Album: Smoke And Mirrors (2014)
  • First comes the blessing of all that you've dreamed
    But then comes the curses of diamonds and rings
    Only at first did it have its appeal
    But now you can't tell the false from the real
    Who can you trust?
    (Who can you trust)

    When everything, everything, everything you touch turns to gold, gold, gold
    When everything, everything, everything you touch turns to gold, gold
    (Ooh, gold, woah
    Ooh, gold, woah
    Ooh, gold, woah
    Ooh, gold, woah)

    Statues and empires are all at your hands,
    Water to wine and the finest of sands
    When all that you have's turnin' stale and its cold,
    Oh you'll no longer fear when your heart's turned to gold
    Who can you trust
    (Who can you trust)

    When everything, everything, everything you touch turns to gold, gold, gold
    When everything, everything, everything you touch turns to gold, gold
    (Ooh, gold, woah
    Ooh, gold, woah
    Ooh, gold, woah
    Ooh, gold, woah)

    I'm dying to feel again,
    Oh anything at all,
    But oh I feel nothin', nothin', nothin', nothin' at all

    When everything, everything, everything you touch turns to gold, gold, gold
    When everything, everything, everything you touch turns to gold, gold
    (Ooh, gold, woah
    Ooh, gold, woah
    Ooh, gold, woah
    Ooh, gold, woah) Writer/s: ALEXANDER JUNIOR GRANT, BENJAMIN ARTHUR MCKEE, DANIEL PLATZMAN, DANIEL COULTER REYNOLDS, DANIEL JAMES PLATZMAN, DANIEL WAYNE SERMON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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