Gold

Album: Low Kii Savage (2015)
Charted: 48 13
  • Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me

    Gold up in my, gold up in my teeth
    (Gold up, gold up in my teeth)
    Don't care what you say to me, I'mma bite your feelings out (Gold up in my teeth)
    I missed you in the basement
    (Gold up in my teeth)
    But your brother was a good substitute for you

    And if you love me, love me, but you never let me go
    When the roof was on fire, you never let me know
    Say you're sorry, honey, but you never really show
    And I could leave the party without ever letting you know
    Without ever letting you know

    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me
    Without ever letting you know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me
    Without ever letting you know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me
    Without ever letting you know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Without ever letting you know

    Zillion dollar smile
    Smellin' kinda loud, eyes are like Chinatown
    I'm a muddy cup savage, moneybag addict
    Such a pill popper, did you know they had daddies?
    Caught up in my magic, caught up in my karats
    We could make love like rabbits, hol' up
    All white gold mouth, dog, roof, roof
    On fire, watch the whole house fall, hol' up
    Tunechi on the remix, me and Kiiara, she lit
    That "Caught up in my teeth" shit, that Tunechi and Kii Kii shit
    If yellow was gold, we'd follow the yellow brick road
    I'm lettin' 'em go without ever lettin' you know

    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know (Mula)
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me
    Without ever letting you know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me
    Without ever letting you know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me
    Without ever letting you know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Without ever letting you know

    Gold up in my, gold up in my teeth
    (Gold up, gold up in my teeth)
    Taste like money when I speak
    (Gold up, gold up in my teeth)
    And I missed you in the basement
    (Yeah, gold up in my teeth)
    Bodies on the pavement (Oh)

    And if you love me, love me, but you never let me go
    And the roof was on fire, you never let me know
    Say you're sorry honey, but you never really show
    And I could leave the party without ever letting you know
    Without ever letting you know

    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me
    Without ever letting you know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me
    Without ever letting you know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me
    Without ever letting you know
    Roof was fallin', let me, love me, fallin', I just know
    Without ever letting you know Writer/s: Felix Snow, David Singer Vine, Kiara Saulters
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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