Platinum

Album: Platinum (2014)
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  • My disposition permeates
    The room when I walk in the place
    I'm sorry!
    By calculation I'm way too much
    Pretentiously I bitch a buck
    But you bought it!
    I can't exceed my reputation
    A small town girl with compensation
    Explorin' all my possibilities
    Well don't you know I'll blaze a trail
    But hell
    You can come with me

    What doesn't kill you
    Only makes you blonder
    My heels and my hotel
    They just got taller
    Somethin' bout platinum irrefutably
    Looks as good on records
    As it does on me

    Historically real men prefer
    The Marilyns with curls and curves
    and I've got it!
    Genetically or chemically
    As long as it contains some bleach
    I want it!

    You don't need to be a fighter
    Honey, just go one shade lighter
    You'll acquire everything you want
    When your roots grow out
    And things go South
    Hey, go back to the salon!

    What doesn't kill you
    Only makes you blonder
    My heels and my hotel
    They just got taller
    Somethin' bout platinum irrefutably
    Looks as good on records as it does on me

    Hey! What doesn't kill you
    Only makes you blonder
    In fact, my heels and my hotel
    They just got taller
    Somethin' bout platinum irrefutably
    Looks as good on records as it does on me

    Somethin' bout platinum irrefutably
    Looks as good on records as it does on me

    Platinum
    Platinum
    Somethin' bout platinum Writer/s: MIRANDA LAMBERT, NATALIE HEMBY, NICOLLE GALYON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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