Gold

Album: The Midsummer Station (2012)
  • Stand on up and take a bow
    There is something there and it's showing
    There is no need to look around you're the best we got going

    Shout out to the dreams you'll chase
    Shout out to the hearts you'll break
    Nothing is gonna stop you now
    I guess you better be going
    You'll never be far, I'm keeping you near, inside of my heart, you're here
    Go on, It's got to be time, you're starting to shine cause what you've got is gold

    I know you're gold
    Oh, I know I know

    I don't even need stars in the night
    I found my treasure
    All I need is you by my side
    So shine forever
    Gold, I know you're gold
    Oh I know you're gold

    It won't take you long to get when you feel like your soaring
    So write it all and don't forget, you gotta tell us your story
    Shout out to the friends back home
    Shout out to the hearts you've known
    You gave them nothing but the best
    Yeah, and you can tell them your story
    You never be far
    I'm keeping you near
    Inside of my heart you're here oh
    It's got to be time, your starting to shine cause what you have got is gold

    I know you're gold
    Oh, I know I know
    I don't need stars in the night
    I have found my treasure
    All I need is you by my side
    So shine forever

    Gold I know you're gold
    Oh, I know your gold

    'Cause what you have got is gold
    I know you're gold
    Oh I know I know
    I don't even need stars in the night
    I found my treasure
    All I need is you by my side
    So shine forever

    Gold, I know you're gold
    Oh I know you're gold
    You're gold
    You're gold Writer/s: JOSHUA CROSBY, NATE COMPANY, EMILY WRIGHT
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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