• All we want, what we want is
    All we want is gold
    Sun sets on my nylon
    Pull the windows down in the van
    Lost my map on the Jersey turnpike
    But it's okay we ain't looking back

    All we ever want is gold
    One way on this winding road

    We made our mistakes
    It's not too late
    We had to learn the hard way
    Bridges will burn
    Now it's our turn
    We had to learn the hard way
    Because all we ever want is gold
    We made our mistakes
    It's not too late
    We had to learn the hard way

    It's two in the morning
    Can't seem to find the words for a song
    I remember my dreams and how fun they seem
    I can't believe how far we have come
    Cause all we ever want is gold
    So is sixty miles on this open road

    We made our mistakes
    It's not too late
    We had to learn the hard way
    Bridges will burn
    Now it's our turn
    We had to learn the hard way
    Because all we ever want is gold
    We made our mistakes
    It's not too late
    We had to learn the hard way

    Don't lose your faith in me (Don't ever look like, don't ever look like)
    It's never what it seems

    You make your mistakes
    But it's never too late
    We had to learn the hard way
    You made your mistakes
    It's not too late
    You had to learn the hard way
    Bridges will burn
    Now it's your turn
    You had to learn the hard way
    Cause all we ever want is gold
    All we ever want is gold (We had to learn the hard way)
    All we want, what we want is
    All we want is gold
    All we want, what we want is
    All we want is gold Writer/s: EMILY WARREN, JOHN WILLIAM FELDMANN, KELLIN QUINN
    Publisher: RED BULL MEDIA HOUSE NA, INC.
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