Everything Is Turning to Gold

Album: Sucking in the Seventies (1981)
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  • I don't care if your love grows cold
    Found love in someone else's home
    Don't like standin' in the snow

    Everything's turning to gold
    Everything's turning to gold
    Everything's turning to gold

    You used to know me long ago
    Was so lost and way down low.
    Now that the love juice starts to flow,
    Now that the love juice starts to flow,
    Everything's turning to gold
    Everything's turning to gold

    Everything's turning, everything's turning
    Everything's turning, everything's turning to gold

    I'm tired, I'm tired of doing what I'm told.
    Things are moving way too slow.
    I got no problems, I got no problems, child.
    It ain't my business, it ain't my business, ain't my style.
    Now that the love juice starts to flow,
    Now that the love juice starts to flow. Writer/s: KEITH RICHARDS, MICK JAGGER, RONALD DAVID WOOD
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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