Goldmine

  • To the heat of a foreign sun
    Warm my love safe in your arms
    And the choirs of the air and sea
    Spend your love to sail home to me

    I saw her blue eyes candid in the headlight, she's got a new style
    I saw her white smile digging in the goldmine, for a new life

    This killing time is going to bruise forever
    So turn it back - better late than never
    I saw her white smile digging in the goldmine
    Girl you look tired, even love, is it even ever?

    I go out and you wear it all
    To see that life goes on, if I'm there or not
    I throw alms, at hands on the street
    Hoping when your guilt builds up, I'll find you at my feet

    I saw her blue eyes candid in the headlight, she's got a new style
    I saw her white smile digging in the goldmine, for a new life

    This killing time is going to bruise forever
    So turn it back, better late than never
    I saw her white smile digging in the goldmine
    Girl you look tired
    Even love
    Is it even ever?
    Even love
    Even love

    I saw her white smile digging in the goldmine
    Girl you look tired
    Even love
    Even love
    Even love
    I saw her white smile digging in the goldmine
    Girl you look tired Writer/s: HARRY MCVEIGH, CHARLES CAVE, JACK BROWN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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