Manchester Orchestra – The Gold Lyrics

The Gold by Manchester Orchestra
Album : A Black Mile to the Surface
Released : 2017
Genre : Alternative Rock

Couldn’t really love you any more
You’ve become my ceiling
I don’t think I love you anymore
That gold mine changed you
You don’t have to hold me anymore
Our cave’s collapsing
I don’t wanna be me anymore
My old man told me

“You don’t open your eyes for a while
You just breathe that moment down.”
Forty miles out of East Illinois from my old man’s heart attack

I believed you were crazy
You believed you loved me

I don’t wanna bark here anymore
Black hills, the colly
Wasn’t really dangerous for us
We just catch you coughing
What the hell are we gonna do?
A black mile to the surface
I don’t wanna be here anymore
It all tastes like poison

Can’t open your eyes for a while
You just breathe that moment down
Forty hours out of Homestake
And I’m trying to translate you again

I believed you were crazy
You believed you loved me
You and me, we’re a daydream
So lose your faith in me

Can’t open your eyes for a while
You just breathe that moment down
You can’t open your eyes for a while
You just breathe

I believed you were crazy
You believed you loved me
You and me, we’re a daydream
So lose your faith in me
Lose your faith in me
Oh, lose your faith in me

● Manchester Orchestra – A Black Mile to the Surface (Album Tracklist)
01 The Maze
02 The Gold
03 The Moth
04 Lead, SD
05 The Alien
06 The Sunshine
07 The Grocery
08 The Wolf
09 The Mistake
10 The Parts
11 The Silence

○ Listen to “Manchester Orchestra” Songs

● “Virgin ”

[ Quotable ]
I’m gone
You tried to emphasize and side with both your ghosts
In time I swore I’d take the straight and narrow path but still won’t
I hold his ear I’m only trying to do my job tonight
Kiss him on top his lips and crucify the fire

● “I Can Feel a Hot One ”

[ Quotable ]
I remember head down after you had found out
Manna is a hell of a drug
I need a little more I think
Because enough is never quite enough
What’s enough?

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