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Goldmine Lyrics By White Lies Songs Album: Big TV Year: 2013 To the heat of a foreign sun Warm my love safe in your arms And the choirs of the air and sea

White Lies - Goldmine
White Lies - Goldmine


White Lies - Goldmine Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

Album: Big TV
Released: 2013

Goldmine Lyrics


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: Peermusic Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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Goldmine
  • Big TV is a concept album about a girl who's in a relationship with a guy in an unidentified provincial European area who moves to a much bigger, more glamorous city, This song finds the girl reunited with her boyfriend, but for how long? Bassist and lyricist Charles Cave explained to NME: "Even though she's back, he doesn't consider her to be back for good. She's got an itch built in to her – she'll always be digging for gold."
  • This was the last song that White Lies wrote for Big TV. Vocalist Harry McVeigh told Artist Direct : "It came together from parts of other tracks, but it was quite a spontaneous moment in the studio with a couple of days left. It came out of us playing in the room together with a melody in mind. That was it."
  • McVeigh expanded on the song's meaning to Artist Direct: "The basic narrative of the record is about a girl who leaves her hometown. It's implied it's somewhere in Europe, perhaps Eastern Europe. She moves to a big city, and it's implied the big city is in the States. She leaves her hometown thinking she's going to make this great new modern life for herself. Actually, it turns out that doesn't happen, and she moves back home. It's about her digging in the 'Goldmine,' trying to live the dream, and earn money. It's not working out though. She leaves a guy back at home, and it's also his view as well. That's my interpretation."

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