"Going For Gold" as written by Thomas Peter Gladwin, Richard James Witter, Alan Steven Leach and Paul Adrian Banks....
I never said never ever
You took the words right out of my mouth
Is the sea your sunshine have we been told?
The sea is you lifeline
You're going for gold
You took the words right out of my mouth
Time, and time, and time again
I look to me, my only friend
Time, and time, and time again
Are you here for my pleasure
Or are you going for gold?
Are you going for gold?

I never said never ever
You took the shine right out of my smile
Is the moon your night time?
Have you been sold the moon?
Is your lifeline...
You're going for gold
You took the shine right out of my smile

While my mind is blind again
I look to me, my only friend
Time, and time, and time again
Are you here for my pleasure
Or are you going for gold?
Are you going for gold?

Time, and time, and time again
I look to me, my only friend
Time, and time, and time again
Are you going for gold?
Are you going for gold?
Are you going for gold?


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"Going For Gold" as written by Paul Adrian Banks Alan Steven Leach

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    General CommentThis is a tune! Can't believe no-ones commented on this.

    I reckon it's just about a girl who's messing him about, 'You took the shine right out of my smile'

    but he still wants her, 'Are you here for my pleasure'
    Up The Bracketon June 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentUp the bracket I have to agree. He's def on about a girl who he like but he can't be sure if its him shes after or just what he's got...going for gold....money maybe?

    Love this song....love shed seven!
    AmAnAlOnE1984on January 21, 2007   Link

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