"Good as Gold" as written by Tiga James Sontag, David Dewaele and Stephen Dewaele....
Tiala Tiala,
My baby, don't rush me
I know it's coming, but lets not go crazy
You've got your reasons
And reasons I know
You'll never be alone

Tiala Tiala
My baby, don't rush me
I know it's coming, but lets not go crazy
You've got your reasons
And reasons I know
You'll never be alone

On the dance floor, the dance floor
You're locked in my sights
You hide in the crowd
And get lost in the lights
Now these feelings I'm feeling
They cut to the bone
Tiala, Tiala,
You're good as gold

And now I know who's in control (x 8)

And now I know who's in control (x 8)

On the dance floor, the dance floor
You're locked in my sights
You hide in the crowd
And get lost in the lights
Now these feelings I'm feeling
They cut to the bone
Tiala, Tiala,
You're good as gold

And now I know who's in control (x 11)


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    General CommentIn the answering machine message hidden at the end of the album, Tiga's mom mentions someone named Tiala in a manner which seems to imply that she was someone close to him, possibly his girlfriend. Regardless, this was probably written as a tribute to her.
    Champinesson November 01, 2010   Link

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