Are you up there?
Just give me a signal I'm reaching you now
'Cuz I remember the sound of your voice
But I don't remember what we talked about
It doesn't matter; that's a waste of time
So take off your rings and lipstick for me

I swear that I can hear you
In the wind
You're singing to me
And dancing in the holes outside again
I'm always listening

Send me up into space on this rocket adventure
Looking for lights above the atmosphere
Gold medal ribbon till we die up here
It's self-sabotage, suffocation, the stale taste of blood

I swear that I can hear you
In the wind
You're singing to me
And dancing in the holes outside again
I'm always listening

I'll teach you to love, oh
I'll teach you to love, oh
Again

I swear that I can hear you
In the wind
You're singing to me
And dancing in the holes outside again
I'm always listening
I'm always listening

(I swear, I swear, I swear, oh)


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Gold Medal Ribbon song meanings
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    General CommentI think this song is about a boy talking to the girl who already died. Or he's just praying
    redjumpsuitapparatusloveron May 16, 2016   Link
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    General CommentOn Pierce The Veil's website, Vic says that this songs about the first person he said "I love you" too and how she died of Alcohol.
    iAmReprisalon May 24, 2016   Link
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    General Comment“It was about a friend that passed away. She was my first girlfriend. She passed during the making of this record. It was hard because she was the first person I ever fell in love with and said those words to. It’s a song for her, letting her know I still think about her. ‘Gold Medal Ribbon’ was her favorite ice cream flavor. We used to go get ice cream together all of the time in high school.”
    ~Vic
    kwikstormon April 10, 2017   Link

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