"Goldmine" as written by Kimbra Johnson and Fraser Smith....
I take a pill or two
To make me nice for you
Buzz me at 3 am
You feel inflicted, dirty
Its not called making out
If you are over thirty
She got the goldmine
I got the shaft
I'm 747
She's anti-aircraft
She makes me insecure
But that should make her fear me more
She got the goldmine
But I'm fine
I am a waste of time
December valentine
She is a rich bitch
She calls me "macho man"
She speak in tiny words
But I don't understand
She got the goldmine
I got the shaft
She Thomas Jefferson
I'm William Howard taft
She makes me insecure
But that should make her fear me more
She got the goldmine
But I'm fine
(she got my headlights in her eyes)
She got the goldmine
I got the shaft
She is the Nobel Prize
I am a rough draft
He makes me insecure
But that should make her fear me more
She got the goldmine
But I'm fine
She got the goldmine
I got the shaft
I'm 747
She's antiaircraft
She makes me insecure
But that should make her fear me more
She got the goldmine
But I'm fine
She got the goldmine
She got the goldmine


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"Goldmine" as written by Blake G Smith

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    General CommentThose lyrics could be wrong. Not sure if it is fear or feel me more. Can anyone clarify? And I'm not sure about the "You feel inflicted, dirty" line in the first verse.

    Nevertheless, here is the meaning of the song....
    "Goldmine" ("She got the goldmine/I got the shaft/She's Thomas Jefferson/I'm William Howard Taft") is a bitter breakup song with the bonus of being downright hilarious. Says Blake Smith (lead singer), "I think we're the first band to ever drop William Howard Taft in a song. 'Cause if you can educate the kids about U.S. history while rocking them . . . There's a lot you can learn from Caviar songs."
    darianesson August 16, 2002   Link

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