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1.) To “Give someone a House of Gold” doesn’t refer to a literal house of gold, but rather the idea of opulence and joy. Caring enough for someone to go through hardship and evils of the world for them, with the ultimate end goal for both individials to be well off or content in the name of love. Based off of “House of Gold” by Twenty One Pilots

2.) A “House of Gold” by itself refers to loneliness, greed, and the general corruption of materialism. Refers more to one’s selfish ways. Based off of “A House of Gold” by Hank Williams.
1.) Me: Mom, I love you

Mom: I love you too

Me: I swear one day, I’ll give you the House of Gold you deserve

2.)Person 1: I want the money, the glitz, glam, and the fame. To live in a manshion and have everyone know my name.

Hank Williams: “...I'd rather be in a deep, dark grave, And know that my poor soul was saved. Than to live in this world in A House of Gold, And deny my God and doom my soul...”
by S4nchez29 May 12, 2019
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