For some people, what makes them feel the most loved is to receive a tangible gift. This doesn’t automatically mean that the person is materialistic, but a meaningful present makes them feel appreciated. Getting a gift says “they were thinking about me, look what they got for me.”
Though having this type of love language definitely doesn’t make the person materialistic, the song “Material Girl” by Madonna is a perfect fit. She starts by saying "Some boys kiss me, some boys hug me, I think they're ok" but further explains that "only boys who save their pennies, make my rainy day." The one with the cash is Mr. Right, because he can shower her with gifts galore.
On the other hand, the Kung’s remix of the old classic “This Girl” from Cookin’ on 3 Burners probably didn’t resonate with you at all when it hit the airwaves in 2016. Lyrics say “You’ll never buy my love,” and “These presents don't really come for free, your paychecks don't mean that much to me.” Someone with this love language would be bummed their partner wouldn’t get them something special, even if it was small.