"Secrets Of The Heart" as written by and Noel Francis Quinlan....
Staring out the glass of your tired sedan
Waiting at your door, leaning up against the jamb
Going all the way
make you sing my guitar
It's late and I can't stay
The secrets of the heart
On the study floor with the words in your hands
You pull the hairpin out, now
And down pour the strands
But you were a mistake
You can sing to my guitar
It's late and I can't stay
The secrets of the heart


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"Secrets of the Heart" as written by Noel Francis Quinlan

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    General Commentum, a few corrections :^)

    in the first verse:

    waiting at your door, leaning up against the jam
    we're going all the way
    ...
    it's late and i can't stay
    ...

    in the second verse:

    on the study floor, with the words in your hands
    ...
    but you were on the sink
    ...
    it's late and i can't stay
    ...

    i love this song though. it's so simple, but it's so...indie/lovely/romantic/seductive.

    and i have no idea what the word is in the first verse -- the one that comes before "my guitar" :^)
    TigerJoeyon June 23, 2005   Link

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