Nineteen and naive,
No boy could ever, ever hurt me....
It takes a man to do that
And I was calling him back....
You told me you thought I was pretty,
The brightest light in the city
Said forever we'd be
Well, you sure fooled me

Whoa-oh
Secrets, secrets are no fun
Whoa-oh
Secrets, secrets hurt someone

Wanted 'til I, I fell six foot deep
'Til I found out you were married to a girl who wasn't me
(Oh, whoa-oh)
You say you're so ashamed
You say forget my name
Take this with you to your grave

Your grave

Late nights followed by no calls
Making sense of it all
While my name in your phone
It was saved as unknown
Your lies finally add up,
Her necklace and her makeup
It was her perfume
Sitting there in your room

Whoa-oh
Secrets, secrets are no fun
Whoa-oh
Secrets, secrets hurt someone

Wanted 'til I, I fell six foot deep
'Til I found out you were married to a girl who wasn't me
(Oh, whoa-oh)
You say you're so ashamed
You say forget my name
Take this with you to your grave

You don't know me very well
If you think I won't tell
Ha, not a chance in hell

Oh, oh, no, no
Oh, oh, no, no

Wanted 'til I, I fell six foot deep
'Til I found out you were married to a girl who wasn't me
(Oh, whoa-oh)
You say you're so ashamed
You say forget my name
Take this with you to your grave


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