"Secret Heart" as written by and Ronald Eldon Sexsmith....
Secret heart
What are you made of
What are you so afraid of
Could it be
Three simple words
Or the fear of being overheard
What's wrong

Let her in on your secret heart

Secret heart
Why so mysterious
Why so sacred
Why so serious
Maybe you're
Just acting tough
Maybe you're just not bad enough
What's wrong

Let her in on your secret heart

This very secret
That you're trying to conceal
Is the very same one
You're dying to reveal
Go tell her how you feel

Secret heart come out and share it
This loneliness, few can bear it
Could it have something to do with
Admitting that you just can't go through it alone

Let her in on your secret heart

This very secret
That you're trying to conceal
Is the very same one
That you're dying to reveal
Go tell her how you feel
This very secret heart

Go out and share it

This very secret heart


Lyrics submitted by softrockstar, edited by anotherguy, cdavis01

"Secret Heart" as written by Ronald Eldon Sexsmith

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    General Commentthis is a cover...feist didnt write it
    bubbles_popon April 03, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commenta cover of Ron Sexsmith
    Birdyon April 17, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commenta cover of Ron Sexsmith
    Birdyon April 17, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentNo it's not, it's the very same song as Ron Sexsmith's
    smallwonderroboton August 26, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentLet's play a game....

    Who wrote these lyrics?

    Secret heart
    What are you made of?
    What are you so afraid of?
    Could it be three simple words
    Or the fear of being overheard?
    What's wrong?
    Let her in on your secret, heart

    Secret Heart
    Why so mysterious?
    Why so sacred, why so serious?
    Maybe you're just acting tough
    Maybe you're just not man enough
    What's wrong?
    Let her in on your secret, heart

    This very secret you're trying to conceal
    Is the very same one you're dying to reveal
    Go tell her how you feel

    Secret Heart
    Come out and share it
    This loneliness, few can bear it
    Could it have something to do with
    Admitting that you just can't go through it alone?
    Let her in on your secret
    Whats wrong?
    Let her in on your secret heart





    the answer is




    RON SEXSMITH!!!!! with lyrics retrieved off of THIS SITE that were posted a LONG TIME AGO!!!!

    its a cover.
    bubbles_popon August 26, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIt says on the c.d. booklet, that the writer is Ron Sexsmith. If you little jerks would just buy the c.d. instead of stealing it, you too could look at the booklet for certainty.

    haha. :p
    saveyourlifeon August 29, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentTHis song is a tresure! The let it die album is amazing and has those great pieces like, Let it Die, Mushaboom and Now at last but for some reason this song grew on me. when she says let 'em in on your secret heart and go tell 'em how you feel I felt as if this song was written for me and about me... that an amazing feeling, I'm sure you know
    indie_poweron February 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI feel like every song Feist sings is written for me or about me... I love it. I can relate to everything she says. The meaning of this song is pretty straight forward I guess. Two people who can't express their feelings to one another, because they're scared of getting hurt. They don't want to make themselves vulnerable.
    LolaStars&Stripeson February 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI'm pretty sure the line is, "This very secret that you're trying to conceal." instead of "Is there a secret" it makes more sense with "is the very same" anyway.
    yuko_sworroon April 22, 2006   Link
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    General Commentactually this song is different than Ron Sexsmiths
    Wafflepantson July 02, 2006   Link

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