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You were from the North, I was from the South
We were from opposite places, different towns
But I knew it was good and you knew it was too
And so we moved together like a ball and chain
Minds becoming two halves of the same
It was real, but in the shadows it grew
'Cause you've got a secret
Don't you, babe?
I would shout it aloud, broken through
I would?ve given it all to belong to you
But there were different plans and different rules
You said, ?Where I'm from is a lock and key
If you'd be so kind as to follow me
I will show you the way to the rest of my sins?
'Cause you've got a secret
Don't you, babe?
Yeah you, you got a secret
Don't you, babe?
And I should know, oh yeah
Yeah, I should know
So this room was damp where your sins laid
There was that smell in the air of an old place
That hadn't seen much daylight in years
And you threw me down, said, ? If you don't mind
I'm gonna leave you here to night time
Then we can do what we want, my baby, out of the spot light?
'Cause you've got a secret
Don't you, babe?
Yeah you, you got a secret
Don't you, babe?
And I should know, oh
Yeah, I should know
For I am your secret
Aren't I, babe?
Yeah, I am your secret
Aren't I, babe?
Aren't I, babe?
Aren't I, babe, babe?
aren't I
Aren't I, babe?



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