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Song Parodies -> "Secret Love"

Original Song Title:

"Secret Love"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Doris Day

Parody Song Title:

"Secret Love"

Parody Written by:

Jack Cherrix

The Lyrics

My music hobby is performing old songs (mainly 30’s through 70’s). I write funny parodies for some of them. I change the song’s serious theme to something funny but retain original lyrics and rhyme as much as possible. This one got started by changing the song theme from "love that lived within the heart of me" to "love she said was free".
Once I had a secret love
And she said it was for free
When I asked the girl how come
She said Sealy mattress sponsors me

We always met in dim-lit bars
Like secret lovers always do
I’d always use a rented car
To make sure there were no clues

I did not shout it from the highest hills
Never told the golden daffodils
But we appeared on channel four
Now my secret love’s no secret any more

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