What’s Victoria’s Secret?

Next Show  -   Rushmore Plaza Civic Theatre
DAYS HOURS MINUTE SECOND



(Rick Springfield/Matt Bissonette)

Tell me her name, cause I really want to see her
And tell me her game, cause I need an exit strategy
Ah, what a tragedy

But I know she’s not what’s best for me
And I know she’ll cause me harm
And I know she’d rather fly away
To someone else’s arms

Oh it’s true the world wants a mystery
But I need to know one thing….

What’s Victoria’s Secret
Tell me if the clothes she wears will expose
All of my weakness
Woman I just can’t let go til I know
Victoria’s Secret
Whispering her love song in my ear
Victoria’s Secret
Will haunt me today
Do I really need to know her name

Show me that face
Is it really what it claims to be
Show me that brain
Is it really based in fantasy
Oh it’s Vanity
Yeah she seems to get the best of me
Of what little there is left
And it seems that she’s controlling me
Like a robot in a trance

And it’s true we don’t learn from history
But I gotta know one thing

What’s Victoria’s Secret
Tell me if the skin she bares will expose
All of my weakness
Woman I just can’t let go til I know
Victoria’s Secret
Whispering a love song in my ear
Victoria’s Secret
Will haunt me today
Do I really need to know her…..

Will I find, peace of mind
In a photograph of holidays
That little girl from yesterday

What was that name
Did I ever really know her
What’s Victoria’s Secret
Tell me if the clothes she wears
Will expose all of my weakness
Woman I just can’t let go til I know
Victoria’s Secret

Whispering a love song in my ear
Victoria’s Secret
Will haunt me today
Did I ever really know her
Secret
Will haunt me today
Will you ever really know her
Secret
Will haunt me today
Can we ever really know her name

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