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The Secretary's Song Lyrics

Artist: Sawyer Brown
Album: Shakin'

When those Monday blues
Won't let go of you
Is there some place that you'd rather be?
I'd give anything
To make your phone stop ringin
Pull you into my arms and take you with me

You were made just to be a secretary
You were made for love
You got that somethin' extraordinary
I've been dreamin' of
I thank my lucky stars above
You were made for love

I know you're busy girl
And it's a high tech world
But it's made of more than glass and steel
Deep inside your heart
There's a softer part
With all of those things
You've been waitin' to feel

You were made just to be a secretary
You were made for love
You got that somethin' extraordinary
I've been dreamin' of
I thank my lucky stars above
You were made for love

All those CPA's
With their reserved space
In the parkin' lot
Want their coffee pot
All those 3-piece suits
With their wing-tipped shoes
Walkin' over you
Don't know what they got

Baby you were made just to be a secretary
You were made for love
You got that somethin' extraordinary
I've been dreamin' of
I thank my lucky stars above
Well you were made just to be a secretary
You were made for love
You got that somethin' extraordinary
I've been dreamin' of
Baby you were made just to be a secretary
You were made for love.....
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