What if I were to tell you a secret
Could you be trusted to forever keep it?
Could your discretion be counted upon
Would you sit and listen for however long.
Will you be tempted to unburden all
Keep my sins stored poised to recall.
I think I can trust you, I hope I’m correct
I know you are like me, a fact I accept.
I require due solace, an unbiased ear
A private confessor, one I don’t fear.
Someone to share with, could that be you
You’ll be the one, to see it through?
Can you keep my secrets, however bleak
Sit back, listen, please do not speak.