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parade
Now look at me I'm yesterday's hero, hero

How their cheers used to sing in my ears
With you walking by my side I was a conquering hero
But no
the goodness of humanity 

As the years went by, we drifted apart
When I heard that she was gone
I felt a shadow cross my heart
But she's nobody's 

Hero
my hero it makes me want to shout
I know you can get there a winner by a mile
When I think about it makes me want to smile
You know where you're
this game
A chance to be somebody who you're gonna recognize my name
A chance to be a hero, a shot at the big time
A chance to be somebody new, a chance
off my back

(The world needs a hero)

Not that I would ever lie but I have no choice
Words I say heard today are not mine, just my voice

NATO is
I have often dreamed of a far off place
Where a hero's welcome would be waiting for me
Where the crowds will cheer when they see my face
And a voice
I have often dreamed of a far off place
Where a hero's welcome would be waiting for me
Where the crowds would cheer, when they see my face
I have often dreamed of a far off place
Where a hero's welcome would be waiting for me
Where the crowds would cheer, when they see my face
I have often dreamed of a far off place
Where a hero's welcome would be waiting for me
Where the crowds would cheer, when they see my face
the one who took away my fear of falling
Only one who see's the sign and know I'm calling
You're the one who took me by the hand, showed me how to fly
found
'Till I found you by my side
Now I never want to let you down

[Chorus]
But sometimes a hero
Seems awfully far from home
But even a hero
your arms tonight

I can be your hero baby
I can kiss away the pain
I will stand by you forever
You can take my breath away

Would you swear that
your arms tonight

I can be your hero baby
I can kiss away the pain
I will stand by you forever
You can take my breath away

Would you swear that
move mountains by yourself 
But still you're my hero 
The strongest person that I found 
Can leap a building in a single bound 
But know you're my
I have often dreamed of a far off place
Where a hero's welcome would be waiting for me
Where the crowds would cheer, when they see my face
hero

I know I may not be invincible 
Or be the world's strongest man
But baby nothing seems impossible 
With you by my side 
I'll hold back
misgivings
When your hero lets you down
He might have a bad night in your town

And so I will not name my heroes
And I'll keep my distance when I can
But
eyes
Juke box hero, he'll come alive tonight

In a town without a name, in a heavy downpour
Thought he passed his own shadow, by the backstage door
that is true sir,
Please don't judge my courage by my twisted leg,
let me show my Uncle Sam what I can do,sir,
let me help to bring the Axis down
that is true sir,
Please don't judge my courage by my twisted leg,
let me show my Uncle Sam what I can do,sir,
let me help to bring the Axis down
eyes
Juke box hero, he'll come alive tonight

In a town without a name, in a heavy downpour
Thought he passed his own shadow, by the backstage door
your arms tonight

I can be your hero baby
I can kiss away the pain
I will stand by you forever
You can take my breath away

Would you swear that
in your arms tonight

I can be your hero, baby
I can kiss away the pain
I will stand by you forever
You can take my breath away

Would you swear that
Hello boys
Got directions to the bombshell factory?
And a bowflexing nightmare tendency?
Hesitate
Where's the tape, my retired beauty queen?
By Walter Egan

It was a Sunday night I will never forget,
Driving down the street in my red Camaro,
As I pulled in to the seven eleven,
The locals