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The blues hit me deeper than I'd ever known
I knew I'd never be the only one alone

So special, all those heroes
Blind lemon
Ain't no more heroes only refugees. 
Ain't no more refugees only heroes. 
Ain't no more heroes only refugees. 
Ain't no more refugees only heroes
of heroes.
True patriot love,
There was never more.

I served with distinction,
No visions of glory.
I served without question,
Or personal gain.

Seek no
Then she ran you to the next room
You were sat down, there was more food
Granny karaokes, to old tapes, of Sandi Patty
You've been hit by, you've been
And this night will day see no more

The old boys are leaving
Leaving one by one
Where young birds go flying
Spread your wings and run
But over
them frienemy, understand me
We don't have no time for playin' so you know what
Yeah, scream out
Come lay down Salt and Pepa is a team
Mad Lion
Tell me when you see them 
Gathered at the shore 
Dancing on their broken chains 
Ah, the ladies are no more 

In their blue jeans and their
(Words and Music by Joan Baez)

Tell me when you see them
Gathered at the shore
Dancing on their broken chains
Ah, the ladies are no more
In their
go
I'm right beside you
Don't have to look no more
You don't have to look no more, oh no

This is a song, a song for the lonely
And that's not
I just spent an unusual evening
At a banquet that still won't digest
Watching this years high school heroes
Get awarded for what they do best
About your doubts and fears
And what's more no-one ever disappears
You never hear their standard issue kicking in your door
You can relax on both sides
down the street
Where you can speak out loud
About your doubts and fears
And what's more
No-one ever disappears
You never hear their standard issue
No prayers left for heroes,
The dead won't see the ending,
War started by rich men
Won't stop the poor from dying

I'll grant you, your death wish,
one down
We could use a few more cowboys here today
A few more days of reckoning and a lot more hell to pay
Where that debt is owed there ain't no
little then he'd ask for more

In the month of August the boss man told us
No union man for him could work
We stood by Larkin and told the boss man
(Don't give up)
So let it find you
(Just hold on)
Wherever you may go
I'm right beside you

You don't have to look no more
You don't have to look no
riding
When that rough god goes gliding
There'll be nobody hiding
When that rough god goes riding on in
Riding on in

There'll be no more heroes
another tear
So he walked out the door
Grabbed a 4.4 out of his father's dresser drawer
And said I can't take life no more
And like that a life is lost
Standing at the window
Looking at the wall
Looking for a killer
No one there at all
Waiting for a hero
Still no one there
Maybe no more heroes
(By Tracey Bryn & Mike Jones)

Finding out the truth about you
Was finding the moon is made of dust

Oh no, I have seen this mood before
Tension,
Fresh scrubbed baby, momma's kiss on his cheek
Steps off the greyhound with money for a week.
A wild eyed innoncent, he knows no fear
It takes more
And soon cursed by every man on earth
We follow our lust, in no god we trust

Come join us
Leave this world behind and you will find satisfaction
Fight
With my magic it's easy to hide
In those caves full of remains
Of fallen heroes who died by flames

Brave hunter, true swordsman 
Without fear he'll
perfect key
Locked down by the king
Get out of my system with no assistance
We as individuals
Always pitch with pinnacles
It's not rap no more
This that
so apt to wrap themselves up in the stripes and stars 
And find that they are able to call themselves heroes 
And to justify murder by their fighters