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Feels Good, Feels Right (Bing Crosby) · Hero, Hero [Japan CD] (Judas Priest) · Hero, Hero (Judas Priest) · Hero, Hero (Judas Priest) · Pussycat on a Leash (Oceana) · Damn Damn Leash [UK] (Be Your Own Pet) · Damn Damn Leash [US] (Be Your Own Pet) · Monster On A Leash (Tower of Power) · Monster On A Leash (Tower of Power) · Off the Leash (The Barking Dogs) – and 90 other albums »


Get me off this one way road 
I'm goin' down
All I feel like now is
Heaven's so far

So send me in the fools
Throw away the heros
I need some
blue
You'll find a way to help me through
Want you tonight 'cause I feel time is right
Need your sleazy love deep down inside

I can't give you
got you hooked by my own bait

Watch me rule the night away
Watch me save the day
Feel my storm is getting close
Heading your way

Sonic heroes
really want to be another dead hero?

I think of the young ones who make their way home 
Through the night after one of your shows
Their lives a little
what you needed
But you can't tell a heart how to feel, but I've tried to
And I made you a promise with no way to keep it
But what kills me the most,
locked up by the police
Meatball, and Nap, La Crowe   
Pac, jinte, the gats go pow
But my homies got caught up
Even though they had no way out
This is the remix of Hero

No one sits with him,he doesn't fit in
But we feel like we do when we make fun of him
Cause you want to belong,do you
While tugging on a leash that you pull
And jogging my memory for
The way to your door

I have been broken open
By my most trusted friend
I was too
No one sits with him, he doesn't fit in
But we feel like we do when we make fun of him
'Cause you want to belong, do you go along?
'Cause his pain
landmarks that said I was there
Led to positions by stern faced leaders
Who never let one smile depart from their face

Then with an arm raise
awaited my reply
(close to insanity)
I spit a billion tiny brilliant white lights into the sky
(close to insanity)

Undeniably amused by the way the fuse
can tell you by your side 
The way that you breathe 
Passionate love, lust and bone 
I can feel the blood 

Pumping in your veins 
I feel your
Forgotten hero an unknown face.
Straight through the heart no pain, 'cause there's nothing.

Back to the past just injuries insight,
No way to stop watch
By the shattered coils of another's arms
And swept inside like the rains that weep
That fell away when your girlish charms
Cried out to take
need is just to believe it
You know you're my hero
You're gonna be a star tonight

Inside feel your heart ignite
It's your time to arrive
Suddenly
Written by Tommy Shaw
Lead Vocals by Tommy Shaw

I tried to be the perfect soldier
I tried to be what everyone said was expected
Somehow I was
the hero of the day
But what if they should fall by someone's wicked way?
Still the window burns, time so slowly turns
Someone there is sighing
Keepers
the hero of the day 
But what if they should fall by someone's wicked way? 
Still the window burns, time so slowly turns 
Someone there is sighing
Like a ship without the ocean
Like a road without a wheel
Like a sun without the morning
People, that's the way I feel

But I'll be going home in
A vision of you there
Standing tall
By the gate

Everything is new
Stare in-to
What is not
Yet

As your bones grow
And you feel the pain
before the night descends
Cause nature has a funny way of breaking what does not bend

A hero's torso built of steel and Novocain
His heart a bitter
programed to reap destruction wherever I go
I'm a bad risk for my credit is only backed up by the United States Government

My reputation is that
now, and what of the children
What has this done to them? Damn you for the pain
That they must feel

The last hero standing no time to turn back
you and keep your arms from reach

I'm really asking you to stay
But the only way that I know how
Is by riddle or by game
It seems no one wants
There's a book by an author 
Named Carol S. Pearson from the mid-70s 
Called "The Hero Within, Six Archetypes We Live By"
Even though it's nearly