"Hero Zero" as written by Jason D. Halbert, Otto Montgomery Price Jr., Mark L. Townsend and Richard D. May....
My Hero, Zero
You're such a funny little Hero
But until you came along, we counted on our fingers and toes!
Now you're here to stay, but nobody really knows
How wonderful you are,
Why, you could never reach a star
Without you, Zero, my Hero, how wonderful you are
How wonderful you are
Ya place a Zero after one, and ya got yourself a ten
(see how important that is!)
When ya run out of digits, you can start all over again
(see how convenient that is!)
That's why with only ten digits, including Zero
You can count as high as you could ever go
Forever, to what's infinity
No one ever gets there, but you could try!
With ten billion Zero's
From the Cavemen to the Heroes
Who invented you,
They counted on their fingers and toes
(And maybe some sticks and stones, rocks and bones, and neighbor's
Toes!)
But nobody really knows
How wonderful you are,
Why you could never reach a star
Without you, Zero, my Hero, how wonderful you are
How wonderful you are
If ya place a Zero after any number, that number goes by ten
(see how easy that is!)
If ya place two Zero's after any number, and that number goes by a
Hundred
(see how simple that is!)
With church, maybe you place six Zero's after a number,
And I guess you're goin' flat on the floor!
Etcetera, etcetera, add infinitum,
Add astra, forever,
And ever, with Zero, My Hero,
How wonderful you are!



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"Hero Zero" as written by Mark L. Townsend Jason D. Halbert

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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