"Heroes" as written by and David/eno Bowie....
One time my father said to me
When you grow up, you be the best man you can be
When I look back on how fucked up my life has gone
He said, Well son that's the thing that will make you strong

[Bridge:]
I never said that I knew what was right or wrong
Because all my heroes are long gone

[Chorus:]
There's no heroes any more
One time, One cry
No heroes, No more
All of this time I had been wrong
I see a man there on TV
With lots of fame, lots of pride, lots of money
He probably hates his wife He probably beats his kids
He'll never have respect for all the things he did

[Repeat Bridge:]

[Repeat Chorus:]

I never said that I knew what was right or wrong
Because all my heroes are long gone
And no one ever told me just what I should be
All I ever had was me


Lyrics submitted by The Exile

"Heroes" as written by David Bowie Brian Peter George Eno

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, TINTORETTO MUSIC

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