"Armchair Hero" as written by Bruce Dickinson and Alex John Dickson....
You wanna talk? You wanna go?
From your armchair things you know
Secret plans, conspiracy
Little people all around

You curse love, you curse hate
You curse your life, you curse your fate
Whatever you can be
If only you could learn, if only you could learn

Narrow vision, that’s the way
It finally helps you through the day
Too many reasons to believe
No time to understand

The clock is ticking like a bomb
Subversive things ain't going on
You're only seventeen
If only you could learn, if only you could learn
If only, if only, if only, if only, if only you could learn

Victim gravel on your knees
Victim of your own disease
Make my day, why don’t ya?
From your armchair, you’re a hero

If only you could learn, if only you could learn
If only, if only, if only, if only, if only you could learn

Victim gravel on your knees
Victim of your own disease
Make my day, why don’t ya?
From your armchair, you’re a hero

Screaming beauty, suicide
So cynical, you never tried
To understand the reasons
From your armchair you’re a hero

If only you could learn, if only you could learn
If only you could learn
If only, if only, if only, if only, if only you could learn




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"Armchair Hero" as written by Bruce Dickinson, Alex John Dickson

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