"Hercules Theme" as written by and Andrew Butler Nomi Ruiz....
He put up a fight
Showed us his might
Little boy Hercules

He took us down
Pushed us around
Little boy Hercules

He wouldn't give in
And let the ladies win
Little boy Hercules

The strongest man
In all the land
Little boy Hercules


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"Hercules Theme" as written by Nomi Ruiz Andrew Butler

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    General CommentWe took him to town
    Pushed him around
    Little boy Hercules

    I'm pretty sure is how it goes in the second verse.

    I think the song, and probably the whole concept of this project, is that the strongest figure you could think of, Hercules, is just as easily brought down by love. It's a cool idea for a dance album, and that's ultimately what's it's about (dancing), so it's kind of silly to go into too much detail about the "meaning".
    aangeleneon May 21, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI am pretty sure that instead of "little boy," every other verse, they say "lover boy"
    allidoisthison February 08, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationSpot on, aangelene. Definitely, the strongest man in all the land Hercules finds himself facing the ultimate challenge of love. He is strong and triumphant, and this is shown by the music's powerful disco-strutting vibe. The music is triumphant, but Hercules is tempted when the vocals come in, telling the story from the woman's view and her attempts at trying to seduce him. Likely Hercules is already committed to someone already, and tries to resist, but Hercules finds himself more and more conflicted as the tension rises in the music near the end of the track, finally breaking as the song ends.

    Hercules is in a love affair.
    Th3R3dFlyon July 08, 2009   Link
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    General Commentdaaang this song is of the hook
    kidfortoday70on September 02, 2009   Link

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