"Hang in There Superman" as written by and Roger F./ketchum Cook....
Heard you was in trouble and hurtin' awful bad
Facing the biggest challenges that you have ever had
For peace and truth and justice we've struggled every day
Speeding to our rescue faster than a train

You know you were my hero when I was just a kid
I used to dream of doing every single thing you did
Jumping off of buildings, flying like a bird
While potentates and presidents are hung on every word
May I speak for everybody when I say

Hang in there Superman
You always came out fighting at the bell
Hang in there Superman
One billion grown-up children wish you well

Metropolis is calling and London needs your help
Paris, France and Budapest can't do it for themselves
Forgive the imposition, now I know you've got it rough
This old world still needs you, boy so hang on in there tough
May I speak for everybody when I say

Hang in there Superman
You always came out fighting at the bell
Hang in there Superman
One billion grown-up children wish you well

Hang in there Superman
You always came out fighting at the bell
Hang in there Superman
One billion grown-up children wish you well
One billion grown-up children wish you well

Superman, hang in there
Superman


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"Hang in There Superman" as written by Hal Ketchum Roger F. Cook

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