Don't believe in Rambo or Van Damme or Seagal
But I believe in Buford P.; I believe in "Walking Tall"
What ever happened to the Ambushers and the Wrecking Crew?
Where is the Mean Machine, Bruce Lee, and David Carradine?
I know I've said it all before, but I want more
The Mighty Heroes

Do you believe in Freddy Kruger 'cause he takes so many lives?
Well, I believe in showmanship; I believe in Doctor Phibes
Why do you waste your time on "Halloween Part XXIX"?
And what more could you want than "Planet Earth" and Dylan Hunt?
I know I've said it all before, but I want more
The Mighty Heroes

Though I walk through the Valley of Death, I fear no evil
For I believe in Billy Jack; I believe in Evel Knievel

Don't believe if Rambo or Van Damme or Seagal
But I believe in Jonathan E.; I believe in "Rollerball"
I know I've said it all before, but I want more
The Mighty Heroes

Take back your Sly Stallones, and I'll take Cleopatra Jones
I found the world ain't how it looks, and I learned it all from comic books
I know I've said it all before, but I want more
The Mighty Heroes


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