"Am I the One" as written by and Ellington Jordan Billy Foster....
Here comes another storm, seems like it's always raining
Mostly in my head under the sheets
It's where I'm always hiding from my best intentions
Guess God has got me sowing what I reap

And oh dear God I almost had it
Shining on my heart
And oh dear God I almost taste it
Crying in the dark

But I'm not a hero
I'm no superwoman
I got my problems
Coming and going
I look like my mother
But I hurt like my father
I am so thirsty
But I won't drink the water
I'm not a hero

Even now when I look back on all those demons
That I swore that I would never be
I can't help but hang my head and beg for silence
I'd scream but they'd scream louder back at me

And oh dear God I thought I heard it
Playing on your voice
And if dear God I'm fit to make it
Do I still have a choice?

'Cause I'm not a hero
I'm only human
I got my problems
Coming and going
I look like my mother
But I hurt like my father
I am so thirsty
But I won't drink the water
I'm not a hero

There I am going crazy
I'm going crazy again
There I go

There I am going crazy
I'm going crazy again
There I go
There I go

I'm not a hero
I'm no superwoman
I got so many problems
But who am I fooling?
I look like my mother
But I hurt like my father
I scream from the rafters
I'm still what's the matter

I need a hero
I need a hero
I need a hero
I need a hero

But I was almost
I was almost
I was almost there
For you
For you
For you


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"I Need a Hero" as written by Beth Hart

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