"i want to be your hero"
says the guy to the camera
moving stage right
his eyes are the only things alive
and i know who he looks like

so cheers to the ocean
tuesday's always pouring

i heard you're hurt
your heart is under my shirt
we haven't been born yet
two silhouettes
and don't forget cigarettes

a ceiling of sound
is snowing down on
us on the ground
the carols of yesterday
are sharing the chair
taking turns curling up
with what's there

goodbye company
goodbye family
hello halos
for martyrs
like you and me

"i want to be your hero"
says me to the mirror
i hide stare at the ceiling
and smile
i'm glad you're on my side

cheers to the ocean
tuesday's always pouring

a celing of crowns
hangs over the crowd
and brings down the clowns
carry the clouds
that mark off these towns

cheers to the ocean
tuesday's always pouring
the angels share

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    i'd like to know what this song is about and if harrison ford actually plays into it at all. on my radioshow, i played this back-to-back with vermont's 'arrest harrison ford!' cos i think it's weird to see two songs with harrison ford in the title. [it's safe to say that this is the dorkiest comment i've ever written.]

    sarahsavedlatinon April 25, 2003   Link
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    Harrison Ford is a cool actor, which Bob describes in the song. "I wanna be your hero" "cigarettes" stuff like that.

    mschwabon December 17, 2008   Link

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