Heroes

Album: Forever (2014)
Charted: 6 31
  • We go hide away in daylight
    We go undercover, wait out the sun
    Got a secret side in plain sight
    Where the streets are empty
    That's where we run

    Everyday people do
    Everyday things but I
    Can't be one of them
    I know you hear me now
    We are a different kind
    We can do anything

    We could be heroes
    We could be heroes
    Me and you
    We could be heroes
    We could be heroes
    Me and you
    We could be

    Anybody's got the power
    They don't see it
    'Cause they don't understand
    Spin around and run for hours
    You and me, we got the world in our hands

    Everyday people do
    Everyday things but I
    Can't be one of them
    I know you hear me now
    We are a different kind
    We can do anything

    We could be heroes
    We could be heroes
    Me and you
    We could be heroes
    We could be heroes
    Me and you
    We could be

    We could be heroes
    We could be heroes
    Me and you
    We could be

    All we're looking for is love and a little light
    Love and a little light
    (We could be)
    All we're looking for is love and a little light
    Love and a little light

    We could be heroes
    We could be heroes
    Me and you
    We could be Writer/s: BRIAN PETER GEORGE ENO, ALESSANDRO RODOLFO LINDBLAD, TOVE EBBA ELSA NILSSON, DAVID BOWIE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, TINTORETTO MUSIC
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