Got a picture of your house and you're standing by the door It's black and white and faded and it's looking pretty worn I see the factory that I worked silhouetted in the back The memories are gray but, man, they're really coming back I don't need to be the king of the world As long as I'm the hero of this little girl
Heaven isn't too far away Closer to it every day No matter what your friends might say, we will find our way
How I love the way you move and the sparkle in your eyes There's a color deep inside them like a blue suburban sky When I come home late at night and you're in bed asleep I wrap my arms around you so I can feel you breath I don't need to a superman As long as you will always be my biggest fan
Heaven isn't too far away Closer to it every day No matter what your friends might say We'll find our way yeah
Now the lights are going out, along the boulevard Memories come rushing back and it makes it pretty hard I've got nowhere left to go, no one really cares I don't know what to do but I'm never giving up on you
Heaven isn't too far away Closer to it every day No matter what your friends might say, yeah
Find our way Heaven, far away Heaven, far away Heaven, isn't too far away Is not far away Is not too far way Is not too far way Is not too far
Writer/s: Eric Turner, Jani Lane, Jerry Dixon, Joseph Cagle, Steven Chamberlin
Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Iricom US Ltd
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Dan Gillespy. from Courtenay Bc.A very nice beautiful power ballad that would be good for a slow dance.
Alex from ArizonaIt’s clearly about a guy singing to a girl about their daughter. “As long as I’m the hero of this little girl”.
Tj from SacramentoToo bad Jani actually ripped off that song from another singer/band back in the day when they had rehearsal space in the same place. Do the research on the lawsuit. Warrant settled, and got to keep the publishing rights in the end.
Dorothy Margaris from NyWhat happened to clothes from heaven video? All those great jackets with their names on them?
"Abracadabra" was inspired by Diana Ross and The Supremes. Steve Miller first met the girl group when they performed together on NBC's Hullabaloo in 1966, and he wrote the lyrics after spotting Diana Ross skiing in the mountains years later.