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Justin Moore – Heroes lyrics

For thirty years, she's been writing her name
On the chalkboard in a classroom at P. S-Fourteen
It's just social studies, science, and math
But to every single kid in her third grade class
She's a hero

He's got a badge on a billfold in his kitchen drawer
He was just out at college when he joined the force
It's just call of duty, he's just doing his job
But to all his friends and neighbors, he's doing a lot
He's a hero, yeah, a hero

Yeah, they're everyday angels
Here to help us when we need them most
Names and faces we may never know
Heroes, yeah, heroes

Maybe it's a soldier on a foreign coast
A ballet teacher or a little league coach
We've all got 'em, they ain't hard to see
They're the first ones to get there, and the last to leave
Heroes, yeah, heroes

Yeah, they're everyday angels
Here to help us when we need them most
Names and faces we may never know
Heroes, yeah, heroes

Yeah, they're everyday angels
Here to help us when we need them most
Names and faces we may never know
Heroes, yeah, heroes

Everyday heroes
Oh, yeah



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