AMERICAN DIARY


We Could Be Heroes Lyrics

Another state won't change your face.
It's a million in one shot, so give it your best shot.
I'm playing along, come play with me.
I can't say what you want to.
Drama helps us get through.
Will you give up?
Or should I start the countdown and shimmy 'til the ball drops?

I'll be right here, I'll be right here.
This poison called fame, and the veins of the insane, says that we could be heroes.

Family heirlooms, dead man's fortune.
Forgive me for leaving.
I'll be sure to send what I don't deserve back home.
What a place, like heaven on paper.
Dad was my hero.
Dinner with the neighbors all fell apart.
With love that I felt the fear, the hell, I feel in...my heart is my home, my heart is my home.

I'll be right here, I'll be right here.
This poison called fame and the veins of the insane, says that we could be heroes.

Without emotion, all we live for is undying trust,
and we lose it in each other as we lose another year.
All we have is each other, all we have is each other.
And we lose it in each other as we lose another year

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