LACEE TURNER


Everyday Heroes Lyrics

[1] Last night in a neighborhood diner…..
A weathered old man raised his glass…
And he shouted out loud…
To the rest of the crowd….
Here’s a toast to the great working class….

[2] Here’s one for all of the firemen…
Whose lives are on the line everyday…
With a hand from above…
And a heart full of love….
Never wanting a thing in return….

[CHO:] HERE’S TO THE EVERYDAY HERO
THOUGH NO ONE MAY KNOW THEM BY NAME….
THEY DON’T HAVE THE GLORY…
THEY DON’T HAVE THE FAME
BUT THEY’RE HEROES JUST THE SAME
EVERYDAY HEROES….

[Bridge:] Some say heroes…ain’t what they used to be…
The greatest heroes…are people like you and me…

[3] Here’s one for all of the people
That work for a living each day…
The builders and teachers…
And all the great people…
Who love the American way…

[CHO:] HERE’S TO THE EVERYDAY HERO
THOUGH NO ONE MAY KNOW THEM BY NAME….
THEY DON’T HAVE THE GLORY…
THEY DON’T HAVE THE FAME
BUT THEY’RE HEROES JUST THE SAME
EVERYDAY HEROES….

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