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Heroes aren't hard to find

Everybody sing with me, this is heroic songwriting: “Heroes”–David Bowie (a.k.a. “Heros” a.k.a. “Helden”) Heroes Are Hard to Find–Fleetwood Mac (song and album) Holding Out for a Hero–Bonnie Tyler My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys–Waylon & Willie Hero–Mariah Carey No More Heroes–Stranglers We Don’t Need Another Hero – Tina Turner Nobody’s Hero – Stiff Little Fingers Hero Takes A Fall – The Bangles Album Nobody’s Heroes – Stiff Little Fingers Yesterday’s Hero — The Bay City Rollers A World Without Heroes – Kiss Heroes and Villains – Beach Boys Time Loves a Hero – Little Feat (song and LP title) Working Class Hero – John Lennon Zero the Hero – Black Sabbath Hero of Zeroes – Dream Evil Album War Heroes – Jimi Hendrix Hero, Hero – Judas Priest Artist Gym Class Heroes Jukebox Hero–Foreigner Billy Don’t Be A Hero–??? Local Hero–Bruce Springsteen Jack’s Heroes – The Pogues w/ The Dubliners hero – david crosby heroes – david and david Hero Blues – Bob Dylan Heroes – The Wallflowers (Bowie cover) Heroes and Friends – Melissa Etheridge Wild West Hero — Electric Light Orchestra Believe It or Not (Theme from “Greatest American Hero”) — Joey Scarbury My Hero, Zero — Schoolhouse Rock Superman — The Clique, also R.E.M. Sunshine Superman — Donovan O’ Superman – Laurie Anderson (Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman – The Kinks Superman – Five For Fighting Spiderman – The Ramones / Aerosmith Superfly – Curtis Mayfield Iron Man – Black Sabbath ALBUM: Local Hero soundtrack — Mark Knopfler Celluloid Heroes – Kinks Too Late the Hero – John Entwistle (song & LP title) Honky Tonk Heroes (Like Me) – Waylon Jennings My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys – Waylon Jennings Heroes and Friends–Randy Travis White Trash Heroes–Archers of Loaf Western Hero–Neil Young Underdog–Sly & The Family Stone Superman–Celi Bee & The Buzzy Bunch Superwoman–Stevie Wonder Jimmy Olsen’s Blues–Spin Doctors Batdance–Prince That’s Really Super, Supergirl–XTC Along Came Jones–The Coasters You Don’t Mess Around With Jim–Jim Croce Sgt. Rock–XTC ALBUM Pocket Full Of Kryptonite–Spin Doctors Batman Theme – Neal Hefti Bungalow Bill – The Beatles (mentions Captain Marvel) Superwoman – Alicia Keys Batdance – Prince album: Jan & Dean Meet Batman – Jan & Dean Batman OST – Prince Superman – Barbra Streisand Holding out for a Hero – Bonnie Tyler Superlungs, My Supergirl–Donovan Wind Beneath My Wings–Bette Midler, et al. My Hero, Zero–Lemonheads (cover of the Schoolhouse Rock classic) Hero–Enrique Iglesias Toussaint L’Ouverture – Santana (TLO was the leader of a slave uprising in Haiti) Man in the Mirror – Michael Jackson artist: Thor’s Hammer (legendary Icelandic 60’s garage-punk band) Teenage Idol–Rick Nelson I’m Going To Be A Teenage Idol–Elton John Hercules–Elton John Tales Of Brave Ulysses–Cream Catch Me Now I’m Falling — The Kinks (lyric “This is Captain America calling …”) Green Arrow — Yo La Tengo Hero and Heroine — Strawbs (song/album) One of Our Submarines — Thomas Dolby Sing for the Submarine — R.E.M. Poor Boy — Split Enz The Bomber — The James Gang Grinder — Judas Priest Hercules – Aaron Neville artist: Hercules & Love Affair The Fireman (Paul McCartney)

GOOGAMOOGA   21.02.2009

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