Hero Lyrics

Lucky Dube

Lucky Dube - Hero Lyrics


Do you see the smiles on their faces
after you have done what you do best
do you see satisfaction on their faces
after you have blessed themw ith your gift
you don't think iit's much
but to them it means the world
they wake up in the morning and wish you were there
don't have to lie to gain their trust
you have never won a Nobel prize
they have never seen you on the TV
your little contribution makes their lives a little bit better every day

you're a hero, you're a hero

big it up, big it up
for the fireman
big it up, big it up
for the street cleaners
big it up for the man ad the woman who take care of abandonded children
big it up, big it up
for the grandmothers
who are left to take care of the children
big it up, big it up Wo!

Song & Lyrics Facts

Lucky Dube's "Hero" is a song from his 1989 album, Prisoner. Written by Lucky Dube and produced by Clive Calder, it was released on August 7th of that year.

The track features Lucky Dube's band at the time, which included bassist Sipho Gumede, drummer Steve Kekana, and guitarist David Masondo. The lyrics to this upbeat reggae-influenced tune talk about how heroes can come in all shapes and sizes, and don't have to fit into any mold or stereotype. It talks about how anyone can be a hero if they just believe in themselves and take action. The song has become an anthem for many people around the world, inspiring them to reach their goals and dreams no matter what obstacles may stand in their way.

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