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Meetings With Remarkable Men (Show Me The Hero)

This song is by Harvey Danger and appears on the album King James Version (2000).

I had a lovely brunch with Jesus Christ.
He said, "two words about inanity: fundamental Christianity," yeah.
The food was very nice.
But then He had to go and die for my sins and stick my ass with the check.

"Show me a hero and I'll write you a tragedy,"
(go near an open window and that'll be the end of me).

I bowed before the avatar.
He said, "the problem's clear to me: you never got over Morrissey," yeah.
I said "well, right you are!"
"It's so much harder to be underfed than under-understood," he said.

"Show me a hero and I'll write you a tragedy,"
(go near an open window and that'll be the end of me).

I went to see KIP WINGER!
He said, "in my day we knew how to party; bands today, c'mon, not hardly."
He had a back-up singer (doo doo doo doo).
He said, "the metal scene is a disgrace, but I ain't got no dog in that race!"

"Show me a hero and I'll write you a tragedy,"
(go near an open window and that'll be the end of me).

Don't despair, your mother loves you.
Don't be proud because she has to.
Don't despair, your mother loves you.
Don't be proud, she's gotta.

Just because it's meta doesn't make it any betta!

Written by:

Sean Nelson, Jeff J. Lin, Aaron Huffman & Evan Sult

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