Hero (Red Pill Remix) Lyrics - Superchick
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No one sits with him, he doesn't fit in
But we feel like we do when we make fun of him
Cause you want to belong do you go along
Cause his pain is the price paid for you to belong
It's not like you hate him or want him to die
But maybe he goes home and thinks suicide
Or he comes back to school with a gun at his side
And the kindness from you might have saved his life
Heroes are made when you make a choice
You could be a hero
Heroes do what's right
You could be a hero
You might save a life
You could be a hero, You could join the fight
For what's right for what's right for what's right
No one talks to her, she feels so alone
Shes in too much pain to survive on her own
The hurt she can't handle overflows to a knife
She writes on her arm, wants to give up her life
Each day she goes on is a day that she's brave,
Fighting the lie that giving up is the way,
Each moment of courage her own life she saves
When she throws the pills out a hero is made
No one talks to him about how he lives
He thinks that the choices he makes are just his
Doesn't know he's a leader with the way he behaves
And others will follow the choices he's made
He lives on the edge, he's old enough to decide
His brother who wants to be him is just nine
He can do what he wants because it's his right
The choices he makes change a nine year old's life
Little Mikey D was in the one class
Who everyday got brutally harassed
This went on for years
Until he decided that never again
Would he shed another tear
So he walked through the door
Grabbed the 44 out of his father's dresser drawer
And said I can't take life no more
And like that life can be lost
But this ain't even about that
All of us just sat back
And watch it happen
Thinkin' it's not our responsibility
To solve a problem that isn't even about me
This is our problem
This is just one of the daily scenarios
Which we choose to close our eyes
Instead of doing the right thing
If we make a choice
And be the voice
For those who won't speak up for themselves
How many lives would be saved, changed, and rearranged
Now it's our time to pick a side
So don't keep walking by
Don't wanna intervene
Cause you just wanna exist and never be seen
So let's wake up
Change the world
Our time is now
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omg | Reviewer: delighla | 12/1/11
this is just like my life i had so many bullies just because i did one thing that was stand up for my older brother but i was in grade 1 and my brother grade 4 and the kid grade 8 so my brother turned around a punched him in the face (lol) but now im grown up and moved on i hope that kid too and i need to say one thing my 2 brothers my dad ansd mom were the best things that could happen to me cuz if they would of truned out different i would have not been as nice as i am now
Red pills | Reviewer: Haven Rae Frisky | 10/4/11
This song is just like me. I get bullied so much at school and it makes me break down in tears. Everyone makes fun of you because either your gay or you have a learning disability or maybe you just wear clothes that other people don’t wear. I think that it’s bs that people make fun of poor innocent teens and children because of those reasons maybe there are some reasons that I am not mentioning but you know it’s just so hard to sit back and let them bully you. If anyone every needs to talk just email me. DinosaurRawr2015@gmail.com
... | Reviewer: Anonymous | 8/20/11
i dno how to respond..everything in this song is hw i feel..i am always left alone for projects i make great friends whom are older than me.. but people my own age hate me and call me wierd because i struggle to learn and im not loud during classes because i have a hearing disability and cnt see very well but they pick on me for different reasons. we r doing this movie as a film study and yet they know i cut because theyv seen the scars when i took off my jersy .. they cared then and then treated me the same..i dno y there are populars and un populars when we can all get along nd at least be happy..
im that girl | Reviewer: Anonymous | 3/14/11
im just like this song. bullied to the point where i break down in tears every second im alone. im always sitting alone and when it comes to partners for a project im always on my own. i dont cut myself and ive never tried to kill myself but that doesnt mean i dont think it. i want to be like my sister whos 19 but shes constantly putting me down because i wear her hand-me-downs. when im walking in the halls people pick on me and every day i see people who pass me and do or say nothing. teachers dont notice it either.when i go home my parents always yell at me cause im not like my brother and sister who are strait A students. i just dont get how people can see this going on or be the ones to do it if they see how it hurts. my team in school made a quilt against bullying and we've had assemblys about it but no one stops it. people dont think this is about them if they dont do anything but it is about them to because htey no but they dont speak up. i wish people could really see the damage they've done. everyones always saying everyone has some one whos there hero because that person stood up for them and was the voice for them but no ones been my voice no one does anything to help.
A Real Slap in the Face | Reviewer: Joy Embleton | 3/2/11
It's songs like this and The Fray's "How to Save a Life", that slap you in the face. Okay, maybe not yours, but I know it slaps mine. You know someone is hurting, yet you do nothing. Nothing to help their voice be heard. Nothing to help ease their pain with a kind, patient, gentle, and loving ear.
Back in high school, it was the worst. I saw people hurting all the time, and yet I did nothing. The time came around where I was hurting, and yet people, including my own friends, did nothing. And it is because of my family, my church family, that is, that I am still here. Their prayers got me through. If you see someone hurting, don't keep silent, if you don't talk to them, at least pray for them. Sometimes all it takes is a willing ear to hear.
it's true. | Reviewer: firstname.lastname@example.org | 11/4/10
the rap in this song couldn't be more realistic. i know someone like the kid. it SUCKS. it's hard, but you have to stand up and try to protect these people!!!!! i could care less about my popularity when it comes to my friends. i've been in this situation and just like the song says giving up is the only way out is a lie.
Moi? | Reviewer: Anonymous | 11/2/10
This song speaks to me sooooo much because from 4th until like 7th grade I felt so alone. I felt like the people in the first two verses. I knew people made fun of me. I basically sat alone. Nobody talked to me.......... all because of one mistake I made.... the only times I felt happy was when i was performing, reading, or riding horses.
This song really opened my eyes. | Reviewer: Anonymous | 10/31/10
In the part about the brother who is influencing is brother but doesn't even realize it. I was like that little brother. My sister was such a big influence on me without either of us realizing it, I only realized it one day when I heard this song on the radio. It made me think, "Why do I keep trying to be like her?" It made me realize how bad of an influence she was, but she started influencing me before I really knew how I should act. I just want to say thanks to Superchick because if I had never heard this song I would probably still let my sisters influence change the way I was, and I don't want to think about what I would be like if I hadn't heard this song.
This is me. | Reviewer: Daria | 10/28/10
It started last year. At first I cut my lip, then scratched my arms, but then I actually started to cut. At first it was for some attention, but then that changed. It got worse. Even worse. I almost hit rock bottom. I thought about overdosing, and actually tried. I was so scared! I felt like nothing would be okay ever again. Then I started cutting my wrists, then ended up in a mental hospital.... There's more, but it makes me mad to think about it over again. No one understood me and I really was different. I was called ugly names, made fun of, and dispised. I felt like there wasn't anything else I could do. My cuts got deeper and I felt helpless. My life was falling apart right in front of me. I then started to write poems and stories of how I felt about life. I would slit my arms when I got a bad test grade, called a name, and when my parents got into their fights. My mom was in tears and yelling one day when she had to take me from school, and she made me show my arms to my little 9 year old sister. I felt like crap! She didn't need to see that. I was a Christian but never acted like one. I basically have given up on God and I actually almost "accepted" Satan one night, but something stopped me. I would write more about that, but I don't want to take up too much pages, and hopefully nobody gets mad at me for writing all this. But when I heard the remix of this song and watched the video, man! I felt SO MOVED and MOTIVATED again. I was almost crying at the end of the video. :( I worry that my little sister will start cutting because of me. Sorry this is so long, but I had to say something about it. If there's any one who relates and wouln't mind talking, I'd like to hear what you think. Thanks Superchick!
Hits too close to home | Reviewer: Out of the woods | 10/23/10
This is one of my favorite songs...
I was the girl in the second verse once, "So alone, in too much pain to survive on her own" and "fighting the lie that giving up is the way." I wanted to die...
I'm never gonna hurt someone like the bitch whose privacy I'm protecting even though she doesn't deserve it hurt me.
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