Jim O'Donnell

Rookie (That old my birth certs is expired / Glasgow)

Hero's


Hero’s come in all shapes and sizes
Some of them are big surprises
Matters not just who they are
They come from near and some so far

Making our world a better place
To live our life in this humane race
Some don’t know just what they have done
But that hero lives inside every one

Now sit and think deep down inside
What’s gone passed in your life
The littlest thing that’s helped someone
Your their hero and now you one

Remember all our hero’s now
When at home or in your car
You can be sure one won’t be far


10 01 2009
Chellaston

Submitted: Sunday, March 01, 2009

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