a lyric is only worth the music carrying it. sometimes, a poet will write a 'lyric', but it's like the word 'fantasy' in classical music: it's not a sonata.
the music for this is our choice, and it's sort of like british-cowboy-pirate band music, with a marching beat to show that you don't care for pop-music glamour: the costumes you're wearing say it all.
if you want this to be an important statement on the psychology of identity, then it needs to be a poem: it needs to show you giving up ego to invent an ego you can work with. that's 'hero'. — bmikebauer
The song's about being a hero to someone who hears your song, and that one song getting them through a hard moment in their lives. I want to be a hero someone who hears my song and it helps them through something. It may give off another statement to you, so I see what you mean as well — psychofemale