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Heroes
Heroes
By Måns Zelmerlöw
Country Flag of Sweden Sweden
Year 2015
Position 1st (Final)
1st (Semi-final)
Points 365 (Final)
217 (Semi-final)
Flag of Sweden Sweden in the Eurovision
Song Contest
Previous "Undo"
Next "If I Were Sorry"

Heroes was the winning song in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, sung by Måns Zelmerlöw from Sweden. It was declared the winner with 365 points after winning the second semi-final.

Lyrics

Don’t tell the gods I left a mess
I can’t undo what has been done
Let’s run for cover

What if I’m the only hero left?
You better fire off your gun
Once and forever

He said go dry your eyes
And live your life like there is no tomorrow, son
And tell the others

To go sing it like a hummingbird
The greatest anthem ever heard

We are the heroes of our time
But we’re dancing with the demons in our minds

We are the heroes of our time
Heroes, oh whoa…
But we’re dancing with the demons in our minds
Heroes, oh whoa…

We are the heroes of our time
Heroes, oh whoa…
But we’re dancing with the demons in our minds
Heroes, oh whoa…

The crickets sing a song for you
Don’t say a word, don’t make a sound
It’s life’s creation

I make worms turn into butterflies
Wake up and turn this world around
In appreciation

He said I never left your side
When you were lost I followed right behind
Was your foundation

Now go sing it like a hummingbird
The greatest anthem ever heard
Now sing together

We are the heroes of our time
Heroes, oh whoa…
But we’re dancing with the demons in our minds
Heroes, oh whoa…

We are the heroes
(We keep dancing with the demons)
(You could be a hero)

Now go sing it like a hummingbird
The greatest anthem ever heard
Now sing together

We are the heroes of our time
Heroes, oh whoa…
But we’re dancing with the demons in our minds
Heroes, oh whoa…

We are the heroes of our time
Heroes, oh whoa…
But we’re dancing with the demons in our minds
Heroes, oh whoa…

We are the heroes

Videos

Måns Zelmerlöw - Heroes (Sweden) - WINNING performance LIVE at Eurovision 2015

Måns Zelmerlöw - Heroes (Sweden) - WINNING performance LIVE at Eurovision 2015



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Eurovision Song Contest
Winning Songs
RefrainNet als toenDors, mon amourEen beetjeTom PillibiNous les amoureuxUn premier amourDanseviseNon ho l'etàPoupée de cire, poupée de sonMerci, chériePuppet on a StringLa, La, LaBoom Bang-a-BangVivo cantandoUn jour, un enfantDe troubadourAll Kinds of EverythingUn banc, un arbre, une rueAprès toiTu te reconnaîtrasWaterlooDing-a-DongSave Your Kisses For MeL'oiseau et l'enfantA-Ba-Ni-BiHallelujahWhat's Another YearMaking Your Mind UpEin bißchen FriedenSi la vie est cadeauDiggiloo DiggileyLa det swingeJ'aime la vieHold Me NowNe partez pas sans moiRock MeInsieme: 1992Fångad av en stormvindWhy Me?In Your EyesRock 'n' Roll KidsNocturneThe VoiceLove Shine a LightDivaTake Me To Your HeavenFly on the Wings of LoveEverybodyI WannaEvery Way That I CanWild DancesMy Number OneHard Rock HallelujahMolitvaBelieveFairytaleSatelliteRunning ScaredEuphoriaOnly TeardropsRise Like a PhoenixHeroes1944Amar pelos doisToy"Refrain" • "De vogels van Holland" • "Das alte Karussell" • "Messieurs les noyés de la Seine" • "Im Wartesaal zum großen Glück" • "Le temps perdu" • "Ne crois pas" • "Aprite le finestre" • "Voorgoed voorbij" • "Le plus beau jour de ma vie" • "So geht das jede Nacht" • "Il est là" • "Les amants de minuit" • "Amami se vuoi"
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