Superman by Joe Brooks

SUPERMAN by Joe Brooks

There are no words
To paint a picture of you, girl
Your eyes, those curves
It’s like you’re from some other world
You walk my way

Oh God, it’s so frustrating
So while I disappear when you come near
It makes me feel so small while I blow my lines
Most every time, like I got no chance at all

If I could be a superman
I’d fly you to the stars and back again
‘Cause every time you touch my hand
And feel my powers running through your veins

But I can only write this song
And tell you that I’m not that strong
‘Cause I’m no superman
I hope you like me as I am

It ain’t no lie I have to tell you how I feel
Each time I try
It gets a little more unreal
You walk my way

Oh God, it’s so frustrating so while I disappear
When you come near, it makes me feel so small
If I could reach your mind
Girl, would I find any trace of me at all

If I could be a superman
I’d fly you to the stars and back again
‘Cause every time you touch my hand
And feel my powers running through your veins

But I can only write this song
And tell you that I’m not that strong
‘Cause I’m no superman
I hope you like me as I am

If I could be a superman
I’d fly you to the stars and back again
‘Cause every time you touch my hand
And feel my powers running through your veins

But I can only write this song
And tell you that I’m not that strong
‘Cause I’m no superman
I hope you like me as I am

*After Cody, a really good friend with an amazing musical talent, suggested I listen to this song, it never left my playlist. Who wouldn’t enjoy a song about vulnerability and the hope for acceptance? I know did. I even tried playing it on my guitar. I’m not that good but I enjoyed learning this song. 🙂

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