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{{ArticleMMPR|song}}'''We Need A Hero '''is a background theme to ''[[Mighty Morphin Power Rangers]]'' fight scenes, used primarily during seasons one and two for unmorphed [[Putty Patroller]] battles.  It was written by [[Ron Wasserman]], the show's primary musician, also responsible for [[Go Go Power Rangers]] and the many other songs produced for use during the [[Zordon]] era.
'''We Need A Hero '''is a background theme to ''[[Mighty Morphin Power Rangers]]'' fight scenes, used primarily during seasons one and two for unmorphed [[Putty Patroller]] battles.  It was written by [[Ron Wasserman]], the show's primary musician, also responsible for [[Go Go Power Rangers]] and the many other songs produced for use during the [[Zordon]] era.
 
   
 
Like many of Wasserman's other songs composed during this time, '''We Need A Hero''' was released remixed on the Power Rangers Redux album.
 
Like many of Wasserman's other songs composed during this time, '''We Need A Hero''' was released remixed on the Power Rangers Redux album.
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==Lyrics==
 
==Lyrics==
[[File:MMPR_Soundtrack_-_We_Need_a_Hero|thumb|right|335 px|Original Track|link=http://powerrangers.wikia.com/wiki/File:MMPR_Soundtrack_-_We_Need_a_Hero]][[File:Power_Rangers_Redux_-_We_Need_A_Hero(2012)|thumb|right|335 px|Ron Wasserman's "We Need A Hero" 2012 Redux|link=http://powerrangers.wikia.com/wiki/File:Power_Rangers_Redux_-_We_Need_A_Hero]]No, we cannot see<br />Who are we to look to?<br />No, we cannot hear<br />What is to believe in?
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[[File:Ron Wasserman - We Need a Hero|thumb|right|335 px]]
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[[File:Power_Rangers_Redux_-_We_Need_A_Hero(2012)|thumb|right|335 px|Ron Wasserman's "We Need A Hero" 2012 Redux]]No, we cannot see<br />Who are we to look to?<br />No, we cannot hear<br />What is to believe in?
   
 
We keep dreaming of a world<br />Where all is good so we were told<br />We need a hero<br />And we keep dreaming of a time<br />When good is all that we can find<br />We need a, we need a<br />Hero!
 
We keep dreaming of a world<br />Where all is good so we were told<br />We need a hero<br />And we keep dreaming of a time<br />When good is all that we can find<br />We need a, we need a<br />Hero!

Latest revision as of 21:22, May 27, 2019

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This article is about a/an song in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
We Need A Hero is a background theme to Mighty Morphin Power Rangers fight scenes, used primarily during seasons one and two for unmorphed Putty Patroller battles.  It was written by Ron Wasserman, the show's primary musician, also responsible for Go Go Power Rangers and the many other songs produced for use during the Zordon era.

Like many of Wasserman's other songs composed during this time, We Need A Hero was released remixed on the Power Rangers Redux album.

LyricsEdit

Ron Wasserman - We Need a Hero

Ron Wasserman - We Need a Hero

Power Rangers Redux - We Need A Hero(2012)

Power Rangers Redux - We Need A Hero(2012)

Ron Wasserman's "We Need A Hero" 2012 Redux

No, we cannot see
Who are we to look to?
No, we cannot hear
What is to believe in?

We keep dreaming of a world
Where all is good so we were told
We need a hero
And we keep dreaming of a time
When good is all that we can find
We need a, we need a
Hero!

No, we cannot tell
Who's the one to lead us
But you know that we'll be there
Waiting for them to find us

And we keep dreaming of a world
Where all is good so we were told
We need a hero
And we keep dreaming of a time
When good is all that we can find
We need a, we need a
Hero!

(Instrumental)

And we keep dreaming of a world
Where all is good so we were told
We need a hero
And we keep dreaming of a time
When good is all that we can find
We need a hero

And we keep dreaming of a world
Where all is good so we were told
We need a hero
And we keep dreaming of a time
When good is all that we can find
We need a, we need a
Hero!

Episodes/Specials playing the songEdit

See alsoEdit

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