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9 thoughts on “ I Dont Want To Be A Hero (7 Version) - Johnny Hates Jazz - I Dont Want To Be A Hero (Cassette)

  1. Now don't be afraid Come and join the parade For the ultimate in sacrifice It's an old-fashioned story Of hope and of glory A ticket for taking a life [Chorus] I, I don't want to be a hero I don't want to die for you I don't want to be a hero Oh send me off to war In a far away land I never knew existed Subject me to the truth To the horror and.
  2. “I Don’t Want to be a Hero” is a song by the British band Johnny Hates Jazz. It reached #11 in the UK top 40 in August spending 10 weeks on the chart. It reached #11 in the UK top 40 in August spending 10 weeks on the chart.
  3. "I Don't Want to Be a Hero" is a song by the British band Johnny Hates Jazz. It reached #11 in the UK top 40 in August spending 10 weeks on the chart. [2] .
  4. I Don't Want To Be A Hero () is the third single by new wave band Johnny Hates Jazz. It is written by lead singer, Clark Datchler, and reached #11 in the UK and #31 in the US; it is taken from the JHJ #1 album Turn Back the Clock ().5/5(3).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green/Red Labels Vinyl release of I Don't Want To Be A Hero on Discogs. Label: Virgin - VS • Format: Vinyl 7 Johnny Hates Jazz - I Don't Want To Be A Hero (, Green/Red Labels, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  6. The song was a big hit in Johnny Meets Jazz's native Great Britain, where it peaked at #11 on the charts. It was almost not released in the United States, as the band's American record company feared it would be rejected as propaganda and cause the group to lose potential fans there.
  7. 37 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Johnny Hates Jazz - I Don't /5().
  8. Now don't be afraid Come and join the parade For the ultimate in sacrifice It's an old-fashioned story Of hope and of glory A ticket for taking a life I, I don't want to be a hero I don't want to die for you I don't want to be a hero Oh send me off to war In a far away land I never knew existed Subject me to the truth To the horror and pain.

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