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Published on Apr 18, 2010

After seeing Emily Osment for years on TV and film, most notably as Lilly Truscott in the phenomenally successful "Hannah Montana" franchise, fans will now get their first chance to truly hear her.

Lyrics:

EMILY OSMENT - The Hero In Me lyrics

You know I use to hear a voice that said
Trouble's comin' better stay in bed
Then I even tried to run away
Cuz I didn't even know my own strength
I was shocked
No I couldn't believe
My world rocked
It was news to me
When I looked into the mirror today
I looked back and I heard me say
I gotta own it
Breathe it
Live it like I mean it...
There's a hero in me
It's all I wanna be
Someone to rely on
Looks good on TV
Save the day
It's part of the routine
Out of my way
This is a job for me
Uh huh, It's my job
I could fly if I just had the cape
X-ray vision would be cool one day
Meet the power
C'mon feel the rush
You better look out for my 1-2-3-
Hey!
Now I got my own boots to fill
New identity
What a thrill
Break it down
Gonna right the wrongs
In my mind I can hear my theme song
Feel it
Try it
Know I can't deny it
There's a hero in me
It's all I wanna be (all I wanna be)
Someone to rely on
Looks good on TV (yeah)
Save the day
It's part of the routine
Out of my way
This is a job for me
I gotta own it
Breathe it
Live it like I mean it
Feel it
Try it
Know I can't deny it
In control
It's so good to go
Yeah, figured it out
And it's time you know
There's a hero in me
It's all I wanna be (all I wanna be)
Someone to rely on
Looks good on TV (yeah)
Save the day
It's part of the routine
Out of my way this is a job for me
There's a hero in me
It's all I wanna be (all I wanna be)
Some to rely on
Looks good on TV
Save the day
It's part of the routine
Out of my way
This is a job for me
There's a hero in me, yeah
There's a hero in me...
Oh oh oh whoa whoa whoa

On "All the Right Wrongs," Osment arrives as a fully formed singer/songwriter so accomplished that it's hard to believe she is only 17. From sounds that get you up on your feet to wrenching ballads, her songs are anchored by her keen, observational lyrics; instantly memorable melodies and Osment's wonderfully expressive vocals.

"It's my first album so I want so much out of it. I want to cram everything I've been doing for the past 17 years into it," Osment says.
The songs on "All the Right Wrongs" reveal a young woman grappling with the same joys, fears and heartbreaks all of us face in a remarkably candid, genuine and often humorous way.

Osment tackles the horrors of high school on the biting pop punk anthem "I Hate the Homecoming Queen" that girls of any age will relate to. "It's one of those songs that came really quickly," she says. "It came out of having an argument with a girl at school."

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