'Superheroes really do exist': Girl writes song for mom, health care workers fighting coronavirus

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A Denver girl turned her social studies school assignment into a tribute to all health care workers.Hannah Hyatt was told to write about her hero.According to KDVR, Hyatt chose to write about her mother, who is a doctor.“While I am home in my pajamas my mom leaves for work with a mask,” Hyatt said.The 10-year-old then took her school assignment one step further, the news outlet reports.Hyatt’s father helped her to turn her paragraph on her hero into a song, which she called, “Doctors are the heroes of today.”It honors not only her mother, but all health care workers who “run towards the fight.”Here are a few lines of Hyatt’s song, according to KDVR:”Doctors don’t have super strength, capes or matching tights. But they have their sense of duty. They run towards the fight. They wake up every morning, preparing for the worst. They’re heroes ‘cause they put their patients first. The Hulk could smash my mother. She’s barely taller than me. But mom’s got a secret weapon, armed with her M.D. She doesn’t need a costume. Just a mask and stethoscope. Her and all these doctors give us hope.”Watch the video above to hear more of Hyatt’s song.

A Denver girl turned her social studies school assignment into a tribute to all health care workers.

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Hannah Hyatt was told to write about her hero.

According to KDVR, Hyatt chose to write about her mother, who is a doctor.

“While I am home in my pajamas my mom leaves for work with a mask,” Hyatt said.

The 10-year-old then took her school assignment one step further, the news outlet reports.

Hyatt’s father helped her to turn her paragraph on her hero into a song, which she called, “Doctors are the heroes of today.”

It honors not only her mother, but all health care workers who “run towards the fight.”

Here are a few lines of Hyatt’s song, according to KDVR:

“Doctors don’t have super strength, capes or matching tights. But they have their sense of duty. They run towards the fight. They wake up every morning, preparing for the worst. They’re heroes ‘cause they put their patients first. The Hulk could smash my mother. She’s barely taller than me. But mom’s got a secret weapon, armed with her M.D. She doesn’t need a costume. Just a mask and stethoscope. Her and all these doctors give us hope.”

Watch the video above to hear more of Hyatt’s song.


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