This song is a "tribute" to everyday heroes, by country/bluegrass/gospel group the Isaacs. Consider these lyrics:
They tried for many years to have a baby of their ownArrghhhhh! I'm sure the songwriters thought they were including a sweet paean to adoption in their song about heroes, but what ignorance of adoption and what awful adoption language. "Baby of their own?" "Someone else's burden?!" "Sacrifice?!" "Raise a child not their own?" And the song came out in 2004, not decades ago as the language might suggest.
But God knew a little girl who didn't have a home
Someone else's burden was their blessing in disguise
And now she's got a Mom and Daddy there to hold her when she cries
He's a hero and she's a hero
It doesn't matter that nobody knows their name
They keep on giving to make life worth living
Might go unnoticed but they're heroes just the same
Every single parent who must carry twice the load
And those who sacrifice to raise a child that's not their own
They dedicate their time to make a difference in someone else's life
Even with well-intentioned people, we have a long way to go to educate the public about adoption, don't we?
UPDATE: If you want to hear the song performed, you can find it here at YouTube.