No Limits

No Limits

by Mike (Binary Rhyme) Heffernan, 1996 No Limits.mp3 No Limits video I included in a talk on Innovation for a government conference run by DPI Canada. Someday you’re gonna find out where you truly belong Racing swifter than lightning Tireless, skillful and strong ’cause win is made in your mind possible defined by your will can’t is a word best forgotten set your mind and say go Break your mind free of its limits Reach for more than just a try Keep you sight on the horizon Spread your wings, touch the sky! You’ve got stiff competition they’ve set the bar very high but you’ll be sailing right over this is your time to fly ’cause you’ll define what the best means and you’ll leave them reeling in dust They might be good – but you’re better put your foot through the floor Break your mind free of its limits Reach for more than just a try Keep you sight on the horizon Spread your wings, touch the sky! No Limits is my fight song. Originally written for a Fulcrum Technologies sales conference in Phoenix, AZ, the first performance featured a rap by Mike Gaines that slammed our competition – while the more generic version simply has an instrumental break. It was reprized live at the inaugural OCRI Techrocks “battle of the bands,” and I’ve used it during speaking gigs at conferences and as a pep tune for online gaming...
I Give

I Give

by Mike (Binary Rhyme) Heffernan, 1977 I Give.mp3 I give to you all of my love I give to you all of my dreams I give you all of what I’d like to be To deal with as you please I give you all of my world I give you all of myself I place it here within your arms so please let it rest here with you I give to you all of my doubts I give you you all of my fears I give you all of what I’ll fail to be To deal with as you can I give you all of my world I give you all of myself I place it here within your arms so please let it rest here with you Probably my most well known tune. I Give was written as a hymn, but has become an anthem for all forms of genuine love. It’s been sung in church and at campfires, weddings and funerals. This rendition is sung by Christine Armstrong. Photo: Jenn and Darren got...