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IRO-Bot Lyrics

Artist: Coheed And Cambria
Album: The Second Stage Turbine Blade

COHEED AND CAMBRIA LYRICS

"IRO-bot"

In our days we've mourned insignias
The passing glance unstamped
We’ve rendered ourselves powerless, fortunate
The useless mend the fixed
And on every hour it detonates
My courage goes unlooked
The ride home through perilous
The land it goes, I will…

You’ve been a bad boy
You broke all the rules
You’ve been a bad boy
You’ll get yours paid in full

IRO-bot will never die
My, Robot, will never die
You look down, but far from out,
And the paper reads, "You lose."
IRO-bot, will never kill.

A favor captain, a word with you
My systems gone and lost its mind
My right eye has done shed a tear
My gun I’ve left behind
Systems take me home and dissemble me
Will I be terminated with you near?
Alongside the others that I hold so close
If I'm to be killed, then when? by who?

You’ve been a bad boy
You broke all the rules
You’ve been a bad boy
You’ll get yours paid in full

IRO-bot, will never die
My, Robot, will never die
You look down, but far from out,
And the paper reads, "You Lose."
IRO-bot will never die.
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