"Coffee and Donuts" as written by and Kevin/berkman Rudolf....
I must have been dreaming
While somebody was scheming
I need some information
We got a situation
Oh
Were you drinking?
What are you smoking?
Now you better listen
Because the thing goes around comes around

I got my hands tied behind my back
My face pressed to the glass
I swear that all these robots
Live on coffee and donuts

Now do I fit your description?
Or is it just fiction
So what's all the action?
Am I the main attraction?

Cause I was just standing
Now you're askin' me questions
What about my freedom
They say you are bad but
You can't have it like that

I got my hands tied behind my back
My face pressed to the glass
I swear that all these robots
Live on coffee and donuts

I'm glad I got your attention
There's probably something I should mention
To spin you round like a whirlpool
It goes around
Round, round, round, round, round

I got my hands tied behind my back
My face pressed to the
I, I, I got my hands tied behind my back
My face pressed to the glass
I swear that all these robots
Live on coffee and donuts


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"Coffee and Donuts" as written by Joshua David Berkman Joshua Berkman

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    General Commentso i love this song! they play it at my work all the time... i work at old navy & i knew that it was kevin rudolf so i did some searching & found it... i'm not too sure what it means though, but its a fun catchy song you can dance or drive to. i love it!
    kbunce87on May 12, 2009   Link
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    General CommentWell, the song is about police heavy-handedness/brutality. The main chorus calls them "robots" because a lot of cops are just stingy guys who are liable to stop you/treat like you're doing something wrong just to see if they can get something to do. No feelings, just apprehension.
    Frometheuson August 21, 2013   Link

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