"It is the year 2005.
The treacherous Decepticons
have conquered the Autobots
home planet of Cybertron."

They cannot feel
Because they're made of steel
They can crush your bone
Easy like a stone
Some walk on wheels
Some of them can heal you
When you're wounded and lost
Before you turn into dust

Its not a pretty sight
To watch them in a fight
Its hard to stay alive
The year 2005
This is the story you made
About the boy they saved
Then delivered him home
From the Decepticons

I
I'd like to stay
A while and play
A while and stay
And I
I'd like to stay
A while and play
A while and stay

They need no fuel
And in their world they rule
And if they're told what to do
To make your wishes come true
Oh mega supreme
Kinda belongs to the cream
His words can drive you insane
And transform into your pain

Its not a pretty sight
To watch them in a fight
Its hard to stay alive
The year 2005
This is the story you made
About the boy they saved
Then delivered him home
From the Decepticons

I
I'd like to stay
A while and play
A while and stay
And I
I'd like to stay
A while and play
A while and stay

"Do not grieve. soon, I shall be one, with the matrix."

They have to dear
To put away all fear
No need to come along
If you're not fearless and strong
They hate to lose
And if they could choose
They'd rather stop to exist
Than end up crushed in your fist

Its not a pretty sight
To watch them in a fight
Its hard to stay alive
The year 2005
This is the story you made
About the boy they saved
Then delivered him home
From the Decepticons

I
I'd like to stay
A while and play
A while and stay
And I
I'd like to stay
A while and play
A while and stay


Lyrics submitted by mr_petit

Decepticons song meanings
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    General CommentNice triphop song about the (transformers) Decepticons.
    Afaik this song is a few years older than the first michael bay movie transformers (2005)
    mr_petiton March 13, 2010   Link

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