I ride the train to work every day
I reach my cubicle about 9 am
I have to earn money to pay my bills
But I don't know how my life turned out this way

I'm a robot
I'm a robot
I don't have any feeling in my heart

I have a wife and a child waiting at home
Occasionally, I give my dog a bone (WOOF!)
If I am feeling wacky, then I might
Drink a quart of vodka, spend the night down in the gutter

I'm a robot
I'm a robot
I don't have any feeling in my heart

Don't you worry...
Don't you worry about me
Don't you worry...
Don't you worry about me

This is how my father was
How his father was
Don't you worry...
Don't you worry about me


I'm a robot
I'm a robot
I don't have any feeling in my heart
I'm a robot
I'm a robot
I don't have any feeling in my heart


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    My InterpretationI think this song is about how the reality of work can take all the excitement out of people's lives and drain your energy since you're laboring day after day for hours; this turns you into a robot in a sense. The background music is clearly paradoxical in that it is upbeat and exciting,
    dallasmavson April 09, 2014   Link

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