When I heard our song on the radio
It reminded me of us
Another love song on the radio
Another former broken heart.

I spent a lifetime on the open road
Between the lion and the farm
You gave me oil, I was a rusty load
You even helped me find my heart.

And what could I know about love,
I was sleeping but now I'm woke up.

I gotta girl and she's a telephone
And she just listens and I talk
And we've been steady for a month or so
I really think she could be the one.

And what could I know about love,
I was sleeping but now I'm woke up
I'm just steel, I'm not blood
Sometimes the little things make us stuck.

The country's no place for a robot
It made my circuits hot
And now there's a place I can call home
You gave me a brand new start.

Have you seen the lion and the scarecrow
I had heard they both got jobs
It seems like such a long time ago,
When we were hunting for Oz.

Lyrics submitted by drydenrose, edited by Civanfan

Country Robot/A Letter To Dorothy song meanings
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    General Comment...beautiful
    donny20don December 09, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthe last line is... "when we were searching for our oz."

    i love this song... to me it's about letting go of a relationship that was epic and beautiful.
    alk3girlon July 06, 2005   Link

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