I, machine have woke to my insides exposed to others like me
These insides are not like the anatomy of what I once was
Excruciating, this pain is excruciating
I am nothing but root and uselessness in a man created hell
All my mind can think is to destroy anything in my way
The stench of death is overpowering
Though the scent is quite comforting
I'm a machine
I'm a machine of other worldly capabilities bestowed on the weak
I'm a machine, we are the nightmare that has come to life
Can it be that I am the only one believing my dreams
I'm a machine
I have reached my afterlife but I never died
Forever endowed with the stench of the Gods
I am harvesting the ones who haven't been born
This imagination is reality
This is reality
This is reality
I am a machine
I am a machine

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    Song MeaningNecromechanical - "This song is about us as drones to life and how we let ourselves become what we could easily control. This is another dream of mine awaking as a machine and controlled by someone else. It was beyond frightening."

    Source: Phil Bozeman, pestbarn.me/2011/09/27/phil-bozeman-explains-whitechapels-lyrics/
    pestbarnon November 28, 2011   Link
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    General Commentsong is so hard
    ericchaoson June 07, 2010   Link
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    General Commentone of the best songs off the new album
    dk666on November 23, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationA living breathing machine. I think that this song is just like him trying to describe the lack of feeling that he has. Like a psychopath, he may not be capable of empathy. When I see "This is reality" right before "I'm a machine" at the end of the song... It just makes me think of the real emptiness, not the ones that you can find in the songs written by those teenagers. But the one where everything is like in black and white, nothing good yet nothing bad.
    dragonpie47on March 10, 2011   Link

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