"Robot Boy" as written by Chester Charles Bennington, Robert G. Bourdon, Brad Delson, Joseph Hahn, Dave Farrell and Mike Shinoda....
You say you're not gonna fight
'Cause no one will fight for you
And you think there's not enough love
And no one to give it to
And you're sure you've hurt for so long
You've got nothing left to lose
So you say you're not gonna fight
'Cause no one will fight for you

You say the weight of the world
Has kept you from letting go
And you think compassion's a flaw
And you'll never let it show
And you're sure you've hurt in a way
That no one will ever know

But someday the weight of the world
Will give you the strength to go

Hold on, the weight of the world
Will give you the strength to go
So hold on, the weight of the world
Will give you the strength to go
So hold on, the weight of the world
Will give you the strength to go
Just hold, on the weight of the world
Will give you the strength to go


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"Robot Boy" as written by Chester Charles Bennington Brad Delson

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    General CommentWhen I listened to the whole album, I definitely interpreted a war theme and Robot Boy immediately made me think of a Solider. The other theme running through this album seems to be the bands transition to a new sound. It was then that I thought the song was bout how the fans want LP to be 'Robots' and produce the same music.

    In both cases, it takes big shoulders to carry forward when there are very little supporters of what you are doing.
    gjahnkeon September 16, 2010   Link

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