I Am Not A Robot

Album: Family Jewels (2010)
Charted: 26
  • You've been acting awful tough lately
    Smoking a lot of cigarettes lately
    But inside, you're just a little baby
    It's okay to say you've got a weak spot
    You don't always have to be on top
    Better to be hated
    Than loved loved loved for what your not

    You're vulnerable, you're vulnerable
    You are not a robot
    You're lovable, so lovable
    But you're just troubled

    Guess what I'm not a robot, a robot
    Guess what I'm not a robot, a robot

    You've been hanging with the unloved kids
    Who you never really liked and you never trusted
    But you are so magnetic, you pick up all the pins
    Never committing to anything
    You don't pick up the phone when it ring, ring, rings
    Don't be so pathetic, just open up and sing

    I'm vulnerable, I'm vulnerable
    I am not a robot
    You're lovable, so lovable
    But you're just troubled

    Guess what I'm not a robot, a robot
    Guess what I'm not a robot, a robot

    Can you teach me how to feel real
    Can you turn my power on
    Well, let the drum beat drop

    Guess what I'm not a robot
    Guess what I'm not a robot

    Guess what I'm not a robot, a robot
    Guess what I'm not a robot, a robot
    Guess what I'm not a robot, a robot
    Guess what I'm not a robot, a robot Writer/s: MARINA LAMBRINI DIAMANDIS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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