Sid

Album: Lovehatetragedy (2002)
  • Blood of my blood
    Skin of my skin
    A normal human being
    Solder and wires
    Circuitry
    We're far from human beings

    He's sick of his skin
    It's time to trade it in
    A galaxy of emotions
    Your soul is what it costs
    We walk the same path
    No body could get in our way
    Dangerously
    We passionately never hesitate

    Keep the soul
    That's control
    Now you put in the metal

    Biological
    Spiritual
    Electrical
    Digital
    S.I.D.

    Willing to make the change
    Surrender the flesh and bones
    Against the grain
    Pushing beyond the limits of ourselves
    This body is just a cage
    You're dead and you're in a grave
    We're losing our minds
    That's just fine
    Living forever

    Bleed out my blood
    Skin off my skin
    Solder the wire
    Transformation
    Take my body and
    Release me from this cage
    You can't put a spirit in a grave

    Singular Indestructible Droid

    Bloody-human-robot

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