Fembot

Album: Body Talk Pt 1 (2010)
  • I've got some news for you
    Fembots have feelings too
    You split my heart in two
    Now what ya gonna do

    Once you gone tech
    You ain't never going back

    I'm hi-tech baby

    Fresh out the box
    The latest model
    Generator running on full throttle
    Can I get a fuel up? Hit the bottle (reboot)
    I got a lotta automatic booty applications
    Got a C-P-U maxed out sensation
    Looking for a joy to man my station (reboot)
    Rock the nation
    (Rock it, baby)

    I've got some news for you
    Fembots have feelings too
    You split my heart in two
    Now what ya gonna do
    (jag alskar dig)

    My system's in mint condition
    The power's up on my transistors
    Working fine, no glitches
    Plug me in and flip some switches
    Pull up in dragging position
    Pop the hatch and hit ignition
    B-b-burn out, baby
    Ready for demolition

    Once you gone tech
    You ain't never going back

    My super brain is a binary
    Circuitry and mainframe tens-filled here
    I'm sipping propane topped with a cherry (reboot)
    In fact I'm a very scientifically advanced hot mama
    Artificially discreet no drama
    Digitally chic titanium armor (reboot)
    Ring the alarm-a

    I've got some news for you
    Fembots have feelings too
    (You know)
    You split my heart in two
    Now what ya gonna do

    (Here we go)

    My system's in mint condition
    The power's up on my transistors
    Working fine, no glitches
    Plug me in and flip some switches
    Pull up in docking position
    Pop the hatch and hit ignition
    B-b-burn out, baby
    Ready for demolition

    One you gone tech
    You're never ever going back
    One you gone tech
    You're never ever going back
    One you gone tech
    You're never ever going back
    One you gone tech
    You're never ever going back

    One you gone tech
    You're never ever going back
    You gotta enter access code
    Up on the back of my neck
    Initiating slut mode
    All space cadets on deck
    There's a calculator in my pocket
    Got you all in check

    My system's in mint condition
    The power's up on my transistors
    Working fine, no glitches
    Plug me in and flip some switches
    Pull up in docking position
    Pop the hatch and hit ignition
    B-b-burn out, baby
    Ready for demolition

    I'm ready
    My system's in mint condition
    The power's up on my transistors
    Working fine, no glitches
    Plug me in and flip some switches
    Pull up in docking position
    Pop the hatch and hit ignition
    B-b-burn out, baby
    Ready for demolition Writer/s: Klas Frans Ahlund, Robin Miriam Carlsson
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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