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We find that at times guys seem to think more about machines than they do about us, and this leaves us thinking about where we should go from here...
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A star hits and fades
As love soon does in my heart
Another then another
I toss them aside
They go back to their computers and video games
I find that I'm always second to a machine
They buzz and whiz and swirl
They don't give the love that I do or can
I am still alone with that urge to kill the machine
Let it stop and have time for them to know me
And me know them
I am still here
No one to love
No one to love me the way that I love in return
Spend a lifetime to compete with a machine
Spend a lifetime with ones who don't love me
I think that I'd rather just be alone
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