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You come in cold
You're covered in blood
They're all so happy you've arrived
The doctor cuts your cord
He hands you to your mom
She sets you free into this life
And where do you go?
With no destination, no map to guide you
Wouldn’t you...

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    anonymous
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    Jan 11th, 2013 1:18am report


    This song is very straight forward, like you guys said. But I would like to point to the Hindu belief of Soul.
    To me it seems like the robot is the soul, who just changes bodies after death. So the body is dying but the soul is immortal.

    This is the only optimistic side of the song, or else every thing is very dark. And shows that life is pointless , as whatever we achieve or do it doesnt matter. As we all end up the same.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 19th, 2012 1:21am report


    I agree that the robot represents death. There's no escape from death. Only after you die are you finally free of it.



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    anonymous
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    Dec 19th, 2011 12:23pm report


    I feel that the interpretation of the song is a little more than that of death, but it also has a meaning of the insecurities in life. I feel that it relates somewhat to a similar idea of teenage angst. Yes I agree with the idea that death in inevitable and that we cannot escape it, but we also hang onto the memories and feelings that we have had since childhood. Death releases those feelings and memories, and finally can put a person at peace. So to me death is a pain reliever to the human mind.

    _boe_



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    anonymous
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    Jun 7th, 2011 6:50am report


    The robot represents death and that is it inevitable for all of us. From the day you are born it is in your future. And when the old man passes the robot leaves him because he has been set free of the inevitable while the baby is just beginning his journey.



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    anonymous
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    Apr 14th, 2009 4:42pm report


    Yes, I think you're right.
    This song shows everything about the life and the death.
    The record is also called 'The Chronicles of Life and Death'
    so you can see the record as a review of how the life is... the bad and the good things.



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    anonymous
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    May 28th, 2008 5:52am report


    My interpretation is just going to be straight from the video of the song. I think the robot in the video is like the old man's memories and they've been with him forever so once he dies the memory robot thing latches onto someone else to help them with their memories

    Luv
    MYemoCHILD




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