Cyborgs vs. Robots - Ludo

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Cyborgs vs. Robots Lyrics

You don't understand
Unless you reprogram.
I try to assimilate
You still intimidate.

But your iron fist will never knock me down
'Cause I'm powered
By a conscious right to conduct my life
Without fear.

You are ten percent
Thought without dissent
The rest is washed away
You cyborg of the state.

You will never see
Such sweet autonomy
As to stray it all

From your protocol, But

Your iron fist will never knock me down
'Cause I'm powered
By a conscious right to conduct my life
Without fear.
Your tyranny burns my circuitry
And I won't stand by.
I know my rights and I will fight, fight, fight,

(Guitar solo)

You're scanning the room
For targets to consume
But your pulse is loud and clear
You persecute in fear.


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There have been four artists named Ludo:

1. Ludo is an alternative rock band which formed in 2003 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Andrew Volpe (vocals, guitar), Tim Ferrell (guitar, vocals), Tim Convy (synths) and Matt Palermo (drums).

Volpe and Ferrel formed the band as a two piece and found the rest of the band through internet ads after moving to Tulsa, Oklahoma. The band has released three albums, 2004’s “Ludo”, 2008’s “You’re Awful, I Love You” and 2011's "Prepare the Preparations". They have also released one EP, 2006’s “Broken Bride”. "You're Awful, I Love You' was the band’s first for Island Records and features the singles “Love Me Dead” and “Go-Getter Greg”, both of which were major hits on American alternative rock radio during 2008.

2. Ludo was an emocore band from Quesnel, BC, Canada. Their only album called "For Loss of Senses" was released in 2003.

3. Ludo is a Japanese doujin arranger. Circle: CM11 Records

4. Ludo is the alter ego of Amsterdam-based singer-songwriter Jan-Cornelis Blokhuis, with Lana Kooper on bass and Annemarie van den Born playing drums. In 2015 Ludo released its first EP called "Voordeel van de straat".
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