I went back to my machine
One moonless night
Down a dark strange street
Familiar in the day

I went back to my machine
Said I forgot a couple things
And she was listening
And came to life again

And I looked into her screen
And she looked back at me

If my heart was made of iron
If blood ran through your steel
We could be together again
O how I wish you were real

I went back to my machine
She was a beautiful thing
On a warm summer night
Walking in the moonlight

I went back to my machine
She remembers me
Said she's sorry what she did
Then they turned her into this

And I looked into her screen
And she looked back at me

If my heart was made of iron
If blood ran through your steel
We could be together again
O how I wish you were real

If your veins weren't wires
If blood ran through you still
We could be together again
O how I wish you were real
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Back To My Machine Lyrics

Freedy Johnston – Back To My Machine Lyrics

I went back to my machine
One moonless night
Down a dark strange street
Familiar in the day

I went back to my machine
Said I forgot a couple things
And she was listening
And came to life again

And I looked into her screen
And she looked back at me

If my heart was made of iron
If blood ran through your steel
We could be together again
O how I wish you were real

I went back to my machine
She was a beautiful thing
On a warm summer night
Walking in the moonlight

I went back to my machine
She remembers me
Said she's sorry what she did
Then they turned her into this

And I looked into her screen
And she looked back at me

If my heart was made of iron
If blood ran through your steel
We could be together again
O how I wish you were real

If your veins weren't wires
If blood ran through you still
We could be together again
O how I wish you were real