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The following page has been reserved for the lyrics to "I Make for a Bitchin' Astro Boy", a song written by Osmosis. It is the tenth and final track off the band's second full-length album, The Dragon Ball's the Most Important Body Part.

LyricsEdit

Cybernetic lifeform

He shall not be bound and gagged

Mourning the expired

Grieving for the demoralized

That has never been his strong suit

He cares not for the people,

That are six feet under


Forged with a dearth of leniency

The spitting image of Ragnarök

Celestial beings now estranged

Our majestic monuments lose bits and pieces

The eyeball that defies gravity sheltered in grime

They can destroy the bionic personage,

They have the technology


My octagonal elevator comprised of hawsers

As a savage apparatus,

His ritual consists of chants involving disfigurement

No disassemble!

No disassemble!

Five has to be an unpleasant number

Why's he endowed with antagonism?


Soon to cleave the cords

We live in fear of the annexation

Sandglasses encasing us

We are martyrs to this repellent console

With possible expedition,

The majority unsheathes a collaborative jackhammer

Hey...


Can you Sentinels hear me?

Very well

Now.

Motherfucking.

Die!

Track detailsEdit

  • Length: 3:51
  • Genre: Avant-garde metal, gypsy punk, nu metal, coldwave
  • Producer: Matt Bayles, Osmosis
  • Band performance: Osmosis

CreditsEdit

NotesEdit

  • The song's title is a reference to the character, Astro Boy.
  • An audio clip from the movie Planet of the Apes was placed at the end of the track.