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Machines (Or Back To Humans)

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  1. Machines (Or 'Back To Humans') This song is by Queen and appears on the album The Works ().
  2. Good vs. bad. Right vs. wrong. Human beings begin to learn the difference before we learn to speak—and thankfully so. We owe much of our success as a species to our capacity for moral reasoning. It’s the glue that holds human social groups together, the key to our fraught but effective ability to cooperate. We are (most believe) the lone moral agents on planet Earth—but this.
  3. About “Machines (Or Back to Humans)” The fifth track on The Works, “Machines (Or ‘Back to Humans’)”, came about as an idea by Taylor, with May collaborating and finishing it with him.
  4. Feb 27,  · Listen to Machines (Or Back To Humans) on Spotify. Queen · Song · Music Duration: 5 min.
  5. Listen to Machines (Or Back to Humans) by Queen - Queen 40 Limited Edition Collector's Box Set Vol. 3. Deezer: free music streaming. Discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  6. When the machines take over, It ain't no place for rock'n'roll. They tell me I don't care, But deep inside I'm just a man. They freeze me, they burn me, They squeeze me, they stress me. With smoke-blackened pistons of steel they compress me, But no one, but no one, but no one can wrest me away. Back to humans. We have no disease, no troubles of mind.
  7. Machines (Or 'Back To Humans') is a song interpreted by Queen, released on the album The Works in Machines (Or 'Back To Humans') lyrics. Machines It's a machines world Don't tell me I ain't got no soul When the machines take over It ain't no place for rock and roll. They tell me I don't care But deep inside I'm just a man They freeze.

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