Robot Love Songs Beep Boop Beep. Robots can't love us, but we can write love songs about them. In this music parody game, contestants identify the real and fictional robots as Jonathan Coulton serenades.
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Robot Love Songs

Robot Love Songs

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Ask Me Another's house musician Jonathan Coulton leads a music parody game at TPAC's Polk Theater in Nashville, Tennessee. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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Ask Me Another's house musician Jonathan Coulton leads a music parody game at TPAC's Polk Theater in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Beep Boop Beep. Robots can't love us, but we can write love songs about them. In this music parody game, contestants identify the real and fictional robots as Jonathan Coulton serenades.

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