Album: Love and War (2017)
  • Let's all sing together, the Internet is forever!
    Here we go
    The Internet is forever!
    (The Internet is forever)

    Your grandmother's in an open casket
    You're in a suit and shades
    You take your iPhone out and snap it, #sadday
    You oughta be ashamed
    Posing in the bathroom mirror, in a skimpy little two piece
    In the background there's a toddler, cryin' on the toilet seat

    You oughta be ashamed, of your selfie
    Now why you gotta go and tweet it?
    When you really oughta just delete it
    Now we all want to unsee it but we can't
    You oughta be ashamed (but you're not)

    Spring Breakin' in Daytona, in the middle of a keg stand
    It's all fun and games 'til your daddy follows you on Instagram
    You oughta be ashamed (that's right) of your selfie, (the Internet is forever)

    You oughta take that stick and break it in half
    Show a little sense, show a little class
    You took it of your face but you know you're really showing your ass

    Go on and take one at the Grand Canyon
    Or if you get to meet Ringo Starr
    But if you're texting some girl that you just met
    Pictures of your little Brett Favre

    You oughta be ashamed of your selfie (the Internet is forever)
    You oughta be ashamed of your selfie (the Internet is forever)

    Let's all sing together, the Internet is forever
    Come on you oughta know better, the Internet is forever
    Making out with your professor, the Internet is forever
    Naked with an Irish setter, the Internet is forever
    Smoking in your third trimester, the Internet is forever
    He said his name was Heather, the Internet is forever
    Can that T-Shirt get any wetter? (the Internet is forever)
    Where the hell d'you get that sweater? (the Internet is forever) amen Writer/s: BRAD PAISLEY, CHRIS DUBOIS, JIM BEAVERS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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