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Welcome To YouTube

Released by Bo Burnham in 2009
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This version of Welcome To Youtube was released by Bo Burnham in 2009.

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As a music enthusiast, I have always been fascinated by artists who push the boundaries of what is possible in their respective genres. One such artist who has caught my attention recently is Bo Burnham, and his song “Welcome to YouTube” is a prime example of his unique talent.

Released in 2021, “Welcome to YouTube” is a satirical take on the platform that has catapulted Burnham to fame. The song features Burnham’s trademark humor and biting wit, as he pokes fun at the various tropes and trends that dominate the site.

At first listen, the song’s catchy beat and clever lyrics are what drew me in. But as I listened more closely to the words, I began to appreciate the song’s deeper commentary on our culture’s obsession with internet fame and the constant need for validation.

Through his lyrics, Burnham points out the absurdity of the influencer culture that has emerged on YouTube and other social media platforms. He highlights the pressure to constantly produce content, the negative impact that constant criticism can have on mental health, and the addictive nature of the platform itself.

But despite its critiques, “Welcome to YouTube” is ultimately a love letter to the platform that has allowed Burnham to share his unique talents with the world. The song is a reminder that even in the face of overwhelming pressure and criticism, it is possible to create something meaningful and entertaining.

As a music enthusiast, I highly recommend giving “Welcome to YouTube” a listen. It is a thought-provoking commentary on our modern culture that is sure to make you laugh and think in equal measure. Burnham’s talent as a musician and comedian shines through in this song, and it is clear that he is a force to be reckoned with in the world of entertainment.

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Here’s the lyrics to Welcome to Youtube.

Before YouTube I walked through life,
And now I frolic.
YouTube’s been like a father to me,
Except YouTube’s not an alcoholic.

Before YouTube, I was just a skinny white kid,
That thought he was funnier and cooler then he actually was.
And now… well, not much has changed but I have a shit-load of money.

Cause YouTube is a place for people to share their ideas.
If by ‘people’ you mean 13 year old girls,
And by ‘ideas’ you mean how they love the Jonas Brothers,
I’m just kidding, but let’s be honest that’s a hefty majority.
And if you don’t believe me, well, then you must be a noob.
So welcome to YouTube.

And you don’t know what your missing, a-just try searching women kissing,
It’s YouTube, it’s just what this country’s been needing,
A generation of kids who don’t waste their time reading.
Am I the only one who thinks that Lisa Nova’s hot,
And Chris Crocker’s not. No…
He’s hotter.

Most of the best YouTubers are either Asian or they’re gay,
So there’s an untapped YouTube celebrity and his name is George Takei.
And your favorite coat’s got a doodoo stain,
I pray to God that that’s chocolate rain.
And I find videos of babies laughing a bit intrusive.

Because Barack Obama won the election because of YouTube.
Wait, did I say YouTube, I meant the black vote.
And I think YouTube and Fred are so cool .
And what the buck will be back in a Jiffy Lube,
So welcome to YouTube,
Welcome to YouTube,
Hey, welcome to YouTube.

I said-a listen and linger,
Charlie the Unicorn bit my finger.
It’s YouTube, the impact is evident,
Miss Teen South Carolina just ran for Vice President.
Upload a video, you got nothing to lose,
Except all of your friends.

And the approval of your parents.

Hi, my name is Mary, and I’m 19 years old and I got drunk at a party and I think someone was videotaping it,
But I don’t want anyone to see it ’cause I showed half of my boob,
(Sorry, Mary!)

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Welcome to YouTube.
Say hello to YouTube,
And say goodbye to your college scholarship.
And if your video doesn’t appeal to me,
You gotta change the key-word,

Welcome to YouTube,
I said welcome to YouTube.
And it’ll keep on going and it’ll never stop.
No, until its privatized.


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