Google and Nickelback : Nickelback's Photograph gets a parody version for Google Photos

Google and Nickelback : Nickelback's Photograph gets a parody version for Google Photos

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Google and Nickelback have created the perfect parody version of the 2005 song Photograph.


Google Photos just made the perfect parody song with Nickelback’s 2005 hit song Photograph. Google teamed up with Nickelback to release a Google Photos version of the song, and there’s a music video to go along with it.


The parody song couldn’t be more perfect with the video featuring lead vocalist Chad Kroeger actually reminiscing about the past through Google Photos. 


The video takes you through different features of Google Photos like Recent Highlights, Memories and more. It starts exactly the same way as the original video with Kroeger holding out a photo frame to the camera.


The Google Photos Photograph video looks back at Kroger’s moments with the band, and how they look now. The lyrics are also pretty funny with one line referring to Kroeger’s curly hair - “Is it my hair or just a ramen bowl.” The music video was published on Google’s YouTube channel, and it has over 60k views so far.


And in case you were interested, here are the full lyrics to the new Photograph song.


Look at this photograph


Every time I do it makes me laugh


Must have shot a million more


Of my dessert but I don’t know what for


And this is where we come from


These matching suits are looking pretty dumb


Falling down the photo rabbit hole


Is it my hair or just a ramen bowl.


Oooohh, my eyeeees


Every memory regretting all my hair styles


If you wove it all together, it would go for miles


It’s hard to braid it, time to shave it.


Good-bye / Highlights


Every memory we never have to look for


They no longer have to spread out on the bedroom floor


It’s time to say it, gotta say it


Good times, Good times


Look at this photograph


Every time I do it makes me laugh


Every time I do it makes me…


                                     
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