Ah, Google. How did we ever live without the search engine giant? You can find a local restaurant, or a long lost birth parent. You can find instructions from everything from repairing your oven door to where you should buy yarn.
Countless people use Google every minute of every day, and the things they are searching end up as common search terms. These common search terms can often lead to hilarity, because the things people wonder about are, frankly, mind boggling. When it comes to country music, there are the standard stereotypes that people wonder about and there are some that are just plain baffling. Read on to see some hilarious Google suggestions about country music.
Honestly, Alan Jackson records one song about neon rainbows in 1989 and we’re still hearing about it almost 30 years later.
…how else is he supposed to get all his worries down the drain?
HAHAHAHA good luck with that. There’s only one King of Country.
Use country music responsibly.
Should I sing it?
Y’all. If you have to Google this, the answer is no.
All he does is win, win, win. No matter what. Oh wait no, that’s DJ Khaled.
Uh…no comment. #WillieNelson
Pretty sure it’s a Nashville law.
Google is not your therapist, but if songs about trucks, whiskey and women make you mad, you probably need a vacation.
You can tell they are because of hit songs like “Sure Be Cool if You Did Submit to the New World Order,” and “That Don’t Sound Like You, It Sounds Like the Dark Lord Baphomet.”