Selfie

(to the tune of Alfie)

Copyright 2015 Kevin Ahern

 

So you took an-other Selfie

That poor i-Phone is almost worn out

 

In the smiling face

Staring from your phone, Selfie

All the pic-tures you think look porked out

But its a fact you are thin

 

So you take in on the chin, Selfie

In the image your inner self sees

I think you are more than a silly grin, Selfie

Who is that per-son you strive so to please?

 

Theres no one to deceive. 

Pictures do not define, Selfie

I know that you are much more

It is so much greater e-ven - start believin

 

To yourself be true, Selfie

Approval you can so resist, Selfie

You do not need it to exist

Its nothing, Selfie

 

When you pose, put yourself in good light

And you will see yourself right. 

Selfie, Selfie

 

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