Everyone has their websites for certain things.
You like Rotten Tomatoes; I like Metacritic. You're a MySpace Mary; I'm a Facebook Fred. You're all about Expedia; I book my flizzights on Travelocity yo. You swear by Fandango; I GO TO MOVIETICKETS.COM!
You get the gist. If there is something I want to find online, I have a website that I go to find it.
Yet, for some reason, when it comes to finding lyrics to songs online, the rules inexplicably go out the window. I know no lyrics websites. If I want to figure out what exactly Britney just cooed, I type a few words from the song or "Britney Spears + lyrics" into my Google search bar and, eventually, I end up at some weird, bizarre, ugly lyrics website. There are pop up ads everywhere ("Click on the real Kate Hudson!" "Lose 45 Poundz by Klicking Here" "TXT 6873473953 4 FREE RING TONES"). The text is written in some strange, bold hot pink font. I feel slightly dirty just being there. I check the lyric I was curious about (she really is saying "sneak away to the Philippines") and then I click out of it as quickly as possible and take a deep breath.