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Song Parodies -> "Scammer On The Phone"

Original Song Title:

"Into The Unknown"

Original Performer:

Idina Menzel

Parody Song Title:

"Scammer On The Phone"

Parody Written by:

LPG-Unit

The Lyrics

So, uh, "Frozen 2" just came out, and as such I couldn't resist parodying the new theme song written for it.

Elsa clearly has had enough of tech support scammers posing as Microsoft or Gmail, so she decides to "freeze" the living daylights out of them.
Hello, hello
Hello, hello oh oh oh oh

I can hear them, on the phone
Computer problems, they say and groan
I don't have an issue, with my rig or IRS
All you do is swindle, giving people lots of stress, oh oh oh
Hello, hello
Oh oh
Hello, hello

You're not legit
You're just extorting me through tools
"Get us those gift cards," which I won't
You'd play me for a fool

Why'd you trick my elders, even though they should've known
I'm sorry, I'm reporting you for scamming, now begone!
You'd fleece people's wallets, that's what you really do
I'm afraid of what I'm risking if I fall for you

Scammer on the phone
Scammer on the phone
Scammer on the phone
Hello, hello?
Hello, hello oh oh

What do you want? 'Cause you're a burden I won't bear
Are you here to deceive me, and then plant some ransomware?
Why would you think I'd buy for some dumb act of treachery?
I know there's no errors in my registry

I will prank you even further, as I feel you are a leech
Wreck your network merrily, you've got to go...

Scammer on the phone?
Scammer on the phone
Scammer on the phone!
Hello, hello
Hello, hello

Oh oh oh
Why'd you phone me?
Do I know you?
My computer's
All just fine, bruh
Hello, hello
Hello, hello
Oh oh oh oh
Oh oh oh oh

Why are you scamming?
Just leave me alone
I will now pester you
Scammer on the phone!
Oh oh oh
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Patrick - December 02, 2019 - Report this comment
I get four or five calls a day from India, offering to lower my credit card interest rate. I keep a McDonald's gift card with the same number pattern. That wastes their time when they find that the card isn't real. I used the same card to "buy" a trip to Florida. At least until the seller realized they had been scammed. Lots of fun.
LPG-Unit - December 02, 2019 - Report this comment
As I've been on a Frozen streak lately after watching F2 with my aunt, I tried out an Elsa soundboard to see if using stereo mix on a VOIP app would work. I had fun posing as Elsa whilst asking absurd questions at them scammers to waste their time. Good times I must say.
D-Boz - December 03, 2019 - Report this comment
Awesome and fun parody, loved it! Scammers on the phone are a pain in the rear end for sure and my family have had their share of phone scammers over the years but luckily we've always been suspicious enough to know it's a scammer so we've never fallen for their games.

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