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Song Parodies -> "Thank U Customers"

Original Song Title:

"Thank U"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Alanis Morissette

Parody Song Title:

"Thank U Customers"

Parody Written by:

Anaïs

The Lyrics

My job consists in visiting people (at their shops, companies, home, etc. ) and offering them lower prices for internet and/or phone calls. Fortunately, I live in Barcelona, a big city with lots of foreign people; I say fortunately, because it is easier to sell products to foreign people than to native people. Not many native customers use internet, and they almost don't use the phone. Besides, they are more afraid of changes than others because in many cases when they changed their phone company they had problems (with the price, the service, etc.). And also, I think they are rather boring people. However, foreign customers use internet much more, and just by telling them they're going to pay less they are willing to accept the offer; they give the same importance to both the price and the service. Also, just by telling them their neighbour already works with that company, they are willing to change (because they know their neighbour is satisfied with the service); and not only that, but some customers to whom I made the offer give my phone number to their families and friends, and they often call me and ask me"hey, when are you coming here I also want this"... besides, foreign people are funnier to talk with (I prefer speaking in English, and I like talking about their country, culture, etc.) So... thank you customers!
How 'bout visiting that Chinese restaurant
How 'bout going to that brazilian shop
How 'bout them wanting to pay less for their phone calls
How 'bout them wanting to use internet

Thank you Indians
Thank you Pakis
Thank you South Americaaaaans
Thank you Germans
Thank you English
Thank you thank you Chineeese

How 'bout going to Sandeep's grocery store
How 'bout him complaining about his phone bills
How 'bout his friend Surjit listening to my offer
How 'bout him saying "I want this at home"

Thank you Indians
Thank you Pakis
Thank you South Americaaaaans
Thank you Germans
Thank you English
Thank you thank you Chineeese

The moment I met those customers
Was the moment I earned more than the other days
The moment they started calling me
Was the moment I sold a lot

How 'bout no longer being masochistic
How 'bout just ignoring native customers
How 'bout them being rather dull and old-fashioned
How 'bout them equating change with problems

Thank you Indians
Thank you Pakis
Thank you South Americaaaaans
Thank you Italians
Thank you Swedish
Thank you thank you Chineeese

Yeah yeah, ooooh...

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