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Song Parodies -> "You Owe Me!"

Original Song Title:

"Chop Suey!"

Original Performer:

System of a Down

Parody Song Title:

"You Owe Me!"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Dumbass borrows money from the mob. This is the mob leader trying to get his money back. In song. Because parody logic. Enjoy!
Pay up (pay up)
Don't want an unnecessary shake-up
The deadline for your loan is today, bud (not tomorrow or later, today, bud)
When you borrow cash under the table
You should pay up before things get fatal (I'm warning you)
Isn't something that you can delay, bud (I'm warning you)
Your mob dealings won't just go away, bud (I'm warning you)
There's a way for this to not be painful (I'm warning you)

Just give me the bucks
Don't try to run away and hi-ide
Why try-y? Just give back to me what's mine

Pay up (pay up)
I've got other sordid deals to rake up
Would like to be on my way (but I'm stuck here tryna make you pay up)
If you cough up now I will be grateful
Might not even smash your coffee table (I'm warning you)
Reputation isn't gonna stay up (I'm warning you)
If you stall and claim this is a frame-up (I'm warning you)
Tempted to adorn your wrist in staples (I'm warning you)

Where's my money, schmuck?
Don't try to piss your pants and hi-ide
I've trie-ied to be real calm and polite
But I-I've got places to be, right
I-I-I-I'd li-ike my loan back right now, dumbshite

Mobster (mobster) dodger (dodger)
Such a (such a) moron (moron)
Dodger of loan paybacks, that's not recommended
Wasn't your smartest plan
To take out a loan from me
Then try to not repay me
The worst part, at least for me
Is that the loan was ju-ust three-ee-ee bucks

Almo-ost crie-ie-ie-ied when that reciept came by-y-y-y
I-I lie-ie-ie-ie, I laughed my ass off all ni-i-ight
I-It's, li-ike, three bucks? You're kidding, ri-i-i-ight?
My-y-y, my-y, pay before I break your thi-i-i-ighs

I was gonna call the mobster a loan shark in the top comment, but then I looked up the meaning and I found out that interest rates are involved, whereas my parody just wanted the original three bucks back. Oh well, the more you know, I guess.

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