Scroll Button Songs

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The Email Rap is the song that Strong Bad does on the Strong Bad Email menu page. The bottom rap is the first one, and they get more modern as the list progresses.

Rap Listen
...and that's why I like to scroll with Scroll Buttons. (This is the current email rap.) Listen
Scroll buttons and The Lappy, together at last. How you eva' learn to scriggy-scroll so fast? Listen
S to the C, R O double L! My name is not Norman, but still I rock well!
Huzzah, on the mic I'm droppin' scrollable science, and I'm scrollin' through the 'hood with my e-mail client. Huzzah! Listen
Hold it. Control it. And buttons, come on, let's see you scroll it! Listen
Dear scroll buttons, let's not mince words. I love you guys! Listen
I keep my buttons on scroll and all the ladies in check, did you find the spare key to my apartment yet? What. Listen
The scroll, the scroll, the buttons, the buttons, scrolling so smooth like the butter on a muffin. Listen
Chew-a chew-a scroll buttons! Chew-a chew-a rock on! I got scroll buttons like the day is long! I got scroll buttons like the day is long! Listen
Scroll button, scroll button, one two, one two, and if you swing by my crib then I can scroll with you! Listen
COACH Z: And if you're tryin' to fade me then ya must smoke crack!
STRONG BAD: Scroll buttons, oh yeah, like that heart attack.
Once again it comes scrollin' back, scroll buttons get ill like a heart attack! Listen
Scroll it out, just scroll it out, scroll buttons two-point-oh. Listen
Scroll-a boTOnes! Listen
Keep on scrollin' on, my scriggities. No link.
'Sup my scrollies? You guys are looking good. No link.
Scroll buttons. What is UP? No link.
Scroll buttons.. you guys okay? Listen
Ah, the scroll buttons and I have been through a lot together. No link.
Oooh, fancy new scroll buttons. No link.

You can find mirrors of the old raps here, here and here.

Inside References

Real World References

  • In one of his raps, Strong Bad refers to Norman Rockwell, an early 20th century painter.
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