This thing is awesome. Here's a low budget commercial for a regional discount grocery store. The woman singing the jingle at the end must have been an unpaid intern or somebody's relative. I imagine that longstanding favors were cashed in.
You can see from the few YouTube comments that this ad has a small cult following. In my house, my wife calls me in the TV room if I'm not there when this commercial comes on. It is a big deal.
To be clear, I am glad the lady that you hear was chosen to be the singer. I am a fan of individuality, a citizen's open access to the airwaves, and regional accents. You, the wind tunnel, may claim that she is an "amateur" or that the commercial is sloppy. Well, I would rather hear her than most professionals. She gets the job done. Singing "leave on a happy note..." and that is exactly what happens. I leave on a happy note.
From the comments:
"Start at .024 for the whacked out vocal
"Leave on a happy note, watching your savings grow"....
actually as "performed": le wone uh appie naute watching yur sabings gwow at feuuuud deepoep"
And RandomentalTV weighed in:
it sounds like shes saying
"leap on a happy nut, washing your savings crow at foodie pope"