It is undoubtedly, as its creator suggests, the world's #1 dance song about tabbouleh.
The catchy lyrics are sweeping the globe and garnering hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube.
"In the club/Don't need a shorty or cutie/All I need to take is
a bowl of tabbouleh/No we don't need hip hop
house or trance/Cuz this song about a salad/make you shake your pants..."
The song by Virginia comedian Remy Munasifi is a culinary musical hit unlike any other.
Where else are you going to see a guy in a polyester suit dancing with light sticks while crooning about the charms of tabbouleh?
Munasifi, who is Lebanese-American, says songs like these are meant to challenge stereotypes.
The Virginia-based comedian made some political ripples in 2007 when his musical question about taxes was posed to Democratic presidential candidates during the CNN/YouTube presidential debate.
All of Munasifi's songs, including "A-R-A-B: The Rap" and a musical tribute to McDonald's, can be found at goremy.com
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