Weird Al's recently released song entitled 'Party in the CIA' is a hilarious remake of Miley Cyrus's hit summer jam 'Party in the USA.' While 'Party in the CIA' avoids poking fun at the singer herself, it instead strings together some hilariously, side-splitting lyrics surrounding the American Secret Service.
The video for 'Party in the CIA' is equally as hilarious as the lyrics, depicting the story of a young man who has recently joined the CIA, poking large amounts of fun at its activities and behavior. As can be expected from Weird Al, the song is extremely catchy, humorous and highly entertaining.
Implications - An effective marketing tool for businesses to use in today's industry is humor and irony. These two qualities will be perceived in a very welcoming way, and will also portray a business as highly approachable.
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Weird Al's 'Party in the CIA' Gives Miley's Hit Song a Pentagon Twist
- By: Jaime NeelyJul 10, 2011