I don't know about y'all, but I never thought about the possibility of a Chick-fil-A rap. Now I know what my life has been missing.
Comedian Jaron Meyers comes from a small town in the Bible Belt, so he must be very familiar with the subject matter at hand. Meyers' song "My Pleasure" (what else would a rap about Chick-fil-A be called?) is the best thing since pressure-cooked chicken.
The rap has the company culture of Chick-fil-A down to a tee; he sings about not being open on Sundays, homeschooled employees and fresh-squeezed lemonade. "You don't have to bow your head, you don't have to pray for your food. Had a bible study in the back, we already prayed for you. PRE-BLESSED."
In the video Meyers portrays the stereotypical Chick-fil-A employee in his natural environment (behind the counter, dancing with the cow) as well as out in society doing things like being helpful at the grocery store, mowing a neighbor's lawn, and the obvious next step, rescuing someone from a burning car. Not all heroes wear capes.
The rap and video are hilarious, and if you love Chick-fil-A, you'll love this song.