You Have AIDS
From the episode: FG405 - The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire
FG1104 - Yug Ylimaf
Singers: Peter Griffin & Barbershop Quartet
Voices: Seth MacFarlane, Bob Joyce, Jon Joyce, Randy Crenshaw, Rick Logan

"You Have AIDS" is a musical number featured in the fourth season episode "The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire". The song, dedicated to AIDS patient Mr. Devanney features Peter Griffin joining a Barbershop Quartet in a performance describing his grim situation.

The gag in which the song was featured drew protests from several AIDS service organizations.[1] Several people associated with the show defended the "You Have AIDS" song, saying the song was meant to be tasteless, "because that's the joke."

In "Yug Ylimaf", with time having been reversed, Peter and the quartet are seen coming back from the hospital and singing a snippet of the song and walking backwards into the house with Peter excited to cheer up Mr. Devanney.




Dr. Hartman: I don't know how to tell you this, Mr. Devanney, so I'll let these guys do it.

Peter: ♪ You have AIDS ♪

Group: ♪ Yes, you have AIDS ♪

Peter: ♪ I hate to tell you, boy ♪ ♪ that you have AIDS ♪

Group: ♪ You got the AIDS ♪

Peter: ♪ You may have caught it when you stuck ♪ ♪ that filthy needle in here ♪ Indicates arm.

Group: ♪ Or maybe all that unprotected sex put you here ♪

Peter: ♪ It isn't clear ♪

All: ♪ But what we're certain of is ♪

Peter: ♪ You have AIDS ♪

Group: ♪ Yes, you have AIDS ♪

Peter: ♪ Not HIV,

All: but full-blown AIDS ♪

Group: ♪ Be sure that you see ♪ ♪ That this is not HIV ♪

All: ♪ But full-blown AIDS ♪ ♪ Not HIV, but really full-blown AIDS ♪

Bass Solo: ♪ I'm sorry, I wish it was something less serious ♪

All: ♪ But it's AIDS ♪ ♪ You've got the AIDS. ♪