"Arabian Nights (Reprise 1)" was an unused song from Disney's 1992 animated film Aladdin. It would have been performed by the film's narrator, one of the two Genies of the original tale, about an evil wazir that would later be written into Jafar. Originally written by the late Howard Ashman while developing the story and songs, the song was cut from the final product of the film.
In the palace, right here, lived a wicked wazir
The adviser to Sultan Hamed
And this part-time magician, this amateur seer
Wished his boss, the good Sultan, dead
He was charming and slick
But unspeakably sick
This despicable parasite
What a villain, boo hiss!
Further proof, dears, that this
Is another Arabian night
- While the song was deleted it served as the inspiration of another villainous reprise that used a similar formula in a later Disney film: "The Gospel Truth II" from Hercules.