Look At Rita! is a short song from Les Miseranimals.
Kitty Dukockis: Look at Rita, primping up her fur.
Cat Ballue: Thinks she's such a fancy one Just listen to her purr.
Kitty Litter : Arrogant Rita, oh so marvelous.
All three: Haughty precious kitty, better than the rest of us. PU, girl, you're odoriferous!
Kitten: Guess what I saw; I saw it with me own eyes.
Monsieur Tristesse has no more meat for his pies.
Believe it or not, he threw Fat Cat in a pot.
Fat Cat escaped but if Tristesse has his way
He'll make a Fat Cat soufflé!
Dukockis: No, not a cat!
Kitten: It was Fat Cat.
Ballue: It was a cat?
Kitten: A kitty cat!
All four: Oh, save us, God! We're living with a Sweeney Todd!
Ballue: Give him Rita; Rita's nice and fat!
Dukockis: Rita must be tasty, why, she's an aristocrat.
All four: To the kitchen; throw her in a vat!
Rita: Never underestimate the little guy.
- This song is a parody of "Lovely Ladies" from Les Miserables.
- This song uses an allusion from the novel Sweeney Todd, depicting a man who pretended to be a barber who killed his customers and cooked them into pies. This is a clear reference to Rita's owner being a parody of Sweeney Todd.