Michele Bachmann has said she is disappointed with how NBC delivered an apology over a Jimmy Fallon song flap, the New York Daily News reported.

During an appearance last week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the band played a portion of a 1985 song titled Lying Ass Bitch.

The song includes the lyrics, “She always says she needs you, but you know she really don't care.”

Fallon's house band the Roots is led by Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, who said that the song was a “tongue-in-cheek and spur-of-the-moment decision.”

Fallon said in a tweet that he was “so sorry about the intro mess” and Thompson took responsibility for the gaff.

“The show was not aware of it and I feel bad if her feelings were hurt,” Thompson said. “That was not my intention.”

Doug Vaughn, NBC's senior vice president for special programs, also apologized in a letter to the Republican presidential candidate.

Bachmann, however, said the apology fell short because it wasn't delivered from the network's CEO.

“Of course I accept the apology but my guess is that it would have been the president of the NBC that would have been apologizing not a senior vice president,” had a similar situation occurred to Michelle Obama, she told KLIF radio in Dallas.

She also dismissed Thompson's claim that the song choice was a spontaneous decision.

“Clearly it wasn't. It was premeditated,” she insisted. “[Thompson] had tweeted twice before the show what his intentions were.”

“I'm a serious candidate for the presidency of the United States, but I'm a conservative Republican woman. That's a double standard,” she added.