WATCH: Orthodox Jews Perform A Rosh Hashanah-Themed Version of ‘Get Lucky’

L'shanah tovah, everyone!

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Rosh Hashanah is a time for new beginnings. So, as the holiday approaches, that probably means we should all take this opportunity to officially retire Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and find a new song to obsess over. But first, before we do that, let’s take a moment to appreciate the latest version of the song to surface on the Internet: a delightful tribute to the Jewish new year, which begins this Wednesday evening.

Seriously, this has everything you could ever want: introspective lyrics, epic beards, plenty of shofar, breakdancing, and choreography so intense that kippahs are literally flying off heads. Kippahs are flying off heads!

(PHOTOS: Ultra-Orthodox Jews Mark Talmudic Rites)

The video comes from the folks at Aish.com, who’ve made a tradition of giving pop songs the Rosh Hashanah treatment. Past installations have included “Rosh Hashanah Rock Anthem,” a parody of “Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO:

As well as “What Makes Rosh Hashanah Beautiful,” a parody of “What Makes You Beautiful” by One Direction:

15 comments
docjrfree7
docjrfree7

@TIME LET US HELP THE PRESIDENT FIND THE REFUGEES SPONSORS SO THEY CAN BE OUT OF HARMS WAY.

dseids
dseids

@TIME: There's a lot of epic breakdancing in this Rosh Hashanah-themed version of 'Get Lucky' ti.me/1dP9Hea Shana Tova !

gatoconpipa
gatoconpipa

@juje80 Ya van como 3 juntadas a las que voy y alguno salta con "Pone esa version en youtube que es un cago de risa".Me van a hacer odiar DP

juje80
juje80

@gatoconpipa yo creo q estamos a dos videos mas de get lucky de poder odiar libremente, sin tapujos, a DP