Jewish content website published a Rosh Hashanah version of Daft Punk’s hit song “Get Lucky,” which has so far racked up some 117 million views on YouTube.
The Jewish version, admittedly, eliminates all sexual innuendo of staying up all night to “get some” and “get lucky” — opting for the more thoughtful chorus lyric “get clarity” — but features break-dancing, the sound of the shofar, Haredi guitar solos, back flips and a somewhat impressive dance choreography.
“Get Clarity” has been seen over 200,000 times, according to latest figures.
Other Aish hits include 2011’s “Rosh Hashanah Rock Anthem,” a parody of LMFAO’s Party Rock Anthem and a “Hanukka Jewish Rock of Ages,” described as a “parody of Jewish holiday parody songs,” featuring eight hit songs.
Both videos have just over 2.5 million views.