As a secular song, this is brilliant! Delightfully upbeat, with well-crafted lyrics full of colorful imagery. But why is Dovid Lowy singing a secular song? Particularly one that is repeatedly suggestive of things antithetical to yiddishkeit? (I'm sure he didn't mean it that way!) Please keep Hashem present in Jewish music, and be careful about the messages you're sending. P.S. RobotJox did an excellent job on the arrangement, but I can't help wondering what Eli Woznica would have done with it.
Best song ever keep it up
My children asked me to play it twice!
A great beat, a great voice, and lyrics, what more can you ask for. Full of joy and promise of a brighter day. It's title describes it perfectly!
To goyish please try to sing something a little bit more Jewish