The 'Uptown Funk' Passover parody will brighten your day
by INSIDE EDITION
While Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars celebrate having the No. 1 song for the 13th straight week on Billboard with "Uptown Funk," the group Six13 gave the hit track a Passover makeover, calling it "Uptown Passover."
In a video posted on YouTube, the group pays homage to their religion and takes their audience on a trip uptown to Manhattan.
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Six13 changed all of the lyrics to fit the holiday. The hook in the original song is, "Girls hit your hallelujah," while the parody altered the line to "Kids, singin' 'ma nishtana.'" (Quick lesson: Ma Nishtana translates to 'what has changed?' They are the opening words to the Four Questions sung during Passover seder. The song asks, "Why is this night different from all other nights?" Typically, the youngest person at the table sings the Four Questions.)
"Uptown Passover" comes just in time for the holiday, which begins on Friday, April 3rd at sundown.
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