It’s Friday today, and I’m feeling slightly under the weather now, so today… I am going to show you an unbelievable music video on Youtube… quite literally. I hope this song will cheer you up for the weekend.

If you are a Singaporean, then you probably have heard of this song, it has gone viral in Singapore as far as I know. And understandably so, you will know after you watch it. If this was Korean or American, it would probably hit 50 million or even 100 million views in no time. As it is, this video has only over 1.7 million views as of now.

I so stunned like vegetable when my friend first sent me the link to this video. I cursed her for wasting two and a half minute of my life. And then I watched it on repeat for a few more times. And then I forwarded the link to my other friends and received similar curses.

And now I am here sharing this video to you guys too. Hopefully you guys don’t curse me. Please just watch the video. Not just the song, but also the epic dance moves! Lighten up and have a great weekend! Cheers! πŸ˜€

[P.S.: Don’t leave spoilers in the comments!]


    • It would be even better if you include the dance moves πŸ˜€ ! Although I am not sure how much she can appreciate this song, this is a typical 70s Taiwanese song style, but with broken English lyrics.

    • Ya, the director said, the idea is to take a 70s Hokkien classic style, but sing it with Singaporean English. It is really quite funny. πŸ˜€

    • Aiya, so this is old wine ah… I thought I sharing something new tsk. But hahaha, when I heard that part, I also so stunned like vegetable! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

  1. I can’t help but feel he’s trying a bit too hard…more like a put on (with a ridiculous wig to boot)! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ Not natural like Psy…probably that’s why not so many hits!

  2. It sounds like most Taiwanese songs to me. I used to live next door a guy who starting howling songs like this at 8 a.m. every Sunday morning and his karaoke session would continue all day. I ended up playing music all day to drown him out.

    • LOL! But that’s the epitome of the 70s/80s Chinese (and probably Taiwanese) culture! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

  3. My spouse tried to show me this video sometime ago but I said to him, don’t waste my time and I did not even watch a single minute. Why? Don’t get me started.

    Hope you feel better. Have a good weekend!

  4. I just watched an epic Florence and the Machine video on YouTube…and this… πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ Certainly two and a half minutes of life wasted. I think it can be a very good karaoke video that you can put on the karaoke machine in those big Chinese restaurants in Malaysia, or played during Chinese wedding reception πŸ˜€

    Get well, feel better soon.

    • This song would be a hit in Chinese wedding dinners! You know the idea of this song was to take a Chinese oldies but give it English lyrics.

      • Oh yes. Certainly Chinese oldies and when the song played, I thought it sounded awfully familiar, something my parents used to listen to in their hey day.

        They lyrics are so simple. Everyone at the Chinese weddings will be singing, no one eating πŸ˜€

        • I would prefer to listen to this song than the same old, usual stuff to be honest! πŸ˜€

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