Rosh Hashanah: Can’t Stop the Feeling

Justin Timberlake, celebrating the new year and the joy of being Jewish.

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Lyrics by
Music by Justin Timberlake, Max Martin and Shellback
Cover Track by Ido Zeleznik and Michael HarPaz
Vocals Performed by Michael HarPaz
Directed by Shoot East
Choreography by Street Art Productions – Lions of Zion crew. Click here to visit their facebook page.

Let's please all do our part, with God's help,
to make this a year of love and unity for the Jewish People

Shana Tova

Joshua Landes


I got this feeling inside my soul
It goes electric, wavy when I turn it on
I’m doing a mitzvah, I’m coming home
We're flying up, got tzitzis, when we in our zone

I got my Torah in my pocket
Got that good soul leading me
I feel that pleasure in my soul when it does pop, ooh
I can take my eyes up off it, moving so phenomenally
Reachin’ out, my soul can rock it, so don't stop

And when I hear that voice inside go
“Nowhere to hide, you don’t need to grow
Just be a body, you already know
So just imagine, just imagine, just imagine”
I’m not gonna listen to ya; just grow, grow, grow yeah
Goodness creeping up on me
Torah – grow, grow, grow, c’mon
All those mitzvahs I should do
Torah, learn and know yeah
And my soul ain't leaving soon, here I grow, yeah

I can't stop the feeling
So just grow, grow, grow
I can't stop the feeling
So here we go, go, go, come on

Ooh, it's something magical
It’s Rosh Hashanah, time to choose, souls yearning on
Don't need no lying, I’ve got control
I fly so high, no cheating, out my comfort zone

'Cause I got my Torah in my pocket
Got that good soul telling me
I got to use all my potential, just choose life, ooh
Time to make that greater vision, living so phenomenally
Rosh Hashanah’s gonna rock it, and that’s right

Open machzor cuz everything goes
A new beginning when God is so close
Makin’ choices when shofars are blown
So just imagine, just imagine, just imagine
Love that inner Jew in you, just dance, dance, dance
Feeling good, good, creeping up on you
So just dance, dance, dance, come on
All those mitzvahs you can do
So just dance, dance, dance
And my soul ain't leaving soon, so keep dancing

I can't stop the feeling
We got this feeling everybody
I can't stop the feeling
We got this feeling in my soul
I can't stop the feeling
We got this feeling everybody
I can't stop the feeling
We got this feeling in my soul
I can't stop the feeling
We got this feeling everybody, come on

Comments (7)

(7) Barry, September 20, 2017 2:59 PM

Love this! Chag Sameach!

What a great song! I was hoping for a little pick me up before yom tov and this was perfect! keep up the good work and the great music and dancing!
PS - Shout out to the ladies W, from EB!

(6) Marvin Gold, September 14, 2017 6:29 PM



(5) Wilfredo Vargas, September 23, 2016 3:11 AM

I love it! Shana Tova to all.

(4) Maxine, September 21, 2016 10:13 PM

Who says Hebrews aren't cool?

Love to see us dance and sing--just as heartfelt as ravening. Shows that history hasn't robbed the tribes of joy. Our angry Arab neighbors would do well to bring their way of loving G-D to the 21st Century instead of finding ways to scare any love of them off. Makes me wonder why anti-semitism is on the rise. We're such good people. One thing--there are awesome female dancers among us--would like to see that.

(3) ET, September 21, 2016 6:34 PM


Even more Awesome!,
Inspiring, Thank you!!

(2) Shelia kirby, September 21, 2016 5:10 PM

love the singin vedo


(1) Patrick Young, September 21, 2016 2:11 PM

A beautiful message with optimism for a New Year.

Beautiful video! It put a smile on my face and warmth in my heart, replacing, somewhat, the anxious and negative feelings I'm having these days in the US about politics, Black Lives Matter, world antisemitism, and terrorism.


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