There are two tried and true facts in this world: "Uptown Funk" is an awesome song and older people singing modern-day hits is hilarious and adorable.
Singer Alex Boye did the math, and just added these two things together to create a really fun cover of the popular Mark Ronson-Bruno Mars collaboration -- and it's taking the internet by storm.
Boye's video is a pitch-perfect send up of "Upton Funk"'s stylish video, only replacing the nice car with a rascal scooter and all the young backup dancers with older singers in their late 50s and 60s. Check out the original version for a comparison.
Boye, a Mormon performer whose created a number of well-known, "sanitized" covers of pop songs, also made a few alterations to the lyrics -- including changing the line "Fill my cup, put some liquor in it" to "put some Kool-Aid in it."
Speaking of cover versions, the Fox musical dramedy Glee will also be showcasing their version of "Uptown Funk" in an upcoming episode. Check out the sneak peek in the video below.