Jimmy Fallon is notorious for his hilariously funny song covers. Of course, the covers typically include famous celebrities. Occasionally, Jimmy and the band The Roots will perform song covers using classroom instruments. You know what I’m talking about: Playskool xylophones, kazoos, tambourines, hand clappers, bongos, mini Casio keyboards, and so forth. Last night, Jimmy, The Roots, Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer, and Jorma Taccone teamed up to perform a cover of “I’m On A Boat” using classroom instruments. You MUST check out this hilarious cover!
The song originally debuted back in 2009. Jimmy and the group brought the song back with style and pizazz! The music video would not be complete without sailor outfits and sunglasses that pair nicely with the theme of the song! The song needed to have a few modifications due to inappropriate language, which just makes the music video even more hilarious. You have to check out this funny video of the group performing below.