The associated music vox pop video is composed entirely of people listening to the song on headphones and their reactions. Responses include enthusiasm, critique, and apathy; some dance, while one Ralph Walbridge, poet, gives the headphones back partway through, stating "uh..I've heard it all a million times, all the way back to all of the old records -which were much better- when they first came out, back in the 40s." Other comments include Bruce Thiessen's "as a psychologist, I'd have to say it has therapeutic value because it releases something deep inside".
MuchMusic released an official "Canadian" version of the video that uses footage of people in Toronto, near its headquarters. The video humorously censors some foreign words spoken by non-English speakers due to the words' strange pronunciations.
There were various versions of this music video. The Mexican version was directed by Alejandro "Chicle" and edited by Alejandro Davalos Cantu.