It has become so popular that in the 10 days since, Jaber has shown up as a character on the wildly popular satire show Eretz Nehaderet, with a well-known comedian imitating her and tapping out the simple song — as well as a few insulting words aimed at Israeli politicians.[Israeli satirical TV show returns just in time for elections]The song has also been adopted by professional singers, with one artist chanting “Geshem Geshem Mitaftef” to a crowd of adoring fans at a show.

Israeli children are humming it in school nonstop and a popular children’s toy store just announced dress-up costumes of the teacher for the forthcoming Jewish festival of Purim.

A unit of Israeli army soldiers even filmed themselves singing along to the song — using table tops and desks to bang out the beat — during one of their breaks.