Experience the beauty of Torah learning with the new music video for MDY’s hit single, written and composed by R’ Nachman Seltzer and brought to life through the creative vision of director Chaim Snow. This uplifting track is a perfect anthem for anyone who is passionate about Daf Yomi, the accompanying music video is a powerful visual representation of the connection between Torah and music. Whether you’re a long-time supporter of MDY or just discovering the group for the first time, this video is a must-watch for anyone interested in Daf Yomi and the beauty of R’ Eli Stefansky.


Low – It began, in a shul, in Ramat Beit Shemesh Aleph
Where a small group of men, came to hear a Magid Shiur
And they liked, the way, in which the shiur was given,
So they came back again and a few told their friends

Low – As coffee bubbled on a burner, the shiur turned a corner,
Reb Yedidya, the chavrusa, it was really quite Mehudar
So it went day after day, and then they made a siyum,
Suddenly it’s very clear, that the shiur has a kiyum

High – Cause it’s not about the daf, it’s about the yomi
And that’s something that you should never forget,
So if you miss a day, it doesn’t mean it’s over,
Just start again, don’t waste time on regret

High – And if you’ve been through Shas, once or even twice now,
Or if you haven’t learned in thirty seven years,
From the moment that you hear that first “Rabosai,”
The reason that you joined us will be clear

Low – Soon the room was all full, no seats left at the table,
Then the shiur was put online, beginning of a fable,
Am Haritz, simple charts, Omud Beis is so short,
Golden dove, grow a beard, can you give a Chumash vort?

Low – But Reb Eli had a dream, he wanted to build a center,
MDY. 8 Minute daf – if you want to learn you enter
Visitors started coming, streaming from across the ocean,
West Coast, surfer Jew, what excitement, what commotion

High – Cause it’s not about the daf, it’s about the yomi
And that’s something that you should never forget,
So if you miss a day, it doesn’t mean it’s over,
Just start again, don’t waste time on regret


High – And if you’ve been through Shas, once or even twice now,
Or if you haven’t learned in thirty seven years,
From the moment that you hear that first “Rabosai,”
The reason that you joined us will be clear

Low – So for Brachos it was ready, beautiful and filled with Torah,
And after about a week, again you couldn’t find a seat,
Noam, Gary, Avi too, sponsors really started rollin,
Filming live, Biliyack, merch, and Fishel comes a’ callin.

Low – Coffee cups, license plates, gaiveh is not just for dummies,
Then Corona hit the world, everyone is feeling crummy,
Started giving shiur alone, chevra kind of falls apart,
Will we come back home again, who will mend our broken heart?

High – But it’s not about the daf, it’s about the yomi,
And as you know, nothing fell apart,
Aderaba – it grew stronger and cohesive,
With the world of Zoom came another start

High – And across the globe, Yidden joined each morning,
Starting every day in the right way,
From the moment that they heard that first Rabosai,
It was clear to them that they were here to stay

Low – Now it’s been a couple years and the magic is still spreading,
Dr. Factor, Lions, kutach, giving shiur at a wedding,
M. Nakash, Yossi Klein, Ben Schwartz and the barber
Nesanel, good old Mark, Uncle Phil and all Hatzalah (F32) Siren sound

Low – Emails every morn, Joey Levy, Moishe Horn,
Baldman Bros teach Yevamos, Peretz Chaim finds neshomos,
And so it goes my friends, MDY just keeps on shteiging,
Getting ready for the cruise, through the ocean we’ll be gliding

High – Cause it’s not about the daf, it’s about the yomi (And the Coffee!)
And that’s something that you should never forget, (So true!)
So if you miss a day it doesn’t mean it’s over (it’s not over)
Just start again, don’t waste time on regret

High – So if you’re thinking that the time has come to daf now, (Thank you anonymous from Lakewood)
And you want to study Torah every day, (You mamesh changed my life…)
From the moment that Reb Eli says “Rabosai,” (Good morning Rabosai!)
There is no chance you’ll ever go away