Saturday Night Live alums Andy Samberg and Jimmy Fallon performed a TV-friendly version of the explicit 2009 song

By Stephanie Petit
Updated May 17, 2016 12:20 PM

Could this (mostly) clean version of “I’m on a Boat” be even better than the original?

The Lonely Island – a.k.a. Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone – caught up with fellow Saturday Night Live alum Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show to perform a TV-friendly version of their expletive-filled 2009 song, complete with old-school classroom instruments.

Although there wasn’t a yacht or an appearance by T-Pain like in the original video, there was a blow-up dolphin and a plastic mermaid. The Roots also got in on the fun, with everyone dressed in sailor outfits as they jammed.

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Fallon and The Roots have previously busted out the classroom instruments to recreate hits like "Holiday" with Madonna and "Hello" with Adele.

The Lonely Island appeared on the late night show to promote their upcoming mockumentary, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, which hits theaters June 3.