Lady Gaga's music is a far cry from the jazz music of the 1940s, but after listening to Scott Bradlee and Postmodern Jukebox's cover of her hit song 'Just Dance' we think the Mother Monster would probably have fit in perfectly during that period.

The band's piano and horn section gives the 'Just Dance' cover a head-bobbing rhythm. Good thing, too -- the fun, vintage performance also features tap dancer Alex MacDonald, who shows off his talents while vocalist Robyn Adele Anderson croons Gaga's lyrics.

No wonder they've dubbed this version of the song 'Just (Tap) Dance.'