May the fourth be with you! That’s right, it’s “Star Wars” Day again — the holiday where fans dust off their best Yoda impressions and geek out about a galaxy far, far away. And just in time to celebrate, a new video marries the magic of the Force with the music of sold-out Broadway sensation “Hamilton.”

“Luke the Son of Anakin,” whose lyrics were written by comedian Nick Jack Pappas, tells the Skywalker saga to a tune from the smash musical about the ten-dollar founding father. It parodies the show’s opening number with a spoiler-heavy summary of Luke’s journey from space farm boy to Jedi knight and finally to lost recluse in the latest installment of the series. You can watch the video on YouTube or embedded below:

What if Star Wars was told in the style of hit-play Hamilton? (Nick Jack Pappas)

But even before this video, “Hamilton” creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda was part of the “Star Wars” universe: He worked with J.J. Abrams on a new cantina song for “The Force Awakens.” (News of that collaboration had fans of both pop culture sensations sharing lyrics from Hamilton that could apply to the space opera on Twitter with the hashtag #Force4Ham.)

In honor of "Star Wars" Day, Abrams joined Miranda to perform the song -- which features Huttese lyrics -- for fans camped out in the hopes of getting "Hamilton" tickets Wednesday.

And the force is clearly strong with “Hamilton,” which made Broadway history on Tuesday when it received a record 16 Tony nominations — including three just for Miranda.