When I try to analyze why this song over many others, I can only guess that it's because the chorus is a "nigun" - a song without words. Nigunim are not only easy to sing, they are also fun. The "bim, bom’s" "dai, dai, dai's" need very little effort to repeat and whoever sings these is participating in the singing of a "Jewish" song or prayer. Not to mention the fact that anyone can sing them even if you don't speak Hebrew or Yiddish.
The Encyclopedia Britannica defines a nigun as: "a wordless song sung by Hasidic Jews as a means of elevating the soul . . ." I simply call it "Jewish Soul Music." I hope to introduce some new nigunim at future Friday night services for you to enjoy.
In the meantime…when I say "bim", you say "bom!"