A TALENTED bearded musician has written a coronavirus-inspired song to the tune of Mary Poppins' supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
The musical parody, written and performed by Daniel Matarazzo, may just be that spoonful of sugar needed to help with virus lockdown blues.
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He sings: “Now when a virus comes along it’s spreading like a plague and POTUS and his lackeys have been nothing if not vague well then you’ve got to trust the CDC and listen well unless you want to bid our free society farewell.
“There is a super bad transmittable contagious awful virus and if we don’t act quick and social distance it will mire us in a stretch of quarantine that lasts until July a super bad transmittable contagious awful virus.”
The song advises people to stay inside and cough into their arm to help the immunocompromised.
He sings: “And if you got it, better cough in your arm."
Adding in the final verses: “And so I hope at last you take the lesson here to heart, cause it’s already scary and we’re only at the start, if you get bored just think of the immunocomprised who can’t go much of anywhere unless it’s sterilized, oh.”
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The video, which was posted on March 24, has already collected more than 13,000 likes on Twitter.
This upbeat rendition comes as John Hopkins University records more than 100,000 US cases in the US, and 1,541 deaths.
Nearly 45,000 of those cases and more than 500 of those deaths happened in New York state.
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