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3,000 people have died from the novel coronavirus to date. I know very well how this virus could impact my family. Freddie Mercury of Queen photographed in 1982. At this point, none of us really need a reminder to wash our hands properly or self-quarantine in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus. There have been dozens of videos, original songs and daily reminders from health experts about staying safe during the lockdown caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic.

But you know what we kind of did need? A parody of Queen’s «Bohemian Rhapsody» refashioned as «Coronavirus Rhapsody» with lyrics about the current state of our world, of course. The track, with new lyrics by Dana Jay Bein and vocals by Adrian Grimes is just meant to be «some humor to see us through the COVID-19 crisis,» according to the description of the video. Just hand sanitize quickly,» Grimes sings over the iconic track. I want to emphasize that I know where these people are coming from,» Grimes wrote. Every day that my wife goes to work, I hope it is another ‘bonus’ day we get together before the wave hits and I don’t have to quarantine her and stop our children from hugging her. Billboard is part of MRC Media and Info, a division of MRC. The Biz premium subscriber content has moved to Billboard.

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So far, we’ve already heard tons of ‘My Corona’ parody covers, using the tune from The Knack’s ‘My Sharona’, while Billy Joel’s ‘We Didn’t Start The Fire’ also recently received a hilarious Covid-19 themed send-up on social media. But one Twitter user called Dana Jay Bein probably takes the cake for her immensely popular viral parody of ‘Queen’s’ evergreen classic, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, which is one of the world’s most frequently-played tracks even today. Starting yesterday afternoon, March 18, Dana Jay Bein starting posting some imaginative coronavirus-themed lyrics in a series of tweets, set to the tune of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, which was first released by Freddie Mercury and Queen in 1975. The resulting tune was called the ‘Coronavirus Rhapsody’ and hundreds of thousands of fans loved her coronavirus version so much that they succeeded in making it go, erm, viral. Even ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic would be proud of her efforts! Dana started off by tweeting out the first batch of lyrics, prefacing it with a warning that the current state of the world was probably getting to her while she sat cooped up at home. I’ve lost my mind,» joked Bein. She then shared the first lines of the hilarious song — «Is this a sore throat, is this just allergies?

Caught in a lockdown, no escape from reality. And that was just the beginning — that tweet spawned a whole thread of lyrics that carried the ‘Coronavirus Rhapsody’ theme forward. I look out the window, the curve doesn’t look flatter to me, to me. You can view the entire hilarious thread of lyrics by clicking here. Needless to say, fans on social media absolutely loved her ridiculous ‘Coronavirus Rhapsody’ parody and as of now, Dana’s post has over 160,000 retweets and over half a million likes already. Fans are even posting their own vocal covers of her lyrics far and wide — here’s a brilliant version by the talented artiste Franchise posted below for your viewing pleasure.

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And we have to say the ‘Coronavirus Rhapsody’ is probably one of the best things to ever come out of this horrific global pandemic. So stay safe and stay entertained, y’all! There’s still hope for humanity after all. We are one of the world’s fastest growing media-tech companies with hubs around the world. MEAWW brings you the best content from its global team of reporters on a platform technologically tailored to meet the needs of the modern reader. Это стандартная проверка безопасности, которую мы проводим, чтобы предотвратить отправку автоматических запросов. Comedian Dana Jay Bein wrote that from quarantine in his apartment, and says watching it take off online in thousands of videos and movie star retweets has been surreal. Gunna «Need U» is available now!

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