What if the Beatles songs were about the COVID-19 pandemic?
We might have songs like:
Help! I Need Some Toilet Paper!
All You Need is Hand Sanitizer
Can’t Buy Me Lysol Wipes
Eight Zoom Meetings a Week
She’s Leaving Home to Go to The Grocery Store But She’ll Be Wearing a Mask and Gloves So It’s Okay
I Don’t Want to Hold Your Hand
With a Little Social Distancing From My Friends
All Together Now (In One Tiny Apartment and We’re Driving Each Other Nuts)
You’ve Got To Hide Your Chocolate Stash Away (Or I’ll Find It and Eat It All)
I Should Have Known Better Than to Go to the Bank Without Wearing A Mask
The Long and Winding Zoom Meeting
P.S. I Love Being Able To Get Out Of The House To Walk The Dog
Got To Get You Into My Safe Quarantine Space
I’ve Just Seen a Face Wearing a Mask Thank God Because I Totally Don’t Want to Catch This Thing
While My Stock Market Portfolio Gently Plummets
I Saw Her Standing There (But I Had To Maintain an Appropriate Physical Distance So I Couldn’t Talk To Her)
Do You Want to Know A Secret? I Just Had a Zoom Meeting With My Boss and I Wasn’t Wearing Any Pants.
I Don’t Want To Spoil the Party So I’ll Stay Home and Not Infect Anybody
Twist and Cough
Baby You Can Take My Temperature
Antibody Test Me Do
Here Comes the Ventilator
Happiness is a Warm Coronavirus Vaccine. Or a Cold One. Just Somebody Figure Out How to Stop this Thing, Please?
I’m Happy Just To Dance With You Inside Our Tiny Apartment and Patiently Wait For All of This To Be Over