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9 COVID-19 Parody Songs

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Need a laugh? Read on to see the best COVID-19 parody songs.

Need a laugh? Read on to see the best COVID-19 parody songs.

Info on COVID-19

Here are some resources to learn more about the coronavirus without having to watch the news. Most of all, use common sense. The virus spreads quickly as this is new to everyone's immune system.

Parodies During COVID-19

Song parodies have long been part of the music industry. Most are fun and lighthearted. When I was a teenager, Weird Al Yankovic was the first parody songwriter to catch my attention. He's still going strong today. One of his latest parodies, "The Hamilton Polka," proves how talented he is. (I'd also recommend the country parody singer Cletus T. Judd).

In 2020, people had a lot of time on their hands (unfortunately). To stay sane, many people came out with their own song parodies. The songs on this list are a little different, because they have messages about being safe during a virus. (This sure is a strange time for parody songs!) But, I'm sure there will be a shift once we reach peak coronavirus parody. Without further ado, here are my favorites.

Funniest COVID-19 Parody Songs

  1. Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" Parody
  2. Chris Mann's "Hello" Parody
  3. Adrian Grimes and Dana Jay Bein's "Bohemian Rhapsody" Parody
  4. The Taylor's "Come on Eileen" Parody
  5. Adam Sandler's "Quarantine Song"
  6. Alexandra Hosbach's "Not Leavin' on a Jet Plane" Parody
  7. Brent McCollough's "Stayin' Alive" Parody
  8. David Scott's "Yesterday" Parody
  9. Phoenix Chamber Choir's "For the Longest Time" Parody

1. Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" Parody

Original by: Neil Diamond

About Neil Diamond

Born: January 24, 1941

From: Brooklyn, New York, NY

Spouse: Katie McNeil (m. 2012), Marcia Murphey (m. 1969–1995), Jayne Posner (m. 1963–1969)

Neil Leslie Diamond is an American singer-songwriter and actor. He has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling musicians of all time.

2. Chris Mann's "Hello" Parody

Original by: Adele

About Chris Mann

Born: May 5, 1982

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From: Wichita, Kansas, U.S.

Christopher Michael Mann is an American singer-songwriter from Wichita, Kansas. He came in fourth on the second season of NBC's television singing competition The Voice in 2012.

3. Adrian Grimes and Dana Jay Bein's "Bohemian Rhapsody" Parody

Original by: Queen

About Adrian Grimes

Adrian Grimes is musician from Madison, WI, United States. He's best known for cowriting the viral internet parody "Coronavirus Rhapsody."

About Dana Jay Bein

Dana Jay Bein (DJB) is a Cambridge, MA-based comedian, comedy instructor, and motivator, best known for writing the viral internet parody "Coronavirus Rhapsody" in March of 2020.

4. The Taylors' "Come on Eileen" Parody

Original by: Dexy's Midnight Runners

About The Taylors

Entering their 13th year in Southern Gospel, The Taylors are an award-winning brother-sister trio from the heart of North Carolina. With their smooth, family-blended harmony, Jonathan, Suzanne, and Chris have been delighting listeners with their spirits and enthusiasm through music.

5. Adam Sandler's "Quarantine Song"

Written by: Dan Bula

Debut: April 2, 2020 on Jimmy Fallon's The Tonight Show, Home Edition

About Adam Sandler

Born: September 9, 1966

From: Brooklyn, NY

Adam Sandler is an entertainer, comedian, actor, and singer-songwriter from Brooklyn, NY, United States. He's best known for being on Saturday Night Live and starring in many movies like Bedtime Stories, The Waterboy, Happy Gilmore, and Grown Ups.

6. Alexandra Georgas' "Not Leavin' on a Jet Plane" Parody

Original by: John Denver

About Alexandra Georgas

Alexandra Georgas is a writer, singer, performer, and volunteer. You can find out more about her at her website.

7. "Stayin Alive" Parody by Brent McCollough

Original by: Bee Gees

About Brent McCollough

Brett McCullough runs Brent McCollough Studios in Nashville, TN. He is a young singer, pianist, songwriter, composer, and producer pursuing his passion.

8. David Scott's "Yesterday" Parody

Original by: Beatles

About David Scott

David Scott is the founder of the Kiffness, a live electronic act from Cape Town, South Africa, that he started in 2011. The act has earned SAMA nominations and released multiple singles that have reached the top 10 of the top 40 charts.

9. Phoenix Chamber Choir's "For the Longest Time" Parody

Original by: Billy Joel

About Phoenix Chamber Choir

From: Vancouver, BC, Canada

Founded in 1983, Phoenix Chamber Choir is one of Canada’s finest vocal ensembles. It is renowned for diverse and eclectic programs from the Renaissance to the contemporary, commissions from Canadian and international composers, and North American premieres of significant new works. The choir has released more than 10 CDs throughout its history.

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Tom Fattes (author) from Naperville, IL on May 16, 2020:

Thanks for the add.

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