Adam Sandler simply polished up one other uncut gem.
The person who introduced us “The Hanukkah Track” premiered his new coronavirus anthem, “Quarantine Track,” on Thursday’s at-home episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
The “Saturday Night time Reside” alum’s uplifting, not-totally-parody observe pays heartfelt homage to well being care staff combating on the entrance strains of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Docs and nurses will save us from this mess if we get them the provides that they want — and I hope they save us quickly as a result of I’m actually, actually sick of my household,” Sandler, 53, belted out whereas sporting some cool mirrored shades “so you’ll be able to’t see me peeking at my notes a lot.”
Accompanying himself on electrical guitar, Sandler crooned to Fallon, “Docs introduced us into this world as infants, and docs take excellent care of your grandma … Nurses slap you round ’til they discover a good vein, they put on Crocs — and so they let you know the TRUTH!”
He additionally touched upon some powerful realities: “We’ve obtained to construct some extra ventilators and make some extra masks. We’ve obtained to do it now, so let’s all come collectively. I’m instructing math to my children, and that may’t be good for America.”
“Keep dwelling as a lot as you’ll be able to, you should definitely wash your arms, let’s make this rattling factor go away. We love you, docs and nurses; you’re saving lives every single day. Discover a treatment for this s - - t ’trigger I actually, actually miss hugging my mailman.”
All jokes apart, a soft-spoken Sandler opened the tune by telling 45-year-old Fallon, “Hey, Jimmy, I like you. Hold doing the great things you’re doing for us.”