Adam Sandler and Jimmy Fallon are here to share the “new grandmother rules”.
In Monday’s episode of “The Tonight Show: At Home Edition,” the actors joined forces for a social distance duet with grandmother amid the coronavirus pandemic.
With their guitars in hand, Fallon started singing the late night original, “Don’t Touch Grandma”: “I love my grandmother so much, I know she loves me too. “
“But thanks to this stupid virus / There are new grandmother rules,” added Sandler.
In perfect harmony, the pair continued: “Don’t touch grandma, leave her alone / You can spend a quarter to call her on the phone. Because grandmothers like to pinch your cheeks and kiss your head and kiss you / want my grandmother to catch a super bug. “
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Sandler and Fallon offered their fans another way to reach out to their high-risk loved ones (“keep the zoom”) and encouraged card games from a distance (“learn to play Canasta on the other side of the room “.)
Here’s the full song:
This is not the first time that Sandler and Fallon have teamed up to cheer up viewers through the song.
In a video appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last week, Sandler performed a humorous song about health care workers and quarantine living.
After putting on sunglasses and preparing a guitar, he sang, “The doctors and nurses will save us from this mess if we provide them with the supplies they need.” And I hope they will save us soon because I am really, really sick from my family. “
He continued, “We have to build more fans and make more masks, we have to do it now, so let’s all come together. I teach math to my kids and it can’t be good for America. ”
Contributor: Sara M Moniuszko
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