Each night, during this period, the former Saturday Night Live ((SNL) renowned actor and comedian invited close friends and celebrities to the late night series via webcam.
On Thursday, however, 45-year-old Fallon surprised his fan base with a very special guest: Adam Sandler – who treated viewers on an all-new song honoring frontline healthcare workers battling the new coronavirus .
“The doctors and nurses will save us from this mess / If we provide them with the supplies they need,” sings Sandler in the song written by his close friend and collaborator Dan Bulla.
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“I hope they will save us soon because I am really, really sick my family,” added the Billy madison star, jokingly deploring the extra time he has to spend with his family during his forties.
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The actor in sunglasses continued to thank and “bless” all the doctors in Italy, Spain and China, while noting the “Chinese doctors in America”.
On the global shortage of fans, Sandler, 53, sings the line: “We have to build fans and make more masks / We have to do it now, so let’s all get together / I teach math to my kids / And this may not be good for America. ”
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“Stay at home as much as you can / Make sure you wash your hands / But make this damn thing go,” he continues, encouraging good hand washing techniques, while simultaneously strumming his Ibanez guitar.
In the last line of the song, Uncut gems star struggles to maintain an offbeat rhyme scheme in a comical joke about the disappearance of his postman.
He sings: “We love you, doctors and nurses / You save lives every day / Find the cure for this shit / Because I really miss squeezing my … postman. “
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Symptoms may include fever, cough, and difficulty breathing – very similar to a cold or the flu. Some people may develop a more serious illness. Those most at risk are the elderly and people with serious chronic conditions such as heart, lung or kidney disease. If you develop symptoms, contact public health authorities.
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