Wash Your Hands

Happy Thursday! I hope you are well! ❤

Every week I have been posting a song that I hope will boost your spirits during this Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic—even if it’s just by a little bit 😉 (Check out  “Don’t Worry Be Happy,” “Handwashing Songs,”“Everything’s Not Awesome,” “Quarantine Song,” “Reflection,” “Captain Planet Theme Song,” “Fix You,”  “5,000 Candles in the Wind,” “Orchestra Medley,”  What the Word Needs Now is Love,” “Ordinary Man,” “I’ll Take You There,” “Catchy Song,” “I Can See Clearly Now,” “Sing,” “Think,” and“ Hold Your Head Up.”).

Last week, I shared the post “Put On Your Mask” about Gloria Estefan’s parody of her hit song “Get on Your Feet.” When I first saw that parody, it really made me giggle. 🙂 When I shared my post on social media, I found that others found the song to be uplifting too. In fact, when I shared last week’s post, I learned about a family that does parody videos. 😉

One of my friends told me that if I really enjoyed Gloria Estefan’s parody, I should look for the Holderness Family on YouTube and check out their funny parodies.

When I looked at their channel, the first video I watched was the one that I will be sharing today, “Wash Your Hands.”

This video was EXTREMELY entertaining! 😀 The message, of course, is especially important during this pandemic.

The acting made me laugh, and the song had such a great beat! 😀

This is the second handwashing song that I have shared. (Check out “Handwashing Songs” to see a hilarious dance video. 😉 )

Have you found any parody songs that have been posted during the pandemic that you particularly enjoy? If so, please share them! 🙂

Stay well!  ❤ (And wash your hands! 😉 )

Thoughts? Please post them :-)

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