Neil Diamond Sings Updated Coronavirus Version of ‘Sweet Caroline’

Neil Diamond Sings Updated Coronavirus Version of ‘Sweet Caroline’

Neil Diamond Sings Updated Coronavirus Version of ‘Sweet Caroline’

United States singer Neil Diamond has changed the lyrics of one of his best-known songs in response to the coronavirus.

"And I think maybe if we sing together, well we'll just feel a little bit better".

Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. "Give it a try okay?", he shared before he began to strum his guitar and sing the well-known lyrics to his 1969 smash hit, "Sweet Caroline".

Neil Diamond is back with some brilliant advice around self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic and of course, washing your hands.

An added bonus: Diamond's adorable dog, Shamrock, makes a cameo at the beginning of the video - and then has been lulled to sleep by the end of the song.

Washing his hands at home, Gallagher sang revised hits including "Wonderwash", "Soapersonic" and "Champagne Soapernova".

"Stay safe out there", wrote Diamond in the video's caption.

In a Twitter video, the singer says it is a rough time for everyone.

The internet beat Diamond to the joke late last month, with viral memes about the song's hand-related lyrics altered to be about washing and not touching weeks before the artist's tweet.

This isn't the first time the song has received increased spotlight during the coronavirus outbreak.

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