Hysterical Mom Sings Of The Joys Of Self-Quarantining In “Sweet Caroline” Parody

For some families around the globe, forced self-quarantine due to the novel coronavirus outbreak is a wonderful experience full of endless quality time and rekindled hobbies. For one frazzled mom of two, however, the quarantine environment is less than ideal.

Deva Dalporto, popular YouTuber that puts her hilarious spin on today’s top songs, has done it again with her new coronavirus-inspired parody “Self-Quarantine.” Set to the fan-favorite melody “Sweet Caroline,” this mom’s parody will leave you in hysterics.

Along with “Self-Quarantine,” Dalporto has created hundreds more just as ridiculous videos on her Youtube channel, including hits such as Bruno Mars-inspired “Suburban Funk.” Who knew suburban life was so funny?

As “Self-Quarantine” reaches its peak with the hook “wash your hands, don’t reach out, don’t touch me, I won’t touch you,” we can’t help but laugh at how relatable her situation is for parents all around the world today.