Neil Diamond Rewrites ‘Sweet Caroline’ for COVID-19 Safety

Like many of you no doubt are, we’ve long been fans of Jewish singer, Neil Diamond. So when Diamond posted this clip of his classic, “Sweet Caroline,” rewritten for our current coronavirus crisis, it provided yet another moment of need levity (and a reminder of the precautions needed) for these uncertain times. Thank you, Neil!

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