From the CDC-recommended 'Happy Birthday' to 'It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)'

Earlier today we published a List of songs to which we are currently washing our hands. These are not those songs.

"Happy Birthday" 

This is the song the CDC suggested that everyone hum twice as a means of timing the 20 seconds needed to successfully sanitize one's hands from the coronavirus, but I imagine most people don't even enjoy hearing this tune the one day a year it's actually appropriate.

"Let It Go"

Working from home with two daughters, including an infant and a 3-year-old, means that this song is already the soundtrack to most of my waking existence.

Literally anything off Justin Bieber's Changes

The sole silver lining of the lingering concert shutdowns might be that Bieber shouldn't have to worry about not filling Nationwide Arena after already downgrading his Columbus tour stop from its originally announced Ohio Stadium location.

Gal Gadot and other celebs sing "Imagine"

Sometimes Hollywood lives up to the image in which it's portrayed on "South Park."

Any coronavirus song featuring Bono

This includes "Sing for Life" (included below) and "Let Your Love Be Known." Maybe slow your roll a bit and let's see how this thing unfolds before shading it in overwrought golden hues.

"The Song That Doesn't End"

We want to be thorough when washing our hands, but not that thorough.

R.E.M.: "It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)"

Maybe a little too on the nose right now.

Whatever the hell this is 

This landed in my inbox just minutes before I hit publish and now I want you all to suffer as much as I have.