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Re: Do You Hum a 20-Second 'Hand-Washing Song'?


@Highlands72 wrote:

@dulwich wrote:

We were singing Happy Birthday twice then my neighbor said to sing Twinkle, Twinkle little Star - so we do one hand Happy Birthday other hand Twinkle Star - so we’re covered!


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If you are British, you are meant to be singing "God Save the Queen." Health Minister has sent the memo.


 

 

 

 

What I find interesting is the tune "God Save the Queen" is the exact same tune of " My Country Tis of Thee".

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Re: Do You Hum a 20-Second 'Hand-Washing Song'?

Lets put it this way, I always washed my hands of course. But now since this virus talk I am washing my hands daily more than I have washed them daily in my life. I sing under my breath 3 Happy Birthdays! Also using body butter because they are turning red from washing them! 

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Re: Do You Hum a 20-Second 'Hand-Washing Song'?


@Anonymous032819 wrote:

@Highlands72 wrote:

@dulwich wrote:

We were singing Happy Birthday twice then my neighbor said to sing Twinkle, Twinkle little Star - so we do one hand Happy Birthday other hand Twinkle Star - so we’re covered!


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If you are British, you are meant to be singing "God Save the Queen." Health Minister has sent the memo.


 

 

 

 

What I find interesting is the tune "God Save the Queen" is the exact same tune of " My Country Tis of Thee".


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I think the Americans "stole" the melody from the British.

 

Or maybe the British Americans just liked the melody and adapted it for their own purposes after the revolution.

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Re: Do You Hum a 20-Second 'Hand-Washing Song'?


@Highlands72 wrote:

@Anonymous032819 wrote:

@Highlands72 wrote:

@dulwich wrote:

We were singing Happy Birthday twice then my neighbor said to sing Twinkle, Twinkle little Star - so we do one hand Happy Birthday other hand Twinkle Star - so we’re covered!


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If you are British, you are meant to be singing "God Save the Queen." Health Minister has sent the memo.


 

 

 

 

What I find interesting is the tune "God Save the Queen" is the exact same tune of " My Country Tis of Thee".


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I think the Americans "stole" the melody from the British.

 

Or maybe the British Americans just liked the melody and adapted it for their own purposes after the revolution.


I was told that the Americans deliberately chose that tune to thumb their noses at the British. Instead of love for a monarch, they sang of love for their country. 

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Re: Do You Hum a 20-Second 'Hand-Washing Song'?

A web site had a list of songs from different decades. Abba's Dancing Queen was one but I sing in my head Mt Girl.  However, because of a lovely poster LOL I will be singing about Henry

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Re: Do You Hum a 20-Second 'Hand-Washing Song'?

Sung to the tune of Frère Jacques (granddaughter sung this years ago)

 

Over and under

Over and under

Inbetween, inbetween

rub your hands together

rub your hands together

now thery're clean

now they're clean

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Re: Do You Hum a 20-Second 'Hand-Washing Song'?

Occasionally, but doing hand washing more often. I dislike hand sanitizer unless there is no water available. I think regular hand washing properly does a better job.

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Re: Do You Hum a 20-Second 'Hand-Washing Song'?

The chorus to “Lose Yourself” by Eminem.
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Re: Do You Hum a 20-Second 'Hand-Washing Song'?

I count to 30 slowly

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Re: Do You Hum a 20-Second 'Hand-Washing Song'?

DH and I wash our hands saying "one Mississippi, two Mississippi", etc for 20-30 seconds.