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As the nation slowly goes stir-crazy under the coronavirus shutdown, the content we've been creating has become increasingly crazed (see: Madonna). But just as Shakespeare used a plague quarantine to write "King Lear," the coronavirus creators are also getting creative.

Case in point: comedian and musician Whitmer Thomas' "Big Baby," a nonsensical, impossibly catchy tune about how you are a big baby, sung by Thomas wearing a David Byrne-esque suit and a baby face filter:

If you, like us, find yourself hopelessly hooked on the tune, you can find it on Spotify.

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