Don't worry, it's super clean.
Howard Stern took time out from broadcasting his SiriusXM show from home on Monday morning (April 6) with a sweet acoustic song he wrote for his wife Beth to thank her for her tireless efforts to keep their house clean during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.
Stern, a self-avowed germaphobe who has been fretting about all the ways he might contract the novel coronavirus since his return to the air last week, explained to sidekick Robin Quivers that he felt inspired to write the song after watching his wife scour every surface over and over again.
"Do you want me to sing my song to you about how much I appreciate you cleaning the house," Stern asked. "Is it a real song? I thought you were kidding," Beth replied as Quivers looked on with a wide smile for the command performance of the track Stern had debuted earlier in the show. "Beth is the perfect wife/ She loves Clorox and Lysol wipes," Stern sang in a folky, Neil Young-adjacent warble while strumming his guitar.