Jimmy Fallon's 'Wash Your Hands' Bathroom Jingle Is Here to Curb Coronavirus

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Host Jimmy Fallon during the monologue on April 24, 2019.

A lot of artists have repurposed their hits for hand-washing PSAs, from The Killers' "Mr. Brightside" to Mariah Carey's "Fantasy," but late-night host Jimmy Fallon put his pipes to work on an original jingle titled "Wash Your Hands" he premiered Monday (March 16) via Twitter.

Yes, it's as straightforward as it sounds -- "Wash your hands, wash your hands," he sings half the time -- but Fallon's two daughters Francis and Winnie sprinkle in some cuteness for their special sink-side cameo. "Do not touch your face!" Fallon belts out, startling his 5- and 6-year-old girls, respectively, while they're scrubbing their hands.

"If you wash your hands and do not touch your face, then the world will be a better place," the 45-year-old TV personality concludes his 20-second jingle, the perfect amount of time to thoroughly wash one's hands, according to health experts.

Follow Fallon's hand-washing guidelines below: