Adam Sandler and Jimmy Fallon Perform Coronavirus-Inspired Song "Don't Touch Grandma"

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"Don't touch grandma, leave her alone / You can spend a quarter to call her on the phone," they sang in unison on Monday's episode of 'The Tonight Show.'

Adam Sandler and Jimmy Fallon teamed up to perform another quarantine-themed song, "Don't Touch Grandma," on Monday's episode of The Tonight Show.

The actor and host both played guitar while they sang about the importance of staying away from your grandmother during the coronavirus pandemic.

"I love my grandma so much / I know she loves me, too," Fallon began, with Sandler adding, "But thanks to this stupid virus / There are some new grandma rules."

"Don't touch grandma, leave her alone / You can spend a quarter, to call her on the phone," they sang in unison.

Fallon next sang about how "grandmas like to pinch your cheek, kiss your head and hug," though he noted it is important to social distance so that she doesn't "catch any superbug."

"Grandmas want to knit you sweaters and to bake you cookies / But you must tell grandma, 'No touchy, just looky,'" added Sandler.

The musical number follows Sandler's appearance on the late night talk show last Thursday, during which the actor debuted his "Quarantine Song." Sandler dedicated the humorous song to the health care workers treating people who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.

Watch Sandler and Fallon's full performance of "Don't Touch Grandma" below.