Our favorite parody musician Adam Sandler has come up with a few tunes inspired by the wild turn of events. 

Sandler and Jimmy Fallon teamed up on a virtual late-night show and sang one song about social distancing away from your elderly relatives. The goofy quarantine jams are lifting fans' spirits in these difficult times. These two former SNL comedians made viewers laugh with their virtual jam session.

Fallon and Sandler sang "Don't Touch Grandma," which featured plenty of hilarious social distancing references.

The two SNL alums sang about staying away from elders to keep them safe. Of course, there were some silly references, but all in all the message rings true. Keep away from family members who aren't in your immediate household.

His first quarantine song was all about supporting medical professionals.

Sandler was dressed casually with a baseball cap on and jammed out on his guitar. Sandler begged viewers to stay in quarantine to help out medical professionals. "I hope they save us soon because I'm really, really sick of my family," Sandler jokingly sang.

Adam Sandler creates parody songs and was on tour before the coronavirus mess.

Sandler had to postpone his tour like so many other entertainers, in order to comply with stay-at-home orders. The comedian wrote, "Health officials say that large gatherings should be avoided to help stop or prevent the spread of the coronavirus, so we will reschedule the dates once things are back to normal. Stay safe, wash your hands, don’t make out with Schneider, and we will get through this like champs. Look forward to having a great night with you soon."

These funny jams are lifting fans' spirits.

"All I see is this when he sings lol. Love this movie lol," one fan tweeted. Sandler has sung plenty of jams in movies and in his comedy specials, but this is his first about a global pandemic. The severity of the situation called for two songs from the parody artist.

Many will remember Adam Sandler's famous "Hanukkah Song."

Sandler showed off his parody writing skills in an SNL segment. The comedian sang his now-famous "Hanukkah Song" to give Jewish people a holiday tune to sing along to as well.

Plus, he's sung many parody songs on his Netflix comedy special. 

Perhaps these quarantine jams will be the next addition to his comedy special. If he goes back on tour once this is all over, I guarantee he'll have plenty of content to sing and joke about. Until then, we'll be happy just watching these videos over and over again.