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Wash Your Hands to These Arizona Songs

Alice Cooper says, "Wash your hands, Phoenix!"
Alice Cooper says, "Wash your hands, Phoenix!" Jim Louvau
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that one of the best ways to prevent the spread of the coronavirus is to wash your hands for 20 seconds.

How do you know one-third of a minute has passed under the sink? You can sing the first few lines of your favorite song. Because we believe in keeping it local, we went to WashYourLyrics.com to generate some "how-to" posters to practice proper hygiene to the music of our favorite Arizona musicians.

Enjoy scrubbing along to these songs, and please be safe out there.



'Don't Wanna Know,' The Refreshments

There's no one around, so relax and have a drink.

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'I'm Fine,' Fairy Bones

The doctor says everything's cool. But is it?

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'Bleed American,' Jimmy Eat World

Clean the house. Stay at home. Turn on Netflix.


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'Plateau,' Meat Puppets

Don't be scared. Go outside and shake hands.

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'Poison,' Alice Cooper

On second thought, maybe you better keep your hands to yourself.

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Jason Keil was the Phoenix New Times culture editor from August 2019 to May 2020.
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