THE KNACK Changes "My Sharona" To "Bye Corona"

Brianne Constantino

Posted at March 27, 2020

Two of The Knack's surviving members - Bert Averre and Prescott Niles - finally gave in to the requests of many and shared a wacky coronavirus-themed parody of their 1979 hit "My Sharona".

Simply titled "Bye Corona", it starts off with Bert playing the song's iconic bridge riff up until the final chorus. He's later joined via split screen by Prescott and the two reunite in hilarious fashion. "Get the hell outta here," they tell the virus afterwards. The clip was uploaded on late singer Doug Fieger's YouTube page. Check it out here:

Courtesy: Doug Fieger

Speaking of parodies, a Filipino version of "My Sharona" which also talks about COVID-19 surfaced last week. See it below:

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