Family turns Bonnie Tyler's 'Total Eclipse Of The Heart' into a hilarious parody about Covid-19

Publish Date
Friday, 12 February 2021, 2:31PM

For as long as we can remember, music lovers have been singing their way through disastrous times ... and the current coronavirus pandemic is no different.

Social media feeds have been awash with a multitude of coronavirus-themed song parodies communicating the important messages of hygiene whilst also poking fun at social restrictions.

But we think we may have just discovered the best parody yet!

Rejigging Bonnie Tyler's 1983 hit 'Total Eclipse Of The Heart,' a family of six from Kent in the UK have brought the song into the current day with the new norm of living during the pandemic.

The song, fittingly named 'Totally Fixed Where We Are', has since racked up more than 430,000 views and over 550 comments.

Why did they create the parody? Because we could all use a laugh in these unprecedented times.

Too good!