Illinois firefighter parodies country song to promote public safety, brighten spirits amid COVID-19 pandemic

  • Source: WBBM News Radio
  • Published: 09/28/2020 12:00 AM

VIDEO: A Naperville firefighter found a creative way to tell residents ‘Get Your Mask On’. You may have heard Florida Georgia Line's song 'Get Your Shine On', but one Naperville firefighter and paramedic has a different version. Billy Croft wrote 'Get Your Mask On' as a way to promote public safety and bring a little humor to life amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “We all should be advocating for everybody’s safety and that’s why we’re here, particularly to help the community that we serve and this is just part of it,” he said. Croft, who moonlights as a country music singer, wrote lyrics including everything from going to the grocery store, “pray to God they have TP” to proper sanitizing techniques, “sanitizer smelling so strong, wash your hands to the bone.” Croft hopes to bring awareness to coronavirus best practices with a touch of humor.


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