In a bid to maintain spirits up, Bon Jovi revealed he’s began a observe titled “Do What You Can” after a photograph was taken of him washing dishes in his JBJ Soul Kitchen, which affords meals help to a New Jersey group. On seeing the picture, he titled it “When you’ll be able to’t do what you do, you do what you’ll be able to.”
“These try instances we’re going by way of – uncharted territory, the nice unknown,” Bon Jovi mentioned in a brand new video. “However one factor is for positive – we’re gonna make it by way of. … I did what I do finest, which is to sit down down with my guitar and attempt to put one thing into phrases for you, to brighten up your day. Right here’s my concept: We write this one collectively.”
He carried out the primary verse and refrain, then performed the chords that can go with a second verse. “You inform me your story,” he recommended. “Inform me what you’re going by way of. Inform me the way you’re feeling. Inform me should you’re hurting. … Sing your tune, you and me collectively, and bear in mind, should you can’t do what you do, you do what you’ll be able to.”
Bon Jovi’s lyrics start: “Tonight they’re shutting down the borders they usually’ve boarded up the faculties / Small cities are rolling up their sidewalks, one final paycheck coming by way of.”
And within the refrain, he sings, “When you’ll be able to’t do what you do, you do what you’ll be able to / This ain’t my prayer, it’s only a thought I’m eager to ship / Spherical right here we bend however don’t break, down right here all of us perceive / When you’ll be able to’t do what you do, you do what you’ll be able to.”
If you wish to add a suggestion for the tune, Bon Jovi mentioned it’s best to write it in your social media accounts and embody the hashtag #DoWhatYouCan.
There are at the moment a complete of round 340,000 circumstances of COVID-19 confirmed worldwide, with 14,704 useless and 99,014 recovered. That is a rise of 25,000 circumstances and 1,121 deaths in 24 hours. Within the U.S., the whole infections have reached 35,060 (up 1,514) and deaths totaled 457 (up 38).