Experts Recommend You Wash Your Hands As Long As The Drum Solo In “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida”

Experts say you should wash your hands to prevent the spread of Coronavirus and other infectious diseases, suggesting you should do it for the entire duration of Ron Bushy’s drum solo in the classic psychedelic song, Iron Butterfly’s “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida”. That is beginning around the six minute mark and ending around, (I dunno) somewhere around the ten minute mark. We are not really sure when it ends, it keeps going on and on with the thumpety-thump. Just keep washing your hands till the band kicks back in.

Iron Butterfly’s “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” is long! 17 minutes long! Damn! Good thing you only have to wash your hands just for the entire drum solo.

Listen to Iron Butterfly’s “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” on Cottage Country Vol. 3:

We realize that you may not have the original 1968 LP on hand when you go to the bathroom, so we made this handy “wash your lyrics” chart of the drums to give you an idea:

In all seriousness though, wash your hands often and thoroughly. BE SAFE! To make a “real” wash your lyric chart go to: .

Here is our copy of The Standells: “well I love that dirty water…!

Listen to The Standells’s “Dirty Water” on Cottage Country Vol. 10 and avoid dirty water. Soapy water good. Dirty water bad.

Listen to ‘CABIN FEVER’ – A Disco Rock Mix! New Disco / Rock Mix for 2020 by Dougie Boom!

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