After receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, legendary singer Carole King shared a twist on one of her classic songs to encourage others to also get vaccinated.
The four-time Grammy winner, 79, posted a video on Monday getting the vaccine, adding the hashtag #VaccinesSaveLives to her post.
The "So Far Away" singer also posted photos with those who administered her vaccine and a message to show her appreciation: "Thanks to all the vaccinators!!"
King then shared a reworked version of her 1971 hit, "It's Too Late," to encourage others to get vaccinated when they can. "It's not too late, baby/It's not too late/And you really are gonna make it," she sings in the clip.
"You're gonna be so strong and healthy/When it's your turn, just take it/Don't be too late, baby/Don't hesitate," she adds.
King captioned the post, "Thank you @dollyparton for inspiring me to record my own vaccination song. #covidvacccine #ᴠᴀᴄᴄɪɴᴇssᴀᴠᴇʟɪᴠᴇs."
When Parton received her first dose of the COVID vaccine earlier this month, she shared a reimagined version of her classic hit, "Jolene," to encourage vaccination.
“Vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaccine/ I’m begging of you please don’t hesitate/Vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaccine/Because once you’re dead then that’s a bit too late," she sang in a video that featured her getting vaccinated.
After singing the tune, Parton added, "I know I’m trying to be funny now, but I’m dead serious about the vaccine. I think we all want to get back to normal, whatever that is. And that would be a great shot in the arm, wouldn’t it, if we could get back to that."