James Corden Parodies Paul McCartney With 'Maybe I'm Immune' Sendup of Trump's COVID Nonsense Speak (Video)

Maybe we’re amazed

James Corden just destroyed Donald Trump, parodied his pal Paul McCartney, and reminded us all just how great of a musician and singer he is — all in one fell swoop.

On Tuesday, the “Late Late Show” host did his best “Weird Al” Yankovic, remaking the former Beatle’s “Maybe I’m Amazed” as “Maybe I’m Immune,” a sendup of Trump’s nonsense speak following his apparently magical recovery from COVID-19.

It was really, really good — and really, really damning for the president of the United States of America.

Corden’s lyrics are told from Trump’s (warped) perspective. We’ve transcribed the first bunch of bars below.

Maybe I’m immune ’cause today I’m feeling so alive/Just don’t be afraid of the way I’m breathin’/Maybe I’m immune/It’s OK to go out for a ride/with others trapped inside/Maybe you’re immune to the lies my doctors tell you

Maybe I’m a man/And maybe I don’t wear a mask/’cause I don’t care about others/Science, I don’t really understand

Maybe I’m a man/And maybe I’m just high from this experimental cocktail/Maybe I just need some oxygen

Maybe I’m immune to the way the polls are looking now/Maybe I’m afraid that it’s not ‘fake news’

Watch the video above.

“The Late Late Show with James Corden” airs weeknights at 12:35 a.m. ET/11:35 p.m. CT on CBS.

12 Trump Tweets About the Coronavirus That Are Super Awkward Right Now (Photos)

  • President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for the coronavirus on Thursday, which makes looking back on some of his tweets over the past 10 months pretty… ironic. 

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  • On Jan. 24, the president was sure “it will all work out well.” He even personally thanked China’s President Xi.

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  • On March 18, he assured us that he “always treated the Chinese Virus very seriously.”

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  • On May 24, he said mail-in ballots would create a “rigged election… Trying to use Covid for this Scam!”

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  • On May 25, he claimied “great reviews” on his handling of COVID-19, “sometimes referred to as the China Virus.”

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  • Here’s a gem from May 28: “All over the World the CoronaVirus, a very bad ‘gift’ from China, marches on. Not good!”

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  • On June 15, he complained that the “Far Left Fake News Media” is trying to “Covid Shame us on our big Rallies.” This topic came up again few months later, at the first presidential debate, when Trump bragged that there has been “no negative effect” from his 35,000-40,000 person, largely-maskless, mid-pandemic outdoor rallies.

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  • Months before the U.S. deaths surpassed 200,000, Trump tweeted on June 25, “Coronavirus deaths are way down. Mortality rate is one of the lowest in the World.”

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  • On July 5, Trump was still blaming the rise in COVID-19 cases to “massive testing” and that death numbers are down “low and steady,” whatever that means.

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  • On July 6, Trump lamented that the “Lamestream Fake News Media REFUSE to say that China Virus deaths are down 39%.” In September, the country reached 200,000 deaths from the coronavirus. 

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  • Eight days after wearing a mask in public for the first time, he declared that “many people say that it is very Patriotic” to wear a mask on July 20.

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  • This one is particularly ironic. On Sept. 3, Trump criticized “Sleepy Joe Hiden'” for sitting back “in his basement and criticizes every move we make on the China Virus. DOING GREAT JOB!” 

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  • On Sept. 18, Trump bragged that he had done “an incredible job” with the “China virus” than Biden did with the Swine flu pandemic in 2009.

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The President and first lady tested positive for the virus Friday

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for the coronavirus on Thursday, which makes looking back on some of his tweets over the past 10 months pretty… ironic. 

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