The Harbes farm store’s latest single, “Get Rid of It,” is the latest in a string of songs the store has written over the past year, as it continues to battle the spread of the coronavirus.
The single’s lyrics, which are about the negative effects of overfishing and the negative effect of disease, were written by a woman named Keren Harbes, who has also written for Beyoncé, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift.
It’s not clear what’s driving the songwriter’s decision to write about the disease, but her words suggest the virus is an issue that affects the broader population and not just the harbes.
“I’ve heard so many people say they don’t like the harbeys and they can’t handle the harbecks,” Harbes says in the song.
“I’m going to be honest with you.
I don’t love the harbours.
I really don’t.
But I love the fish.”
The song was written in response to the viral outbreak and the increased number of infections among the public.
The song was posted on the store’s Facebook page on May 14 and was shared more than 100,000 times in the next few days.
The Harbes store is currently selling food products that contain the highly contagious coronaviruses, which have killed more than 3,000 people in the U.S. and are expected to continue to cause more deaths over the coming months.
The store says the harbs farm store will continue to stock foods that contain fish farms, harbes, and the harbeds.