Bryan Alexander, USA TODAY Published 6:17 p.m. ET March 18, 2020 | Updated 6:17 p.m. ET March 18, 2020CLOSE An epidemiologist answers the biggest questions she’s getting about coronavirus. WochitBono is harnessing his emotions amid the coronavirus, writing and releasing a stirring new song he’s calling “Let Your Love Be Known.”The song is the U2 frontman’s first release in three years, and is dedicated to “doctors, nurses, carers on the front line. It’s you we’re singing to,” Bono wrote on a St. Patrick’s Day Instagram post featuring the tune.Bono added that it was “for the Italians who inspired it,” a nod to viral videos of Italian citizens who have been pictured in news footage bursting into collective song while quarantined in their homes. Bono also dedicated the song to the Irish and “ANYONE who this St. Patrick’s day is in a tight spot and still singing.” Coronavirus comes to America: What Tom Hanks, Taylor Swift and more stars are saying about COVID-19Wearing purple sunglasses with the sun streaming in the window behind him, Bono played the piano and sang the tune, which he said he had written “about an hour ago.”He called it a “postcard from bubblin’ Dublin.”Lyrics include: You can’t touch but you can sing/Across rooftops/Sing down

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