The Beatles' Yellow Submarine sing-along is coming to YouTube this weekend

Quarantine yourself on the Yellow Submarine.

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On Saturday, you can sing along with Yellow Submarine. 

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If a stay at home order has you feeling cramped in your living situation, at least you're not packed into a submarine. 

On Saturday, The Beatles' YouTube channel is hosting a sing-along watch party for the 1968 animated movie, Yellow Submarine. Viewers of the psychedelic film can follow the lyrics to songs like All You Need Is Love and Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds featured in the movie.

"For those of you missing singing together, I've got good news," Beatle Ringo Starr said in a video via Twitter on Wednesday.

The website for Yellow Submarine encourages folks to dress up as characters from the movie or in their "Beatles finest," and post photos and videos of themselves signing along using the hashtag #YellowSubLive to be shared on Instagram afterward. 

The sing-along starts at 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET.