Lauren Daigle, Natalie Grant, and Michael W. Smith have shared some socially-distanced tunes as a special thank you to health care workers.

With the COVID-19 pandemic limiting social interaction and physical contact, many artists have had to get creative with their music.

Daigle's recently shared social distancing version of Your Wings came with a special message of encouragement to front line workers.

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The gratitude hashtag was created by Vanderbilt University Medical Center as a way for artists and others to show their gratitude to doctors, nurses, and medical staff working during the coronavirus pandemic through performing music.

Natalie Grant has participated in the online challenge, performing an acoustic version of her song, A Song A Day Keeps The Crazies Away.

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So many of you requested this song, so I pulled it and dusted it off for you. ❤️ He never promised life would be easy. Or perfect. His promise was when everything fell, we’d be held. Tonight’s song, which I’m calling my Gratitune, is dedicated to all the doctors, nurses and medical personnel serving around the world - especially doctors, nurses and medical staff at Vanderbilt University Medical Center who are serving my community and fighting this epidemic. And hey everyone: Vanderbilt has created this really cool platform where you can send your own Gratitune and doctors and nurses can listen to the music you dedicate while they work. Go check it out at www.gratitunes.com. #gratitunes #vumcheroes @vanderbilthealth #asongaday #livefromhome

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"Tonight’s song, which I’m calling my Gratitune, is dedicated to all the doctors, nurses and medical personnel serving around the world - especially doctors, nurses and medical staff at Vanderbilt University Medical Center who are serving my community and fighting this epidemic," Grant writes in the caption of her online performance.

Grant also shared the faith significance behind her choice in song.