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Andrew Lincoln dedicates 'Havana' parody to departing 'Walking Dead' co-star

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Karen Butler
Andrew Lincoln and Chandler Riggs play father and son on The Walking Dead. The second half of the show's eighth season is to begin Sunday night on AMC. File Photo by John Angelillo/UPI
Andrew Lincoln and Chandler Riggs play father and son on "The Walking Dead." The second half of the show's eighth season is to begin Sunday night on AMC. File Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License Photo

Feb. 24 (UPI) -- The Walking Dead star Andrew Lincoln paid tribute to Chandler Riggs, the actor who plays his character Rick's dying son Carl, with a song parody on Twitter.

"There's no better way to say goodbye to Carl than with this beautiful serenade by Andrew Lincoln #TheWalkingDead," the show's Twitter feed teased on Saturday morning.

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Lincoln, who is dressed in a cardigan, beanie and scarf, is seen at a keyboard singing a sendup of Camila Cabello's hit "Havana."

The actor's version of the song starts off with: "Chandler, ooh, la, la. Half of my heart is in Chandler, ooh, la, la. He came from east or west Atlanta, ooh, la, la. You know I love you so much, Chandler, ooh, la, la. God, I hate those frickin' zombies. They keep eating all of my friends and family."

It ends with Lincoln telling Riggs, "You know I can't begin to say how much I miss you."

Carl revealed to Rick in the drama's mid-season finale that he had been fatally bitten in the side by a walker. The second half of the show's eighth season will begin on AMC Sunday night.

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