"Saturday Night Live" this week featured a Boyz II Men-style song about missing Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaBiden is thinking about building that wall — and that's a good thing White House races clock to beat GOP attacks On North Korea, Biden should borrow from Trump's Singapore declaration MORE, performed by the former president's friend and musician Chance the Rapper.

Chance the Rapper, who hosted SNL this week, performed the ballad alongside cast members Chris Redd and Kenan Thompson, with all three lamenting the end of Obama's presidency. 

"Every night I turn the TV on and cry, and I cry, and I cry, I say why, I feel like we're all gonna die," the three sing.


"I'm in hell, dreaming about you and Michelle," the song continues. 

“We didn't know just what we had. Now things are looking bad. Like really bad, like World War bad, like nuclear bad,” they sang, with Chance adding, “When I think of change, the only change I want is you.”

Chance is close to Obama, and even launched a clothing line earlier this year inspired by the former first family, called "Thank U Obama."

Chance, who like Obama is from Chicago, attended a state dinner at the White House last October. He told The Hill at the time that he had a recurring dance battle going with the then-president. 

He also attended the Obama Foundation's inaugural summit earlier this month.