In Ishay Ribo's song "Keter Melucha / כתר מלוכה" (Royal Crown), a song written about, essentially, COVID and lockdown, there's a stanza that goes like this:
בין ויקהל לפקודי
אין איש בעיר ובשדה
כבר אין מול מי להתנהל
מגדל בבל שוב מתבלבל
Between Vayakhel and Pekudei1
There's no person in the city or the field
There are no people to interact with
The Tower of Babel again confuses
(my own translation)
...it sounds better in Hebrew (and rhymes!).
What does the Tower of Babel line have to do with anything? Traditionally, the Tower was the cause of the mixing of languages and the dispersion of people around the world; what relevance does it have here, especially after the line about there being nobody in the city or fields?
1Names of weekly Torah readings. This year, those two were read March 15-21.