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Adam Sandler showed up last night at the 12/12/12 Sandy Relief Concert at Madison Square Garden and went HAM. He did his own rendition of the great Leonard Cohen song "Hallelujah" and called it "Sandy, screw ya!" Loved it. Huge fan of Sandler doing stand up comedy and a huge fan of his old school comedy movies. Not so much the more recent movies though. Kinda fell off the map with those.
Sandler walked on stage with a New York Jets shirt on and still made fun of Mark Sanchez. Although I'm guessing most Jets fans feel the same way as he does about Mark and New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez. Here's how it went in the song, "Cause we believe this too shall pass, like when Sanchez fumbled into an ass, and during the playoffs A-Rod telling girls in the crowd I wanna doooo yaaaaa, the Mets have sucked since 86', Isiah tried to ruin the Knicks, but now Jason Kidd and the boys can freakin school yaaaaa, Hallelujah"
At least after all the ...
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This is a pretty funny video clip of Adam Sandler’s cameo at last night’s 12/12/12 Concert for Sandy Relief at MSG. Sandler sang a parody of the song Hallelujah called Sandy, Screw Ya!
The bit about the Mets comes at around 2:20, but I’d recommend watching the whole video anyway. Sandler mentions A-Rod, Mark Sanchez, and Jason Kidd in the song too, and many other New York ...
Adam Sandler’s contribution to the 12.12.12 concert for Sandy Relief was a hilarious tribute to New Yorkers.
Funny man Adam Sandler made a guest appearance at the 12/12/12 Sandy Relief Concert at Madison Square Garden. He showed off his vocals with his own rendition of the great Leonard Cohen song “Hallelujah” and called it “Sandy, screw ya!” Although Sandler wore a New York Jets shirt, he decided to poke fun at QB Mark Sanchez.
“Cause we believe this too shall pass, like...
At the Hurricane Sandy relief effort concert on 12/12/12 Adam Sandler sang a BEAUTIFUL song about New York and mentions the Mark Sanchez butt fumble. Great job Adam:Follow me on twitter: @joeloobs
The New York Jets will try anything to close out the 2012 season with a measure of dignity.
Their latest move was the signing of wide receiver Braylon Edwards on Tuesday.
Edwards was recently cut by the Seattle Seahawks after an unproductive run that showed promise in the preseason.
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For those of you who didn't tune into the "12-12-12" Hurricane Sandy relief concert, you might have this musical gem from comedian Adam Sandler.
The song is called "Sandy, Screw Ya" and pays tribute to the New York and New Jersey area that hit hard by the superstorm.
In the song, Sandler pokes fun at Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez's butt fumble and...
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