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Adam Sandler’s New Chanukah Song Arrives In Time For Hanukkah

Comedian Adam Sandler has released the fourth installment of his Hanukkah song, which is titled Chanukah Song Part 4.

Some of the language in the video makes it a little NSFW.

The New York born actor and producer uploaded the song, which was performed live in San Diego, to his “Happy Madison” YouTube channel.

The video, which was published on November 25, was accompanied by the message: “I did a show with some friends in San Diego last week and recorded a new one for you.”

I did a show with some friends in San Diego last week and recorded a new one for you.

In the latest installment of his comical Chanukah Song, Sandler references Harry Potter, Jared Fogle from Subway, actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Adam Levine, Drake, Seth Rogen, professional wrestling’s Goldberg, the band Rush, Jonas Salk (the virologist who cured polio) and quite a few other notable Jewish people.

Right around the 2:09 marker in the video, Sandler mentions “Jared from Subway” — to which the crowd responds with laughter followed by boos.

The video, which has garnered over 650,000 views since its release, has received thousands of “likes” on YouTube where it was uploaded – substantially more than the number of “dislikes” it has received on the popular video sharing service.

USA Today‘s Erin Jensen reported the video to be “like the best holiday present EVER!”

In his updated “Chanukah” song, Sandler jokingly refers to actor Shia LaBeouf, who was arrested again back in October, as “half a Jew” that is “100 percent nutty.”

Shia LaBeouf is half a Jew but 100 percent nutty.

Sandler sang the new version of his song earlier this month at the New York Comedy Festival’s Judd Apatow & Friends event. He performed the first version on Saturday Night Live back in 1994.

This year’s Hanukkah, the eight-day Festival of Lights, begins on December 6 and ends on December 14.

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