It's Fleet Week and Jimmy Fallon packed his studio with members of the military for Wednesday's (May 25) episode of "The Tonight Show." Adding some extra kick to the night, Adam Sandler joined Fallon to perform a very special song for the uniformed audience.

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Channeling their best Garth Brooks, the duo belted out a country parody of the track "Friends on All Bases" -- to the tune of "Friends in Low Places" -- and got the approving crowd on their feet. This may not be as amusing as Fallon taking Blake Shelton out for his first ever sushi dinner, but the show met the same sort of patriotic chutzpah that Donald Trump was aiming for at the same time over on 'Kimmel.'

Look, whenever Sandler is involved with a performance such as this, you pretty much know what you're going to get. However, the pair's song hit all the right notes for the troops in the audience. Oh and look out Time Square Elmo ... you're officially on notice.

Posted by:Aaron Pruner

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