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Stan The Man
By: Adam Sandler

This is a song that he played on the tonight show.  If you want to
listen to it go to www.adamsandler.com, click on the features icon and
enjoy.

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Born in 1935 in Brooklyn New York 
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The son of Anna and Phil
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At 19 years old he married my mother Judy
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And immediately paid his first Bloomingdales bill

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Right away they started on a family
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3 smart kids popped out of mom's tummy
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But then one steamy night Dad forgot to wear his raincoat
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9 months later, out came the dummy

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Dad was 6 foot 2 and 250 pounds
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And was sweet as he was strong
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He was also known to be pretty well endowed 
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But believe me he didn't pass that one along



I did get grandma's ass though


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Oh, Stan the man was my hero
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With a golf swing that made men cry
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He'd take their money and put it in his top drawer
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Then I'd steal it so I could get high

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But he beat that habit out of me

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Oh, dad thanks for letting me stay up late to watch Johnny Carson
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Thanks for swimming with me at Livingston park
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Thanks for telling me to always to punch a kid in the face
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If he made an anti-Semitic remark


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And say hi to both my grandmas and grandpas
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And tell my dog meatball I miss him so
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But most important dad, take advantage of being in heaven
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Go bang Marilyn Monroe; Mom said its cool, just wear a raincoat


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Oh, Stan the man was my hero
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He still is and always will be
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Cause he didn't give too much of crap about nothing
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Except loving his family


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Oh, Stan the man is gone
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But will always live on
                                   -Mike

            
            
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USCG_SAR 10 Aug 18, 2009 09:43 PM

chords are right on, missin a few verses but otherwise good.

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