Adam Sandler still gets emotional singing Chris Farley song
Adam Sandler will always do Chris Farley.
Twenty years after Farley’s death, Sandler still gets emotional when he sings “The Chris Farley Song,” a song he wrote for his late friend and comedian, who died of a drug overdose in December 1997 at the age of 33. The cause was death.
Sandler told the “Happy Sad Confused” podcast that his musical tribute still makes him emotional. He performed the song as part of his Netflix special “Adam Sandler: 100% Fresh” and sang it on “SNL” while hosting in May 2019.
“The first few times, we played that song, I’d tear up and I couldn’t sing it really well because I’d get so emotional, and then I felt it and was able to get it out there,” Sandler said. . The podcast. “It’s weird, but when that song starts, I go, ‘Oh f–k, okay, don’t cry and don’t do that’ still. I’ve probably sung it a hundred times, but it just moves me. ”
Sandler added, “I think it’s because we show a video of Chris and I see his face.” He also said that “hearing the crowd go crazy for Farley” makes him happy.
“Every show I do, the biggest cheers of the night are talking about Farley and every time I say his name, the audience goes crazy. It feels great,” he said.