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Stan Song
Performed by Adam Sandler

This song's about my father

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

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

Dad was six foot two and two hundred and fifty pounds
And as sweet as he was strong
He was always known to be pretty well endowed
But believe me he didn't pass that one along
(I did get Grandma's ass tho)

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

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

Say hi to both my grandma's and grandpa's
And tell me dog Meatball I miss him so
But most important dad, take advantage of being in Heaven
Go bank Marilyn Monroe
Mom said it's cool, Just wear a raincoat

Oh Stan the man was my hero
He still is and always will be
Cuz he didn't give too much a crap about nothing
Except loving his family
Oh Stan the man is gone
But will always live on

This Adam Sandler CD Lyrics Archive has a Copyright Warning - 2004