Adam Sandler Helps Jimmy Fallon Honor The Troops With A Country Music Parody

"I got friends on all the bases."

To show his support for the U.S. troops during Fleet Week, last night on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon gathered an audience full of men and women in uniform and performed a song with Adam Sandler. But since these are two SNL alums we're talking about, of course they didn't just sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" and call it a day. 

Instead, Jimmy and Adam donned cowboy hats and strapped on guitars to sing a rousing country music parody. Specifically, it was a take on the 1990 Garth Brooks classic "Friends in Low Places." This version, with all the twang of the original but a little extra humor, is called "Friends on All Bases."

"'Cause I got friends on all the bases, / From the Navy up to the Air Force aces," Jimmy and Adam croon while the audience claps along.

Jimmy keeps things sweet and sincere while Adam sings the goofier parts. "Now, you're all brave and strong / I dedicate this song / To those that serve us day and night," sings Jimmy. Adam adds, "And you're good-looking too / And if I saw you / On Tinder, you know I'd swipe right." 

Oh, and did he already mention that they're all going to get laid?

Watch the touching salute below: