WATCH: Adam Sandler Releases 4th Part of 'Chanukah Song' - And Drake Gets a Shout-Out

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Adam Sandler has started the Hanukkah gift giving early this year with more lyrics to his famous festive tune, “Chanukah Song,” which originally premiered on Saturday Night Live back in 1994.
The star shared his hilarious performance on his Happy Madison YouTube channel over Thanksgiving.
"I did a show with some friends in San Diego last week and recorded a new one for you. Have a great holiday season," he captioned the video.
Much like his other versions, Sandler, 49, gave nods to notable members of the Jewish community, which this time included Drake, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Scarlett Johansson.
He even gave a nod to Shia LaBeouf, calling him “half Jewish” but “100 percent nutty.”
Since the song first debuted on SNL’s Weekend Update more than 20 years ago, Sandler has updated the original song with tributes to Debra Messing, Lenny Kravitz, Natalie Portman, Ben Stiller and Bob Dylan.
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