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12-12-12 concert: Rock stars shine at Hurricane Sandy benefit gig

12-12-12 concert: Hurricane Sandy benefit gig



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Between the high-powered rock anthems, comedian Adam Sandler played a more unusual song with a cheekily rewritten version of Leonard Cohen's ballad 'Hallelujah.'

'Hallelujah, Sandy screw ya, we'll always rule ya, coz we're New Yorkers,' ran the chorus to the feisty homage to the Big Apple and neighboring New Jersey that had some in the crowd in tears of laughter.

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