Last night, Adam Sandler hosted Saturday Night Live.
It was super fun, honestly -- to welcome him back after all this time, things were less political and more ridiculous.
You know, like Adam himself.
He revived some classic characters from his old SNL days, and he even sang some songs.
And one of those songs ... to put it simply, you're not ready for it.
See, Adam has this song he wrote for the late, great Chris Farley, who tragically passed away from an overdose in 1997.
You may have heard it before if you've seen one of his recent comedy shows or his new special on Netflix, but for a lot of people, this is their first time hearing the song.
If you're one of those people, go ahead and grab some tissues.
A good deal of the song is pretty funny, which is appropriate, since this is Adam Sandler singing a song on Saturday Night Life, after all.
He recalls some of Farley's most popular characters -- yes, there's a reference to living in a van down by the river -- and he shares some happy memories of his friend.
Throughout the performance, there's a screen next to him that shows photos and videos from back in the day, and even just silent footage of Chris' old SNL scenes gets the audience laughing.
But there are definitely some darker parts, like when Adam sings "We'd tell him 'Slow down, you'll end up like Belushi and Candy,' he said 'Those guys are my heroes, that's all fine and dandy.'"
And it gets downright heartbreaking when he recounts the last time he saw him and how just a few months later, he was burying his friend and watching his father cry at his funeral.
That's the part where Adam gets choked up, which makes everything even more upsetting.
In the last part of the song, he sings about life after Chris' death, how he shows his kids clips from his old movies and tells them that he's the funniest person he ever knew.
It's all just really, really sad.
Watching the touching performance in its entirety in the video below: