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Jimmy Fallon and Bruce Springsteen sing parody about Governor Christie

Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon
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Jimmy Fallon is a funny guy. He draws a variety of people in each night to watch him on "Late Night" and there is never a shortage of laughs. Some of his best moments have been signing with guests and doing parody songs. According to a Jan. 15 report from New York Daily News, Jimmy Fallon and Bruce Springsteen did a parody of "Born to Run" titled "Gov. Christie Traffic Jam" on the latest airing of "Late Night."

Fans of Jimmy Fallon know firsthand how funny he can be, and this parody proved that he can work with virtually anyone and still get laughs. Bruce Springsteen was excellent on the show and fans still adore him. If you missed the show, you can see Fallon and Springsteen sing the parody here. Some of the lyrics were silly while others fit perfectly. This was definitely one of the most highlighted moments of "Late Night" while Jimmy Fallon has hosted.

In just a few weeks Jimmy Fallon will be taking over the reigns of "The Tonight Show" and passing on "Late Night" to Seth Myers. Fans will be following Fallon to the earlier show, and it is being projected that his popularity will grow.

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