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Conan O'Brien's "Song For the Mormons"



Since Orrin Hatch has bestowed a Hanukkah song upon the Jews, Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien bandleader Max Weinberg last night returned the favor with "A Song For the Mormons" ... based mostly on Wikipedia and Big Love. ---

And did you know Ziggy and Ms. Pac-Mac were LDS? Or the Children of the Corn? All this, and tap-dancing, too!