If you are an avid marijuana smoker, Thursday (April 20) was pretty much a national holiday for you. Over the years, April 20, or 4/20, has turned into Weed Day thanks to the myth that the penal code or police radio code for consumption or usage of cannabis is 420.
Most Thursdays on The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon reads hilarious fan tweets. The day before, he tweets out a hashtag, and asks America to respond with some of their wittiest tweets that go with the hashtag theme of the week.
This week’s “Hashtags” segment fell on Weed Day, so Fallon decided to take advantage of it by having his audience tweet him “#420Songs”. Country singer Brad Paisley was the musical guest for the episode, so Fallon asked him to help sing the #420Songs.
He sang The Weeknd’s “I Can’t Feel My Face,” but instead of the lyrics, “I can’t feel my face when I’m with you,” they were changed to, “I can’t feel my face ’cause I’m too high.” And R. Kelly’s song “I Believe I Can Fly” was changed to “I Believe I Am High”.
One fan even tweeted in changed lyrics to Paisley’s own song “Mud On The Tires”.
“Come on now what do you say / Girl I can hardly wait / Let’s set a little bud on fire,” he sang with a smile.
Fallon then joined Paisley for two duets to Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Sound Of Silence” and the Elton John and Kiki Dee duet “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”.
The whole thing was hysterical and we love that Paisley was there to help Fallon sing these songs! Watch them all below.