Jimmy Fallon, Tebowie

Eat your heart out, Ziggy Stardust.

We've seen "Neil Young" whipping his hair back and forth and "Jim Morrison" warbling the Reading Rainbow theme. And now, we've seen what happens when David Bowie and Tim Tebow become one.

Wearing sparkly platform boots straight from 1972's closet and warping the lyrics to Bowie's "Space Oddity," Jimmy Fallon debuted his latest zeitgeist-fueled creation:


"Tim Tebow to Jesus Christ...commencing fourth-down hut, hut, hike," Tebowie sings, referring obviously to the prayer knee Tebow takes after every touchdown and the Christian faith he publicly attributes his success to.

But in Late Night land, the climax of the song is, "This is Jesus Christ to Tim Tebow...please leave me alone...don't you know my day of rest is Sunday...and I'm sick of watching all these Broncos games."

You get the idea. Watch, and laugh. (And, of course, go ahead and Tebow to your heart's content.)

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