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Watch Stephen Colbert Sing 'You've Got a Friend' to Pope Francis

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It's clear that Stephen Colbert is a big fan of the Pope. On Wednesday night's Late Show, Colbert gushed about the holy leader, who he affectionately calls Frank. And he ripped into Congressman Paul Gosar (R-AZ), who boycotted the Pope’s speech to Congress.

Last night, the so-called "Francis Fanboy" was at it again.

Check it out:

He even went so far as to sing a special song for the Pope.

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