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live." >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- kelly ripa - from "how to get away with murder," billy brown - mean tweets movie edition -- and music from tinashe and snakehis featuring chance the rapper. with cleto and the cletones -- and now, no kidding, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody. i'm jimmy. i'm the host.
thank you for coming. that's very kind of you. we have a good show for you tonight. kelly ripa is on the show with us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] i'll tell you something, thinking about this today, if there was a show of celebrity chicken fights kelly ripa is the famous person i would most want on my back for that show. i really would. here's something for those of you who are single and looking for a lover. tinder, the dating/sex delivery service, just released a list of the most right-swiped jobs for men and women. on tinder if you swipe right it means you find the person attractive. so if you're looking for a fake job to go with your fake profile photo this could be very useful. let's go through the occupations and i will explain. i'll give you the subtext for okay? all right. for men on tinder the most popular professions are -- okay, so this one's popular because you're gone a lot. you have money. you're muscular.
you're really great at sex. [ cheers and applause ] you're good with kids. [ cheers and applause ] remote control. [ laughter ] you have goals. [ cheers and applause ] >> you have abs. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> so that's men. for women the most popular jobs are -- these are real. again, this means you will rub me. you know what a duvet cover is. you might pay for dinner. you drink. you can get me drugs. you can get me instagram followers. you're hot. you're hot. sponge baths. you can get me peanuts for free. you are flexible.
[ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] so there you have it. those are the most popular jobs. i was surprised radio shack manager didn't make the list but maybe next year. donald trump has a powerful new enemy and his name is mitt romney. you remember mitt romney the jcpenney mannequin who came to life and ran for president four years ago? he's back. he's got his dockers sharply pressed, his sleeves rolled up perfectly, and he's raring to fight. mitt romney went on fox news yesterday to say he believes there will be a bombshell in donald trump's tax returns once they are released. romney said either he's not as rich as he says he is or he didn't give money to the veterans or disabled people like well, yeah. i mean, he might be right but how is that a bombshell? of course he's not as rich as he says he is. he's not as anything as he says he is. [ laughter ] he's donald trump. mr. trump, though, took the high road as he usually does. he tweeted, mitt romney, who is
candidates in the history of republican politics, is now pushing me on tax returns. dope! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] romney, he didn't just take it, trump. he tweeted, me thinks the donald doth protest too much. i love that he fires back with the word methinks. that might be the mitt romney-est thing i've heard since this. >> who let the dogs out, who, who? >> jimmy: as funny as the election has been so far this year, we've still yet to top that moment. meanwhile, if donald trump wants a win he needs to improve his relationship with hispanic voters. out of everyone running trump is the candidate most disliked by hispanics. apparently his plan to woo them with a giant wall mysteriously backfired.
hispanic voters have an trump. i really wonder who the 2 hispanic voters who find him favorable -- the only reason i can think of for a latino to like donald trump is if they're thinking about going back to a moving truck. [ laughter ] other than that, though. on sunday, right across the street from us we have the academy awards which is by far the most glamorous traffic nightmare of the year here, i will say. each year we have a show after that show. this will be our 11th annual special. we have a cavalcade of bright and shiny stars. i know you're going to ask who. i'm going to answer the question right now. i'll be wearing vera wang. [ laughter ] so since they're setting up the grandstands and red carpet and all that we decided to have fun with movie fans. we asked people on the street about a bunch of things and movies that did not happen and
edition of "lie witness news." >> do you think "citizen kane 2" didn't get nominated because of kevin james' performance? >> no, i think overall -- the thing is every movie can't get nominated. if that were the case it would be a really long show. >> did you like "citizen kane 22"? >> i did, i liked it. >> what about tom cruise in "big man, litigation motorcycle." was it fierce? >> fierce, i like tom cruise. >> what did you think of jennifer lawrence, 19-year-old mother of four? >> unpredictable but yet very moving in all her performances. >> what was your favorite part of "19-year-old mother of four" when she sent her first child to high school or when she held her grandchild for the first time? >> although her sending her first child to high school was pretty moving, holding her grandchild for the first time was more moving. and better. >> "vampire dog."
was this the right role for siri mccellan? did he bring it? >> he did bring it. i had a friend sought movie and loved it. >> one of the greatest movies this year, one of the funniest, channing tatum in "koala kop." was he super cute as a koala? >> he was super cute as a koala. >> was it fun to see a koala with a six-pack? was it creepy? >> not as creepy as "ted." >> a lot of people are talking about the bear in "the revenant." did you like the dance scene at the end? >> it was fun, a light moment after everything that went on in that movie. >> do you think "carol" relied too heavily on cgi? >> it was fun to add those characters, more entertaining. >> was it inappropriate during such tender emotional moments to have a cartoon cat come up and be like, oh on, your husband's not going to like this. >> no, i think in america anything goes. >> well, even lying.
i think that's the epitome of >> wow. god bless america. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: here's a new fashion trend that might make its way to the red carpet on sunday. they're called furry nails. they're exactly what they found like, nails with fur. there are a lot on instagram. like finger uggs. i don't know who came up with the idea. usually a kardashian gets something like this going. in this case i don't think it was. but it's very exciting. finally you have a chance to be allergic to your own fingers. i might get some for my toes. you know, with the oscars coming up, time is running out to see all the nominated films. once the oscars are over they lock these movies up, you'll never see them again. as a gift/public servi we asked our friend yehya to review some of the candidates for best picture this year. tonight yehya tackles one of the most commercially successful oscar-nominated films.
movie "mad max: fury road." >> action! hi, it's me, yehya. i'm talk about the movie "max mad ferry rudy." tom harry hadride. charles heron. young girl from the bad guy, the white guy, the mask in his fist. lock a machine in the car. people saw knife, gun, bump, everything, like crazy. >> what a day what a lovely day! >> this lady cut his hair. she have like hand, silver hand, you know, like robert cop. you do that movie, long time,
i got a a picture with him. he make a lot of movie like action movie. he's like crazy guy. and he do the movie "little warpon" with the black guy, african guy, chevy glover. he do movie with arnold also, harrison ford and english guy and the black guy, the big guy, dolphin something from the movie "expandos." a lot a lot of movie. good one. he make one movie also. the one "jesus ii." good luck mel, good luck for everyone oscar. action! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, yehya. we have a break, when we come back and we always do, "this week in unnecessary censorship"
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody, welcome back. kelly ripa, music from tinashe, snakehips and chance the rapper is on the way. the oscars are sunday. it is a magical night on which starving movie stars experience joy and sorrow live for all to see. while awards shows are a place where accolades are lavished upon the talented men and women of film, twitter is kind of the opposite, the yang to that quinnyin. with that said for your year in consideration we present a special movie star edition of
>> from woolly knickers. i have no idea who kristof walts is. but he is pretty [ bleep ] boring. so i'm probably not going to bother finding out. >> i'm getting [ bleep ]ed up tonight. i mean patricia arquette's teeth [ bleep ]ed up. >> if that gross ratty old man george clooney can find a girl you regular fellows out there in twitterverse must be drowning in [ bleep ]. >> jessica chastain looks like julia roberts' ghost. i like that one. >> eddie redmayne looks like someone tried to erase his nose but couldn't completely. i think he looks dehydrated. which i am, really thirsty. >> tired of susan sarandon having her big saggy boobs in my
oh, you wish. mother [ bleep ] with long-ass where you going? mouth. that i'd like to poop in. >> i hate when zach galifianakis that's what dakota fanning is for. >> kevin hart seems like an annoying little fart. what? >> richard dreyfuss is a very short man. no way he killed jews. no way he killed jaws. >> cate blanchett [ bleep ] play-dough looking face. >> seth rogen's really just dust and diamond with 150 extra pounds on him. oh, man. >> oscar isaac is a brooklyn hipster piece of [ bleep ] and i'm going to fight him.
human being. >> taraji p. henson seems like she's extremely ghetto in real life. lol. well, i can be, bitch, meet me outside. >> sean penn, one, has a penis nose. two, has a scrotum face. three, has an anus mouth. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i don't get into any of that stuff. thanks everyone who participated in our "mean tweets." one more thing, thursday night means it's time to bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week. it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> i have a great family. i really have a great family. i want to [ bleep ] all of you.
a few times a day. he [ bleep ]s me. >> tonight i am [ bleep ]ing my [ bleep ]. yeah, yeah. >> we asked the white house how many people are on the [ bleep ] list. they said we don't have a [ bleep ] list. >> your starting weit is 305 pounds. >> he didn't believe in himself. his [ bleep ] was this big. >> a boy named ben. who's ben? me? [ bleep ] mommy. who's mommy? >> winston churchill was a great leader but he had what he called a black [ bleep ] that came on him. >> jan, [ bleep ] you. >> gina, will you [ bleep ], [ bleep ] later? >> is your child [ bleep ]? >> name something twins sometimes do in the same way. >> suck their [ bleep ]. >> the truth of the matter is if donald became president nobody knows what the [ bleep ] he would do, he doesn't know what the [ bleep ] he would do. >> we've got to do something for the kids.
friendly forest as friendly as can be where the birds [ bleep ] the bees and the bees [ bleep ] the trees and everyone [ bleep ]s me [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show, music from tinashe, snakehips and chance the rapper. we'll be right back with kelly ripa! [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: portions of "jimmy
lala i don't go gut smoothies. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there. tonight, from "how to get away with murder" billy brown is here. then their song is called "all my friends" and indeed, they brought all of them, tinashe and snakehips featuring chance the rapper, from the samsung stage. sunday night the 11th annual "jimmy kimmel live" after the oscars television special, our biggest show of the year, with ben affleck, tracy morgan, chris rock, j.k. simmons, mike tyson, matthew roderick, nathan lane, henry cavill, and live surprises
so i recommend that you sleep late on sunday morning so you can stay up for that. of espresso jump-starting our brains every morning, "live! with kelly and michael" she plays kelly on that show. edition of the show from the dolby theater monday morning, please say hello to kelly ripa. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi, hi! >> jimmy: good to see you. >> hi! good to see you. >> jimmy: this is a hot trend. >> oh my gosh, yeah. this is all the rage. >> jimmy: everybody's doing this. >> everybody's doing it. i got it done at the aspca. >> jimmy: are these rescue nails? >> rescue nails, yeah. pretty great. the bummer is i figured out, it's like you never know, i'm not really a trendy person but i thought this is a trend, maybe i could rock because i'm petite,
>> jimmy: yeah. >> and i figured the one downside, and you guys should know this, is that you have to hire wipe-er. >> jimmy: what do you mean a wipe-er? >> a wipe-er. >> jimmy: have you hired a wipe-er? >> i did. >> jimmy: what is your wipe-er's name? >> lauren draglioni. i have no idea. >> jimmy: really? >> she's dying right now. >> jimmy: i bet she is. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: wow. but really that's above and beyond the call of -- well, of -- yeah. >> yeah. it's so funnytoo. because i was like maybe he won't even notice that i have these on. >> jimmy: i would notice. i think the next step is gluing gerbils to our fingers. >> live gerbils. you should see my feet. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. this is, true or false, your least favorite week of the year? >> it is my least favorite week. i think it's everybody's least
an inordinate amount of work and so much flying and staying awake and going from event to event to event. and then we do our after oscar show, you have your after oscar show. but yours is directly after the oscars. >> jimmy: right, yes, exactly. >> ours is when everybody's either won or lost or got drunk because they lost or got drunk because they won and now they're canceling on us on our show. and we're sitting there going -- >> jimmy: i've been there, it's a real mess. like getting ready backstage, there are people who you think they might throw up during the show. >> we have smelling salts. oh, you can do it! i know you can do it! >> jimmy: your show in new york this morning, you flew here, >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] all day tomorrow. >> guys, calm down, i didn't pilot the plane. >> jimmy: then this is lunacy. you're flying back to new york?
so -- okay. so my son is in a wrestling tournament. >> jimmy: which one of your sons? >> joaquin. the one just turned 13. yesterday. >> jimmy: he's a very nice kid. >> nice kid. [ applause ] >> jimmy: lovely kid. >> one year we surprise the him for his birthday and brought him backstage. he's not been the same since. >> jimmy: really? in a good or bad way? >> a great way. he's like, why doesn't my seventh grade have a bar and a pool table? >> jimmy: i like the idea some people are tuning in wondering why are those things on over hands? anyway. >> yeah, so here's a wrestling weekend. we're going to get on a plane and fly home saturday so we can watch him wrestle, then come back sunday so i can be at the after oscars show. >> jimmy: is he wrestling john cena? why must you see this? >> i don't know, don't you think it's a good idea to be >> jimmy: i think it's a great idea to be supportive but i'm
appreciate it at all. [ laughter ] >> you sound like my mom. >> jimmy: listen, it's not him specifically. but no kid. did you appreciate what your mom would do for you when you were that age? >> okay, so it's funny. my mom just had this conversation with me about -- way before i got on the plane she's like, don't fly back, he's not going to appreciate it. you'll get all this stuff i did for you kids and you didn't appreciate anything. that's what she said. >> jimmy: is that true? >> i think i feel very appreciative of my mother. >> jimmy: your mother never did anything like this, though. >> no, my mom wouldn't even get on a plane. >> jimmy: there you go, yeah. so really, you shouldn't appreciate your mother. >> right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but joaquin. let's make a video message for the future. this will be something that he can watch in -- okay, so joaquin, this is your mom. we call her kelly. >> that's fluffy nails to you. >> jimmy: she's wearing fluffy nails, they were hot in the year 2016.
making a ridiculous sacrifice to go see your wrestltlg, to see you get sweaty and wrestle other teenagers. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this weekend. and i hope that when the time comes that you become your mom or dad's wipe-er -- >> yeah, we're going to need it. >> jimmy: you will need it at some point. everybody does. that you think about this day and that you appreciate it and also don't do drugs, okay? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: message to joaquin. >> that's a good message. he's going to love that. >> jimmy: also good luck. what if he doesn't make weight? >> no, he made weight, he had to weigh in today. hoping he wouldn't? >> i was praying to god. i was like, yes! because he had a fudgy the whale cake for his birthday. so mark's like, just give him one piece because he's got to make weight. so i was like, you can have my piece! >> jimmy: you tried.
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>> jimmy: joe, this is your daughter kelly. we call her kelly 97anyway. >> he calls me lefty. i don't know why. >> jimmy: you're not left-handed? >> i'm not left-handed. >> jimmy: maybe it's your political leanings? >> i don't know, he's always called me lefty. >> jimmy: you know her as lefty. in the event lefty neglect the after all i do did -- she didn't wrestle but you would have been there, and she neglected to get a photo with me, a once in a lifetime opportunity. but next time we see each other, we'll do that. >> jimmy: that was fun. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they say it's a great idea to lay on the ground on hollywood boulevard. it's one of the cleanest -- it's sterile out there. >> you can tell i'm a little bit uncomfortable. >> jimmy: you should be. you're in a dress on the ground. >> i know. >> jimmy: usually people in that position are on their way to the hospital. i want you to know i put a
>> thank you, does that mean i passed away? >> jimmy: no, it doesn't, it means we appreciate you. >> aw, thank you. >> that's nice. i'm going to be honest, when they told me i was getting a star i said i thought you had to be dead to get one of those. >> jimmy: really? >> then i told my husband, he's like, i thought you had to be dead to get one of those. we had no idea that live people -- we live in new york, there's nothing like this. >> jimmy: what about when regis got onon were you thinkininhe was a zombie? >> i thougug because of his contribution of being so many years. >> jimmy: i see. >> ihought -- you know. >> jimmy: you figured, close enough. [ laughter ] plause blaz [ applause ] >> jimmy: yes? >> no. >> jimmy: no? how's your friend michael. >> he's great. he should be here any second, yeah. >> jimmy: he will -- he can handle staying up? do you stay up all night? >> we stay up all night. we've both made a decision years ago, it started when i was doing
we didn't have a cohost yet. i attempted to go back to my hotel room and sleep for a couple of hours, then go and host the morning show. because when you do a live 9:00 a.m. show in new york, you're doing it 6:00 a.m. in l.a. and so you have to be back at work at 4:00 a.m. for preparation. >> jimmy: good times. >> i'm going to sleep a couple of hours and go. but what i didn't know is they held the "vanity fair" party after the oscars in my hotel. >> jimmy: oh. >> so it was like a thumping vomitous riot. there was thumping music, sounds >> jimmy: yeah. >> dreams coming true. dreaming bei crushed. and i was just -- >> jimmy: that's the worst sound. >> the worst sound. >> jimmy: when you hear a dream being crushed -- yeah. awake. so we stay awake all night. television. >> it's horrible. >> jimmy: god only knows what might come out of your mouth. >> horrible things come out of
we've once or twice been caught on the air coming back from commercial break just yelling obscenities. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: will you do this? promise to work that in. i think you'd get big ratings if you promise to yell obscenities on the air. >> you think? yeah, all right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: did you wanan to see ars, if you want too see obscenities, live after oscar show monday morning. [ cheers and applause ] kelly ripa, everybody. thank you, kelly. we'll be right back with billy brown!
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guillermo clapping, everybody. i like that, you forcibly clapping, that's nice. >> guillermo: i like tight. >> jimmy: all right. our next guest has been killed on "dexter," "the following" and "sons of anarchy." so far, he has managed to not be murdered on "how to get away
abc, please welcome billy brown. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: you get killed a lot. >> it was all leading to getting here. you're here, on kimmel. >> jimmy: you given ketep getting resurrect sxoefrd over. interesting, o shonda rhimes' shows on "scandal," "how to get away with murder," pretty much evevyone in the cast live tweets through t t episode. you didndn even have twitter.. or maybe you do. which would be -- >> you know, i'm saving it up. getting all the material. i'm going to blast you guys with the good stuff. >> jimmy: how did you get away with that? >> you know what, i didn't have it going in. and alfred enoch didn't have it. viola didn't have it.
>> number one on the call sheet, she realizes a little nudge from shonda. >> jimmy: right, she had to do it. >> get the followers up. number nine on the call sheet, i work two days a week. there. out. >> jimmy: you do have a lot of love scenes on the show. [ cheers and applause ] how many love scenes have you done on the show? they love to get you naked on >> j jmy: right. >verything but the baba oil. yeah. >> jimmy: viola said that she -- i think she had neverone a love scene before the love scene she did with you. >> no, in fact, in the pilot she'd never done one. i show up to the meeting with the director and creator of the show, pete norwalk, with a turkey sandwich, protein shake, water, backpack, no shirt, it's 19 degrees outside. she's nervous. hot hell's this guy? >> jimmy: a bike messenger. >> i'm on broadway, i'm with denzel, who's this character? two days later we're in a carport and filming with the wind hling and it's like 19 degrees.
dress is up, panties getting ripped off, my shirt's to be -- >> jimmy: yours orers? >> mine. she wears boxers. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you did not ease her in gently into the love scene world? >> you never ease it in gently. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's terrible advice, kids. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> don't do it that way, no. >> jimmy: viola also, i read today she said she hurt her back, threw her back out doing a love scene withyou? >> season one. they had had such a great experience, the producers on the pilot decided, spice it up for the first thing. >> jimmy: right. >> since we're here in town. and i threw her up against the wall. it's abc. but i thought maybe, you u ow, we'd give the mouse house a little something to think about. >> jimmy: right. >> i didn't know it but later on she had -- >> jimmy: have her attorneys contacted you about this?
cease ask desist, something like that. >> jimmy: is it weird to watch yourself in a scene like that? >> not that one. the other scenes, yeah. i'm comfortable with the love scenes. >> you're comfortable watching the love scenes? >> no, i'm kidding. i don't watch any of it. >> jimmy: you don't. that's why i thought it would be fun. put that love scene up on the screen here. all right. roll it. now take us through this here. there's viola. i'm going to get out of the way. i don't want to block your pecs. >> you got to lower the voice a little bit, you know? >> jimmy: you do have a nice, low voice. >> let the hands go underneath the sheets, suggestive. >> jimmy: am i making you uncomfortable? >> no, i love it, this is beautiful. >> jimmy: oh my god, you must work out. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh my god. >> jimmy: i would imagine you probably lift weights with a body like that. >> it's all burgers and syrup. >> jimmy: you're from here in l.a.? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what part? >> inglewood. >> jimmy: what year did you
>> '88. >>immy: oh, so that's like -- the lakers were there then. >> yeah, they were. >> jimmy: that was a good time to be in inglewood. >> i used to get my hair cut back in the day at morning side park barber, same place as magic, tight with the owner. nixon, kareem -- >> jimmy: they would go to the barbershop? you'd see them? >> yeah, coming in and out. you know. just hang out, maybe get a cut, get a fade. >> jimim: a gathering place? >> like every barbershop, you know. >> jimmy: like we white people see in the movies. this really goes on? [ laughter ] >> if 85 never experienced it, it's exactly like that, yeah. exactly. >> jimmy: that seems like a fun thing. i do go every once in a while to a barbershop. >> the best dialogue ever. >> jimmy: right. >> the best dialogue. it's 8:00 a.m., guys are ready. they got it. they're spitting at it. game, set, match. >> jimmy: 8:00 in the morning and they're hanging out. >> the guy coming in with the watch and the jacket and the bracelets, it's no joke. >> jimmy: to sell you a watch? >> 100%. >> jimmy: wow.
interactions with magic or kareem or any of those guys? >> no, you know, the one thing i had, pops and i were in there, norm nixon was sitting next to us. a little chatting here and there. >> jimmy: right. >> most of the time is with the barbers, who they were tight with. they wouldn't make a big thick. >> jimmy: did they give you tickets? >> always. no, no, no tickets. >> no tickets. it wasn't that friendly, i guess. is it all good in inglewood? by the way, the rams are coming to inglewood. do you feel still attached to that area? >> yeah, 100%. i'm so hyped the rams are going to inglewood. [ cheers and applause ] inglewood -- the forum's made a comeback. >> jimmy: for sure. >> fleetwood mac, madodoa, prince. >> j jmy: a great place to see a ncert. it used to be the worst, a terrible place to see a concert. >> you got the racetrack, the rum, across the prairie, cemetery. >> jimmy: yeah.
>> then fried chicken. you know. take your pick. >> jimmy: it's a great place to get a haircut. [ cheers and applause ] >> i got to give a shout-out to johnny blundale. >> jimmy: a mutual friend of ours. a very sick individual. >> a little nudge will help him on his escapades. >> jimmy: this is a guy with a lot of sexual hangups? >> you know. >> jimmy: i know. we want to send our love to him. he's'sooking for a woman. if you're interested, his name's john blundale, works at major league baseball. [ laughter ] [ [ eers and applause billy brown, everybody. "how to get away with murder" thursdays on abc. be right back with tinashe & snakehips featuring chance the rapper. >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel
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out ofofime. "nightline" is next but first here with the song "all my frieies" with some help from chance the rapper, tinashe & snakehips! [ cheers and applause ] ahh we open with the vultures kissing the cannibals sure i get lonely when i'm the only only human in the heaving heat of the animals bitter brown salt stinging on my tongue and i i will not waver heart will not wait its turn it will beat
burn burn your love into the ground with the lips 'til you get lonely sure i get lonely sometimes all my friends are wasted and i hate this club man i drink too much another friday night i wasted my eyes are black and red i'm crawling back to your bed i hate the bar pharmacy addict hit a wall street traffic took the car we reinvent the wheel just to fall asleep at itt skrrr crash on the floor catch the zzzzz popping the polar opposite to the nzt hip hop and the propaganda say they name brand but i done seen how the -- did my main man the nights we won't remember
we won't remember i'll be gone 'till november all my city calls me simba dreams are made for cages lions are for real dying is for real bros dying off of pills friday's are for chill and i escaped the treachery i just had to rest in peace the recipe the rest of us are praying that the sand will leave a tan if you're up right now hope you hear what i'm saying hope you hear what i'm saying all my friends are wasted and i hate this club man i drink too much another friday night i wasted my eyes are black and red i'm crawling back to your bed do you get lonely sure i get lonely some nights when the angels on my shoulder slump my head i'm stuck here with the vultures hissing and circling you didn't call me
ooh i'm crawling i'm crawling crawling back to you all my friends are wasted and i hate this club man i drink too much another friday night i wasted my eyes are black and red i'm crawling back to your bed all my friends e wasted and i hate this club man i drink too much another friday night i wasted my eyes are black and red i'm crawling back to your bed [ cheers and applause ]
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