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all right. that is our report. we appreciate your >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, awkwafina. from "richard jewell," paul walter hauser. this week in unnecessary censorship and music from mark ronson and anderson .paak. and now, take your place jimmy kimmel! >> thank you. thank you very much. tonight, welcome, i'm jimmy. thanks for watching. thanks for coming. very nice. we have a lot to get to. it was -- today, it was an unprecedential day even by our very unpresidential standards.
last night i complicated the president, commended him for not throwing a tantrum after 16-year-old greta thunberg was named person of the year by "time" magazine. we all knew he wanted to be person of the year, we know it bothered him. he showed uncharacteristic restraint. he was on good behavior. sadly that good behavior lasted just under 24 hours. this morning he wrote, so ridiculous, greta must work on her anger management problem, then go to a good old-fashioned movie with a friend, chill greta chill. says the sweaty old man who was mad at a magazine because they didn't put him on the cover. the fact that greta thunberg is a teenager makes this especially insane. i'm old enough to remember a time when everyone at the white house had a full-blown hissy fit because a witness at trump's impeachment hearing had the gall to say the word "barron" in a
completely benign fashion. that time was last tuesday by the way. i guess things have changed. the first lady did not tweet about this actual attack on a child. but this kid greta is very good. right after trump tweeted she changed her twitter bio to a teenager working on her anger management problem. chilling and watching a good old-fashioned movie. [ cheers and applause ] trump hasn't been roasted that thoroughly since the last time he locked himself in his tanning bed. this is from the official trump war room account managed business his campaign. they photoshopped his head on greta's body. which would not be the first time donald trump has imagined himself on the top of a young woman's body. [ moans and groans ] the idea orange hulk would accuse anyone else of having an anger problem? for more let's go to the tape. >> what a stupid question that
is. what a stupid question. but i watch you a lot, you ask a lot of stupid questions. >> should the woman -- >> quiet, quiet. get him out of here. get out! excuse me, sit down, you weren't called, sit down, sit down. go back to univision. quiet, quiet. quiet. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. he's a sleaze. >> why am i -- >> you're a sleaze. quiet, quiet, quiet. >> since you are attacking our news organization -- >> not you. your organization's terrible. quiet. knock the crap out of him, would you? >> the zen master. no one has been less self-aware than this man. hooking a child with asperger's because she's more popular than he is. this tweet has the potential to get interesting. the tweet trump was responding to when he wrote this was written by roma downey
congratulating greta. trump didn't like that, which is dangerous to do, because roma downey is married to mark burnett, the producer of "the apprentice." so far we haven't seen any of the raw footage from that show, but if trump starts a war with mark burnett's wife he could let that footage out and we'll get all the unedited video of who the hell knows what, trump crushing a sudafed and snorting it off the conference table? maybe punching don jr. in the face? pulling his penis out and forcing meatloaf to say how fat it is? [ laughter ] maybe that could be how greta thunberg saves the world. i should point out greta was not the only target of the president's thumb war. he had a banner day. he tweet asked or retweeted 91 times before noon today. if you do anything 91 times
before noon you belong in a mental institution. they called ate tweet storm but that doesn't capture it. we should come up with a new term for when he does this, like a donsoon, a liefoon, a tittytwister. this was the president's official schedule for the day. brief speech at 11:15. intelligence briefing at noon. a party at 7:00. people in assisted living facilities do more than this in a day. we're spending a huge amount of energy trying to remove a man from office who is never in his office. that party tonight is by the way the white house congressional ball. it's him with members of congress, great timing on that. last night trump presided over the hanukkah celebration and what a lovefest. melania ate it up. >> we're thrilled, thank you, i love you too, thank you.
i love ivanka. i love our first lady. >> jimmy: i think we witnessed the moment the first lady's soul exited her body. a shout-out to right-wing radio host mark levin, who took time to get to the podium. >> where are you? i saw him. that is mark? come on, mark. get your way up. make a path. like we used to say in the military, make a path. >> jimmy: right, like i used to -- like we used to say in the military i wasn't in. the military? christmas is two weeks -- are you ready for christmas, guillermo? >> yes, jimmy. >> jimmy: have your shopping done? >> halfway. >> jimmy: who do you have to buy for? >> my wife and my son. >> jimmy: okay. that's your whole family, right? >> yeah.
>> jimmy: we're going to work on it after the show. >> my mom, my grandma, my cousin. >> jimmy: what does benji, your son, want? >> new ipad. >> jimmy: are you going to get that for him? >> yes, of course. >> jimmy: okay, all right. will your mother-in-law be coming over for christmas? >> unfortunately, yes. >> jimmy: the holidays can be a stressful time when family visits. especially with this election coming. but help and dare i even say escape is on the way. >> the holiday season. the most wonderful time of the year. also the most stressful. >> you're putting kids in -- >> bleeding heart, wah! >> we need to talk this out. >> family gatherings can be bring out the worst. >> are you done? can i bring you another? >> shut up! >> when you start to feel overwhelmed, don't reach for the liquor cabinet. head for the tree fort.
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>> jimmy: you know, we're three weeks away not only from the end of the year, but from the end of the decade. i think we can all agree that this is a very stupid time to be alive. we asked people on the street about a bunch of current events we made up. these are news items that did not occur in 2019. or ever. did that stop people from weighing in on them? let's find out in this year of wasn't edition of "lie witness news." >> we're talking about the biggest news stories of 2019. north and south korea were united. was that a big moment of happiness for you? >> you know, i actually watched that live, yeah. it was a good thing to see donald trump going there and making peace. i watched it on tv, watched north korea and south korea, i believe they went somewhere,
they met and did that peaceful thing. yeah. it was a really good thing. >> do you remember when the government shut down because the president couldn't get a mcrib. >> back in january, yeah. >> where were you when you heard? >> i was at work. i work at a natural gas company. it's very conservative so i'm aware of that kind of stuff. >> ankle me when kellyanne came in with a bucket of mcribs and said, now the government can reopen, were you shocked? >> i thought it was funny, i would have done the same, yeah. >> how many mcribs did she have in that bucket? >> 40, quite a bit. >> the kanye west, were you surprised when she grabbed the mike from greta thunberg? >> absolutely not, he's known for that type of stuff, i was not shocked. >> what was the look on get that thunberg's face? >> oh my gosh, she was in shock, i would have had the same reaction. >> what did you think when you saw bill cosby's comeback comedy tour? >> he looks good for his age, not going to lie.
>> were you a little proud of him? >> it's tough to say i'm proud of bill cosby. i guess everybody does their own thing. >> why did president trump pardon millie, but not vanilly? >> because of a different religion i believe? because one is black and one is white. >> the james bond role did you think it was good? >> he's handsome and he fits the character perfectly. >> what did you think when you saw nathan landis for james bond. were you excited? >> i was excited. i couldn't wait to see the movie. >> were you outraged when the president made friendship bracelets with the taliban? at camp david? >> i don't agree with a lot of things he does. kind of outraged about it. that was one thing that pissed me off. >> where did you see this story the first time? >> i don't remember exactly. i live with my sugar daddy. he's always ranting about trump. trump did this, trump did that, blah, blah, blah.
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>> jimmy: hi there, welcome back. tonight, from the movie "richard jewell." he plays richard jewell. paul walter hauser is here. then with music from the movie "spies in disguise," mark ronson and anderson .pack from the mercedes-benz stage. next week, we're back at it again closing out the year with a bang with adam sandler, kevin garnett, jamie foxx, margot robbie, brie larson and many more. and on monday night, the force will be very strong with us. we will be in primetime with the cast of "star wars: the rise of skywalker." rey, fin, poe, lando, c-3po, chewbacca, jj and more. for "jimmy kimmel live after darth: a star wars special." monday at 10:00 eastern, 9:00 central. here on abc. i also want to mention that, as of yesterday, the book that i wrote and illustrated became a number one "new york times" bestseller.
"the serious goose." all the money i make from the sale of this book goes to children's hospital here in l.a. and children's hospitals all over the united states. you can buy it wherever they sell books and if you want an autographed copy go to theseriousgoose.com to get one signed by me. in great, big black sharpie just like the president of the united stas. our first guest is a golden globe-nominated actor and rapper and bottled water too. you know her from the movie "crazy rich asians." starting tomorrow you can see her alongside dwayne johnson and kevin hart in "jumanji: the next level." please welcome awkwafina. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how you doing? hey, congratulations on your golden globe nomination. >> thank you. >> jimmy: that came on monday,
right? >> yes, came out on monday. >> jimmy: that's a very exciting thing. >> yeah, yeah. very exciting. >> jimmy: was it very exciting? were you up waiting to hear if you'd get nominated? >> um, no. >> jimmy: okay. good, good. >> and not because, you know, i had korean barbecue the night before, and it was very rich, and so i, i fell asleep, and i woke up, and i saw like a flurry of messages as i was waking up as if someone died. >> jimmy: you'd forgotten what was happening? >> yeah, sure, yeah. i didn't, i wasn't reminded that they had come out that day. >> jimmy: i see. >> yeah, so it was that. and yeah, but -- >> jimmy: that would be weird if somebody did remind you, because then it puts a lot of pressure on being nominated. someone's like, by the way, nominations in the morning, and then it's like, what if they don't happen, then that person's a jerk. >> yeah, sure. the nominations in general, like the wrong date, never mind. >> jimmy: you know what i'm saying.
it's all this korean barbecue. that knocks you out, huh? >> knocked me out, yeah. it was really great, though. >> jimmy: you brought something that i -- it tickled me greatly, i have to say. your family was very excited. >> yes, they were. >> jimmy: they started group texting you. >> yes. >> jimmy: explain what i'm about to see. >> my aunt linda is a little bit of a nut. >> jimmy: there's always an aunt linda, and she's always a nut. >> i don't want to be like raining congratulations, it was just an odd text for the nature of it. >> jimmy: so first of all, i like the name of the group, which is akwafina fan club. congrats, we're so proud of you, omg, congratulations, congrats nora, that's your real name, congrats, this is awesome. you say thank you guys, when you finally wake up. then let's zoom in on aunt linda. >> here we go. >> jimmy: seriously, fam, curb yourselves of gluten, grains and beans, read up on lectin and how
it poisons your body over time. you all need to try intermittent fasting. do the 16-hour fast and try to eat one meal a day or do every other hour a day. cut out corn and soy, and even the organic kind. the seeds are all gmo. what a beautiful congratulations that was from aunt linda. >> i know, love her. >> jimmy: aunt linda is not coming to the show i guess? >> no. >> jimmy: she's not even allowed at the farmer's market, your aunt linda. >> i think she yells at the people at the farmer's market, for sure. she's that type. >> jimmy: she's like that. >> aunt linda. >> jimmy: nothing more that you need to say than that. aunt linda. >> all of that, yeah, pretty much. >> jimmy: you used to work at a video store. >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: how long ago was that? >> when i was 16 years old. >> jimmy: okay, so still at the end of video stores really, right? >> that was the whole thing. it was constant just -- well, you know we're getting put out of business. that's how we operated.
>> jimmy: that was how they explained not giving you a raise? >> for everything. well, we're going to be out of business. we're going to be a thing of the past. >> jimmy: did they go out of business eventually? >> yes. >> jimmy: they were right. >> exactly. >> jimmy: did you hear from those people you used to work with in the store? >> yeah, my video store manager texted me congratulations. that's how i knew somebody didn't die, i was like, why? you know. yeah, it was a great store. >> jimmy: were you active in recommending films to people, things you wanted them to watch? >> yeah, always, they would ask me, and i would tell them, yeah. >> jimmy: would they get mad if you recommended something and they did not like it? >> yes, there was one person who hated "inconvenient truth." and the next day, what kind of movie was this? i was like, a documentary. >> jimmy: was that person wearing a red hat? with four letters on it by any chance? >> possibly, yes. >> jimmy: what was the first movie you ever saw, do you remember?
>> yeah, when i was young, one of the first movies i ever saw was a "a league of their own." "beetlejuice." and "private parts." >> jimmy: howard stern's movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: how old were you? >> 7 or 8. >> jimmy: that's the perfect age for "private parts." >> and just trying to figure out everything that's happening. yeah. >> jimmy: was that the work of your dad? >> my dad and my uncle were obsessed with howard stern. my uncle had the "private parts" book and my dad had "private parts" on laser disk. and i was like, who is this guy with the empire state building there. >> jimmy: it was in the media. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: so you were fascinated with this? >> yeah, and my dad was also obsessed with recording the e! show on and taping it and hoarding the tapes. >> jimmy: and would you watch that with him? >> sometimes, yeah.
>> jimmy: that was a very dirty television show. >> very graphic, yeah. >> jimmy: so it was okay, you guys would watch it together? >> no, it wasn't okay. it was mortifying as i look back now. just like the different contests and whatnot. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then when i was in my 20s, like years later, we found the tapes and he was like, you want to watch some? it still didn't get better. >> jimmy: didn't get better. >> it's like, yeah, dad, this stucks. >> jimmy: dad was not uncomfortable at all. >> dad loves stern. >> jimmy: in certain company, not with your daughter. >> can't leave the room, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: wow. and aunt linda allowed this to happen? >> no. no. probably not. i don't think aunt linda would -- >> jimmy: she's pretty focussed on corn right now. >> grains, yes. >> jimmy: we'll take a break, we'll see a clip from "jumanji: the next level." awkwafina is with us, be right back.
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trying to steal the key to my chest! >> nope. >> shake her down. >> i'm sorry, i did it. it was my fault. i um, i just, i don't know. i don't know what i was -- oy vey. >> jimmy: awkwafina in "jumanji: the next level" with the hound from "game of thrones," playing almost exactly the same role he played in "game of thrones." >> i love that dude, he's awesome. >> jimmy: great. this movie, you've got dwayne johnson, kevin hart, jack black. all these guys. dwayne johnson was here the other night. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he, for christmas,
bought his mother last year a house, and then followed it by buying his father a house. will you be buying homes for your family this holiday? because you're in the movie, too. >> yeah, no, i was in that movie. no. no. >> jimmy: you will not? >> no. maybe, you know, a nice chair. you know. >> jimmy: mm-hm. >> you know? >> jimmy: have you bought yourself a house? where do you live now? >> i just moved to l.a. >> jimmy: you did. okay. did you do that because you really wanted to or you felt like for professional reasons it would be better? >> you know, i did want to, because i love l.a., and i'll tell you why i love l.a., growing up in new york. my dream was always to drive a car to target, go to target. you load your things in there. your thongs in there. and then, and then you drive home, and then you go into the mouth of your house and drop off what you bought, instead of taking four trains home with like, you know, a small house, you know? >> jimmy: yeah, you know what? i'm totally with you on that. i like to go to costco, and i
like to get stuff i don't need. >> yeah. >> jimmy: like 48 batteries. >> yeah! >> jimmy: and i think about that all the time when i'm in new york, because i've never lived in new york city. i'm like, how are these people bulk shopping? >> they're not. they are, and they're bringing on the train, you know what it's like holding a 48-pack of tissue paper? >> jimmy: i've seen people doing that, yeah, and it's no good. >> it's no good. >> jimmy: you, being a home owner, is that stressful for you? >> you know, i thought i would be a really chill homeowner, like come on by, dude. i have a friend that's been living there for a long time or something, but no, i'm horrible. i have a mini stroke, a friend clogged my downstairs toilet and i found myself yelling at him like my dad would, you know i have to pay for everything that happens in this house, right? and i do my little, walk over to things, check out a crack, i always have a thing. >> jimmy: uh-huh. my dad was always checking the walls. >> yeah.
>> jimmy: and we always made fun of him. your hands are on the walls, why are your hands on the walls? now i find myself looking at the walls and going why are these children putting their hands on the walls! >> this little titanic smear, yeah, yeah. exactly, yeah. >> jimmy: are you that all balanced all the time that you have to -- spider-man is in the house, they're all over the walls. >> yes. >> jimmy: yeah, you have to protect the walls. >> protect the walls at all costs. >> jimmy: what's going on for christmas? you have a plan? you going home? >> um, probably not. my dad ruined thanksgiving, i've had enough. yeah. i'm probably going to stay home. >> jimmy: you know what would be a fun thing, invite your friends over to the house, let them clog up the toilets. >> no no. yeah, i mean -- >> jimmy: the yuletide clog. it will be a tradition for you. >> that would be very festive, yes. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. the movie is called "jumanji: the next level." it opens in theaters tomorrow,
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♪ >> jimmy: hi there, welcome back. still to come, mark ronson and anderson the paak. earlier this month, our next guest received the breakthrough performance award from the national board of review, which is a very good board of review. he stars in clint eastwood's newest "richard jewell." it opens tomorrow. please welcome paul walter hauser. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> great, great. >> jimmy: that will be your theme song, whenever you come to this show. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you will be serenaded with that. >> i was hoping for that or "iris" by the goo goo dolls. it's a little more personal, though, a little more personal. buddy, i've been here before. >> jimmy: to the show? >> yeah, not as a guest, obviously, you would remember that. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i sat, no, i sat, this is years ago, me and my buddy scott daly sat the second row like where you guys are there. the episode -- i still remember it because you're that good. it was javier bardem and it was flava flav. >> jimmy: wow. >> good show, good show. what year was this? how long ago? >> this must have 2013 or -- i don't know. >> jimmy: how many children was
flava up to? >> i haven't kept count like i told him i would. he was here slinging -- he had spicy chicken, he gave it to the audience. >> jimmy: oh, right, it was a cooking demonstration. >> it felt like a dream, not an aspirational dream, but a dream like how much did i drink last night. it was good, it was fine. it was fun. >> jimmy: yes, he opened a, not a chain maybe, i don't know if it still exists, but he opened his own fried chicken restaurant. >> you know what it is? it's a saturated market. there's a lot of fast food options. >> jimmy: it's a literally saturated market. where are you from? where did you grow up? >> saginaw, michigan. [ cheers and applause ] i didn't know we'd get that response. that's great. >> jimmy: our warmup guy, don, is from saginaw, and he tells the audience this every single night, and no one really ever cares, but he tells everybody every single night. you both are saginawens. what do you go by?
>> saggen-awesome. >> jimmy: that would make for a nice tee shirt. >> someone is literally making plans for it as they watch this show. >> jimmy: i know you probably got here by a plane or something like that, but why did you move to los angeles? >> i wanted to act. i immersed myself my entire life. i was obsessed with it. and i went to be a background extra in a movie, and it was a movie written and directed by lance black, he wrote "milk." he won an academy award for writing "milk" which is a beautiful film. >> jimmy: right. >> and i just saw him at the audition, and i figured i'm not going to get a speaking part, so i wanted to congratulate him. i said hey, i just wanted to say congrats on "milk", it's a beautiful film. i love your speech, i'm a christian. and when you said god doesn't hate gay people that brought me to tears, that needs to be said, thank you. i said what i felt. i was ready to walk away, and he said there might be a part for you, let me get your name, and
he brought me back, and i booked like a big part in the movie. >> jimmy: he remembered you from that? >> from that. he brought me back. >> jimmy: he didn't even know if you could act and he gave you that part? >> i did have to audition, but i was pretty, i was aggressive and immersive. the guys i was auditioning against worked at like sam goody. you know. they didn't work at -- they weren't as obsessed as i was. >> jimmy: this is back home. >> this was back home in michigan. i made some money and moved to l.a. two months later. it was crazy. >> jimmy: you made the money and that got you out here. >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you keep in touch with him at all? >> i try not to bother him. he's a busy guy, got a family, doing speaking engagements. i text him once a year to say lance black gave me my start. >> jimmy: i bet he takes pleasure in that. he's going to be excited to see you in this movie. well, you know. by theway, which i thought was great and you were fantastic in it. it's called "richard jewell." this is the story of the man who is now deceased, who was wrongly
accused of planting a bomb at the olympics in atlanta. it was -- and it's, you know -- it is a sad story for sure. >> it's heavy, you know. it's one of those movies that, it's sort of like you have to google it afterwards because some of the things seem so unbelievable. and then you find out they're real, but it's pretty jaw-dropping. and painful. but we kept it light on the set. we had guys like sam rockwell -- >> jimmy: by the way, speaking of it being real, i mentioned this to sam rockwell when he was here. i was there, in, i was working in a radio station, i was in the parking lot. >> oh, seriously. >> jimmy: at richard jewell's apartment complex. >> what? >> jimmy: with the media that was depicted in the film. and it looked -- and it is exactly as i remembered it. i mean exactly as i remembered it, and it's a very strange experience to see that. it's almost watching like a home movie or something, but i happened to be there covering the olympics. i was a sports guy on the radio station. and this happened. it became the big story, and we were out in the parking lot just waiting for something.
i don't know what. >> that's nuts. that was the 24/7 news cycle, it was the advent of that. suddenly, everybody's like, maybe we'll just stay here to see what we get and we'll put it on whenever, you know. >> jimmy: is it intimidating to be directed by clint eastwood? >> no, and it should have been. and i don't say that out of any poise or arrogance. it's like he puts you at ease. he reminds you, he's a film fan himself, and a lot of the great directors i've worked with, spike lee, clint eastwood, they all show that they're still fans and people and family men, so it de-escalates the nerves, but i was more nervous to meet bobbi jewell, richard's mom. that was crazy. >> jimmy: oh, you met his mother. >> she came onto the warner brothers lot and i was like, i got the part, holy cow. and they came back, you've got to meet the people. oh.
but she couldn't have been sweeter. and she goes, you look just like richard. you look just like my son. >> jimmy: wow. >> and she says you're doing things like him that you don't even know you're doing like him. it felt like the ultimate signoff to get her approval. >> jimmy: i would imagine so. were you intentionally doing things like him? >> i was looking for bombs in the office. no. i was very -- i think just inherent stuff, you know. we do have similar tendencies and traits, you know. i'm sure. >> jimmy: you do, you think so, huh? >> more than, a lot of the characters i play, whether good guys or scummy guys, i got a lot in common with a lot of them. there's a reason i get these parts, know what i mean? there's a reason. >> jimmy: do you think that clint eastwood is someone you will keep in touch with regularly? over the course of your life? >> god, i hope so. i hope he's not sick of me. he's been seeing a lot of me recently. i make him laugh, too, you know. i'm the same -- i don't know how to put on airs.
i'm the same person with everybody. i had fun making him laugh. just keeping it real. >> jimmy: what makes clint eastwood laugh? >> i think spontaneity. he's so used to what he does. he's made like 30-some movies. i just tried like -- you know. keeping it moving. keeping the improv. there was a day when we did the karaoke scene, which thank god isn't in the film, seriously. >> jimmy: oh really. >> we had a karaoke scene that got cut. and clint looked at me and goes, as if there wasn't enough pressure, and goes, "do you even know how to sing"? and i just, everyone's looking, like 40 crew members are looking at my after he says that and i go -- ♪ l is for the way you look at me ♪ i'm talkin' to you, clinty! i did a whole frank sinatra thing and he was cracking up and he looked at me and he goes, "always with the tricks, this guy, you got to look out for this guy." >> jimmy: you did a terrific job in the movie, "richard jewell,"
it opens in theaters tomorrow. paul walter hauser, everybody. be right back with mark ronson and anderson paak! >> dicky: to see more music check out 4 x far music and adventure festival, january 18th and 19th. for tickets and more information. the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by the 2020 gle, mercedes benz, the best or nothing.
>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes benz, the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank awkwafina and paul walter hauser. apologies to matt damon. nightline is next, but first, here with the song "then there were two," mark ronson and anderson .paak. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ and then there were two right now we got to start somewhere how far to go ♪ ♪ i don't care just when i thought you leave me blue you come around ♪ ♪ outta nowhere just when i thought you leave me there you came back cool ♪
♪ you came back cool my company is leaving the minute that you tell me we gotta move ♪ ♪ 'cause without you i'm a sloucher ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh but with you ♪ ♪ i'm ambitious such a monster when i'm not near you ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ start somewhere how far to go i don't care baby, i don't care ♪ ♪ just when i thought you leave me blue so blue you come around ♪ ♪ outta nowhere a hundred million people just to smother the mood i had to plead to get ♪ ♪ them all out the room but then there were two ooh, yeah yeah ♪ ♪ just when i thought i'd seen it all i stand confused my understanding ♪ ♪ i'm a sloucher ooh, ooh, ooh,
ooh but with you i'm ambitious such a monster when ♪ ♪ i'm not near you but together we can't stop look in the mirrors ♪ ♪ right now we have to start somewhere start somewhere how far to go ♪ ♪ i don't care baby, i don't care just when i thought you leave me blue ♪ ♪ so blue you come around outta nowhere a hundred million people ♪ ♪ just to smother the mood i had to plead to get them all out the room but then there were two ♪ ♪ ooh, yeah yeah big boss tailor-made garments ♪ ♪ the only thing i needed was reason to be cautious if i call it like i see it ♪ ♪ then i would say i'm starting to become a decent human being without losing my monster ♪ ♪ i started at the beginning all that matters is the common ♪ that we live in and getting this bread like park pigeon how far to go ♪ ♪ i never paid attention ooh, ooh, ooh when i'm with you i can complete any ♪ ♪ big or small mission right now
we have to start somewhere how far to go ♪ ♪ i don't care just when i thought you leaving blue you come around ♪ ♪ outta nowhere right now we have to start somewhere how far to go ♪ ♪ i don't care just when i thought you leaving blue you come around ♪ ♪ outta nowhere a hundred million people just to smother the mood i had to plead to get ♪ ♪ them all out the room but then there were two ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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