tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC July 13, 2022 11:35pm-12:37am PDT
en jimmy kimmel, henry winkler. -- on jimmy >> lou: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live" with guest host anthony anderson. tonight, henry winkler, marcus scribner, and music from sean paul featuring gwen stefani with cleto and the cletones. and now, anthony anderson! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> anthony: all right! [ cheers and applause ] thank you! thank you! okay. all right. welcome to "jimmy kimmel live."
i'm your guest host, anthony anderson. [ cheers and applause ] this is my third and final night here at the show. [ audience aws ] hey, guillermo, i'm going to miss you, man. >> guillermo: i'm going to milos you too. i love you. you're doing a good job. >> anthony: thank you, baby. i love you too. [ applause ] and i'm also going to miss waking up to supportive comments from jimmy's viewers like this -- "damn son. anthony anderson can't do [ bleep ] without his momma huh?" [ laughter ] that is not true! i can do lots of stuff without my mama. right, mama? >> right. [ laughter ] that's right. >> anthony: she has to talk at least once per show or she doesn't get a check. [ laughter ] >> i like -- >> anthony: how many of you guys -- mama, damn it, i'm doing a show!
>> i like your shoes. >> anthony: okay, yes. you can't wear my shoes. how many of you guys are visiting from out of town? [ cheers and applause ] well, you might want to take your ass back home. [ laughter ] los angeles is about to reach p what the cdc calls a "high covid community level." at this point, the covid numbers in l.a. are as high as the people who live here. [ applause ] why can't covid be more like jimmy and just take the damn summer off? [ laughter ] that's not the only thing we have to worry about around here. according to a new report, california is the 9th most dangerous state for pedestrians. well, yeah, that's where my mama has her driver's license. so, you know. [ laughter ] and this is interesting, if you're black, they say the most dangerous states to walk in are
alabama, arkansas, georgia, louisiana, texas. [ bleep ] it, all of them. [ laughter ] all right? [ applause ] new york did not make the top ten. but it's still the number one city to see a guy dressed like batman whack it off on the subway. [ laughter ] a lot of new yorkers are freaked out right now because the city's office of emergency management put out this terrifying psa about what to do in the event of a nuclear attack. >> so there's been a nuclear attack. don't ask me how or why. just know that the big one has hit. step one, get inside fast. step two, stay inside. shut all doors and windows. have a basement? head there. if you were outside after the blast, get clean immediately.
remove and bag all outer clothing to keep radioactive dust or ash away from your body. step three, stay tuned. follow media for more information. all right? you've got this. >> anthony: "you've got this?" [ laughter ] no, we don't! and wait a minute, put that back up. the craziest thing about this video is that anyone in new york could afford an apartment that big. [ laughter ] look at that. if you can afford that place, you can afford your own doomsday bunker. [ laughter ] we don't have any rules in l.a. for a nuclear attack, so i made some up. want to hear them? [ cheers ] okay. here's what you should do if there's a nuclear attack in los angeles. step one, roll yourself up in a yoga mat. [ laughter ] step two, zip your comfort chihuahua in your purse.
[ laughter ] step three, kiss your ass implants goodbye. [ laughter ] and that's that. [ cheers and applause ] donald trump and elon musk are feuding with each other right now. what a matchup. it's alien versus sexual predator. [ laughter ] trump claims that when he was president he could have told elon musk to drop to his knees and beg and elon would have done it. there's nothing trump likes better than bragging about beggars. >> they're begging me for the wall in san diego. >> nancy pelosi will be begging for a wall. >> usually people are begging. >> they have to come in and beg. >> forcing us to beg. >> we beg you! >> they want us to beg. >> beg for forgiveness. >> they beg me. >> begging me. >> begging me. >> begging us.
>> begin strips. dogs don't know it's not bacon. >> begging! [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: yeah. trump, i think you forgot all those times you begged porn stars to have sex with you. [ applause ] ooh. i don't write 'em, i just read 'em. [ laughter ] all right. today was amazon prime day, and in pennsylvania at least one guy got a lot more than he bargained for. >> michael gundy says he got a horrible package delivered right outside his house in mealvale. he claims his ring doorbell camera caught an amazon delivery driver defecating in the street on sunday. >> i do a lot of nasty stuff doing construction. that was one of the nastiest things i've smelled in my l■ife. >> gundy tells channel 11 he went back to look at the cameras after his granddaughter tracked fecal matter into the house. he confronted the driver.
gundy says he handed the driver a water hose to clean up the mess and that just made it worse. it got on his shoes and on the side of his truck. >> i smelled it. i tasted it. i couldn't get that taste out of my mouth for like two hours. [ laughter ] >> anthony: the dude taking a dump on the side of the street, that's on him. smelling and tasting it? that's on you. [ laughter ] of course, the big story today is they announced we've got some new emojis on the way. mm-hmm. there's gonna be a ginger emoji, which is for when you're making ginger ale or when a really old dude wants to send an eggplant emoji to you. [ laughter ] and this one is called the "my face when the edible kicks in" emoji. [ laughter ] they've also got emojis for maracas and a donkey, so it's never been easier to text someone to "shake that ass." [ laughter ]
[ applause ] i mean, these are cool, i guess, but what we really need are emojis that make it easy to express what's on our minds right now. like -- "oh, [ bleep ] inflation!" [ laughter ] "oh, [ bleep ] covid!" or this one. "oh, [ bleep ] monkeypox!" "oh, [ bleep ] racism!" "oh, [ bleep ] insurrection!" "oh, [ bleep ] i didn't get nominated for an emmy again!" [ laughter ] and, "oh, [ bleep ] my amazon guy just [ bleep ] on the sidewalk!" [ applause ] it's a weird time to be an american. with everything going on, it doesn't always seem as great as it used to be. but it's important to remember a lot of people still dream of
becoming americans. every week, immigrants from countries all over the world take the oath of citizenship. and i don't know if you've ever seen a citizenship ceremony, but they are about as exciting as jury duty. and during covid, they've even started doing drive-up ceremonies. >> congratulations. you're now a united states citizen. >> anthony: and would you like fries with that? [ laughter ] all right. these people deserve better. so tonight, we invited a group of brand new citizens to come to the show for the introduction that they deserve. to help me out, give it up for phil hulett, the stadium announcer for the anaheim ducks! [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, anthony. we start tonight's celebration with the symbol of our nation, the majestic bald eagle! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ on the boats and on the
planes ♪ ♪ they're coming to america ♪ >> and now, ladies and gentlemen, your new american citizens! from guadalajara, mexico, standing at 5'9" tall, he's a professional sound mixer who -- orlando barrera torres! from manila, philippines, standing at 5'5", she's a registered nurse who loves spaghetti and meatballs and bts, coralou casuela pike! ♪ today ♪ from havana, cuba, at 5'9" tall, she's a professional dancer, choreographer, and model, who hates the sound of barking dogs. laroye aña! ♪ today ♪ from taipei, taiwan, at 5'10", he is a mortgage broker whose
go-to movie snack is kit katz. kuo-yao hung! ♪ today ♪ from tatabanya, hungary, standing at 5'7", she's a stay-at-home mom who makes the best braised lamb in san pedro. orsolya "orshi" kiss! from rotterdam, netherlands, at six feet even, he's a software consultant whose favorite tv show is "90 day fiance." raimond stefan kranenburg! ♪ today ♪ from tijuana, mexico, standing at 5'4", she is a mental health professional who can burp on command. cecia cruz! ♪ today ♪ and from lagos, nigeria, coming in at 5'7" tall, she's a newlywed whose life goal is to stop her husband snoring.
sunmisola trinity adeyemi! ladies and gentlemen, please welcome your new american citizens! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> anthony: congratulations to you all! and in honor of your accomplishment, for today only, hollywood boulevard will be known as -- "ana barrera torres kranenburg casuela pike cruz kuo-yao hung kiss trinity adeyami avenue"! [ cheers and applause ] did i get it right? all right. it took me seven hours of rehearsal to recite that and get that right. and i still don't think i got it right. but before we let you go, it wouldn't be america without some
lovely parting gifts, handed out by our founding fathers themselves. here's benjamin franklin with our national footwear, american flag crocs! [ cheers and applause ] and alexander hamilton taking time away from his broadway show to bring you corn dogs! all right? and we have a special guest founding father joining us. [ applause ] >> i'm george takei washington. [ cheers and applause ] america's first president. oh my, oh my, i cannot tell a lie.
corn dogs and crocs are not our proudest achievements. what is, you ask? america's national parks, and my gift to you all is a round-trip flight to the park of your choice. [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: that's right, friends. american airlines are giving you each two travel certificates that you can use anywhere in the continental united states. [ cheers and applause ] congratulations and welcome to you all. many thanks to george takei. go see his movie, "paws of fury: the legend of hank," which opens in theaters friday. we have a good show for you tonight. marcus scribner is here. we've got music from sean paul and gwen stefani. and we'll be right back with our national treasure, henry
[ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: welcome back to "jimmy kimmel live!" i'm anthony anderson. tonight, first, he was "black-ish" and now he's all "grown-ish." my tv son, marcus scribner is with us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] then later, his new album is called "scorcha," and he brought along a very special guest for his performance tonight, sean paul featuring gwen stefani from the mercedes eq stage.
[ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night, youtube phenom mark rober will be hosting the show with his guests, demi lovato and science bob. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest is an emmy award-winning actor who invoked 1950s cool in the 1970s and every decade since. he is emmy-nominated, once again for his performance as gene cousineau on season three of hbo's "barry," please welcome henry winkler! [ cheers and applause ] >> hi. >> anthony: hey, henry, how are
you? >> i'm excited because i get to say hi to your mom. >> hey. >> now i know where you got it from. she is very funny. >> anthony: thank you very much. >> and what a great country is this that we welcome people from all over the world. [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: yeah. well, i'd like to start off by saying skrajscongratulations to henry, on your emmy nomination. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. did you get up to watch the announcements? >> i did. i got up. i fed the dogs. i watched the announcement. i watched j.b. smoove be smoove. >> anthony: yeah. >> and i was so excited. then they didn't mention our category. then i had to go online and read the list. and i saw my name. >> anthony: oh, you saw it? >> i saw my list. >> anthony: they didn't mention your category. they didn't mention me or my mom at all. [ laughter ] >> i promise you, when i am in charge of the emmys that will not happen again. >> anthony: that will not
happen? that's what i like -- so how soon -- >> i'm going to present you with an even larger broach. [ laughter ] >> i don't think it can get much bigger than this, henry. how soon did the congratulatory calls come in? >> you know what? they came in right away. people were wonderful. when your children call you -- when they call you is great. when they call and they say congratulations, we are proud of you, it is -- it is the beginning and the end. >> anthony: yeah. no, it's nothing like it. >> yeah, i had to wake my wife up. [ laughter ] it was great. >> anthony: you and your "barry" co-star anthony carerigan. noho hank. are both nominated in the same category. are you cool with it? >> i'm cool with it. we are cool with it because we are a family on "barry."
there is a no [ bleep ] policy. >> anthony: i like that. >> we get along so well. stephen root, the wonderful stephen root and sarah goldberg and anthony and i went down to austin together to do press for "barry." we had the best time all together. >> anthony: okay. that's beautiful. >> yeah. >> anthony: your first nomination came in 1976 -- >> forty -- oh, when? >> anthony: '76. that's 46 years ago. >> yeah. >> anthony: for "happy days." right? [ cheers and applause ] >> it was great. >> anthony: now, know this may sound like a silly question. but did you even own a tuxedo in 1976? >> i did not. i rented it. along with my television and my hi-fi. you know, you could rent to buy. >> anthony: yes, yes. >> my entire apartment was rented. >> anthony: wow. >> it's true. >> anthony: and i hear that tuxedo was made of wool. >> the first time i hosted, the
only time i hosted the emmys with cheryl ladd, they made me a tuxedo out of wool. but it was very hot. and they had the foresight to put velour over the air-conditioning. >> anthony: yes. >> so i lost weight. [ laughter ] but that was the only thing i did right. i was not prepared at that time to host. >> anthony: no. >> no. >> anthony: how was it hosting? because they never asked me to do that. >> you know what? you would be great at it. you are a natural. >> anthony: thank you. that's what i think! [ applause ] right? >> let me tell you something, there is a guy named jimmy who never asked me to host his show during the -- >> anthony: jimmy's a [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] you know, i will admit -- >> i did just have dinner at his lodge. he has a fishing lodge in swan valley. >> anthony: oh, really? >> we stay at the lodge on the
palisades. and he has this south fork. beautiful. >> anthony: really? >> and delicious. >> anthony: delicious? >> oh, my gosh. >> anthony: so you went fishing with jimmy? >> i didn't. he wasn't there either. [ laughter ] i know jimmy. that's about it. >> anthony: now, back to, you know, the emmys, the ceremonies and things like that, i get starstruck. i mean, i was starstruck the very first time that i met you. >> thank you. >> anthony: and you know, i felt it crazy that henry winkler knew who anthony anderson was. because you walked over -- i went over to introduce myself and you were like hey, anthony, how are you? and i was like oh, [ bleep ] henry winkler knows who i am. i'm just a kid from compton. >> we watch you in our house. >> anthony: thank you. that's beautiful, man. so do you get starstruck at these events? >> i do. but mostly by singers. mostly by music personalities.
i lose my [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] >> anthony: losing [ bleep ]. who was the biggest person or who were you most starstruck over before? in the past. >> i have met mistake jagger. >> anthony: okay. >> i was in a restaurant, and i walked up to mistake jagger and i said hello, i'm henry winkler and i have all of your albums. by this time it's all downloaded but i have all your albums. and it is such a pleasure to meet you. and i was at your concert before i came to hollywood. and he -- now you are me. okay? >> anthony: yeah. >> i'm mistake. >> anthony: hey. >> henry. [ laughter ] i slunk out of the restaurant. i am so sorry. i didn't mean to disturb you. enjoy the sushi. it was such a pleasure.
i love your outfit. [ laughter ] >> anthony: speaking of sushi and going back to jimmy kimmel's lodge that you've been invited to that i've never been invited to. >> no, no, no, i had to make a reservation. >> anthony: oh, you had to make a reservation. >> let me just tell you, the food is great. >> anthony: is it really? >> oh, my gosh. >> anthony: do you eat what you catch? because here we are -- >> no. >> anthony: you're on the snake river right now, right? >> it is one of the great fisheries in america. honestly. that fish is the largest fish i've ever caught. it is 24 inches long. it's a brown which originally came from germany. >> anthony: yeah, mine's brown too. [ laughter ] >> i am editing so fast. anyway, i take a picture, i give it a kiss, i sign a laminated
fonzie picture, put it in its mouth and -- [ laughter ] but let me tell you, i'm one happy person there. >> anthony: okay, hold on. we've got more to share. >> oh, the last fish i caught -- i was just there on sunday. i caught that sunday. hi. how are you? >> anthony: yeah. >> but look at the color of that fish. and i took a picture and i -- >> anthony: okay. all catch and release. you're not eating any of this. >> all catch and release. >> anthony: okay. >> because they are so majestic. i will not eat a trout in a restaurant. >> anthony: really? >> no. i will not. they are so beautiful and so much fun they give me and they give stacy, my wife, so much joy. >> anthony: all right. well, we're going to come right back with more henry winkler after this. >> we are? >> anthony: yes, we are.
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>> okay. >> it takes 17 minutes to get here. with traffic. >> 17 -- okay. bye. [ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: welcome back, everyone. i'm here with henry winkler. >> can i just say one thing? >> anthony: please. >> on the other end of that phone call in the next scene in the show is robert wisdom. >> anthony: yes. >> and i wanted to say we did a scene together that was so -- one of the great moments of my acting career. >> anthony: really? >> and i stood on robert wisdom's shoulders to get there. i'm so serious. and we did it, and it was all in one take. i walked in. he calls me. he is the father of the woman i deeply loved that barry killed. >> anthony: yes. >> you have to watch -- okay.
and i walk in to rehearse and we walk into a garage. it's filled. when we come in to shoot, i come around the corner. it is stark empty. robert, two chairs and a crane and there was no crew. they are on the other side of the wall of the garage. >> anthony: oh, really? herewplded telli you, my heart flew out of my body. >> anthony: yeah. yeah. [ applause ] it was a powerful scene. just the two of you in there. >> just the two of us. >> anthony: i love it when he puts the chair next to you and you guys are nose to nose. >> oh, my god. and intimidating because he does nothing and all you feel is like reverberation of power coming off robert wisdom. >> anthony: yeah, he's a great actor.
so robert wisdom if you're watching i'm a fan, brother and you're a great actor. just got to tell you that right now myself. can you talk about season 4 and what we're going to expect in season 4? >> do you know what? yes, i could talk about season 4. >> anthony: but? >> but i would be dead. [ laughter ] >> anthony: then the show would be over. >> you know what? bill is -- keeps it very close to the vest. as a matter of fact, i think his vest is tattooed on. >> anthony: okay. okay. >> they have an added expense at hbo. a man named gino lives in my house now. >> anthony: okay. >> and if i even whisper something i've read in a script. >> anthony: yes. >> gino is there to remind me to shut up. [ laughter ] >> anthony: okay. well, tell us this. have you guys started filming season 4 yet? >> no. i can tell you that we're going to start in august. >> anthony: start in august. >> we're going to start in
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in front of my very striking eyes. we played father and son for eight seasons on "black-ish." now, he's off to college when he joins season five of "grown-ish." it premieres a week from today on freeform. please say hello to lil' scooby! [ cheers and applause ] all right. little suby. they're like who the hell is lil' suby? >> oh, man, anthony gave me that nickname a while ago. because i was looking at cars for my first car. and and i was like i might get a subaru because my mom wanted me to get one and i was leaning toward that. and now here we are, my rap name lil' suby. >> anthony: you're on the hottest television show in the world right now. you are not about to buy a
subaru. >> they're reliable. i'm not trying to plug them right now, but they're kind of hard. >> anthony: i'm just saying. all right. three months since our series finale of "black-ish." how are you feeling, man? you miss seeing this pretty face every day? >> you know i do, anthony. i'm looking at this broach, though, over here. that "black-ish" money, that check came in, huh? >> anthony: yeah, it did. [ applause ] not going to lie, it did. >> i was trying to match you. i got a little bit of bling but not as much. but yeah, i'm feeling -- obviously i miss everybody. we said last time we have to get together and do a dinner. and i never sent the first text. >> anthony: you didn't. >> i miss everyone so much. i'm working on "grown-ish" now, so i get to work with yara a little bit. >> anthony: season 5 of "grown-ish." how's that going for you? >> it's going well. it is difficult. "black-ish" we used to get out of work at lunchtime. "grown-ish" we're going into the late hours of the night. it's a different experience. >> anthony: that's what happens when you carry a show, son.
>> yes, sir. >> anthony: that's what happens when you carry a show. now, i watched the trailer. you're having a great time. can we show an image of marcus? can you explain to us what's happening in that screenshot right there, son? >> yes. so this is actually my first day of college. and we started off with a bang. [ laughter ] >> anthony: started off with a bang. uh-huh. >> yeah. so this is right here, this is kiella, the younger sister of one of our characters, luca. and zoey, who is my sister, walks in on me doing the deed. over a sink. >> anthony: over a sink, yeah. is this your first sex scene? >> it is, actually. i didn't do any on "black-ish." so -- >> anthony: no. we weren't having that. >> this is a new junior -- but this is my first sex scene.
it was super -- at first it was supposed to be me just kind of standing behind her and she's leaned over the sink. and then eventually they were like all right, marcus, we actually need you to, you know, thrust a little bit. we need to see a little hip action. i got stiff hips. i'm 22 but i'm not very flexible. but i was -- i did it. so here we are. [ applause ] >> anthony: is that how they do it nowadays? you keep the t-shirt on? >> so i actually had a discussion because i just saw on tiktok recently that girls don't find it attractive when a guy has his shirt on and no bottom on. it's called winnie the poohing. [ laughter ] >> anthony: yeah. >> and i was like a little -- i was a little irate after the fact when i found out that i was kind of humiliated on tv. >> anthony: well, i've just got to say this. if you're going to do it you need to go all the way. >> yeah. >> anthony: i've done some tasteful --
[ app [ applause ] >> come on. >> anthony: ain't no winnie the pooh going on right there, big dog. >> letting it all hang out. >> anthony: yeah, that's me in all of my glory. look at that. now, that's how you do it, son. so the next time you have a sex scene in "grown-ish," this is how you show up to set. >> got it. >> anthony: all right? >> i will take notes. >> anthony: you've got to give the people what they want! i'm husky and handsome! >> glorious. >> anthony: now, your television sister yara shahidi, walked in on you on that scene. has that ever happened to you in real life? >> fortunately enough it's never happened to me in real life. >> anthony: okay. >> i heard it's very scarring. but i did -- the most embarrassing incident i can think of is i was i think 10, which is too old for this to happen. but i was at the beach with my
family, and i had to pee really badly. no bathroom around. everybody pees in the ocean, right? that's a common -- nobody's agreeing with me. >> anthony: that's why the water's so salty. >> exactly. so my parents were just like go pee in the ocean. and 10-year-old me did not understand. i walked -- the water probably went up to my ankles, pulled my pants all the way down and just peed right in front of a beach full of people. >> anthony: that's not what they meant when they said go pee in the ocean. >> no, not at all. they need to choose their words more carefully, though, to be honest. >> anthony: you know, you play a college student. >> yeah. >> anthony: any real college plans for you? because a few years ago you declared that you were going to go to sc. right? >> yes. >> anthony: you didn't come to me to write your letter. but it's cool. you went to somebody else. any plans on you going to college for real in real life? >> i think -- i honestly think
i'm going to pull an anthony anderson. i think i'm going to go for it when i'm 50. i ended up not going to usc. i was going to focus on the whole work situation. >> anthony: okay. >> i'll get around to it eventually i think. >> anthony: i'll tell you this. if you go my route, i will buy you whatever you want if you get your college degree at 51 like i did. if you wait that long. >> i'm going to hold you to that. this is recorded. >> anthony: i got you. 51. you go back to school and get your degree at 51 like i did from howard university, i'll get you whatever you want. >> i got you. >> anthony: because i know what you like. you are a car guy. >> yes, sir. >> anthony: so tell the people what your favorite car is. >> okay. all right. i don't need -- this definitely lines up with my nickname little suby. but my favorite car is a nissan skyline gtr. they only make them like overseas. so like europe, japan. and you can't import them into the united states.
you have to wait 25 years from the first date of their development. i recently just got one. so it's been a dream car for a while. [ applause ] i've got to wait, though, till 2023 to import it. >> anthony: 2023? >> yeah. >> anthony: you can have any car you want. why that one? why a nissan? >> it's iconic. it was in like the first "fast and furious" movie. it's a big part of the japanese market. >> anthony: you're getting a car that was manufactured a few years before you were born. >> yes. >> anthony: it's already an instant classic. >> exactly. it's like an appreciate'sing mat asset. >> anthony: just like you are, brother. >> thank you. >> anthony: give it up for marcus lil' suby scribner. season 5 of "grown-ish" premieres a week from today on freeform. we'll be right back with music from sean paul and gwen stefani. [ cheers and applause ] >> lou: the "jimmy kimmel live"
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[ cheers and applause ] >> anthony: all right. i want to thank henry winkler, marcus scribner, george takei, phil hulett, and my man, jimmy kimmel. apologies to matt damon. "nightline" is next, but first, his album "scorcha" is out now. here with the song, "light my fire," and some help from gwen stefani, it's sean paul! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ one two ♪ ♪ one two three set your body ablaze your body ablaze me and you baby ♪ ♪ set your body ablaze set your body ablaze your body ablaze ♪ ♪ me and you baby set your body ablaze baby won't you ♪ ♪ light my fire can you take me higher and when you're ♪ ♪ rubbin' on me you really spark my flame baby won't you ♪ ♪ light my fire and mi say baby mi say ♪
♪ don't you worry don't worry your brain don't you fret ♪ ♪ just listen what i'm sayin' serious ♪ ♪ mi serious so look inna mi face i'm tryna take you ♪ ♪ back to my place slow whine baby just stick to my pace ♪ ♪ rock steady girl to di riddim and bass come baby girl ♪ ♪ we nuh have no time fi waste don't wann' run you down ♪ ♪ don't wann' chase baby won't you light my fire ♪ ♪ bidi bong bong bong can you take me higher ♪ and when you're rubbin' on me you really spark my flame ♪ ♪ you see baby won't you light my fire ♪ ♪ mek mi tell you what a piece of hotness when di fire touch skin ♪ ♪ when di neighbor get vexed and get up knockin' ♪ ♪ when bed board is knockin' and gyal back is keep crackin' ♪ ♪ steadily we're puttin' it on and we keep it trackin' ♪ ♪ and baby girl knowin' that nothing ain't lackin' brand spankin' ♪ ♪ new machine keep going listen to me dj
listen to me sing ♪ ♪ sean da paul from di heart girl i keep talkin' ♪ ♪ dem deh-deh nuh know a good love girl yow dem-deh-deh ♪ ♪ nuh know a good love girl baby girl dem deh-deh nuh know a good love girl ♪ ♪ yow dem deh-deh nuh know a good love girl baby won't you ♪ ♪ light my fire can you take me higher and when you're rubbin' ♪ ♪ on me you really spark my flame baby won't you ♪ ♪ light my fire rub-a-dub-a-dub girl won't you ♪ ♪ light my fire nowmy ♪ rub-a-dub-a-dub girl won't you light my fire now ♪ ♪ rub-a-dub-a-dub girl ♪ ♪ international gwen stefani alongside sean paul ♪ ♪ chantia ♪ ♪
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