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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hello, everybody. november 9th. actually billy graham's 98th birthday today. >> happy birthday. >> i want to wish him well. day after a big election, historic election. >> a big show today. billy eichner from billy on the street is here. a funny, funny bit he does. back for a fifth season. >> yes.
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as we like to say, wait. [ laughter ] >> people are -- so well known now that -- helps or distracts? >> people are running from him. get away! >> then our elvis duran artist of the month, parson james. you might know his hit song "stole the show," nearly 200 million views. he's going to sing it for us a little later. >> beautiful. plus, all in the presentation talking about preparing your thanksgiving feast. show you how to make a feast for the eyes just like the pros. does anyone need words of wisdom for today? >> yes, but i'm afraid i'd fall asleep if i close my eyes. >> in every nation there is room to heal. in every heart there is the power to do it. mary ann williamson. actually spending a lot of time looking for today's quote.
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bleary eyed and watching cable or whatever all night. and you know that the election was last night. it was a shocker for most people. most of the pundits. most of everybody, and so some people went to bed at 9:00. just because. >> and then they woke up to see results. others like you and me, were up all night. >> i intended to go to bed, but laying there with the puppies, one eye and looking, and the more it was evolving, i'm going, what? what? >> yeah. >> over, it was announced that donald trump had won, then my phone started going crazy from people. never ending. >> 3:00 a.m. >> here are the papers. the "new york times" title is "trump triumphs." i actually think this is the same for the washington post as well. >> and the new york post, president trump. >> just because the daily news does its thing. they put on the headline, the house of horrors.
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you're for. everybody has -- >> it depends on how you voted. i tried to tweet something innocuous and as inclusive as i possibly could and still got nasty reactions. >> you know what -- >> it cracks you up. >> this was such a personal election for so many people and you could tell in the reaction when results came in. cheers, roars, almost disbelief from a lot of people in the trump camp and from the clinton camp, there of that sort of just that awe. trump gave his victory speech at around, i thought it was 3:00 i'm east coast. maybe it was 2:00. i couldn't keep track of the time. i was eating oreos and tostitos with lots of dip. i was a hog. >> you just went through it. >> that's what i do. anyway, so, this is a look at his speech. >> to all republicans and democrats and independents
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time for us to come together as one united people. it's time. i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans, and this is so important to me. for those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country. >> yeah. you know what? i was probably thinking this is the least stressed he will be for the next four years. right after you win, when everything is possible and i think the country is hoping that everybody does come together, because i don't think anyone's
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>> and it still is. still is. >> yeah. >> everybody feels for little baron, 10 years old. what a beautiful little boy. but it's 3:00 a.m. now and he's exhausted. you just know he is. >> yeah. >> secretary clinton decided, chose not to give a concession speech last night and it's coming up, depending on your time zone shortly. so last night's election was one of the things that took over all of social media. they said in the last 24 hours alone, there were 40 million tweets using the #election2016 that shattered numbers from four years ago. >> since last august, there have been 1 billion tweets. >> yeah. >> about the election. more than that spent on it. >> i think it's going to be important for people, family members who voted one way or the other, and everyone's coming together, there's thanksgiving, friends, there are lives, and by the way, anyone who's scared. there are people who were scared
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i met a woman in my gym cleaning up, crying. she was upset. trying to hug anybody i thought was afraid. don't you be afraid, but i think people need reassurance. there's somebody you feel is afraid or scared or worried, just give them a hug, because, you know, you can do that, and you can make someone feel a little bit better. >> and you did. >> why don't you hug me? >> oh, yes. >> i love you. >> i love you, too. believing that the glass ceiling was going to finally be shattered with a woman president. and some pundits are saying that america wasn't ready for a female president, and i don't agree with that at all. but -- >> yeah. i think some people say, i think because, it was, again, so divisive and people felt so viscerally about hillary clinton you wonder how much her being a woman played, but there have been pundits who said, look, there are certain people who would, just won't vote for a
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>> i don't -- i don't know anyone like that. i got to be honest. i really don't. for me, for this election, i think for the whole country it was about the direction the nation is going. some of -- some people are happy with that, the way it was going. many, many, seven out of ten weren't. and a lot of people showed up and voted who have not voted. i have a friend who's never voted in their entire life and came out to vote. i don't know how she voted but she came out to vote this time. >> a lot of people were >> that's good for the process. >> it really did strike a chord. by the way, hillary clinton is the only woman to have ever won a presidential nomination in major party. here's a fact. >> known fact. >> back in 1872, victoria woodville martin was the first woman to run for president. did you know that? >> no. then she was a leader in the women's suffrage movement. good for her. she didn't win either. maybe then, i think far more people who didn't want a woman
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we have come a long long long way. >> susan b. anthony's grave site is in rochester, new york. put stickers, i voted on her grave. she was a feminist activist, an abolitionist and integral in women's rights. yeah. quite a sight, moving, no matter who you voted for. >> i always want the best person for the job. i truly am color-blind about it, i'm gender blind. i want somebody that, that i think is going to do the best job. >> i think it's going to be interesting. the republicans control all of congress, it will be what he wants. and it will be interesting to see what happens as a result. everyone will be watching. >> all complained about gridlock. some people may not like what happens when the gridlock stops and things start happening. so we'll see. anyway, america has faced much
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>> we're a nation that's been around for a long time, everybody. don't you worry. >> yeah, i was there at the beginning. [ laughter ] >> all right. should we change the subject with something hot and sexy? >> well, it isn't us, even though it could be. >> should we bring that up? >> but it's not. >> mention it quick, since it's here. look at us. >> we are -- how or why. >> we would like that thank "bella" magazine for -- picking us. >> who's buying that when all this stuff is going on. >> you might need this. >> one is history in the making. it ain't this one. >> there's a yorky, a dog. apparently very sexy hair. let's see. >> gone viral. >> oh, my gosh! >> is that really her hair? >> her name's wilomina. they call her willie for short.
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why wouldn't she? look at her. she's beautiful. >> who does she look like? >> kim basinger! >> that's more -- >> out of the control hair. >> oh, my god. so cute. >> very cute. >> all righty. >> cocktail, casseroles and carving stations. >> we've got all your thanksgiving entertaining covered right after this. >> yes, we do. >> hello, honey. >> hello. i'm dragging. yeah, that stuff only lasts a few hours. for 12 hours. no thank you very much, she's gonna stick with the short-term stuff. 12 hours? guess i won't be seeing you for a while. is that a bisque? i just lost my appetite. why take medicines that only last 4 hours, when just one mucinex lasts 12 hours? start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. ?? gaviscon is a proven heartburn remedy that gives you fast-acting, long-lasting relief.
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>> announcer: making holidays easier created by our sponsor jcpenneys. >> holidays are fast approaching. time to think about entertaining. >> yes. from plating to present aches, revealing secrets to setting and serving thanksgiving meals like a pro with the help of lifestyle expert jj caras. >> here on behalf of the wonderful jcpenneys. >> it's november. it's time. >> the holidays.
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a. buffet set up in your home? what's cooking? >> when guests walk in. start with little cocktails and cheese. come over here. >> you don't want to feed them too much. a feast is coming? >> right. i don't like a craft cocktail. three quick ingredients. cool, if you have tiered the tray, use it as a dessert tray and as a garnish for your drink. would you like a try? a little mint. give you -- >> okay. >> hodi likes lots of -- >> limes. >> sure does. >> and cheers, ladies. >> isn't this fun? thank you so much. >> and moscow meal, it goes all season long. >> nice. >> ginger beer, use vodka or rum and lime juice. >> how about the wine glasses? how can you set them up pretty? >> i like a larger one. my secret, don't have to re-pour
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just pour a big pour and walk around. >> room temperature, usually. >> yes, room temperature. and white, smaller. how to make a fabulous -- >> how do you? >> i think a lot of people don't really know and it's so simple. the secret. you go clockwise, soft to hard with blue at the end. show you. start with goat, soft cheese, followed by our brie and manchego. >> like a parmesan? >> a city in the netherlands. no, gud de. >> and then gouda. >> and then bleu at the end. >> why are you doing that? >> doing that? blue at the end, you want to start soft on the pallet and then go around. >> a very strong cheese. >> and fill in with spanish figs, almonds. >> beautiful. >> and the final plate. and, ladies, always leave your
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at room temperature. you don't serve it cold. so an hour before guests arrive put it out. it's the most flavorful. >> okay. >> we serve up our turkey. >> then our turkey. we've put so much time and attention on the bird all day. we're going to style him up. we've got to dress him up. greenery, fresh herbs, parsley. >> you want a -- >> a leg. >> sure. >> i'll style it with citrus. >> persimmon, oranges. >> look at me, taking over. >> come on! >> the plate at the end. go ahead, hodi. let you go. >> okay, baby. >> start with the rolls. then move to the hot and the turkey -- >> here. you want the yams? >> no thanks. i'll do potatoes. >> the turkey always goes at the end.
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and did you notice, i had the silverware at the end so we're not going to -- >> oh! >> smart. >> no eating in the buffet, no drinking in the buffet. >> oh, the gravy. >> gravy. >> ask you show us the table? >> yes. >> now, all your guests -- during your buffet -- >> leave your plates. >> okay. i got -- >> ready? >> come on. >> here we go. come on. let's go. >> and the salad is there. i have a feeling. thank you, thank you. >> thank you. >> okay. oh, what a beautiful table! >> here's the table. >> okay. >> ooh -- >> uh-oh. now, alex has started eating without -- >> which is rude. >> without the host. you brought my napkin. >> not a surprise. >> and by the way, thank you.
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>> signalling the start of the meal, the host or hostess takes out their napkin. okay? >> ah! >> and the napkin, it always go to the left of the plate. >> left of the plate. >> put your silverware out and then kathie lee is our hostess, say. signaled, she got it, and prayer. we fold it. fold it, and the shape on there. do a prayer. >> uh-huh. >> thank you, lord. >> and then we begin the meal. >> oh. >> and alex is already done. >> do we scold him or not? all guests -- it really depends on the size. >> a lot of people, there's a table rule, eat it while its hot and when everybody's finished -- >> i love the setting. simple but elegant. >> right. and wine son the table and candles. >> uh-huh. >> i also have a centerpiece that, it's low. under 12 inches. a great idea for a centerpiece so you can see. also something not too scented, because -- >> yes. >> you don't want it to overpower the food.
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>> happy holidays! >> everything you see here is available at jcpenney. >> of course they are. his newest song has been streamed over a million times and he's just getting started. >> elvis duran's newest artist of the month, parson james, right after this. can a toothpaste do everything well? this clean was like pow! it added this other level of clean to it. 6x cleaning* my teeth are glowing. they are so white. 6x whitening** i actually really like the 2 steps. step 2, whitens. every time i used this together, it felt like leaving the dentist office. crest hd. 6x cleaning*, 6x whitening** i would switch to crest hd over what i was using before.
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time to meet the newest young music star known around here. elvis' artist of the month. >> a national radio show, elvis duran brought out southern singer parson james. he burst on to the scene with d.j. kygo? or kygo? >> pronounced both ways.
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>> that video has gotten just 200 million hits. since then parson turned out his own hits. his own single, "hey, baby." >> growing up in the south, south carolina. moved to new york city at 17 years old. >> on your own. >> on my own. it was scary but i had to do it. >> how did you find a place to live and everything? >> luckily my mom had a friend sort of that lived here. and i got a burger job in her neighborhood. i found my way around. craigslist was a help. i found an apartment with seven people. >> typical new york story. >> how did you find him, elvis? >> another friend of mine said you've got to listen to this guy. our friend, sean hook was here on the show. knows him. they all know each other. >> that world is sort of small. >> so small you don't realize
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end up knowing and the connections. how sweet was the journey from being the little kid to the guy at the burger join the to the man you are now? >> took about seven years pursuing this full-on in new york city. just up until last year my world's been turned upside-down. >> he'd been writing for other people and then decided why write for them when i can write for me? >> i came to new york thinking i was a great singer from south carolina. an and had to find out what's unique about me and my story. so i started writing about that. that's how it started. >> and he's incredible. >> every seat carole king musical? a point she writes songs, and one day, no. these are for me. an epiphany and when she suddenly makes it big on the stage. >> we're excited to hear you sing! >> good stuff to us. >> anything new in the news today? >> not much.
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>> elvis were you up all night? >> another wines day wednesday. >> i was up all night. >> of course you were. >> don't miss the newest single in a few minutes. >> and billy eichner comes in from the street to get us laughing. >> and we get ourselves into a hairy situation playing with our crowd. all after your local news. ?? dry spray? ?? that's fun. ?? it's already dry! no wait time. this is great. it's very soft. can i keep it? (laughter)
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actually, checking your credit score with credit karma doesn't affect it at all. are you sure? positive. so i guess i can just check my credit score then? oooh "check out credit karma today. credit karma. give yourself some credit." sorry about that. it's wines day wednesday and we're ready to play our weekend trivia game "who knew?." we're going to quiz you on things in the fashion and entertainment pop culture. hoda woman is across the street at the shop at nbc studios at 30 rock ready to hand out $100 to anybody who answers correctly. those who don't? even better.
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signed books. here to help me out, scruffy but very handsome kevin from "entertainment weekly." all things scruffy. >> all things scruffy. >> go to you, hoda woman. >> a quick happy birthday. your name? >> diane. >> happy birthday to diane. she's not first, you're first. your name? >> charles. >> from -- >> san diego. >> he's got dance moves i just saw a minute ago. here we go. which actor has not won an oscar for a role in which he wore a full beard? leonardo dicaprio, matthew mcconaughey or george clooney? >> a. >> oh, wait. wait, wait. yes! >> so who is it? >> yeah. matthew mcconaughey won an academy award in 2013 for
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but never sported a full beard. >> your name? >> marcus. >> from -- >> seattle, washington. >> marcus, let's play. in a modern deck of cards only three of the four kings have a mustache. which king does not? is it the heart, spades or diamond? >> diamonds. >> diamonds. >> ooh! [ laughter ] >> hoda's having a good day. what is it? >> king of hearts. the original design actually had a mustache on it, but it was lost in the >> hmm. how did that happen? >> i don't know. >> hoda, all right. >> sweetie, your name? >> sandy bullock. >> where you from -- >> sandy bullock? what? do people rev you all the time? >> all the time. >> i'm so excited. where you from? >> utah. >> if you said virginia i would have died. she's from there. all right, that's yours. here we go. who was the first celebrity to pose with a milk mustache for
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cindy crawford, britney spears or naomi campbell. >> b. >> britney spears. oh -- >> it's probably one of most famous ad campaigns ever and the only -- >> my husband did it. >> really? >> uh-huh. >> naomi campbell was the first to participate. later it featured anyone from fictional characters such as from "the simpsons" to pop stars like britney spears. >> they don't do it any longer. >> i don't think so. >> all things come to an end. >> next one, hoda. >> amy from little rock, arkansas. >> girls, let's play. finish the lyrics to this song by lionel richie. here we go. ? fiesta forever ? come on and ? sing along ? >> ? all night long ? all night long ? >> yeah. give her that. >> and perhaps lionel richie's
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the years he's had different hairstyles, the mustache has always remained the same. >> time for one more? >> hi. >> your name? >> gary. >> with the princess? >> yes. >> your birthday. >> yes. >> your name? >> becca. >> happy birthday. see if he can win something for you. true or false. abraham link didn't not have a beard for most of his life? >> false. >> he said, false. oh! [ laughter ] >> it's crazy, but the true. he didn't start growing a beard until he was in his 50s and did so after he got a letter from a little girl who urged him to do so. she thought it would help him win the election. >> and only did the bottom part. >> right. >> one more. >> exciting. your name? >> megan. >> from -- >> ingle, indiana. >> megan, let's play. which -- wait. what was the original name of the mustache wearing character. a picture.
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or rich uncle penny bags. >> c. >> rich uncle penny bags. >> that had to be a guess, right? >> a good one. >> everybody guesses mr. boardwalk. >> mr. monopoly. >> that character famously modeled after the businessman jpmorgan. >> thanks for coming in today and sharing all this stuff with us. >> my pleasure. >> hoda, come on back. he's become a pop culture phenomenon for his in your face style. the hilarious billy eichner is with us right after this. whoa, this is awful, try it. oh no, that looks gross what is that? you gotta try it, it's terrible. i don't wanna try it if it's terrible. it's like mango chutney and burnt hair. no thank you, i have a very sensitive palate. just try it! guys, i think we should hurry up.
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there's nothing like a good laugh to ease tension during an election season, and we invited the new yorker you'd least enjoy running into on the street. >> the hilarious billy eichner. >> he is back. fifth season of billy on the street on trutv. >> remember when we thought that would never go? same old billy. take a look. >> for a dollar. >> name a defining with -- >> yes. >> for a dollar, name a cartoon. >> "mickey mouse." >> yes! >> matt leblanc. matt leblanc. >> miss, miss, here. open it, open it. let's see, read the whole thing. read the whole thing. >> the winner is kate winslet. >> yes! yes! [ laughter ] >> we remember -- nice to see you.
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>> and can i tell you -- >> thinks you're hysterical, hon. we do, too. when we saw this, everybody had the same reaction. what is he doing? >> yeah. and now i'm still doing it. >> and enough people know you. are you getting better, reactions? or is it harder to get -- >> we have a good mix of people on the street who know me, and make me feel like vie a career. you know? who watch the show. then people who still have no idea who i am, which is what makes the show work. >> mostly you sneak up on people. look down, they look up and -- to get a spontaneous reaction from people. >> and tons of great celebs. jon hamm. >> jon hamm, and lupita, and andy samberg. so many people. john oliver. the list goes on and on. i'm sorry? >> when you pick up the phone and call one of these guys, i'd like you -- >> they call me, hoda. i'm turning people down. calling me every night. yeah. >> and they don't -- do any celebs ever get embarrassed? kind of make fun of them. >> humbling in a good way.
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the show. zachary quinto. and he said to me, every actor should have to do this. it brings you back down to earth. >> he's a new show, doesn't he? >> difficult people. >> on hulu, we start shooting in march. i'm doing hairspray live. >> let's discuss hairspray live for a second. a small part. >> not putting a wig on you. you've got the hair. >> what's your role? >> the newscaster, comes in at the end when the kids are at the dance show. i don't know. i'm just happy to be invited. >> that's live. >> very live. you know you can't screw that up. >> well, i'm screwing this up. >> "billy on the streets" starts next tuesday and then "hairspray -- and "difficult
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picture billy having some role in -- >> not really. >> i'm doing the sequel to "hacksaw ridge." kathie lee will love it, she won't stop tweeting about it. >> looking forward to that. i'll let mel know. >> and "billy on the street" premieres next tuesday night. don't miss it. billy, thank you. >> and say hello to julie for us. >> of course. ready for a little music, hoda? >> i am. parson james will share "stole the show" coming up right after this. it's amazing out there means to me, the wonder and the wow of weather. >> everything is amazing. it could be the smallest ice crystal. the biggest storm cloud. >> what does it's amazing out there mean to me? it means looking up and being inspired. >> even if it's just straight up
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that little burst of red that happens when the sun comes right over the ocean when it comes up in the morning. >> watching lightning streaking across the sky from one side to another. >> in the world of thunder, it's just -- it's just one of the most amazing things. >> that's what it's amazing out there is. and what it means to you mentally. and the memories you take away from that, whether -- how that absolutely affects our lives, day to day. what's in our stores, what are we going to wear, what are we going to eat. what's it going weather has real influences on, that's why it's amazing out there. >> what it means for me is, it lets the world know what's happening at the weather channel. >> what makes the weather channel's coverage unique, is that we are meteorologists. we know what's going on with the weather, and that makes a tremendous difference. >> somebody walks up to you in the field and says, thanks for being there. we're so glad you were here to take us through it. >> we have a charge.
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we have a drive to provide information to people, to help them help their communities, help their families stay safe. >> when you start linking the people side up to the weather and the science and the data. it makes a real connection and starts to drive home the importance of what we do. i love weather. >> i do love weather. >> i love the weather about i love working with people who love the weather. this is what we love to do. >> every single day be something spectacular. it's truly amazing out there. the decision to ride on and save money. he decided to save money by switching his motorcycle insurance to geico. there's no shame in saving money. ride on, ride proud.
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> earlier we met elvis duran's artist of the month and finally now it's time to hear him perform. >> yes. after writing or singing on
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working on his first album. >> and heard over a million times on spotify, here he is to do it for you. it's parson james. ? this might sound like a sad song ? but i just much move on because i was lost in pain ? and frankly, you're insane ? and you were no good for me and i was no good for you ? hey ? another glass to a could have been ? running it back oh, my goodness ? first you want to feel it getting low and permanent and playing it back and thinking, oh my goodness ? i'm no good at hugging and
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i'm so tired of swinging and missing ? i'm no good at no good at falling in love ? now, this might sound like a phantom, but i just wish i would have moved on ? ? because i was lost in pain and frankly you're insane ? and you were never any good for me and i was never any good for you ? now this might sound like a sad song ? but i just wish you had moved on ? and you're insane and you were no good for me and i was no good for you ? hey, you really got the best of me because i've done been to
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i'm so tired of lying and kissing ? i'm so sick of something revolving in love ? i'm so tired of swinging and missing ? i'm no good at no good at now, this might sound like a sad song ? but i just smiled since you moved on ? i was in pain and frankly you're insane and you were never any good for me ? ? and i was no good for you ? and i let you get in the way ? i'm so tired of swinging and
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no, no ? they'll be no crying today ? now, this might sound like a sad song ? ? but i just smiled sense you moved on ? because i was lost in pain ? and frankly yo i you were no good for me ? and i was no good for you ? [ cheers and applause ] >> good song, parson. to hear all of elvis' artists of the month, check out the play list today. >> we are back in a moment, but first -- >> all: this is "today" on nbc. >> you were on nbc, baby.
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all right. before we go, we had a cute video to show. playing hide-and-seek with his owner little sierra. >> she goes and hides and then what happens? >> then she tells the pup when she's ready. >> i'm ready! >> where is she? >> won the he have the sense of smell? >> no, he doesn't.
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come on. where is she? where is she, sebastian? where is she? >> hoda, sebastian can't hear you. >> yes, he can. watch. >> oh! >> can i just say -- first of all, she says, ready! and he knows that's the cue to go running. >> i'm sorry. nothing better than -- i'm going home to my dog right now. tomorrow, molly ringwald! >> oh, yeah. she's here. >> and a classic for mothers and daughters. have? ambush makeovers! >> and, bobbie is with us. have an awesome wines day, wednesday, everybody. what's tomorrow? >> thirsty thursday. >> and try day friday, and then something saturday. >> this could go on forever. >> and more on sunday. >> what happens on monday? >> apparently not out of time. back again.
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