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i'm just guessing here. based on the fact that you're here i guess none of you won the powerball last night either? they say -- how many of you d d not play? they say you can't win if you don't play. i didn't play either. you didn't win, right? yeah. they were right. there were three winning powerball tickets. one of the winners is from here in l.a., one from tennessee, the other lives in florida. just what florida needs, another retiree. the winning l.a. ticket was sold at a 7-eleven in chino hihis, about 45 minutes from here without traffic. with traffic it's a nine-hour drive. the whole town of chino hills is excited. they're saying this could be the thing that puts chino hills on the map. you know what? let's take a look, let's find out. nope, nope. still can't find it. i think the worst thing that the
they publicly reveal who they are. in most of the states they do not allow the lottery winner to be anonymous, which means one night you go to bed a normal person, the next morning you wake up, you're edward snowden, everyone is chasing you. the $1.568 billili jackpot, which is a record, will be split three ways. one winner gets the jackpot on monday and wednesday, another gets it tuesday and thursday, winner number three has the jackpot on weekends. i think friday the money goes to oprah or something. you break it down, each of the three winners will receive $529 million. and 250 new relatives, which is exciting. i kind of wish only one person had won the whole thing so we could have had somebody rich enough to become a real james bond villain. but it's nice to split it up. last night the powerball numbers were revealed. this morning the nominations for the academy awards came out. "the revenant" got the most
as you can see, hugely popopar film based on your response. [ laughter ] i don't know, i guess nobody saw most of these movies. i'm not leonardo dicaprio. i don't care. but "mad max: fury road" was next with 10 nominations. here were your nominees for aest actor. >> for performance by an actor in a leading role the nominees are -- bryan cranston in "trumbo." leonardo dicaprio in "the revenant." michael fassbender in "steve jobs." eddie redmayne in "the danish girl." matt damon in "the martian." >> jimmy: i have to say -- all jokes aside it's so stupid that he got nominated. like, really? i mean, how much longer are we going to go on with this? how much longer are we going to go on with this? eight films are nominated for best picture.
this. year. [ cheers and applause ] at least get something for best costume design. as always notable slubs -- not slubs, snubs. there were slubs too. ridley scott, michael keaton, and everyone in hollywood who year. all the acting nominees are white for the second year in a row. the academy awards soar white they're being held in the organic fruit aisle at trtrer joe's. "straight outta compton" only got one nomination and it went to the two white people who wrote the screenplay. not a joke. so congratulations to all the nominees on their powerful caucasian performances. you know it's bad when there are more black people in the running for the republican nomination
[ cheers and applause ] while we're on th topic, from charleston, south carolina, the first republican debate of the new year, they whittled the group of debaters down to seven now. they're donald trump, ted cruz, marco rubio,@ben carson, chris christie, jeb bush, and johoh kasich. which i don't know how john kasich made it. he doesn't have enough support to get voted prom king but somemow he made the main debate. the big issue, seems like the only issue they talk about, is terrorism. in spite of the fact that you -- i don't know if you knew, you are statistically more likely to be killed by your own furniture than by a terrorist. we should be talking about furniture. maybe build a wall unit to keep it out, you know? donald trump had a rally in pensacola, florida, yesterday where the croro was treated to an almost indescribable performance from a group of very
apologies for freedom i can't handle this where freedom rings answer the call on your feet stand up tall freedom's on our shoulders usa enemies of freedom face the music come on boys take 'em down donald trump knows how to make america great deal fromtrength. get crushed every time >> jimmy: no more! [ cheers and applause ] that would be a great super bowl halftime show, you know? the name of the group is the usa freedom kids. according to their website, which i did i do on today, their mission is to perform songs that melt your heart and lift your spirits. well.
so then trump got out there. and somehow managed to make some new friend in the crowd. >> so you have a president who's african-american. good, i love that. except less hasas been done for african-americans than anybody. they're having one of the worst times they've ever had. african-american youth -- [ cheers and applause ] see? oh, you're going to love me. you're going to love me. thank you, man. think that's great. is that great? huh? is that great? he's just become a star. he's a big star. now you're really going to do it. thank you, man. that's cool. that's very cool. and by the way, i didn't put him there and i'm not paying him and i never saw him before. here's another guy.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: who doesn't love a good game of "find the black person"? [ laughter ] and he's the best at it, he really is the best. you see a a lot of diffefent methods people use to smuggle drug into the country. this is one i've not seen before. in texas border patrol seized almost 2,500 pounds of marijuana that was disguised as carrots. they made fake carrots. creative. disguising marijuana as carrots is a great wayto trick your kids into eating their marijuana. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: imagine making a carrot cake with that? you'd never stop. these are the trucks that carried the carrots. obviously the work of the notorious crime lord drugs s
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know, sometimes it's hard to resist, you know? the value of the marijuana was estimated at $500,000, which my god, do you realize how much pot you could buy with $500,000? half a million dollars' worth. so they had 2,500 pounds of pot off the market. sorry, gang. coachella's going to suck this year. in other marijuana news -- >> a message to x-box 1, microsoft, who the [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ], whack, man. y'all going to make me switch to playstion if y'all d't get this [ bleep ] fixed. it's so difficult to play online, what the [ bleep ] you doing, bill gates? [ bleep ], man. >> jimmy: bill gates, come on. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: enough with thehe malaria cure, snoop dogg's x box is broken! mentioned earlier the winner of the winning tickets, one sold at a 7-even in chino hills.
ticket was sold there the 7-eleven was besieged by people and the media. >> chinohills, chino lls, chino hills! >> it's kind of like the super bowl and christmas all rolled into one. it's beyond words. >> crazy busy. weannot find him. maybe a customer or someone. i'm very happy for chino hills. >> jimmy: it feels weird to see people happy in a 7-eleven, doesn't it? so that clerk, the guy who sold the winning ticket, is like a celebrity. people are asking him for autographs. he's on all our news chananls. he's tadding by. when we come back we're going to meet him. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ]
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welcome back. lessee mann, ariana grande, music from charlie puth on the way. as you know the powerball drawing was last night, the ticket here in california that won was sold at a 7-eleven in chino hills where the guy who works the register's become an instant celebrity. joining us now on the wall of america, our big cisco screen, say hello to musaffar faraqui! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: first of all i should ask, did i pronounce your name
>> muzaffar faroqui -- >> jimmy: i said did i pronounce your name correctly? i'm just wondering. i did? do you have a nickname or anything? what do people call you? >> mf. >> jimmy: mf, that's easy. [ cheers and applause ] do you know what mf usually stands for? "my friend." hi, everybody. look at all those people there in the 7-eleven. what are they doing there? >> hi! >> hello! >> jimmy: mf, what are the people -- hi, everybody --hy are they all in the store right now? they're still excited about the win? yeah. mf, can you hear me? >> mf.
all right. we've not got past the mf part of the interview. but is this the first time you sold a winning ticket? >> yes. >> jimmy: this is, yes. and the owner of the store gets $1 million, right? >> i think. >> jimmy: you think so. so you are not the owner of the store? oh, is that the owner? >> i am here. >> jimmy: how are you doing? you will get a million dollars, is that correct? >> 7-eleven gets it. >> jimmy: you will give half to mf, is that correct? >> ha ha ha! let's talk something else. >> jimmy: i think you're going to get m f'd is what's going to happen there. [ laughter ]
did you guys know what was happening -- >> i love your show. >> jimmy: thank you. when people started showing up at the store were you confused as to why they were coming? >> yes. >> jimmy: yes, yes. and is it true that people have been asking you, mf, for autographs? >> yes. >> jimmy: have you been signing them? yes? do you know that you're a sex symbol now, there are women all over the world that want to make love to you? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do you know this? yes, yes. is this the greatest week of your lives right now? this has got to be very thrilling, yes? >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: and one other thing i want to ask, how long do you let the hot dogs roll around on that heater thing before you throw them out?
>> jimmy: a half hour, really. i would have guessed a month. all right, guys. we appreciate it. i know you've got a lot of people shoplifting behind you right now. there's a guy stealing a banana! all right, thank you, guys. i hope you get a lot of big pieces of money. thank you for joining us. all right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, one more thing. good old mf. it's thursday night. i'd like to meet the jerk who named him mf and didn't tell him. thursday night we bleep and blur the tv moments of the week whether they need it or not, it is time for "this week in unnecessary censorship," enjoy. >> it's three weeks now until iowa. and as the [ bleep ] grow
>> rick, steve, gretchen, thank you for [ bleep ]ing me constantly. >> president obama delivered his final state of the union address and urged americans to build a big [ bleep ] nation. >> we built this space program almost overnight and 12 years later we [ bleep ] on the moon. >> he told nikki haley, put a [ bleep ] on the corner of your mouth, that will keep saliva going and you won't have cotton mouth. >> they are the big [ bleep ], brad pitt, didi gardner, jerry kliner producers. >> i always like to [ bleep ] guys that are seniors. >> the first four teams to make moving on. >> to be the man of the house i have to take responsibility. i have to take a [ bleep ] in the ass. >> two guise. [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. >> if you've ever had a sibling you know you will [ bleep ] your sibling from time to time. >> i never [ bleep ]ed my sister. >> the results you get today will help you [ bleep ] that big
>> i'm [ bleep ]ing hard. and i intend to keep [ bleep ]ing as hard as i can. until the last [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ] expresses an opinion. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: on the show we have music from charlie puth, ariana grande is here. be right back with leslie mann, stick around! [ cheers and applause ] why blend in with the crowd? why shy away from the extraordinary? why fit in, when you were born to stand out?
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>> jimmy: welcome back. tonight, a music star
of grande proportions ariana grande is here. then later he's nominated for three grammy awards this is his album it comes out january 29th. it's called "nine e ack mind." charlie puth from the samsung outdoor stage. [ cheers and applause ] this by the way, you know what a contract ridid is? a contract rider f f those who don't know is a list of things, requests, most musicians have them, of items they want to have ready in their dressing rooms when they get to a venue. his is pretttt normal. it's hot water, tea, string cheese. but real coffee mugs is one of the items. the thing that caught my eye and caught our eye this aftereron is, one medium-sized dog. with leash, bowl, and treats. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimim: let's go to charlie and his dressing room. charlie?
>> this is the real coffee mug. [ cheers and applause ] hello, hi. >> jimmy: did you get the dog that we rustled up for you? >> yes, i got my real coffee mug, and here's henry the bulldog. hop on up here. [ crowd: aww ] >> jimmy: is he satisfactory? >> yes, he's very plump. he's 4, i found out. he has an overbite. here's a pretzel dog toy. >> jimmy: he belongs to one of the guys who works on the show. so you cannot keep him. i don't know if that was one of the things. >> oh. well -- no. i try. you're actually the only show that's ever gotten me my rider dog. i throw it on there just because, you know. what the hell. >> jimmy: yeah, why not? >> coffee mugs are easy. a rider dog is going the extra mile, so you go the extra mile. >> jimmy: we aim to please. we'll see charlie later on. next week on the show sir elton
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12th. please welcome leslie mann. [ cheersrsnd applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good, how are you? i have a little thing when i sit. >> jimmy: you look great, you look fantastic. do you have a contract rider? did you ask foror anything? >> that's crazy, i didn't know
>> jimmy: you are. you probably could have got a horse. >> i've -- next time i'll ask. >> jimmy: nextime ask,
for anything you want, a monkey maybe even would be fun.n. you were very sick the last time you were here. >> i was really sick. i don't know what to do in this chair. it's a strange size. >> jimmy: it's very uncomfortable. >> it's a little thing here t tt i was supposed to push down. >> jimmy: it does look like you're excited to see me. wow. >> what do i do with it? i'm trying to cover it. well, let's just leave it there. >> jimmy: yeah. i have scissors. we could chop it off if you want. >> i'll tuck it down. >> jimmy: okay, good, yeah. [ laughter ] that's what i do. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's a good idea. >> tuck under. >> jimmy: they should make special talk show guest apparel. >> i know.
thing. >> okay. >> jimmy: okay. >> yes, i was super sick. i was sick three years ago. >> jimmy: you w we a real champion to be here that night. >> i had a blast. because i was high on the cold medicine. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> yeah, i was having fun. >> jimmy: you don't go the homeopathic route when it comes to that sort of thing? >> nope, not -- no, i needed the hard stuff. although since then i have tried some homeopathic stuff. like i heard that it is -- i've always been an insomniac. my brother told me that if you take a little piece of an edible -- medical marijuana -- >> jimmy: oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: your public. >> how sweet.t. and so -- and so i went and got the card and went to the medical
and on the way in the guy asked me if -- that i should get the chewbacca. do you ever? >> jimmy: i would never abuse drugs in that way. you know th. please. how dare you. >> have you tried the chewbacca? >> jimmy: at? >> have you heard of it? >> jimmy: i've heard you get hair stuck in your throat. i've not heard of it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> apparently it's really good. but i didn't do that. >> jimmy: you didn't. >> i didn't get that. >> jimmy: how can you resist the chewbacca? >> i was scared. >> jimmy: get a little r2d2 and you're all right. >> i got the little -- there's a drink, a palm juice drink, with -- >> jimmy: pomegranate juice? >> it's healthy, has anti-oxidants. and the directions say to take a teaspoon. it's line a little jar. i took an eighth of a teaspoon because i thought i just want to
>> so i took ann eighth of a teaspoon and fell asleep. i woke up an hour later. and so -- it was dark and i was trying to find the teaspoon thing, couldn't find it. so i just took a sip of it. what i thought would be maybe a quarter of a teaspoon. because then i could come close to a teaspoon but not quite a teaspoon. [ laughter ] and then i sipped it and i thought, but that probably wasn't even a quarter. i took another sip. and then i fell asleep, woke up again. and i was like, what? things were getting fuzzy. i was like, did i -- have i -- have i been up three times? two times? i'm not sure. maybe -- i couldn't remember. >> jimmy: that's what happens. >> one teaspoon? a whole thing? so i'm just -- i took a ather big sip. because i thought, this isn't working at all. next thing i know it's like 18 hours later. >>immy: oh, no. >> i slept great.
it was a teeny bit left in the morning. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> it really works. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sounds like it works. >> it works. >> jimmy: do you keep using that to get to sleep? >> so -- yes. it's helpful. and if i -- you know. sometimes i like to sleep during the day. like naps. so i'll take a little bit during the day. or if i have to go to sleep later in the night, i'll take it like before i go to a concert at 6:00 p.m. >> jimmy: i see. >> because i have to sleep later in the night. does a great job, i like it. >> jimmy: you must be fun at pta meetings. all right, we're going to take a quick break. when we come back we'll talk about your new movie. leslie mann is with us, everybody, we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] to those caked in flour...
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how many sliders does it take to equal a whole burger? >> what? >> how many little burgers does it take to make a whole burger? >> you're crazy. >> don't call me crazy! not ever, nener! >> all right, okay. >> how many little meats make up a whole big meat? >> i don't know. maybe four? >> i've had seven. >> eight, i meant eight. >> is it four or is it eight? >> it's eight or more, everyone knows that.
>> the slider guy. please blink so i know you're in there. >> jimmy: that's very funny. >> thank you. >> jimmy: how long were you single before you and judd apatow, your husband the director, did you have a lot of time on the market? >> i was single -- we got together when i wa 23. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> not that long. but i got -- i covered a lot of ground during that time. not in that -- well, actually -- i was -- i would kiss people, but i -- so i wasn't like slutty. i would make out with a lot of people but i boentwouldn't do -- i would, you know -- you know, if i really liked someone i would -- i would just never have -- well, a couple of times -- have sex, but never go all wait.
what? >> all the way. meaning -- which is anal. [ laughter ] [ drumroll ] >> jimmy: that is all the way. i wonder if we'll have to bleep that, i don't even know. >> do you have to bleep anal? >> jimmy: if so it will happen twice. you just missed something at home, if that was bleeped, i don't know. >> but no, i had -- you know. i had fun. and i dated a bunch of actors. which is not that fun. >> jimmy: no good? >> they're very self-involved. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> and i was very excited to meet judd because he's a writer. >> jimmy: right. >> and he, y y know, noticed that i was there. so that was nice. >> jimmy: although now judd himself, he's doing a lot of standup comedy. >> right. >> jimmy: he's really put himself forward. >> yes. >> jimmy: you know, and that --
an actor, yeah. >> yes. he actually -- we've been together for almost 20 years now. and he sat me down -- [ cheers and applause ] about six months ago and said, i want to become a performer/actor. seriously. >> jimmy: he actually announced this to you? >> he did. >> jimmy: with the slash in there? >> and then he said -- no, he didn't say slash. i said, you know -- because that's my nightmare. he's like, how come you didn't know this a aut me before? i was like, what do you mean you want to become an actor? he's like, i always wanted to become an actor! you should have known that about me, why weren't you more supportive? i was like, i didn't even know! so now he's like, you know, very into how he looks. >> jimmy: oh, really.
which i likeded and -- >> jimmy: wow. >> he's into like -- he has a nutritionist. he's a gym rat. and spends a lot of time with his trainer. >> jimmy: iidn't know he was up to all this. >> yeah, and he's very proud of how his body has changed. although i -- >> jimmy: is it working? >> i don't know. i mean, he seems to feel better. >> jimmy: he does. >> but i
don't see much of a -- i meanan he does -- h hlooks -- >> jimmy: he looks good? >> yeah? >> jimmy: yeah? >> i have before and after photos if you'd like to see. >> jimmy: you, do all right, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] do we have them? okay. >> okay, so that's before. >> jimmy: right. okay. >> and that's after. >> jimmy: he does look very good. i never realized how much alike we look until just now.
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>> jimmy: at 8 years old our next guest was discovered singing a celine dion song in the karaoke bar on a cruise ship, she was taken by pirates to hollywood. she's now a very successful pop star with her own line of mac cosmetics to benefit the mac aids fund. please welcome ariana grande! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: are you wearingour own cosmetics? >> i am. >> jimmy: it looks good. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i would never think -- i'm bad at making decisions when it comes to what colors towear. and that sort of thing. i would never -- but it does look good.
blood-purple color on your lips. >> yeah. >> jimmy: with a bright red suit. >> it's a lot but i think it's appropriate. >> jimmy: it's fabulous. >> thank you. you have your own there. >> jimmy: i do, yeah. what is the difference between lip gloss and lipstick? >> well, the lipstick is a stick. >> jimmy: ah. this is more of a gloss? >> yeah, it's a gloss. >> jimmy: that makes sense. >> there you go. do they have flavors or anything like that? >> that one smells really good. >> jimmy: do you eatit? >> i wouldn't. mac cosmetics always smell really good. >> jimmy: the reason we're mentioning this is because the proceeds go to mac aids benefit -- >> yeah. [ cheersrsnd applause ] >> jimmy: you have such a huge following on twitter. how many fans do you have on twitter, followers? >> i don't -- >> jimmy: that's how many, you don't know.
i was told 30 something million followers? >> something like that. >> jimmy: theyeem to be right -- first of all, they have a name, which is theltimate compliment for a celebrity, when your fans organize and give themselves a name. >> arianators. >> jimmy: it's a mouthful. >> they gave themselves that. i originally was calling them the ariana army, then tiny elephants. i don't know how that came about. it stuck for a while. yeah, that's them, they're amazing. >> jimmy: ariana army was better. arianators sounds like something you'd buy at auto zone. >> ye. >> jimmy: they seem to be preoccupied now. >> very busy. >> jimmy: by the title of your album album. >> oh my god. this is happening. >> there's some controversy there, right? >> yes. yeah, you know, a really long time o i was convinced that it was going to be called "moonlight," one of my favorite songs we did for the album. and now as we're wrapping things up, of course i've sort of been writing and singing and we're at
>> jimmy: but they like "moonlight." >> well, i don't know. i think maybe. maybe they just liked it because i liked it, i don't know. they might be not telling me the truth, i don't know. but now there's this other song thth has sort of thrown me for a while wind and i love it so much. it's just sort of changed -- >> jimmy: which song is that? if you say are they going to get mad ofat you? >> i don't know if i want to share it yet. because -- they haven't heard any of it. >> jimmy: i see. >> "moonlight," i let them hear a little bit of it. the thing with the other song is they haven't heard it. >> jimmy: sounds like you have to be careful. sound like you're living in fear of these people. >> no, no. i just care about them a lot. i love them. >> jimmy: i see, all right. >> i do have to be a little careful. >> jimmy: you do have to be a little careful. what happens when they actually meet you? do they lose their minds? >> three things happen. they either come in very nfidently and know what they want, know what poses they want for pictures, they know what they want. they're like, yes, girl!
or they come in crying and can't say much. or they're the ones that are really quiet and their parents are forcing them to be there. you wanted this! you like her! get there, do it! forcing them. >> jimmy: that's the worst one, right? >> yeah. yeah. i'm like, it's okay, they don't have to. >> jimmy: it's going to be weird, all of a sudden there you are for real. i can understand. have you done that with anyone, anyone you've had that experience with? >> yes. my all-time favorite artist is imogen heap, in love with her, she's incredible, she's a genius, i've loved her forever. there was an e-mail that came in that was like, imogen heard ariana has a concert in the uk, would like to have her over for dinner. and i was like, oh my god, this is not real. and i was on my way to her house. it was a really long, long, long drive. and i thought that eventually i thought i was being catfished. >> jimmy: why? >> i thought it really wasn't going to happen. >> jimmy: oh.
to have dinner, this is a joke, i'm driving to my death right now, i'm about to be murdered. and it ended up being her. and it was a pleasant surprise. >> jimmy: that is a good ending to the story, yeah. >> it was great. i didn't die. >> jimmy: what did she make for you? did she cook or did someone else cook? >> it was really nice. i forget what the meal was. the whole night was a blur. i was really shocked the whole time. wrong i said anything. >> jimmy: you didn't drive home thinking, i should have mentioned this, i should h he told her how much i like this? >> i was convinced that i had died and that was like a dream. >> jimmy: and that was the pinnacle for you, yeah. okay, so you're working on this album right now. you have all these crazy people waiting for your every move. are you enjoying yourself? >> i am. i am. >> jimmy: you are. do you get to go on vacation, relax? >> i got to -- no. i enjoy it. i'm a workaholic, i get that from my mom and grandma.
become a celebrity because of your social media account. is she aware people know who she is? >> she doesn't really believe it. she kind of pretends to not like it but loves it. >> jimmy: she does. >> she loves it. i'm like -- >> jimmy: do people recognize her? >> yeah, at the mall in ba raton, florida. they're like, nona! she's like, who the hell are you? >> jimmy: is she italian? >> clearly, yes. >> jimmy: that's funny. >> she loves when i talk about her on shows. she'll be like, i saw you talk about me again, thank yoy. she's very popular. >> jimmy: does she like the imitation that you do of her? >> yeah. i don't think it's possible to quote her without doing the accent. >> jimmy: right, you go right into it. do you give her the makeup? >> i don't think this is her color. she likes the glogs. >> jimmy: she likes the gloss. nona likes the gloss. it's very good to see you. [ cheers and applause ] it's great you'reorking with mac.
presented by samsusu. >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" " ncert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank leslie mann, ariana grande and apologize to matt damon we ran out of time. "nightline" is next. but first, his album "nine track mind" comes out january 29th, here with the song "one call away" - charlie puth! [ cheers and applause ] i'm only one call away i'll be there to save the day superman got nothing on me
call me baby if you need a friend i just wanna give you love c'mon c'mon c'mon reaching out to you so take a chance no matter where you go you know you're not alone i'm only one call away i'll be there to save the day superman got nothing on me come along with me and don't be scared i just wanna set you free c'mon c'mon c'mon you and me cann make it anywhere
stay here for a while 'cause you know i just wanna see you smile no matter where you go you know you're not alone i'm only one call away i'll be there to save the day superman got nothing on me i'm only one call away and when you're weak i'll be strong i'm gonna keep holding on now don't you worry it won't be long darling and when you feel like hope is gone just run into my arms i'm only one call away