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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm jimmy, the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. professional basketball, earlier tonight, cleveland, ohio, game four of the nba final between the warriors and the cavaliers. it's been an exciting series and a tough ticket to get. ticket prices in cleveland shot up after game three to an average price of $1,600 per seat. that's the average price. . we know tickets to the game are expensive, we expect that. this is a photograph someone posted at the menu board at oracle arena where the warriors play. a hot dog and beer, combo number 1, $25.50. $25 isn't enough, they had to fak on the extra 50 cents. i guess they figure if you're
paying $1,600 or $1,800 for your seat you can no longer comprehend what amounts of money things are worth anymore. ten bucks for a anyone kin? okay. most of the talk this series has been about lebron james and rightly so. you have to believe that, i was thinking about this today, if you showed highlights of lebron james playing to dr. james naismith, the guy who invented basketball in the late 1800s, showed him those clips, he would wet his pants and run away screaming. lebron is a here re in cleveland. worshipped by all who live there. but it wasn't always that way. and we thought it would be fun tonight did take a look back at when he wasn't. a look back at those who said farewell, lebron, and why not, it is "throwback thursday," after all. >> for him to go on there and drag us through the mud for seven years and stab us in the heart? he deserves everything he gets. i hope he never wins anything. >> this is terrible, this is the worst thing that could ever happen to cleveland since taking the browns away, bottom line.
>> i just want to way i'm a big lebron fan. and this is the worst thing that could have ever happened to me. >> i hope the franchise moves. i hope there's no more basketball in cleveland. >> i hope he never wins any championship wherever he's at. he's a loser, he's not a winner. >> it's embarrassing. good riddance. we don't need lebron. >> lebron sucks! >> that was a different time, i guess. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: king james had them all beheaded. this is why i write all my angry feelings in a diary. lebron seems to be working hard not to let success go to his head. they asked him if he watched highlights of his 40-point performance in game three and he said, no, he was busy watching "chopped" on the food network. for real. this whole cavaliers team is really into food. did you hear the head coach, david blatt, talking to them during a time-out?
play that audio. >> david blatt wired up. >> then you put the whole leg in the oven at 425 degrees and roast it till it's brown on the outside. then you've got to use the meat thermometer. if the internal temperature is over 135 it's overcooked. all right? come on, now. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know what they say, there's no "i" in meat. you probably noticed a lot of today's nba players have tattoos. but kyrie irving, who's the star guard for the cavaliers, is out with another injury, has a tattoo. i've never seen not only on an nba player but on another person before. this is kyrie irving, you see there, he's got the "friends" logo on his forearm. ironically, that's the kind of tattoo you get when you don't have friends to stop you from making terrible decisions like that. by the way, if you're a real fan of "friends," if you want a real "friends" tattoo, 53 yare mow, show them what a real "friends"
tattoo looks like. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what a friends logo is. who is that, guillermo? >> guillermo: joey. >> jimmy: okay, all right. i'm impressed. do you know the actor's name who plays joey? >> guillermo: yeah, matt leblon. >> jimmy: close enough. up in canada all eye on this the women's world cup. there has been much soccer action today. we went through all of it to find the best of the best. and that comes courtesy of today's tight game between norway and germany. this is our "world cup play of the day."
>> jimmy: that's what you call high octane. this is kind of crazy. in south carolina, two men were arrested for sending threatening emojis. posting threatening emojis on facebook. that's something you wouldn't have seen on the police blotter in 1982. it's allegedly the men attempted to assault an unnamed male at his home in may. but this is what put it over the top. this is real. this is really what they posted. fist, the finger pointing at an ambulance. if i was one of the guys posting i'd say, i was going to fist pump him then point him toward the ice cream truck. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there are paid people drawing pictures on the walls. instead of telling someone
they're dead meat we text them a picture of a ghost and a steak. the men responsible have been charged with stalking. if convicted they could face up to five years in prison where they will have a great deal of explaining to do. using words. yeah. guys do dumb things and it's not limited to america. boredom m has apparently set inn a big way in thailand where some young men did what any reasonable group of kids would do. one of them stripped down to his underwear and let the other guys fill his shorts with fire ants. ♪ >> [ bleep ]! [ bleep ]! [ screaming in foreign language ]
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that definitely beats the ice bucket challenge. you want to know the weird thing? after they cleared off all the ants, ought bite marks on his body, do you know what they formed the shape of? the low go from "friends." this is something you might have heard about. in colorado where recreational marijuana is as legal as apple pie they're opening a new vacation destination, canna-camp. a cannabis-friendly camp for adults of course at which you can smoke pot. finally people can smoke pot at camp. never happened before. [ cheers and applause ] they have all sorts of camp-type activities, special meals for those who are smoking pot, and you can earn merit badges for things like bong carving. bird staring.
fridge exploration. telling whoever you're with you should hang out more. considering hiking. forgetting you're in a canoe. and this is just keeping it together. so canna-camp. maybe we'll send the band. better than band camp. i don't want to bring you down but sad news out of hollywood this week. you probably heard matt damon has a new movie coming out. i know. it doesn't make any sense to me either. but it's a movie from director ridley scott about an astronaut who gets left behind on mars and has to find a way to survive. this would be the second movie where matt damon plays a guy strararanded in space. ben affleck goes into space, he's blowing up a meteor to preserve the human race. matt damon goes up there, he gets lost and has to be saved. anyway, move they comes out october 2nd. they released a trailer for it this week and i have to admit i am intrigued.
>> for astronaut mark watney, six was a crowd. life was on auto pilot. and his love life was going nowhere fast. until he lined the walls with plastic. and did some deep space exploration of his own. because sometimes the greatest love of all is under the zipper of your space suit. matt damon is "the machlt astronaut." the mission to mars. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: 44 years he spent with himself researching that role. before we march on, it's thursday night which means it's time to bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week whether they need it or not. it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> on behalf of all new yorkers, racing fans, everybody who [ bleep ] horses, this is for
you! >> the next nominee for best musical features [ bleep ], [ bleep ] choreography. >> hey, i'm a big guy. i like [ bleep ] things. >> a story of some dogs [ bleep ] on long island. >> an ohio father is talking about how he [ bleep ] a black bear that was [ bleep ] his son in the [ bleep ]. >> i'm looking forward to [ bleep ] our fans and i can't wait to [ bleep ] our fans. >> what's for dinner? >> another piping hot platter of [ bleep ]. >> those are some great [ bleep ]. >> thank you so much. i appreciate it. >> i can say this, upstate new yorkers were clearly [ bleep ] by their governor. >> oh! >> tonight we're [ bleep ] your ass. >> everybody, on three. [ bleep ] your -- one, two,
three! >> [ bleep ]! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our community activists jeff and becky go to oakland to try to convince warriors fans to change their team name to something less violent. how will they react? negatively. that's next so stay up. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ d portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by gillette and old spice. get dad what he really wants this father's day. visit your nearest rite aid today or go to riteaid.com. hey, can i help you? yeah, we're interested in the iphone. we promised one to beth for her birthday. you know mobile share value plans now include rollover data, so the data you don't use this month rolls over to the next month. wow, even better. so what are you gonna do with your old phone? i'm giving it to my sister emily. she gets all my old hand-me-downs. oh i'm into bedazzling too. and you admit that? yeah...i...i used to be into bedazzling.
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saldana, tyler the creator, and music from r5. there's been controversy in reasons years when it comes to the names of professional sports teams. the washington bullets are now the washington the wizards because bullets are a weird thing to root for. but fans can be very passionate about their traditions and very stubborn. so we decided to have some fun with that. we sent a pair of community activists named jack and becky to oracle arena in oakland before game two. jack and becky have lobbied for some very important sports-related causes in the past. they went to the world series last year to try to get fans to sign a petition to remove the line "buy me some peanuts and crackerjacks" from "take me out to the ball game" because their son landon has a peanut allergy. that didn't work. jack and becky are undeterred. they sent them to convince fans of the golden state warriors to change their team name to something less violent and here's how that went over. >> make love not warriors! make love not warriors!
make love not warriors! >> hi, how you doing today? >> oh, can't get any better than this. >> good, good. my name's becky, this is jack my husband. we were wondering if you'd be willing to sign our petition. we want to change the name warriors to something less violent. how do you feel about that? >> i -- i couldn't disagree more. >> why? >> this is a sporting team. i'm sorry. it's a sporting team. it's a metaphor. >> it's for war? >> metaphor, not for war. >> the name ain't hurting nobody. >> the name is hurting us. it's hurting our son landon. >> okay, landon, i'm sorry. >> our son plays for the junior warriors, a nearby basketball league, and he gets beat up by the other players. >> because the other players are like, we're the warriors! they push him. >> they push him? >> they push him. >> he plays for the young warriors? >> yes, yes, he does.
he gets punched and hit by people all the time. >> we love war. >> we know it's because of the name the warriors. >> you've been punched? >> totally. >> what i want to know is why you're supporting the death of millions on the battlefield. >> okay, i'm sorry that you believe that i'm supporting the death of millions -- because i am not. i'm sorry you believe i believe that -- >> it's actually true. >> are you done? >> we want to talk about it -- >> my son landon, okay -- >> it's basketball, period. >> my son landon gets rocks thrown at him because your team is called the warriors -- >> you're acting like the kids that are on his team. you're acting like the kids on his team. >> you're the warriors right now. >> sport in general is violent. >> i think that's another problem with the sport in general, to be honest. >> well, now you're trying to end a sport that's -- >> i'm not trying to end any sport. that's a two steps down the line
kind of thing. right now we're talking to mark stern about changing the name. >> who else loves warriors as much as you do? adolf hitler. >> yeah. the nazis. >> if you have to talk about hitler you have no point. >> are you guys thinking about hitler right now? you're thinking about basketball? >> you're yelling hitler everywhere. >> you guys are getting violent right now. you guys are -- you are acting like warriors. we have not harmed you. >> my son asked me last night if the warriors won would he die? >> he wants to know if he's going to die if the warriors win. ♪ kumbaya ♪ kumbaya my lord >> namaste! >> we're about peace here. >> you can't be for peace and war. unless you're tolstoy. >> namaste.
>> what's that mean? >> nasty? >> namaste. >> make love not warriors! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: on the show music from r5, tyler the creator is here. we'll be right back with zoe saldana so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by gillette and old spice. get dad what really wants this father's day. visit your nearest riteaid today or go to riteaid.com. never settle for verizon's overpriced gimmicks. try the un-carrier risk-free for 14 days you'll love it, or we'll pay for you to go back.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there. a multi-talented individual who has many interesting things to say, tyler the creator is here with us. then later, from right here in the city of los angeles, their new album comes out july 10th, it's called "sometime last night." r5 from the at&t stage. by the way, they're on tour starting july -- what is it, july 7th in orange park, florida. sorry, i'll flustered. on sunday night we are back with another "game night" special in primetime with channing tatum and the cast of "magic mike xxl." that's before the game at 7:00 eastern and after the game on the west coast. our first ghost is a very gifted actress who's forced to spend more time at comic-con than with her own family. you know her from "star trek," "guardians of the galaxy," "avatar."
she's on earth alongside marc ruffalo in the new movie "infinitely polar bear." >> seconds, anyone? >> thank you, ken, for this delicious dinner. >> could be like this every night. >> yes. that would be nice. to be a husband and a wife. >> i'd hike to be a husband but my wife won't let me. >> it would be possible if he could just be a wife. >> he wants her to be a wife but she insists on being a husband who makes me be his wife. >> "infinitely polar bear" opens in theaters june 19th. please say hello to zoe saldana! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you look fantastic. >> thank you. >> jimmy: congratulations. how long has it been since you had your twin boys? >> six and a half months. >> jimmy: six and a half months.
we have a baby at home. >> congratulations by the way. >> jimmy: thank you very much. >> sweet lady. >> jimmy: i can't even imagine having two of them simultaneously. >> don't, don't. it's great, it's a blessing. we know because we keep -- people keep telling us. no we're very, very happy. it's just like, whatever you do, you know, if you change a diaper and you put one down, it's like you have to do it all over again. and that's when they're having, you know -- when they're in a good mood. when they're having like a little tantrum, it's at the same time. then like you put one to sleep because we're sleep training right now. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, that's terrible. >> sleep training twins is no joke. >> jimmy: yeah, how do you do that? >> you put one to sleep, you lay him down. the other one has been asleep but then that one wakes up and the other one wakes up so everybody's crying and my husband and i are crying. >> jimmy: people don't know what sleep training is, and i didn't realize this, you just let them cry. what is it, you have to wait 15
minutes? let them cry. >> it's overwhelming because there's so many different methods. just the other day my sister, who has a 9-month-old, she brought the piece of paper and grabbed us both with a bottle of vodka. >> jimmy: she gives the babies vodka? >> no, she grabbed the vodka. she goes, that's how her and her husband did it. the moment you hear your child cry it's like it drips the guts out of you. >> jimmy: it's terrible. >> we have two so it's crazy. there was a bottle of skinny girl. and we have the monitor with the volume all the way high. and we have this little note thing that you have to -- like this log that you have to be logging in all the time. we put them down, mommy and daddy love you, in italian and spanish. then we walk out and they're having a meltdown. you have to time it. then you go in. my sister was just like -- i'm like, can we go in? she's like, go in now. we go in. what do we do? just say mommy and daddy loves
you, italian and spanish, and she will come and pull us out. by the third time, i mean, it had been 45 minutes already. we were kind of buzzed. it's heart-wrenching. my husband doesn't drink and he was like, give me that bottle! we go in and we just finally like abort, abort mission, we take our kids, i take one, he takes the other. and we're both crying. the boys, their bodies are weeping. when they do that -- you go, oh my god, he's never going to forgive me for this. and then michael and i are talking in the room going, this is not for us, it's too archaic, there has to be a more gentle method, we cannot -- they did it because they're insensitive, they don't care about their children. my sister's outside with the monitor at full volume. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> and our best friend. we were just like, oh. they're like, we get it. >> jimmy: they didn't get mad? >> no, no. are you kidding me? >> jimmy: you've not to be careful with baby monitors. >> all sorts of things.
>> jimmy: the babies should be in separate rooms. >> no. >> jimmy: they wake each other up. >> they do, they wake each other up. it's just -- they were born together. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's unnatural to separate them. in my mind it makes sense. >> jimmy: you want one of them to speak spanish and one italian? >> we're talking to them in english, italian and spanish. what's confusing is my mom would like to be called a certain way as a grandmother in spanish, mama. so i'm mommy. and then his mother is lanona. i'm like, how are they going to do this? lanona, mama, mommy? >> jimmy: they're not. >> italian, spanish, english. i have a feeling they're going to tell us their first words, "english, english, this is ameri america!" >> jimmy: there's no question that is going to happen, they'll roll their eyes, english. that's what i did. >> jimmy: groty.
do babies say that? my daughter says dada and that's how i'd like it to stay. this movie has no polar bears in it at all. >> no. no. >> jimmy: no. tell us a little bit about the movie. >> well, the whole thing about infinitely polar bear, i don't know if it was maya or china. they didn't know at the time when their father was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, they were too little to understand. too little to even say the whole phrase. so they said "polar bear." my dad's polar bear. that's why the film is called -- >> jimmy: these are the characters in the movie -- >> i play maggie, who is -- actually, first of all, start from scratch. the director's maya forbes who used to write for larry sander's show. she wrote this film about her life experience growing up with a dad that was affected by -- with suffering from bipolar disorder. and how her mom had to go and leave them with their dad in
care of their dad to go get a career so that she can also provide so that the girls can have a really good education. and it's just about life growing up with a dad that's bipolar, but he's always there and he cares so much. what i love the most about this movie is that it is dealing with a very heavy subject. but maya wanted to really share the fact that it was a love song to her parents. that even though that was a situation that they had as a family, they still had all the love in the world, they were still happy every day, and they made it work. so that was why -- i think, you know, mark and i fell in love with the script. >> jimmy: well, that's a very sweet -- speaking of love, your husband, i read this in the news. and i presume it to be true. took your last name. >> nobody laughs. men don't laugh in the room. >> jimmy: he took your last name. >> yes. >> jimmy: did you make him do that? >> no, oh my god, why does it
mean a woman has to hold a gun? you're going to be saldana! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know, it's a weird thing. >> no, but i took his. why doesn't that make it in the news. >> jimmy: you took his? >> of course. >> jimmy: you traded last names? >> no, i'm saldana, we hyphened. i was a gentleman and i allowed the boys to be saldana, like, your name needs to go first. it was his decision. >> jimmy: you have a very confusing house, i don't know what's going on in that house. it sounds good, marco saldana. >> it's like, whatever you want. it's so funny. i was telling him today, who's the guest with you? and i'm like, who's the musical guest? it's tyler the creator. i showed him some clips. he goes, oh, i eep-hop. he can't pronounce the "h."
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>> jimmy: we have music from r5 coming up. our next guest got his start as part of the hip-hop collective, he's on his own now making music and technology too. his latest album is called "cherry bomb," an app called golf media that has nothing to do with golf. please welcome tyler the creator! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how you doing? what's happening? >> what's up, guys? >> jimmy: you're dressed a little bit like a golfer. but you are not -- your clother company's golf and you have -- the app is golf but you don't like golf? >> yeah, it's -- i'm not coordinated.
and golfing is kind of boring for me. the word looks sick on stuff, i'm telling you, write it down, it's exciting. >> jimmy: it is a good word, golf, isn't it. where does the word come from? >> did you see my jump -- >> jimmy: i couldn't see from this angle. >> did you guys see it? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh my god! wow. spider-man. >> i tell you. >> jimmy: we've lad a lot of guests here, no one has ever done that. you really are the creator. where did the name tyler the creator come from? >> all right, i had three myspaces. right? one of them was tyler something. and then another one was tyler something. and then i had a myspace that just had all my drawings and a couple of beats i made and random ideas and stuff. i put it under tyler the creator because i couldn't think of anything else. that kind of got -- that page got more popular. and then i just ran with it. i did not plan this out at all. >> jimmy: i think that's smart. i have to say, when i first saw
your name in print, tyler the creator, i was intrigued. i wanted to know, what's going on here? does this guy have his own religion? what is happening? >> not yet. i've been trying to start a cult and i failed miserably. >> jimmy: you've got to keep trying. you're very young. how old are you? >> 24. >> jimmy: you've been successful a few years now. have you ever had a regular job? >> i worked at starbucks and fed ex. oh my god. horrible. >> jimmy: was it really bad? >> starbucks was cool because i stole cheese danishs every day. fed ex was so depressing. the spirit there, older dudes just pushing boxes. but okay with it. and it scared the living hell out of me. so i quit after a week and four days. >> jimmy: how long did you work at starbucks? >> two and a half years. >> jimmy: oh. >> and this lady named cindy, she was a new manager, she hated on me. and she fired me.
and i hope she's watching because i still hate her. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> cindy, cindy i hate you so much. i hate you, cindy! >> jimmy: is cindy aware of your success? >> i hope. i hope. her firing me was the greatest moment of my life! >> jimmy: was it really? >> oh, my chains was free! >> jimmy: how did she do it? she sit you down and say -- >> no, dude, somebody -- one of the shift managers warned me ten minutes before she fired me. so i had nine minutes to call my mom asking her what i should do. >> jimmy: oh. >> yeah. it was tight. i didn't even, like -- somebody was like, yo, you're getting fired in nine minutes, boy. >> jimmy: and what did your mom tell you to do? >> first she was going to sue. she was going to sue starbucks. she figured out they did nothing wrong.
>> jimmy: that's no reason not to sue. >> okay, that was nine minutes. so i had about four minutes left to figure out what to do. i manned up and said, all right, i'll get fired. i ate three cheese danishs. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you did the right thing. that's what i would have told you to do. were you a good employee there? >> i mean, i -- [ laughter ] i was nice, i was cool with people, i like talk to people. i didn't kiss ass to the people who worked there and the manager and i think she found that intimidating. also i was the youngest there. so i had the attitude, like worse come to worst i could find another job. i think she didn't like that. >> jimmy: i see. did you spell everyone's names right and get their orders correctly? >> that's not even difficult. just like -- what's your name? if they say and it you can't hear it you ask them again. it's not that complicated.
>> jimmy: well. sounds like you could have done some employee training there. >> no, i would have been the worst. >> jimmy: tell me about this app that you have. because i downloaded it today. and it's very -- >> you seen my sex tape? >> jimmy: no, i did not see your sex tape. i saw you take off part of your clothes. not all of it. i saw your -- i saw some cartoon videos. >> all right. so -- i do a lot of stuff. i'll make it short. i made this app thing. i don't like calling it app. i own my own television network but since people don't watch tv that much no more, no offensive -- [ laughter ] i put my world in this spot. me and my friend were writing a cartoon. we have so many other original things like shows, basically, that's going to be going on here. i do cool stuff like -- like i want to own a movie theater one day, so i'm renting out movie theaters across america and showing my favorite movies. so last week i showed "super
bad" in austin. tomorrow in new york i show "zoolander" with ben stiller and will ferrell. >> jimmy: you invite people? >> if you're a fan you can come. so much other cool stuff. i have a radio station because i love music a lot arei put 600 songs that i personally listen to all the time to show people different music. it's so much other stuff i'm forgetting. yeah. but if you want, just get it. it's tight. >> jimmy: it's called golf media. >> it's going to get crazy in a year. i might put a sex tape on there. >> jimmy: you're right that would be great for the retiree who thinks it's a golf app and discernally puts it on his phone. >> exactly! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is the cd. artwork all done by you, it's called "chur bum." discarved the spelling. >> i just got that. >> jimmy: you got a tattoo? >> a week ago. i'm an idiot. >> jimmy: you should have got one of matt leblon.
>> who's matt lebl ocholeblon? who is it, i want to know. >> jimmy: he was on "friends." he's joey. >> did he die? >> jimmy: no! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: his spirit just died. look, there's who he is right there. yeah. that's joey. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: golf media is his app. we'll be right back with r5! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world.
>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series presented by at&t. moanizing your world. >> jimmy: my special thanks to joe wee saldana, tyler the creator, apologies to matt damon, we did run out of time for him. "nightline" is next. but first, this is the album "sometime last night." it comes out july 10th.
making their late night television debut with the song "all night," r5! [ cheers and applause ] >> thanks for having us! ♪ we're staying all night got blue jean baby playin' in my mind she gets me so high ♪ ♪ giving me faith i gotta testify and the way that she walks ♪ ♪ i can't hide it if i said i don't like it i'm lying hold tight ♪ ♪ yeah a little bit of love will change your life she said ♪ ♪ i'm out of my head i'm going out of my mind and when i'm out on the edge ♪ ♪ will you save me save me can we live for the moment ♪ ♪ can we live for tonight can we forget what was broken and say say say we'll be ♪
♪ all right 'cause even if we change we'll always be the same all night ♪ ♪ i promise if you stay we'll never fade away all night ♪ and now it's midnight ♪ ♪ and i can feel your electricity mmm give me that skin tight ♪ ♪ good girls ain't never making history and we dance in the streets ♪ ♪ til the morning never sleep when the city is callin ♪ ♪ hold tight a little bit of love will change your life
change your life she said ♪ ♪ i'm out of my head i'm going out of my mind and when i'm out on the edge will you save me save me ♪ ♪ can we live for the moment can we live for tonight can we forget what was broken ♪ ♪ and say say say we'll be ♪ ♪ all right cause even if we change we'll always be the same all night ♪ ♪ i promise if you stay we'll never fade away all night ♪ ♪ we'll be all right we'll be all right we'll be all right ♪ ♪ we'll be all right and we got nothing but time ♪ ♪ we'll be all right to make the most of this life we'll be all right take all the wrongs ♪ ♪ and the rights we'll be all right forget them all and just say say say oh ♪
♪ won't you say it we'll be all right all right cause even if we change ♪ ♪ we'll always be the same all night i promise if you stay we'll never fade away ♪ ♪ all right cause even if we change we'll always be the same all night ♪ ♪ i promise if you stay we'll never fade away all night all night ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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