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>> jimmy: hi, everybody. i'm jimmy, the host. thanks for watching. thanks for coming. welcome, all of you, to hollywood. ts where the movies are made, this is where the awards are handed out. last night at the beverly hilton hotel the 73rd annual golden globe awards, did you watch this? i feel like half of you are lying, why is that? the golden globes are for tv and movies. they're given out by the hollywood foreign press association which is basically a group of guys named viggo who have a blog. for whatever reason they're important. all stars showed up. even mel gibson was there. he was there to introduce a clip from "mad max: fury road" because if anyone knows about fury on the road it is mel gibson. the movie "the revenant" was the
big winner. it won best drama, best director, best bear, best actor for leonardo dicaprio. who got a standing ovation, which was nice, because you know -- it was great to see that happen because leo hasn't won a golden globe since 2014. on the did. v side, "mozart in the jungle" won best comedy that no one has ever seen or heard of. the movie "the martian" won best musical or comedy, despite the fact that it isn't a musical or a comedy. matt damon won best actor despite the fact that he isn't even an actor, in my opinion. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i have to say, that was a low point. that really chapped my hide. i thought his acceptance speech was terrible too. >> and the golden globe goes to -- matt damon, "the martian." >> a little winded.
didn't expect so many steps. anyway. i'd like to thank the hollywood foreign press for recognizing my big fat stupid face. even though i'm not just the worst actor in the room but probably on the whole planet. thank you. mmm-mmm! >> jimmy: at least he lost a few pounds. a lot of people were wondering whether katy perry was wearing a bump it last night. remember those commercials? she said there was a bump it but it turns out it wasn't. she was hiding el chapo in there. he escaped again. have you been following this story? el chapo, of course, is the mexican drug kingpin. he was recaptured on friday. been in hiding since he escaped from a maximum security prison in july. and somehow wound up doing an interview with sean penn. apparently he was hoping to get a movie made, a movie about his life. what a great plot twist, adding
sean penn. i mean, the thing is writing itself. i wonder who sean will get to play sean in the movie. back in october sean penn met secretly with el chapo in his mountaintop hideout and conducted an interview. it was published this weekend in "rolling stone." apparently el chapo is a big sean penn fan. >> jimmy: he also loved "milk." here's a picture of sean penn and el chapo together. which is a funny picture. i will say, it reminds me a little bit, i don't know if you
remember this, of the day i met guillermo. do you remember that? >> guillermo: long time ago, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the veins in my forearms. by the way, el chapo right now is back in the same prison he escaped from six months ago but they revoked his tunnel privileges this time. the plan i guess, the plan they're hoping to extradite him to the united states so he can be tried by a jury of his customers. that is if he doesn't escape again. he's very good at getting away. he's really the closest thing mexico has to a leprechaun. meanwhile north korean leader kim jong-un celebrated a birthday, he's believed to have turned 33. no one knows for sure. no one knows much about kim jong for sure. he's very mysterious. there are reports recently that authorities are ordering men in north korea to get the same hair can you tell as kim jong-un. you know the kind of a fresh parens of pyongyang look. looks like he got three minutes into the haircut, your barber
died. now, i've never seen anyone in the united states with anything like that haircut. so tonight we decided to change that. tonight we go out onto hollywood boulevard to ask pedestrians, can we un you? my barbers bruce and mike from legends barbershop in l.a. are standing by. bruce and mike, how are you doing? >> how you doing, jimmy? >> doing good. >> jimmy: good to see you. has anyone asked you for the kim jong-un haircut before? >> yes, yeah. lady gaga earlier. >> yes, she did. she's thinking about it. >> jimmy: you have done this, then. >> not officially done it. but we're going to do it now. >> jimmy: are you confident that you can pull it off? >> absolutely not. >> jimmy: i see we've got -- >> i've done it on accident. >> jimmy: we've got willing pedestrians ready to go. let's start with the yes may be here who has a really nice head of hair. >> my name's carol. >> jimmy: what's your name?
>> carom. >> jimmy: carom like when a ball bounces off a wall? >> yep, that's right. >> jimmy: all right. all right, so yeah. you've got a crazy name, you could use a crazy haircut, right? >> oh yeah, i'm ready. >> jimmy: you know what you're getting into, right? >> probably not. i don't know if i'm ready for this. >> jimmy: what did you do for a living? >> i'm actually just a student right now. >> jimmy: what are you studying? >> women's studies. >> jimmy: are you really? >> yeah. >> that's my man. >> jimmy: is that allowed? [ laughter ] is that just so you can pick up girls? yeah, i'm in women's studies, i'm pretty sensitive. >> it definitely helps out. >> jimmy: all right this haircut is not going to help. let's meet client number two, what is your name? >> stephanie. >> jimmy: stephanie, i can't help but notice you are a woman, are you sure you're okay with this? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah? yeah, this seems like a terrible idea. you know, once you get un'd you can't get un-un'd, right?
what do you do for a living? >> a waitress at the old spaghetti factory. >> jimmy: there's nothing more delicious than old spaghetti. so get started, guys. start with the hair, we'll check back in as we go. very good luck to everybody. [ cheers and applause ] speaking of famous hair. justin bieber is off to a good start for the new year. first of all he has a man bun which is always a good idea. secondly justin bieber and his entourage were in mexico reportedly asked to leave the mayan ruins after justin climbed to the top of an ancient pyramid and pulled his pants down to moon everyone. if ever there was a time for the gods to send a well hoof placed lightning bolt, seems like that would have been it. it really is a shame donald trump didn't build that wall before justin got back into the united states. things are looking up for jeb bush. no wait, they aren't. things are looking down for jeb bush. a new gallup poll, jeb bush is
the least-liked candidate amongst the republican field. at least he's leading the field. right? his name identification among voters is at 89%. which is very high. which means people know who he, they just don't like him. and his favorability rating is negative 1. i don't know how that's even possible. zero means nobody likes you, negative 1, does that mean dead people have a negative opinion of you? jeb bush asked about these bad poll numbers on a show called "nude max now." this is what he had to say. >> governor bush, gal loup came out with a new poll, it shows you favorability has fallen dramatically with a net decline of about 28 points since july of 2015. what do you think is the main reason causing this? >> hell if i know. i don't really care. >> jimmy: can i be excused? i'm going to my room. jeb bush. jeb bush has a better chance of winning powerball than the presidency. let's see how our kim jong-un
haircuts are coming along. oh. oh, yeah. i see they're blocking. how's it going, guys? >> good, jimmy. >> jimmy: how much would you normally charge for something like this? >> $1,000. >> jimmy: that seems very expensive. oh, wow, yeah. this is really -- do you think this is a bad idea? >> yes. >> yes, jimmy. >> jimmy: are you at all customered that you could have your beautician's license revoked for something like this? >> i'm more concerned about the safety of my life right now. >> me too. >> jimmy: all right, okay, keep working on it. by the way, mike, i really like those bespangled jeans you're wearing. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you can't do anything about it, you can't even spin around. that's mike and gus giving kim jong-un haircuts. when we come back a new episode of "the bachelor" to dissect.
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>> jimmy: welcome back. still to come joann froggatt and music from city and color. another shocking and dramatic episode of "the bachelor" tonight. 21 women were left. what i'd like to see him do, when they have all these women still early in the season, line them up and force the botch lar to name them. they didn't do that. one contestant is standing out so far. every season of "the bachelor" has a crazy lady on it.
and that crazy lady this season is definitely not lace. and the reason i know lace isn't crazy is because she keeps saying she's not. >> i'm not a crazy girl at all. i want to make sure that ben doesn't think i'm some crazy girl. crazy, right? i'm not crazy, i just need one moment. i want to make sure ben doesn't think i'm some crazy girl. i know i'm coming off a little crazy to you. right? >> i am if. >> just -- just the last couple of days. >> the lace i promised to myself i would not be came out. >> the person i didn't want to be came out. >> so that's the one you sent home, right? no, not at all. that one gets a rose. it's one of those, if i give you this rose will you promise not to burn my house down kind of things. in other sex-filled mansion news, playboy mansion is on the market for the low, low price of $200 million. you can own it. even if you have the money there's a catch. one of the conditions of the
sale is playboy founder hugh hefner gets to continue living there for the rest of his life. it's not a joke. it's a rare opportunity to own a mansion and a senior citizen. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's easy, though. just keep his robe clean and make sure he has sex three times a day and he'll be fine. i didn't know you could sell your house and keep living there arei'll have to call my realtor. tonight on espn, they had the college football national championship between the clemson tigers and alabama crimson tide, it was number one versus number two. at the end of it only one is number one. the game's happening now. it's weird they're playing this on a school night. don't they know these guys have class tomorrow? they're students first. this is good. this comes to us from cbs sports network coverage of college basketball which so beautifully provided us with tonight's unsanitary edition of "behind the news."
>> chris walker, old dominion did not have a victory outside its building all year and it comes here in the back and forth battle, two of the top teams in conference usa -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: terrible. maybe he had a bottle of purell down there we don't know. all right. are the kim jong hair -- the kim jong-un haircuts are nearly complete. let's go to gus and mike who are doing the cutting. oh, boy. wait. mike, mike, why are you wearing a helmet? >> they're not going to blow me up. >> jimmy: who wants to reveal their client first? >> mike got it first. >> jimmy: go ahead and spin him around and let's see. from the back it doesn't look bad. from the back it looks okay. from the front --
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know what, it really doesn't look too bad on you. >> no, jimmy. >> jimmy: it looks pretty good on you. have you seen it in the mirror? give him the mirror so he can see himself. yeah take a look. what do you think? >> it's actually not that bad. yeah it's not bad at all. >> jimmy: that women's studies, nicely done. gus, let's see what you've done. >> you ready? >> jimmy: i am ready. >> all right. >> jimmy: all right, all right. that's a lot better than i thought it was going to be. stephanie, do you want to take a look and tell us what you think? take a look in the mirror. >> oh, wow. >> jimmy: hey, guys. let's look at a before and after photo set of each of you. so you can see what it looked like before. i think that's actually an improvement.
and see what it looks like -- what stephanie looked like before and after. you want us to take your tinder profile pictures right now? >> no. >> jimmy: when you go home tonight, tell your family you learned how to cut your own hair. >> yeah. >> jimmy: for being such great sports we do have some parting gifts for you. guillermo, please bring the gifts out. we have a variety of hats for you to wear. take whatever you like. >> yeah, i'll take that one. >> jimmy: thank you, gus and mike from legends barbershop, nice work, fellows. see, now it looks a lot better. all right. thank you, guys. we have a good show tonight. tonight on the show we have music from city and colour. from "downton abbey" joanne froggatt is here. and we'll be right back with ice cube. so stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ lemme get a mcpick 2 introducing a hot new deal at mcdonald's
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. tonight from "down ton abbey," joanne froggatt is here. then his album is called "if i should go before you." city and colour from the samsung stage. tomorrow night, david duchovny and gillian anderson will be with us, from the movie "room." 9 year old jacob tremblay will join us, we'll have music from the great leon bridges. and later this week chloe grace moretz, leslie mann, ariana grande, josh holloway,
plus music from dj khaled with future. and charlie puth. please join us for all that. our first guest tonight is an actor, rapper, producer and frozen block of water whose remarkable life story inspired the most acclaimed music movie of last year. starting friday, he re-teams with kevin hart for another ride in "ride along 2." please welcome ice cube. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: by the way -- [ cheers and applause ] i like that when you're in a movie and you frequently do this, when you're in a movie you wear the shirt of the movie on the show. >> "ride along 2."
got to let them know what i'm here for. >> jimmy: you've been everywhere promoting this movie. you were on -- where'd i see you? fox football pregame yesterday. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i saw you on the golden globes. i think you interviewed el chapo? was that you? where i did not expect to see you was on "the bachelor" tonight. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: you and kevin hart hopped into the middle of "the bachelor." >> yeah, you know, me and kevin hart had to show the man how to get them a little bit of nooky, you know what i mean? >> jimmy: right. >> how to hit it on the first date. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: for those gentlemen who are not fortunate to have 25 women in a house for them, what is ice cube's secret? what is your advice as far as dating goes, as far as how to woo a woman? >> pick the best one. >> jimmy: pick the best woman? >> yeah. out of 25 you got to pick the best one. >> jimmy: right.
i mean, let's say you're not on "the bachelor." rarely are we on "the bachelor." i'm sure you've dated 25 women at a time but most people don't. >> are you sure about that? >> jimmy: if i had to bet my life on it, i'd go with yes. no? you haven't? >> not 25. maybe 22. >> jimmy: 22. let's show the clip from "the bachelor" tonight. >> it's morning time. >> okay. >> so i'm thinking something light. >> you know, they got hennessey over here. >> i think she seems like -- >> no, you got condoms. you got condoms. we need to get some condoms. >> ice cube's trying to get me to buy condoms, hard liquor. i think ice cube and i might have different styles when it comes to first dates. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: seems reasonable to me. >> my man. i don't know what woman don't like hennessey and condoms.
>> jimmy: i think we get a little insight into your dating philosophy gained by looking at your lyrics. i pulled one in particular. i think with my den aling but i won't bring no nowers to your doorstep when we going out because you'll take it for granted no doubt and after the date i'm going to want to do the wild thing you want lobster i'm thinking burger king. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> man. i mean, that's -- that's -- that's a hallmark poem right there. it's beautiful. how can't you woo a woman with those lyrics? >> jimmy: your wife is a lucky lady, that's for sure. >> isn't she? >> jimmy: i loved "straight out of compton." [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: are you hoping at the oscars they'll nominate like ten movies, do you think you have a shot at getting nominated? >> we hope so. we think we had a great movie.
we know the people love it. you know, it's really all about the academy coming to they senses. i think we should be in the race. >> jimmy: have you thought about there it ning any members of the academy? >> not yet, not yet, not yet. >> jimmy: it is on the table? >> everything's on the table. >> jimmy: yeah. >> that barbershop, legends. >> jimmy: legends barbershop on fairfax. >> they're going to get hacked by north korea. know what i mean? definitely going to be the first barbershop to get hacked. >> jimmy: i've been in there, i have not seen a computer, i don't think that's going to be a problem. it's going to have to be old-fashioned hacking. nwa is being inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. [ cheers and applause ] is that exciting for you? >> exciting. i was just talking to dre today. you know, trying to work it out, figure out what we going to do -- >> jimmy: what are you going to do? will dre show up? >> you know, once he move all
that money out the way of his door, he might can get out. might perform. yeah, yeah. we going to get down. it's a big honor, you know. the rock and roll hall of fame is something i guess, you know -- you know, it's something that we really got to put our foot in. we not playing. we going to go out there and do it big. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i like that. that will be fun. if you do perform, who fills in for ez? i would love to be a part of it. >> there you go jimmy, come on, baby. >> jimmy: you see how much flow i had when i read your lyrics? >> yeah, yeah, you know. about as good as ez when he first started. >> jimmy: well, thank you, i take that as a compliment. kevin hart. we're going to take a break here. when we come back, we'll see a clip from "ride along 2." ice cube is here, we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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opens friday. you and kevin shot two movies together. are you really friends? or is it just a business thing? >> i think we friends. pretty sure we friends. yeah, yeah, we friends. >> jimmy: you're friends? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: kevin talks a lot. >> yeah. you know, he has a big mouth. he's the only friend i know that owns his wing man $400,000. know what i mean? >> jimmy: what? >> you know, i have to keep kevin in check. >> jimmy: that's a lot of credit. >> yeah, a lot of credit, man. and it's bad weed. it don't even do nothing for you. >> jimmy: how do you keep kevin in check, what do you mean by that? >> you have to give him a juice box, you know. dime a tap. try to give him a little bit of, you know, sleepy medicine. >> jimmy: do you give him any advice?
kevin's making a lot of money and he's got -- pretty newly making lot of money. do you talk to him and go, here's what you do? >> yeah, pay your weed man. definitely do that. you know, don't talk so much, man, you'll be all right. you'll be all right. he got so much money, he can't spend it all. >> jimmy: you of course famously wore a lot of raiders stuff in nwa and after that. you're actually a big raiders fan. it's not just about the apparel. are you excited about the possibility that the team might move to l.a.? >> yeah. you know, they better move here. you know? it's like -- we need the raiders, you know. everybody else that want to come? you guys can stay home, you know? no chargers, no rams. >> jimmy: you want the raiders. >> we want the raiders here in l.a. it's a big mistake if they don't. >> jimmy: did you go to the games regularly when they were here in l.a.? >> yeah every game. the parking lot was a little rough. >> jimmy: yeah.
>> right. >> jimmy: i never went to those games but i hear stories about it being kind of a dicey situation. >> yeah, you know. you can -- you can lose a lot in that parking lot. know what i'm saying? but it's going to be good this time. we just going to have a lot of street lights. have a lot of lit areas. security cams. >> jimmy: you're making quite a case for the team moving here. would you ever consider becoming part owner of the raiders? >> oh, no. >> jimmy: you would not? why not? >> i'm too emotional as a fan. if i'm a owner i'm going to want to like hijack and kill somebody, you know? >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah, man. like man, kidnap him, you know. you dropped that ball? you're losing a finger. >> jimmy: did you watch the playoff games this weekend? keep up with the other teams as well? >> yeah, playoff games was crazy. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> the bengals went crazy. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they went crazy. >> jimmy: that's right. there were crazy games this week. i would love to see you as an
owner. imagine cutting to the box and you're smashing everything. >> that's exactly what's going to happen too. you know, i'm out of control when it comes to football. and i just need to stay a fan. i don't gamble, i don't do nothing, but i'm always mad on sundays, i don't know why. >> jimmy: do you watch "downton abbey"? [ laughter ] >> is that a real show? that's a show? >> jimmy: it is a real show. >> oh, okay. >> jimmy: joann froggatt is here -- >> >> i've been producing. i haven't time for all that. >> jimmy: when she comes out i'll ask her if she's an nwa or ice cube fan. >> i doubt it. >> jimmy: you never know. ice cube, it's very good to see you, thanks for coming. "ride along 2" opens friday. we'll be right back with joann froggatt! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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next guest has received three emmy nominations and a golden globe for her role as lady's maid anna bates on "downton abbey." the final season airs sundays at 9:00 p.m. on pbs, please welcome joanne froggatt. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you look fantastic. >> thank you. >> jimmy: it's weird seeing you in regular clothes. >> i know. >> jimmy: it's odd. >> i have legs. >> you do have legs, yeah. two of them even. i don't know if you heard, ice cube is a big fan of "downton abbey." >> i thought he would be, actually, yeah. >> jimmy: right up his alley. >> i thought so. >> jimmy: what about you? are you familiar with nwa? >> yeah, of course. i'm absolutely familiar with them. i was a little young when they first came out and i was living in england. >> jimmy: right. >> pop culture wasn't as big there as it is here. but yeah, i was 8 or 9 i think
when they first became big. so i missed out on that first thing. my husband's a huge fan and i just watched "straight out of compton" today, amazing film. >> jimmy: how about that. you grew up, correct me if i'm wrong, on a sheep farm. >> i did. >> jimmy: how many sheep weren the farm? >> about 100. yeah, at the most, about 100, 120. >> jimmy: that's a lot. were you milking them? >> well, you laugh, but we were, actually, milking them. >> jimmy: i was only kidding. i figured i'd go with it. >> it's true. dad used to milk the sheep and mum made cheese and yogurt and sell it. they were ahead of their time. i can actually milk a sheep. >> jimmy: you can. >> i think -- i don't know whether i still can. i have done. >> jimmy: is that fun or terrible? milking a sheep? >> a little weird. >> jimmy: doesn't seem like it would be enjoyable. >> a little bit strange. >> jimmy: do the sheep like it? >> not sure.
>> jimmy: when you have that many sheep are they pets to you? do yous. it's the family's way of making a living? >> because i was young they were kind of pets as well. our first two sheep that we got were adam and eve. i used to play with them. it was like -- we didn't have pets in the house, i lived on a farm, so my pets were the sheep. it sounds really sad. my life. i sound like i had a terrible childhood. it was actually quite fun. >> jimmy: what became of adam and eve? >> you know, i wouldn't like to say what became of adam and eve. i think we may have eaten them. >> jimmy: you may have eaten them, yeah. >> i'm not sure. but probably. >> jimmy: yeah. that's life on the farm. that's what happens. >> i know, i know. >> jimmy: things are more delicious when you name them before you eat them. that's what they say, anyway. you were at the golden globes last night. >> i was, yeah. >> jimmy: this time you didn't win your category but you were named. you were on the top ten best dressed list in "usa today," i noticed. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you very much.
that's a great accolade in itself. >> jimmy: was that a fun night? >> it was amazing, such a fun time. >> jimmy: who was at your table? i though they group the famous people together. >> we were with the pbs "masterpiece" table. damian lewis, mark ryland, their producers and stuff. they had a great night. i was sat right behind mara teeny who i love. she's amazing. >> there's a special pbs table? >> yeah, there was last night, yeah. >> jimmy: it would be fun if big bird was there or something, right? i guess he can't really drink because he's only 4 or something. so this is the last season of "downton abbey." did you ever imagine that this show would be -- even just the idea here of a show on pbs being very popular is very unusual. >> yes, so i hear. >> jimmy: and it also is a very british show. are you surprised that americans like it so much? >> yeah, super surprised. it's just been amazing.
every time we come to states we have such a warm welcome. it's just been a dream come true. i do think the american viewers have been such a big part of spreading the word across the world. it's when we sort of realize the show is becoming really successful is when you guys liked it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: on behalf of all of us, you're welcome. compa do you find there's a difference between your fans, people who watch the show who are english and people who watch the show who are american in the way they approach you and treat you? >> no really, mostly all the downton fans are so lovely. there's only been one person the whole six years who was slightly rude. >> jimmy: who was it? >> that was an english person. >> jimmy: it was? >> yeah, a music festival. i was just in the restroom. i could hear these girls talking outside. downton abbey! oh, okay. not the right time to be recognized but it's fine. came out. this girl said, oh, i love
downton, can i have a picture? of course, no problem. then her friend said, i don't watch that [ bleep ]. but can i have a picture? >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> well, you can if you really want but i'm not sure why you want one. she was the only person that was sort of rude. other than that, everyone's so sweet. everyone's really excited about, you know, seeing you, asking about the show, everybody's supportive. so people are really -- really lovely. >> jimmy: did you have a big crazy wrap party with the cast? >> we did have a big wrap party. disappointingly it wasn't that crazy. they did a big thing at the ivy in london which is a lovely restaurant, a private members restaurant in london. it's a little bit more subdued and sophisticated. >> jimmy: that makes sense. although i love the idea you were hammered. >> usually that's the case. >> jimmy: doing karaoke, something like that. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: did people cry? >> absolutely. yeah, we all cried. in fact, i finished on the same day -- i finished filming the
same day as most of the downstairs characters. the downstairs cast. and i finished a little early in the morning. but those guys sort of all finished at the same time. and when they finished i know jim carter went to say a few words to all the crew. sort of started to get choked up. then everybody just started crying. even like the big electrician guys and all the big burly macho men were in tears. >> jimmy: we rarely get to see english people cry. i think that's something that americans, we do a lot of crying. >> i love that. >> jimmy: i'd love to have some more of that. >> see what i can do. >> jimmy: maybe you'll cry after the music tonight. >> yeah, maybe. >> jimmy: it's very good to have you here. congratulations. >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: congratulations on the golden globes nominations and six great seasons of the show. "downton abbey." sunday nights at 9:00 on pbs. and we shall return with music from city and colour.
>> dicky: "the jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank ice cube, joanne froggatt and apologize to matt damon we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first this is his album, "if i should go before you." making his network television debut with the song "lover come back" city and colour! ♪ ♪ bound for trouble from the start i've been walking through this old world in the dark ♪ ♪ all along
right by my side there you were shining my ray of light ♪ ♪ so i sing lover come back lover come back to me won't you ever come back ♪ ♪ ever come back to me how could i have been so foolish to let you leave lover come back ♪ ♪ lover come back to me ♪ i'll never be as good as i'd like to be eternally restless ♪
♪ refusing to believe but i think that we missed our connection missed our connection ♪ ♪ i wanted to feel your affection feel your affection until my final days i sing ♪ ♪ lover come back lover come back to me won't you ever come back ever come back to me ♪ ♪ how could i have been so foolish to let you leave lover come back lover come back to me ♪ ♪ i am warm enough yet i still shiver i am fed
but still i starve ♪ ♪ you know me i am the great mis-giver always waiting on the clouds to part i sing ♪ ♪ lover come back lover come back to me won't you ever come back ever come back to me ♪ ♪ how could i have been so foolish to let you leave so lover come back lover come back to me ♪ ♪ lover come back lover come back to me ooh ooh ooh
♪ so far away i want you near crying out for more just a little more tied down on the floor ♪ ♪ like a prisoner of war oh i've been down so long day is nearly gone i must carry on with ♪ ♪ this wasted love careless love there's more to say than should be said ♪ ♪ can't get these words straight in my head you make me feel so powerless ♪ ♪ i'm crying out for more just a little more tied down on the floor like a prisoner of war ♪ ♪ oh i've been down so long
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