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that's our report. appreciate your time. >> for all of us, thanks for joining us. who wants to play the telephone game? >> i do. >> me! >> let's do it. >> jimmy: this is what i'm going to whisper into guillermo's ear. okay? got it? all right. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: lil yachty? what did we say? >> please smack me in a sand dish with tomato sauce tonight? >> jimmy: that's exactly right. >> guillermo: that was close, we almost got it. >> jimmy: we did really good. start the show.
>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- jada pinkett smith. from "baywatch," jon bass. "this week in unnecessary censorship." and music from lil yachty. and now, if you didn't know, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you. very nice. welcome. hi there, i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming to see us. very kind. let me ask, a quick poll of the audience. how many of you in our studio are here on vacation right now? [ cheers and applause ] i feel like i've been on vacation this week too. i've been paying such close attention to the travels of
donald trump, it's almost like he took me on the trip with him. and his wife is 64. they're basically the opposite of donald and melania. [ laughter ] this is interesting, i was interested in this. i looked it up. he and his wife met when he was 15, she was 40. she was his drama teacher. she was directing his high school play. and ooh-la-la, i guess. [ laughter ] so we're not the only country with a colorful leader. our leader's color just happens to be orange. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] this nato summit was a chance for trump to hobnob with a number of world leaders and flex his diplomatic muscles. sometimes literally, watch this. he kind of pushes his way past the prime minister of montenegro. move it, montenegro. like a kid cutting the line for
the ice cream truck. president trump addressed his fellow leaders today, he scolded them for not paying their fair share to support nato. and had one particularly harsh word for those who commit acts of terrorism. >> all people who cherish life must unite in finding, exposing, and removing these killers and extremists. and yes, losers. they are losers. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that'll learn 'em. he's fighting terrorists the same way he fought rosie o'donnell. [ cheers and applause ] it doesn't work. back home in the united states in the state to state of montana, something extra nutty is going on. we may have found a politician who hates the media more than donald trump. today they're holding a special election in montana for a
congressional seat. last night the republican candidate, who's expected to win, greg gianforte, was charged with assault for allegedly attacking a reporter who tried to ask him about his position on health care. they didn't get it on video. they were rolling audio, this is real audio of what happened. >> i'll talk to you about that later. >> there may not be enough time -- [ sounds of a scuffle ] >> i'm tired of you guys! the last guy that came in here did the same thing, get the hell out of here! get the hell out of here! last guy did the same thing. you with "the guardian"? >> yes, you just broke my glasses. >> last guy did the same damn thing. >> you body slammed me and broke my glasses. >> get the hell out of here. >> jimmy: like a flight on united airlines or something. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] no, we don't forget, that's right. gianforte was widely criticized. three local papers retracted their endorsements of him. speaker of the house paul ryan
said he should apologize. the reporter, as unacceptable as the actions may have been, the reporter reacted to it by posting what might be the saddest tweet ever posted. he wrote, greg gianforte just body slammed me and broke my glasses. [ laughter ] the only way the tweet would sound more pathetic is if it started with "mommy." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] all hell is breaking loose all over. on a less aggressive side of the republican coin, dr. ben carson is back. you know, it's weird. yesterday i spoke this is true, i was thinking about him, all his craziness. where's ben carson been lately? then like magic, he popped up. like beetlejuice, he suddenly was there. ben carson is now secretary of housing and urban development. he even interviewed a sirius xm radio yesterday where he shared his own very interesting take on poverty. >> i think poverty to a large
extent is also a state of mind. you take somebody who has the right mindset, you can take everything from them and put them on the street, i guarantee you in a little while they'll be right back up there. you take somebody with the wrong mindset, you can gave them everything in the world and they'll work their way back down to the bottom. >> jimmy: i'm pretty sure that's exactly the plot from the movie "trading places." isn't it? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] he just got cable or what? he is the best. and i want to say thing, president trump, for keeping this delightful character in our lives. [ laughter ] president trump landed in sicily tonight for the g-7 summit tomorrow. he's now at the tail end of his first big journey overseas as president. he'll have visited five countries in nine days on this trip. it's been a very busy stretch of
meetings and dinners and dancing with swords and speeches too. when trump gives these speeches, he reads from a script. which is a good idea. and he's done that a lot on this trip. i notice it sounds a lot like a fourth grade book report. he speaks very slowly and simply. not too bigly. [ laughter ] he stays in the middle and uses vocabulary even a child could understand. and to highlight that, we asked some actual fourth graders to read parts of trump's actual speeches from this trip. [ cheers and applause ] to show how they stack up with the big kid in the oval office. >> my big trip, by donald trump. the middle east is rich with natural beauty, vibrant cultures, and massive amounts of historic treasures. >> the middle east is rich with natural beauty, vibrant cultures, and massive amounts of historic treasures. >> saudi arabia is home to the holiest sites in one of the world's great faiths. >> saudi arabia is home to the holiest sites in one of the world's great faiths. >> each year, millions of muslims come from around the world --
>> to take part in the haj. >> in addition to ancient wonders -- >> this country is also home to modern ones. >> we must work together to build a future where the nations of the regions are at peace -- >> and all our children can grow and grow up strong. >> jerusalem is a sacred city. >> its beauty, splendor, and heritage -- >> are like no other place on earth. >> this is a land filled with beauty, wonder, and the spirit of god -- >> and the spirit of god. >> during my travels i have seen -- >> many hopeful signs that lead me to believe we can truly achieve -- >> a more peaceful future for this region and for people all faiths, all beliefs, and frankly all over the world. thank you. i like you too. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's a good day. thanks, kids. we are going to take a break. when we come back, today is a big day for "star wars" nerds. i'll tell you why.
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it changed our lives, some lives more than others. and "star wars" is officially now the 40-year-old virgin, so congratulations to everyone involved with that. [ cheers and applause ] i have something to show you, this is from kickstarter. you know what kickstarter is? people post their ideas, if you like the product, you can fund them. when they raise enough money, they'll send you whatever they made. before i share this, this is not a joke. this isn't something we made up. this is a real men's fashion product invented by a group of guys who are hoping it will take america by storm. it's called a romphim. a romper for men. so thus the name romphim. basically these are adult-sized baby clothes. [ laughter ] it's like the worst tinder profile pictures ever. [ laughter ] of all the awful things that have happened in 2017, this one
is right up there. i have to say. but here's the most disturbing part. they were hoping to raise $10,000 to make these. they've raised $364,532 so far. for more than 3,100 people. someone needs to start a kickstopper to cut this kind of thing off at the knees. [ cheers and applause ] which is actually what they did to those clothes. if you go to their kickstarter page, the first question on the frequently asked questions page is, i don't get it, who is this for? the answer if you click it is, anyone who wants to make a statement. [ laughter ] and that statement is, i am human vomit. [ laughter ] i should not be allowed to wear clothing of any kind on my body. and by the way, if the kickstarter -- the photos in the kickstarter page don't do it, for you, they made a video so you can see what kind of romping good times are ahead. ♪ ♪
>> jimmy: one more thing 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." [ cheers and applause ] >> you know you've come to this point because your parents and your families gave you a foundation of love and education. they encouraged you. they prayed for you. in most cases, they [ bleep ]ed a whole lot of [ bleep ]s to make this day possible. >> i'm sad but this is the last time i'm going to see you. i don't know anybody who has [ bleep ]ed me more than you. >> all great leaders know the difference between patting somebody on the back or [ bleep ]ing them in the butt. >> i am excited for the first night. i'm so ready to [ bleep ] these guys. >> i was a pleaser. i kind of remember wanting these celebrities to [ bleep ] me. >> thanks so much, note to self, don't [ bleep ] the sea lions. >> police just released new
surveillance photos of the man they say [ bleep ]ed a rabbi in the middle of the day. >> around the counter, on the counter. that is my time, i'll take a [ bleep ] before making these. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show, we have music from lil yachty. from "baywatch" jon bass. and we'll be right back with jada pinkett smith. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" brought to you by denny's on demand, dennys.com. i- [sound of wrench] [intricate guitar riff] [engine starts]
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emotions," lil yachty from the mercedes-benz outdoor stage. [ cheers and applause ] you know, when i hear a name like lil yachty for the first time, it excites me, and i always wonder, will i be hearing this a lot? from now on? like the first time i heard snoop dogggy dog i was like, who the hell is that? or will it kind of go away? i thought about it a lot today and i think lil yachty is here to stay. so congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] to the whole yachty family. eventually, he'll have to drop the lil. or donate it to charity or something. that's what's in my head lately. next week we have new shows at our regular time with keri russell, sarah silverman, and jimmy butler. and more. and the return of our nba game night specials in primetime with robert downey jr., tom holland, iron man and spider-man. will ferrell, not a superhero as far as i know. owen wilson, jamie foxx, karl malone, snoop dogg, billy crystal. and we tip it off on thursday with kevin hart for game one. please join us for all of that. [ cheers and applause ]
our first guest's tv show takes place in the city with the highest concentration of super villains in america. she plays crime lord fish mooney on "gotham." ♪ ♪ >> fish! >> hello, oswald. now see that there? that's a look of respect. or is it fear? >> hiya, fish, how you been? >> let's see. i was alive. then i was dead. then i was alive. things are looking up. >> jimmy: watch "gotham" monday nights on fox. please welcome the fresh princess jada pinkett smith. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: you look fantastic. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you really do look great. >> so good to see you. >> jimmy: great to see you. you could go on the oscars dressed like that it's unbelievable. >> i was coming to see you. >> jimmy: thank you very much. how are you doing? >> i'm doing great. >> jimmy: you died and came back to life, that's a great compliment from the producers of the show, right? >> absolutely. >> jimmy: that puts you in a category with jesus. >> yes. >> jimmy: and only a handful of others. >> absolutely. i love playing fish. when bruno came to me, we want to bring you back, i said, of course. >> jimmy: unlike the penguin, fish is not a fish. she doesn't dress as a fish. >> yeah. no. >> jimmy: or eat underwater or anything like that. >> no. >> jimmy: what are her powers? >> you know, she did get thrown into some water and kind of come back and survive. and her powers are kind of eel-like. >> jimmy: okay, all right.
>> that's a little fishy. >> jimmy: is an eel a fish? >> i think it is. >> jimmy: guillermo, find out if an eel is a fish and let me know. >> guillermo: okay. >> i'm almost sure. >> jimmy: that's how i phone a friend. we have a three-day weekend coming up. >> yes. >> jimmy: what does your family do? what does the smith family do on a three-day weekend? >> you know what's great about this three-day weekend? >> jimmy: what? >> will is in cannes. willow's in japan. jaden is in toronto. and i believe trey is going to be in miami. you know what that means? i'm going to be alone. >> jimmy: oh, wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm going to be alone. mama's going to be alone. >> jimmy: what will you do alone when you have the whole house to yourself? >> i was thinking about sleeping but i don't think i'm going to be doing that. i don't. >> jimmy: what, are you going to have a party?
>> i might. >> jimmy: you might? >> i might have. mama's going to be alone this weekend party. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you should. >> i should, i deserve it. >> jimmy: he found out already? >> guillermo: yeah, i'm fast. >> you are fast. >> jimmy: you don't have to bring it, we believe you. >> guillermo: no, it's better for me to -- >> jimmy: you can't read it, huh? >> it's a freshwater fish. >> jimmy: you're correct, wow. [ applause ] thank you, guillermo. okay. well that derailed us completely. let's get back to your party. >> yes. >> jimmy: will you -- it will will it be one of those dials you have 1,000 people in your neighborhood all of a sudden, call the cops, throw everybody out? >> yeah, my neighborhood they'll definitely do that. >> jimmy: they will call the cops. >> i don't think we'll take that it far. >> jimmy: i think it was you or will one of the last times you were here were talking about how your family cannot agree on where to go for vacation. >> yes. >> jimmy: sounds like you've solved this by all just going to separate places. [ laughter ] >> but you know what, we decided we had a beautiful summer vacation. >> jimmy: where did you go? >> remember i told you? i told you i don't like boats. >> jimmy: right.
>> and he took the family on a boat. >> jimmy: right. >> and it was great. >> jimmy: it was good? >> it was fantastic. so we as a family have decided to give will all the power to make decisions about where the family will go now for summer vacation. >> jimmy: wow. >> but he gets one strike, just one. you know, until he fails, once, he gets to have that power. so he has it now. >> jimmy: that's diabolical in a way. i'm sure he felt initially like, oh, great, i get to plan the vacation! now it's like, oh, great, i'm the one everyone will complain to if the vacation isn't good. >> exactly, exactly. >> jimmy: that's smart. >> he loves it though. >> jimmy: he does love it. does he have anything lined up for you? >> i think we're going to go to vietnam. >> jimmy: really? wow. >> yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: will you take a boat there? >> i hope not. >> jimmy: vietnam, huh?
>> vietnam. he was like, i think i want to take you guys to vietnam. and i was like, you know what? i'm down. >> jimmy: why not? >> yeah, why not? i'm at that time in my life i'm about saying yes to everything. >> jimmy: okay, good. maybe i'm come over this weekend, we'll test that out. >> ha ha! >> jimmy: also, another thing. last time will -- this is a story i know will told me. he said that he was at the gas station, and he had no money, forgot his wallet, he had no gas in his car. he rolled down his window and asked a guy for $10 for gas. and the guy, of course, was surprised that will smith was asking him for money. >> yep. >> jimmy: he did indeed give him the money. >> yes, he did. >> jimmy: is this something -- >> he does all the time? >> jimmy: he does do it all the time? >> he does it all the time. and he really likes to do it with me because i hate it. >> jimmy: you do? >> he thinks that's funnier. >> jimmy: why do you hate it? >> because i get embarrassed.
>> jimmy: yeah, right. >> we were in new york, i'd gotten a text that a water company that we have was out in whole foods. he's like, we got to go now. walking in new york. we got to go to whole foods, we got to get a bottle of water. and i was like, we don't have any money. he was like, don't worry, i'm going on ask somebody for a dollar. i said, will? [ laughter ] will, please don't do that, you know i don't like that. he's like, it's going to be cool, come on jada. and i was like, will, don't. he stops this woman, can we have a dollar? she's like, owe my goodness, yes, i'll give you a dollar! i said, don't have him give you money, ask him to give you some money. don't give him money, this is all wrong, ask him for some money. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: she gave him the money, right? >> she gave him the money. >> jimmy: you're married to the world's most famous panhandler. [ laughter ] >> exactly, it's so crazy. he does it all the time. if we're in the car and going to a restaurant, we don't have our wallets, ah, it's okay. >> jimmy: you have a movie coming out in july. >> yes. >> jimmy: this seems to be a very dirty movie. is it a dirty movie? what is the name of the movie? >> "girls trip." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i saw the trailer, it's a serious r-rated movie. >> it's hard-core "r."
>> jimmy: a hard "r." >> yes. >> jimmy: is this the first time you've done anything like that? >> yeah, i think. "bad moms" was -- yeah. "bad moms" was there. >> jimmy: this goes beyond that it seems like, maybe. >> i think so, a little bit. i think so, a little bit. we have one scene in particular. >> jimmy: what is the scene in particular that will be problematic? >> well -- there's -- there's the scene with this grapefruit. that you use with a male partner. that you kind of -- you know. i mean, it's a hard "r" so it's hard to say exactly. >> jimmy: it's a real grapefruit. >> real. >> jimmy: this is a real thing? this is a movie thing? >> this is a real thing. >> jimmy: that people do? >> people will ask you, have you been grapefruited? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> yes. yes. you've never been grapefruited? >> jimmy: i've never been grapefruited. [ laughter ] i'm dying to know what grapefruiting is, though. >> yes, yes. if you come see the movie, you'll get a real clear tutorial on it. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you knew about this previous to the movie? >> i did. >> jimmy: or you learned it from the movie? >> no. >> jimmy: am i the only one --
>> you're the only one. this has been around for years, right? [ applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i feel like you don't really. >> no, they do, they know. it's been around for years. >> jimmy: tell me what it is. yeah, you know what it is, tell me what it is. >> i've never done it. [ laughter ] >> she's lying, she's lying. >> but yeah, you take the grapefruit and you put it around, right? >> yeah, you cut a hole. >> you take the grapefruit out. >> jimmy: what if you -- what if you're on cholesterol medication? [ laughter ] >> that can be worked out. that can be worked out. >> jimmy: you cut a hole in the grapefruit? >> yes, you do. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wouldn't that sting? >> you got to know what you're doing. >> jimmy: guillermo, go get a grapefruit. >> guillermo: i'm coming back! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. "gotham" airs monday nights at 8:00 on fox and jada's movie "girls trip" opens in theaters
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replacing josh gad in "the book of mormon." now he runs slowly and topless in the big screen version of "baywatch." it opens in theaters today, please welcome jon bass. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: they couldn't find a grapefruit. this would be better for me than a grapefruit anyway. [ laughter ] >> that's about my size too. >> jimmy: have you heard of that thing? >> no. >> jimmy: no, yeah. >> no. i've stuck it in some weird things though. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: in the movie, in your character in the movie, gets it caught in a beach chair. >> yeah, in a beach chair, yeah. >> jimmy: was that in the script? do you know that's going to be part of when it you audition? >> yes, jimmy. >> jimmy: you did?
you read the whole script? >> i read the whole script, i know all my parts. yeah. they told me that was going to happen. and i'm shocked that it actually did. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: why were you shocked it actually did? >> well -- i imagine at some point someone would go, you know, maybe this is a little too insane for "baywatch." >> jimmy: they didn't have anything like that on the television series. >> no. >> jimmy: as far as i know, david hasselhoff never got his private parts caught in a beach chair. >> no, no. >> jimmy: probably for the best. the international audience would have been confused. >> well, they're about to be really confused. >> jimmy: by the way, "the book of mormon" which was huge, still is a huge hit on broadway -- [ cheers and applause ] it's your big break, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: replacing josh gad who really distinguished himself in that show. >> i know, i know. terrifying. >> jimmy: bad, right? yeah, yeah. but you played that role in the touring company? >> i played the role as a standby in the touring company. and then about five months in, the producers came to a couple of shows that i did and they sort of just plucked me up and
put me on broadway. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and do you feel pressure to do it the way josh did it? or did you do it differently? >> the most amount of pressure you could imagine, jimmy. >> jimmy: right, yeah. >> but you know, you end up finding your own thing and it turns out to be your own version pretty quick. >> jimmy: do you kind of get in there and you're extra nice to everyone because you want them to like you better than they like josh? >> 1,000%, yeah. >> jimmy: you have to work it on both sides. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: matt and trey, are they the producers, the creators of "south park," are they the ones that saw you and put you on? >> i'm going to go with yes. >> jimmy: but they didn't actually? >> i'm going to go with yes. >> jimmy: you're going to go with yes. >> yes, you know -- i'm a huge fan of base-ketball. >> jimmy: the movie they made when they were 12. >> i think that was a huge part of my childhood. >> jimmy: of all the things they've done, that's the thing you pick from their careers is base-ketball?
>> yeah. >> jimmy: really. did you tell them that? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you did. >> i told them in like letters. the opening night in denver. i wrote them both really nice letters. >> jimmy: oh. >> that said like, this is the first professional thing that i'm doing, i'm so amazed that i'm able to work with you two, you're geniuses, p.s., i love "base-ketball." >> jimmy: they probably thought you were joking, right? when they got those letters? >> i hope not. i was being 100% serious. >> jimmy: they may be learning this now for the very first time. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: you wind up in this movie. the rock is in the movie. i don't mean to be insulting. you were cast specifically for a set of physical attributes that you, well, either have or don't have. i don't know -- >> i have no idea what you're talking about, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you've got the rock and zac efron. >> yeah, and then you've got -- this. >> jimmy: then we've got you. did you not work out very hard for your role in this movie? [ laughter ] >> no, no. i didn't.
it was very, very easy. i got to eat anything i wanted. and it really upset everyone else. >> jimmy: did it really? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: because everyone else was on a diet, yeah. >> oh, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: the rock was dieting? >> well, you know that the rock has a crazy diet where he eats like seven meals -- if he doesn't eat every three hours, i think he just deflates. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he eats like a pony every day. >> yeah, exactly. a very strict regimented diet. and i remember we were on set. and his daughter is this amazing, amazing girl, simone, she's absolutely wonderful. and it's a testament to how amazing he is, just like how wonderful his family has turned out, you know? so we're sitting there and he's sort of like chowing down on his 10th chicken and rice of the day. and simone walked up to him and just sort of goes, "lemme guess, chicken and rice?" and dwayne "the rock" johnson
just eating his chicken and rice just looks over and goes, "come on simone, you know it's all i can eat." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very sad. >> oh my god. he's the schmo in his family! [ laughter ] she's calling him out! i would never, never in a million years. >> jimmy: it's a very good lesson, don't judge the rock by its cover is basically the lesson we've learned here. >> yeah. >> jimmy: congratulations on all your success. [ cheers and applause ] the movie is "baywatch." it opens today. that's jon bass, everybody. be right back with lil yachty! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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>> >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i want to thank jada pinkett smith, jon bass, and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next but first, his album is called "teenage emotions" here with the song "bring it back," lil yachty! ♪
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♪ you've been gone for too long you need to bring it back i know you happy with him ♪ ♪ but you were happier with me all them times at the beach all the sand in your toes ♪ ♪ all your friends hatin' hoes they just mad 'cause we be goals ♪ ♪ please bring back your loving 'cause you've been gone for too long ♪ ♪ you need to bring it back you've been gone for too long you need to bring it back to my life ♪ you need to bring it back thought somethin' ♪ ♪ was wrong with her all night would talk on the phone with her ♪ ♪ all night been thinkin' 'bout you and what we gonna do when ♪ ♪ nothin' is to do you know i been missin' your smell i been missin' the way ♪ ♪ you raise hell i been missin' the way your stories tell i mean it when i told you ♪ ♪ your skin was so golden i miss it, oh i miss it i miss it ♪ ♪ i miss it wait 'til i see you watch how i kiss it kissin' it and squeeze it ♪ ♪ i just wanna please it we startin' out easy but we takin'
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♪ and ever together we forever young ♪ ♪ shining bright under the shining sun like moonshine you keep 99% with me ♪ ♪ i'm feeling all ya energy i know you love to rattle me ♪ ♪ to say is boat i love when you inside of me your love is like ♪ ♪ a high to me i love to go out my way to make sure you stay happy we forever young ♪ ♪ i'm so in love i'm so in love ♪ ♪ i'm so in love your beauty brings me up ♪ ♪ all i want to do all i want to do one two three yeah ♪ ♪ we could be together forever ♪ we could be together forever and ever ♪ ♪ i want to live life with you ♪ this is "nightline."
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