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jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> alexi: i'm jimmy, i'm your host. thanks for watching. thank you for coming. thank you for joining us. so this morning i was in the shower, at the end of the shower i open the daughter, my daughter, 16 months old, is standing there. she points directly at my penis and laughs. the laugh was like -- it was a forced ha ha ha! i turn to my wife, i was like, this? what is this? this can't be a thing, okay?
at my penis. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm in the market for a new family if anyone's interested. we have a good show for you tonight tonight. it will be a super show tonight. ben affleck is here. [ cheers and applause ] to share the new trailer for the much-anticipated for "batman versus superman: dawn of justice." the world premiere. i saw it this afternoon, it's really good. last time i saw batman and superman fight, it was interesting, out on hollywood boulevard. they were fighting over a hot dog they found in the trash. superman, it's hard with the gloves to get the hot dog. "the leftovers" on hbo, liv tyler is with us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] from ufc the know toe yus conner man gregor is here.
gerald-eazy doesn't have the christmas is coming. you have to get everyone in your family to get to put on white shirts and jeans to take the picture for the holiday card because you have to mail that out. sunday we took my daughter to see santa claus, to get our holiday card picture. we waited over an hour in line. sheet supposed to sit in santa's lap, she went nuts, cried, it was a waste of an hour is what it was. so i showed the photo on your show on monday. since then a lot of viewers have been sending me photos of their kids being scared by santa claus. i thought i would share some of those with you now. let's go to the wall of america and we'll look. [ cheers and applause ] first of all, from katie spence. look at this. santa's had enough. next, let's run through these. nicky. santa's haunted my little brother's dreams ever since.
that kid's mad. stacy says, even santa's crying in that one. charles, yep, big tails. santa's wearing a vest, i'd be alarmed too. diana's got a couple of screaming kids. merry christmas from ontario. well, the santa in canada as well. next is things went well with santa. all right. barb says, season's screamings. i'm not sure if the boy is happy or crying. but he's doing something. kate has full-out tantrums going on. and is this -- is that it? that's it? okay, that's it. so there you go. [ cheers and applause ] if you want to be a part of this, we have a great shot you'd like to share, post to it twitter or instagram, #seasonsscreamings so we can find it.
there are tears too. okay? earlier tonight from new york they had the annual lighting of the christmas tree in rockefeller center. a 78-foot norway spruce from hudson valley, his name is greg. they started lighting the tree in new york in 1933. its from attracts thousands of people. they have a big one in washington, d.c. too. we don't have anything like that here. we have one thing at a mall but it's not a big televised event. in california, if a big tree is lit up it's because it's on fire. that. tonight we're taking you love to hollywood boulevard for the first annual lighting of the spongebob. first of all i want to say hello to sponge bob. are you ready to become part of a holiday tradition that will be cherished by families for many years to come? >> oh, yes, i sure am. it will be fantastic, ha ha ha!
flammable, sponge bob? >> oh, no. >> jimmy: good. are you wearing underwear right now, spongebob? >> oh, yeah. we wear the toilet papers, ha ha ha! >> jimmy: i've got the lever. i'm going to pull it. let's countdown from two. two, one! wow, look at that. >> awesome. [ cheers and applause ] >> ha ha ha! >> jimmy: a cable attached to it. isn't that beautiful. wow. just like being in bethlehem. okay, now don't move from that for the rest of the month, okay, sposhlg bob? >> okay, i'll ob digital display. >> jimmy: sponge upon is being slowly tied up by that rope that cable down at the bottom. it will eventually work its way up to his neck and strangle them. thanks again, spongebob. we're into december and donald trump is still running for president which i don't think he didn't even expect this would happen.
university poll, trump is in first place among republicans with 27% of the vote. marco rubio is in second place at 17%. ben carson is fast asleep somewhere, dreaming of sugarplums. donald trump was in macon, georgia, this week. again he suggested that cnn should pay to get him to come to the next debate. >> how about we do this with cnn. i won't do the debate unless they pay me $5 million, all of which money goes to the wounded warriors or go to vets. serious, serious. i would love to do it. how about i tell cnn that i'm not going to do the next debate, okay? i'll tell you the problem. you know, we discussed -- this is a nice thing. when you're really smart, like really, really, really smart like i am -- it's true -- it's
no, it's always been true. >> jimmy: it was true before he was born. it has always been true. it's a funny thing, though, to even suggest that you would be paid. he's treating the republican primary like it's an entertainment show he is the star of which let's be honest is kind of exactly what it is. it's like "celebrity apprentice" but with even worse celebrities. what i would do, i think what donald trump should do, he should start firing his opponents one by one every week. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: ted cruz, you're fired. of course cnn's not just going to give donald trump $5 million. they're not his dad, they're a news network. you know that if donald trump wins we are going to have a kardashian as president one day, right? it's the only logical step forward. kylie jenner who i think is the youngest nonbaby member of the kardashians is having a very
kylie launched her lip kit and it sold out in seconds. this lip kit sold out in less than a minute. originally selling for $29, now posted on e way washington between $80 and $1150. the only perpendicular who could afford kylie jenner's lip kit is kylie jenner. if you want lips like kylie you don't have to go on ebay. take that $29 you were going to spend, give it to stramer, ask him to punch you in the mouth. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's a special birthday today. today is -- i'm not sure if you're aware, today is britney spears' birthday. and -- yes. and to honor her we have a presentation tonight from a local third grader who's a big fan. and prepared this especially for brit 93's special day.
[ cheers and applause ] >> hi, everybody. i'm britney spears. and today is my 34th birthday celebration celebration. i am the princess of pop. i sold over 100 million albums. once i got married and divorce in the same weekend. and then i got married and divorced a second time. oops, i did it again. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] one thing i am not going to do again is shave my head. because i looked like homer simpson. well, i got to go. i left my kids in the car again.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, lindsay. we are going to take a break. when we come back from the break, ben affleck is here with the world premiere of the never before seen trailer of "batman versus superman" so stick around, we'll be right back! (music) i' all the projects, presentations, or meetings i gave up my nights for. s drums intensify) i' ll never forget. in the 2016 ford escape. be unstoppable. this is my fight song take back my life song
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let the republicans rip up obamacare and throw it away. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> jimmy: welcome back. liv tyler, conor mcgregor, and music from g-aezy on the way. pat man and superman are squaring off and to help us reveal the trailer it's my
best, guillermo, are you ready up on the roof? >> guillermo: i'm ready on the roof, jimmy. >> jimmy: okay. then light it up. and here we go. that is the bat signal. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: when we light the bat signal, batman comes. and so -- now we wait, i guess. and he'll come. you know. he'll come. >> i'm here. >> jimmy: what? >> i'm right here. >> jimmy: oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're here. >> been here 20 minutes. >> jimmy: you've been here for 20 minutes? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i knew you would come, we made a bat signal. >> no, i -- i didn't see that, you just texted me yesterday, come down to the show tomorrow. i texted you back and said sure. >> jimmy: i didn't get that text.
i guess we didn't really need to build that bat signal then, huh? so hey, batman, i just want to apologize for putting you in this spot where you're eating snack in the audience. >> yeah. thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: because i know it's not very batman to be like that. >> no, you know that i just play batman, right? >> jimmy: yeah, batman, of course i know that. >> i'm not actually batman. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. i mean -- you are batman. >> well, now -- in a way. but ever since i got this role you've only called me batman. >> jimmy: yeah. the reason i do that is because you're bad man. >> yes, i know, i am. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. yeah, i know that. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> okay. why don't you go ahead and take a run at saying that name?
[ cheers and applause ] >> you've seen me naked. you know my name. >> jimmy: i do know what your >> yes. it is time. [ cheers and applause ] "batman versus superman: dawn of justice." >> there he is, get a shot! bruce, bruce! >> who's that? >> you must be new. that is bruce wayne. wayne. clark kent, "daily planet." what's your position on the bat vigilante in gotham? >> civil liberties are being trampled on in your city. people living in fear. thinks he's above the law. "the daily planet" criticizing those who think they're above
wouldn't you say? considering every time your hero saves a cat out of a tree you write a puff piece editorial about an alien. down. >> the world doesn't share your opinion, mr. wayne. >> maybe it's gotham city and me, had a bad history with freaks dressed like clowns. >> boys? bruce wayne meets clark kent. i love it. i love bringing people together. how are we? hi, hello, it as pleasure -- ow, wow, that is a good grip, you should not pick a fight with this person. you know the oldest line in america? that power can be in a sentence. >> you're going to go to war. that son of a bitch brought the war to us.
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>> i thought she was with you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "batman versus superman: dawn of justice" opens march 25th. ben affleck, everybody. thank you, batman. [ cheers and applause ] tonight on the show we have music from g-eazy, conor mcgregor. be right back with liv tyler! what are people going to think of our new buttermilk crispy chicken? let's find out. it's probably the best sandwich i've ever had. it's super crispy but also really juicy. so would you guys come back? yes. most definitely! well here is our card. the location is on the back. it's mcdonald's? what?| what? whaaaaat? get out of here. no way !! wait seriously? try some buttermilk crispy chicken. it's right around the corner, at mcdonald's.
>> jimmy: welcome back. tonight from the ufc, a powerful man, the notorious conor mcgregor. a young gentleman from oakland, california, his album comes on the friday, "when it's dark out," g-eazy from the samsung stage. tomorrow night, maya rudolph will join us, adam scott will be here, and we'll have music from the great andrea bocelli. join us then. you're first guest is a fine actress and one of the few women in america who can borrow a scarf from her father and still look great. watch her on the season finale of "the leftovers" this sunday at night on hbo, please say hello to liv tyler.
>> jimmy: first of all congratulations, i know you had a baby since you were here last, a boy? >> a boy named saylor. >> jimmy: how did you arrive at that? >> it took a minute to figure out. one of my favorite movies is "wild at heart," the characters saylor and lula. >> jimmy: wouldn't it be ironic if saylor becomes sea sick every time he gets on
a boat? seems like he would be the subject of much derision. >> justin told me to give you a kiss but he said i had to give know that that's okay. >> oh, okay. okay. why? what does it mean? >> jimmy: i'll surprise you.
of my mouth -- that's when you know it's time. so back to the baby. now that we've wandered into unsavory territory here. tyler, who i don't know if you know this -- [ cheers and applause ] he came to high pressure show and hung out for a couple of >> he did? >> jimmy: everybody loved him, he took the whole writing department over, they all just sat around and talked instead of working. your dad, was your dad present when you had the baby? >> saylor surprised us and same six weeks early. >> jimmy: oh, boy. >> my fiance
was traveling for work. so he kind of -- he was on a plane and couldn't get there. so i called my sister and she came right away. and she called my dad and said, dad, liv's in labor. he walked out of his house in nashville. i didn't know that. then he walked in just before everything happened. >> jimmy: he jumped on a plane
>> literally walked in the door like right before it happened. >> jimmy: he did, okay. he was there. >> he was there. >> jimmy: you let him in there, he was well behaved? >> it was crazy, i would have never in a million years would thought i'd give birth with my dad and my sister. it was very sweet, we were laughing a lot and having fun. >> jimmy: he cut the umbilical cord? >> he did. >> jimmy: i wouldn't let him do that. >> it was really funny. we have a picture. it's like all the doctors and everything, very hygienic, and his hand that just looked insane in there with his long black claws, painted black striped down the middle, huge skull rings and everything. rrgh! >> jimmy: i imagine your dad rushing to the airport and tsa makes him take off all his bracelets and fishing lures he wears in his ears and everything he has, throw everything into a basket.
jewels in his hair, you're right. >> jimmy: you know what, he really went all-out to get to you, i guess. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's nice to have him there. is he liking being a grandfather? >> yeah, he's very sweet. >> jimmy: is he grandfather-ly? >> he is. he's kind of like -- he's like having a wizard as a grandfather. it's not a normal routine. you don't always see him that often but when we do it's like this magical wizard comes to the house. >> jimmy: he wasn't at all squeamish about cutting the up umbilical cord? >> not thayne t i know of. >> jimmy: i was. >> you didn't like it. >> i said, no, i want a professional to do that. what's the advantage to doing that? it's patronizing. here, cut! i didn't want to do it. because i also i felt like, if my daughter had a big horrible
would be blamed on me. and i'd rather it be blamed on a stranger. i'm always thinking is really what i'm saying. so you got a baby now. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i love the show "the leftovers." i think it's a great show. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're not on this season as much as you were on last season. >> not so much, yeah. >> jimmy: but you have a key -- i don't want to spoil anything. i'm not going to talk about really anything that's happening on the show. but you definitely have an integral role. >> which i didn't even know about until it kind of happened. >> jimmy: how did it happen? >> damon -- >> jimmy: damon lindeloft is the creator and writer of the show. >> it's so different, television, from the movie where a movie you know everything that's going to happen. you have the same director. with tv they sort of write as they go. so you know who your character
idea what's going to happen. so like the first scene i did, saylor was only 3 or 4 months old. i have that crazy sex scene. >> jimmy: yeah i think you sexually assaulted somebody is really what happened. yeah. that's true. >> but that was like -- i had no idea. i remember i said to him, where are we going with this? because i was feeling slightly vulnerable because i just had a baby. and he said, do you really need to know where we're going? can you just know where we are? and i was like, uggh. i want to know everything. >> jimmy: he probably hadn't figured that out yet. >> that's what i can't tell. i think they outline things. but then they also, you know, see what happens. i mean, i don't -- i guess i don't exactly know. they don't tell us. >> jimmy: people who have seen that episode of the show, they know exactly. it must have been weird to have had a baby just come out of you, then you're getting another one
>> jimmy: i think really, essentially -- >> oh! >> jimmy: yes? i'm just working out my theorys on you. all right. we're going to take a break. we'll see a clip from "the leftovers." if you haven't been watching it you should. live tyler is here. we'll be right back. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" brought to you by samsung pay. innovative sonicare technology with up to 27% more brush movements versus oral b. get healthier gums in 2 weeks guaranteed.
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that is "the leftovers." hbo. liv tyler is with us. your character is meg. your character has been through a lot over the first two seasons of the show. i mean really a lot. like almost too much. really you've taken kind of a beating on the show, haven't you? >> i guess we all have, really, the characters. >> yeah. >> it was so fun that they -- so i wasn't in it that much, damon had said, then i got to do a whole episode last week. >> jimmy: right, yes, last week's episode was all you. >> she got to tell her whole story and that was so fun. it was like a little movie. >> jimmy: what do you feel lake you can say? i don't like to say anything because people get mad at me when i ruin anything about what happened on that episode, about anything specific on it. >> oh, boy. >> jimmy: i'll get mad at you if
>> we got to see before the departure and after the departure which was quite nice to see. i didn't even know exactly what had happened to her and who she was. and we sort of figured it out as we go. it was really fun to get to play. she's so complicated and so not like me. so it's really fun to be able to play her. >> jimmy: you say fun. it doesn't seem like the show is -- it's very intense, it doesn't seem like it would be fun to be there. is it at all fun? >> i think it's so fun, yeah. i mean, we all -- i mean, it's just so great to be able to stretch yourself and be given -- it was i felt like damon had given me a little present. a box with a bow. >> jimmy: do people have birthday parties on set? is it light in any way? >> yeah it's light, normal. >> jimmy: it is like normal, okay. >> you get used to be able to switch in and out kind of, i guess. >> jimmy: okay, all right. i have some photographs here i'd like to show because i'm curious. you are now working as a police
>> that's on the movie i just made called "wildling." that's james la gross, the wolf man. i'm the cop. >> jimmy: and you're the cop. the wolf man and the cop. what is the idea of this film? >> oh, boy. that would be hard to explain. >> jimmy: let's not even bother then. >> yes, it would take awhile. >> jimmy: you play the best-looking cop in the world basically? >> that's crazy, everyone that i've told i was playing a cop just starts laughing. like no words. and i'm like, i'll show you! i got really mad about it. >> jimmy: you. >> i went to the police academy in austin and got very serious. >> jimmy: do you feel like you could arrest somebody if you wanted? >> because everybody was laughing i was like, i can't be a cop? then i would wear my uniform a lot, and my belt. >> jimmy: once you put the belt on -- >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. >> i got comfortable. >> jimmy: i can't wait to see the season finale. liv tyler, everybody!
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>> jimmy: we are back. g-eazy. . next guest came from ireland with nothing but his fists and his feet and a dream. faces jose aldo with the featherweight title on the line. "ufc 194" is live from las vegas on pay per view. please welcome "the notorious" conor mcgregor. [ cheers and applause ] >> let me see your hands before i let you touch my belt. okay. >> jimmy: are you worried i have gravy on my hands? >> i don't know if you wash your hands. >> i'm very clean. that's some belt. this belt, when you win a belt
forever or is it something that changes hands like the stanley cup? >> i was discussing this only today. i believe every time you defend it they give you a fresh one. so the original one you win you get to go home, put it in your office, wherever you have it. every time you defend you get a brand-new one. i believe. i hope. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i will leave it at home so i do get a fresh one. >> jimmy: right, don't give it, i think that is what happens. >> jimmy: tell the guy, if he wants it, he has to come take it >> exactly. >> jimmy: is it a fun job that you have? is it something you enjoy? >> it is an extremely fun job. >> jimmy: it is? >> it's a crazy, beautiful, out of body experience beating people up for lots of fun. >> jimmy: is it an out of body experience? it seems like the ultimate in-body experience. >> you have to experience it for yourself. to be in that pure environment,
you talk to people for lots of money, i beat people up for lots of money. i'm sure when you're sitting here talking to people you wish you could beat them up. i actually do get to beat them up. >> jimmy: do you talk to them while you're beating them up? are there conversations? >> yeah, i certainly let them know that they hit weak. they fight like a baby. i talk to them. >> jimmy: do you say that whether they do or not? i'm sure you've run into guys, that guy was a pretty good fighter, do you tell him? >> it never happens. >> jimmy: it's never happened? >> smooth sailing so far. [ cheers and applause ] >> if it happens i'll say, wow, you know what, you do hit hard. but it hasn't happened just yet. nobody has hit me hard enough to make me say, you don't fight like a bitch. >> jimmy: all right. you're hobbsly evaluate ly honestly evaluating them. you grew up in ireland. at what age did you realize you
>> at what age -- i'm irish, [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> we're all good. i don't know, i was always -- society tells you, growing up, you should fantasize about kicking a ball. it didn't really interest me. i tried to maybe pretend that i was interested in it. but really, kicking a ball straight into a net is pretty cool but what happens if someone runs inbehind me and hit me in the mouth? it ain't so cool. kid. >> jimmy: you were a paranoid young man. >> i was aware. i had a self-defense mind. i was aware. where i come from, where i grew up, you had to be aware, defend yourself. that's how i got into it. >> jimmy: were your parents supportive of you becoming a professional fighter? >> you know, irish mothers will support you no matter what you do. my father always jokes that i could be doing anything and my mother would still be my biggest
though? >> my father was unaware of what the game was, what the sport was. before me, there was no irishman that had succeeded in the ufc. i could not look to my mother and father and say, look at this irishman, look at his successful fighting career, there was no one before me. i was the first one. i had to convince them what i was going to do. as far as my father was concerned, it was i was just fighting in a cage, and with no career path, no nothing ahead of me. so it was more worry. but i convinced them. >> jimmy: here we are. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you've the blazed the trail. >> and it's even --. >> jimmy: other young people in ireland see you and say, i want to beat the [ bleep ] out of this guy one day. >> there are many young kids seeing the path now. there are many parents of young kids seeing my path and encurbing their kids into mixed martial arts. whether you put your child into mixed martial arts or whatever,
whatever they want to. whether they want to conquer the fight game, the business game, whatever route they decide to take, training for mixed martial arts will help them. i am happy that i have put mixed martial arts in the spotlight in my country, shown it for what it is, true dedication and a beautiful discipline. >> jimmy: i have heard that you like to. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you spend a lot of money respect you like to buy cars. how many cars do you have? >> i mean, i've got to enjoy it, right? it's only paper. it's only paper. i have a good few cars. i think eight. eight cars right now. >> jimmy: you keep them all in one place? >> yeah, they're all right beside each other. >> jimmy: all right beside each other. >> the next one as clean as the other. so i do enjoy, you know -- i need to stop maybe -- i've been fantasizing about materialistic things. i can't help myself. i do enjoy the materialistic things. >> jimmy: have you considered -- >> i have to be honest with myself.
getting a wild animal? >> mike tyson is the man. heavyweight champ. had a damn tiger. >> jimmy: he used to sleep in bed with the tiger. >> that's insane. i was at my last fight, mike tyson, ufc 189, i hope he's going to be there. i have honestly, truly, have been really giving it serious thought to getting myself an exotic animal and a tiger would be right up there. i need to sit down -- >> jimmy: what are some of the other animals you're thinking about getting? i'd love to help you with this. >> well, you know, an exotic animal dealer? >> jimmy: oh, yes. >> a monkey maybe, a chimpanzee. great. >> a cool chimpanzee whipping around, that would be unbelievable. >> jimmy: it would be great if you could put the chimp in the robe and have it march into the ring with you. >> yeah. it's hollywood. it happens. that can be done, i'm sure. you've got to get yourself -- that's what you should do, when
yourself to a chimpanzee. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'll come back next time with my brand-new chimpanzee. >> jimmy: would you do that? i would love that so much, that would be absolutely great. what about this guy you're fighting? jose? what kind of a name is that? >> i don't know. jose aldo is my opponent's name. he's a man who's ran from me before. the fight is a long time coming. we're almost there. i'm not going to get too excited because it was around this time the last time that he pulled and went running. >> jimmy: he went running. then he got injured? you don't believe that he got injured? >> blah. we do the show, whoops. >> jimmy: you'll fight through injury? >> in this game there are setbacks and injuries and it's an intense game, you get knocks and bruises. i had my own adversity to con conquer but the true greats can conquer adversity, that pushed me on.
my adversity, he did not. he went home. >> jimmy: i think you guys will work it out between yourselves. and the then you get a chimpanzee. >> the life of a world champion. >> jimmy: it's very good to have you here, i wish you a lot of luck and health in the ring as well, in the octagon. ufc 194, saturday, december 12th, las vegas, on pay per view. conor mcgregor. we'll be right back with g-eazy! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder
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[ cheers and applause ] woo ooh it's just me myself and i solo ride until i die cause i got me for life woo ooh i don't need a hand to hold i got that fire in my soul uh and as far as i could see i just need privacy plus a whole lotta tree all this modesty i just need space to do me give the world what they're tryna see a stella maxwell right beside of me a ferrari i'm buying three a closet of saint laurent get what i want when i want cause this hunger is driving me yeah i just need to be alone i just need to be at home i'm speaking on if time is money i need a loan but regardless i'll always keep keepin on
we don't take l's we just make m's while y'all follow we just make trends i'm right back to work when that break ends woo ooh it's just me myself and i solo ride until i die cause i got me for life got me for life woo ooh i don't need a hand to hold even when the night is cold i got that fire in my soul i don't need anything to get me through the night except the beat that's in my heart and it's keeping me alive i don't need anything to make me satisfied cause the music fills me good and it gets me every time and i don't like talking to strangers so get the -- off me i'm anxious i'm tryna be cool but i may just go ape -- say -- y'all to all of y'all faces it changes tho' now that i'm famous everyone knows how this lifestyle is dangerous but i love it the rush is amazing celebrate nightly n everyone rages i found how to cope with my angers i'm swimming in money
my liver is muddy but it's all good i'm still sipping the bubbly this is lovely this -- ain't random i didn't get lucky made it right here cuz i'm sick wid it cuddy they all take the money for granted but don't wanna work for it tell me now isn't it funny woo ooh it's just me myself and i solo ride until i die cause i got me for life woo ooh i don't need a hand to hold even when the night is cold i got that fire in my soul i don't need anything to get me through the night except the beat that's in my heart and it's keeping me alive i don't need anything to make me satisfied cause the music fills me good and it gets me every time like ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba ba-ba ba-ba ba ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba ' cause the music fills me good and it gets me every time
lonely nights i laid awake pray the lord my soul to take my hearts become too cold to break know i'm great but i'm broke as hell havin dreams of unfolding cake all my life i've been told to wait but ima get it now yeah it's no debate woo ooh it's just me myself and i solo ride until i die cause i got me for life woo ooh i don't need a hand to hold even when the night is cold i got that fire in my soul to get me through the night except the beat that's in my heart and it's keeping me alive
i don't need anything cause the music fills me good and it gets me every time
ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba ba-ba ba-ba ba ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba-ba ba cause the music fills me good and it gets me every time [ cheers and applause ] this the anthem told the world i need everything and some two girls that's a
tandem she gon' do it all for me when them bands come got it all yeah i'm young rich and i'm handsome this is not random everybody ain't got it understand son jimmy kimmel this is not random it's my world and i do what i like to i know she gon be ready when i slide through if you forgot i got it i'll remind you cuz i got what you got i'm talkin times two