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musical guest, jack white, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 530! chico! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ?? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much! welcome, everybody! welcome! welcome! thank you for being here! thank you for watching! welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. this is it! [ cheers and applause ] we're here! we made it.
welcome. it's a great show tonight. let's get to what people are talking about. guys, it is fashion week here in new york city. can you feel the energy? can you feel the -- [ cheers and applause ] excitement? it is fashion week, and i saw that during one interview, kendall jenner made the comment that hillary clinton might look good in a jumpsuit. [ light laughter ] and hillary said, "well, hopefully they never find those e-mails, or it's going to be an orange jumpsuit." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: hey! >> jimmy: lights out! lights out! actually, yesterday hillary said that the media coverage of her campaign is frustrating, and that donald trump's campaign is being treated more favorably than hers. then cnn said, "shh, trump's about to tweet something." [ laughter and applause ] "what were you saying?" get this now. now there's a conspiracy theory making the rounds online that hillary clinton was being fed answers through an earpiece
[ light laughter ] hillary said, "i promise you it wasn't an earpiece or my name isn't -- hillary -- hillary -- [ laughter ] clinton. hillary clinton." lights out! meanwhile, trump was under fire this week for saying he was against the iraq war, even though he seemed to say the exact opposite a decade ago. a reporter tried to confront him about it yesterday, and i don't think he got the answer he was hoping for. check this video out. >> days after the invasion actually happened in 2 2003 -- march of 2003, you said that it looked like a a tremendous success from a a military standpoint? do you still stand by those comments? >> you know what that meant. [ laughter ] >> what did that mean? what did that mean, mr. trump? >> jimmy: "you know what it meant." [ laughter and applause ] that's fantastic.
first preview of trump at the first debate. he's like, "you asked the question. you answer it." [ laughter ] you ask all these questions. you should know the answer. you know what it meant." that's why i asked you. i didn't know what it meant. [ light laughter ] fantastic. as i mentioned earlier, we're in the middle of fashion week. of course, fashion week always brings tons of glamorous models and designers to the city with all the latest fashions. but we thought it'd be fun to send our writer, josh, out into the streets to talk to a group of people who aren't always known for having great fashion -- dads. [ laughter ] ask them about their outfits, in a segment we call "fashion week: dad edition." take a look. ? fashion week dad edition yeah ? >> we're here for fashion week. you know it's fashion week. i know that's why you came out today. so, explain to me what you're
>> well, let's see, i'm wearing basically a baseball cap just to cover this head. >> so, explain to me, when you look at fashion, who are your icons? who do you look up to? >> oh, that's a hard one -- to my wife. what she tells me i like, that's what i like. [ light laughter ] >> when you got dressed this morning, were you thinking in your head, "this is the sexiest david that's coming out today, this is the david that i always wanted to be?" >> uh, no. i don't think that entered my mind. [ laughter ] >> so, explain the socks to me, the height of the socks specifically. >> the height, basically, is just that they're gym socks. [ laughter ] >> so, you feel the length of the, of the socks matches the length of the shorts, like they're reaching for each other? [ light laughter ] >> absolutely. >> are those both watches somehow? >> one watch, and this is how far i walked today, you know, because i got to keep in shape. >> can you give me a quick, like, catwalk? ?? [ laughter ] oh, that is fantastic. can you do a quick turnaround for us?
yes, please do, please do. all right, either way. ah, that's dad dope. would you mind doing, like, a a dad dab with me. ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: dad dope. good job, josh. did you guys see this? during last night's game between the broncos and the panthers, quarterback cam newton was spotted on the bench flossingis and weirdly, that was the moment dudes were like, "i could never make it in the nfl." [ laughter and applause ] i just hate flossing. can't do it." some big international news, guys. this morning, north korea claimed it successfully tested its fifth and most powerful nuclear warhead. kim jong-un called the test a a "major triumph," then asked how long it takes eyebrows to grow back. [ laughter and applause ] "i was just a little close."
vladimir putin told bloomberg's "business week" that russia never interfered with a u.s. election and doesn't plan to. he said, "trust me, it was hard enough rigging 'the bachelorette'." i mean that was" -- [ laughter and applause ] you think chad was -- chad was an accident? oh, no." finally, i want to say happy birthday to our pal, adam sandler, who turns 50 years old today! [ cheers and applause ] we love you, adam! adam sandler. yeah, he hadre he had a great, great, party, except for when his friends had to wait an hour for him to blow out his candles -- [ sandler gibberish ] [ laughter and applause ] we have a great show. happy birthday, adam! give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ??
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what! i mean, what! that's fantastic! oh, my goodness! that was fantastic! guys, that is grammy award-winning musician and eurythmics co-founder dave stewart and his new duo, stewart lindsey! [ cheers and applause ] fantastic! that was awesome. their any album, "spitballin'",
birthday. happy birthday, dave! [ cheers and applause ] ?? happy birthday, pal! stewart lindsey right there. oh, man. guys, come back again next week. on monday, renee zellweger will be here, and -- [ cheers and applause ] we're going to face-off in a a heavyweight wrestling match. >> steve: oh. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: it's going down. yeah, monday. plus, officially as of today -- is this right, for shaq? i think it was announced today. today it's official. shaquille o'neal! [ cheers and applause ] congratulations, shaq! he's going to be on the show monday. and we have music from eric church and then later next week -- [ cheers and applause ] yeah. i love eric church. then, later on in the week, shailene woodley, kevin james, jason aldeen, and bon iver will all be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] and on friday -- friday -- friday, we have a very special show.
and we asked her if she would ever want to take over the show, and she said, yeah. [ light laughter ] so miley cyrus is going to take over "the tonight show" next friday. and it's gonna be fun. [ cheers and applause ] we're doing sketches, singing, whatever she wants to do. it's going to be really fun. but first, you guys, we have a a fantastic show tonight. he's such a talented actor. we love it when he stops by. i wish he could stay here and just talk to us for hours, 'cause he's got the best stories. i love him. he's from nbc's hit show "the blacklist." james spader is here tonight! >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: plus, she stars in the new nbc drama that everybody's talking about. i think it got, like, 65 million hits, the trailer, on facebook, which is like -- it broke all sorts of records for nbc. mandy moore is dropping in. [ cheers and applause ] the show is "this is us." >> steve: whoa! >> jimmy: that's going to be a a hit, man. "this is us." it is. and we got music. boy, do we go music tonight! are you guys excited about this? [ cheers and applause ]
grammy award-winner jack white will be here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] ah, this will be jack's first completely solo acoustic performance on tv. that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause ] he just knows how do it. we're going to talk to jack about that, and he's going to close the show performing "love is the truth," and "you've got her in your pocket." that's going to be tonight. yeah. i can't wait. [ cheers ] guys, today's friday, and that's usually when i catch up with some personal stuff. i check my inbox, i return some e-mails and, of course, i send out thank you notes. and i was just wondering -- i was running a bit behind today. so, i thought if you guys wouldn't mind, i would just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that okay? [ cheers and applause ] thank you. you guys are the best. thank you guys, so much. james, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? ?? [ light laughter ]
[ cheers ] >> steve: he looks super happy. >> jimmy: he's in like a a party -- like a party mood. yeah. [ laughter ] >> steve: he is cute. ?? >> jimmy: thank you, president obama, for holding a a music festival at the white house next month called south by south lawn. which is much better than the original name -- obama-roo. [ laughter ] i like obama-roo. >> steve: not bad. >> jimmy: i've been to, like, five in a row. >> steve: you've been to five obama-roo's. obama-roo's, man! [ light laughter ] >> steve: obama-stock. >> jimmy: i was there for the first one, man. i'll be there for the last one. ?? thank you, fantasy football, for giving out-of-shape old guys a chance to manage their own football team. [ light laughter ] and thank you, the nfl, for giving out-of-shape old guys a a chance to manage their own football team. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oh! hey!
>> jimmy: thank you, designers of the new iphone without a a headphone jack. you're probably giggling each time tim cook said he wanted the jack off. [ laughter and applause ] "for the last time, i want the jack off!" "what's that you want?" >> steve: "what's that? you want to listen to the strokes?" [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: "look, i want the jack off, and i want it now!" [ light laughter ] >> steve: hands free. [ light laughter ] ?? >> jimmy: thank you, kim jong-un, for banning sarcasm. great idea. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: real smooth. >> steve: good job, einstein. >> jimmy: real cool, buddy. ?? thank you, nbc, for announcing a new drama about boy bands from the creator of
which hopefully gives someone the chance to use the line, "looks like the victim said, 'bye, bye, bye.'" [ cheers and applause ] ?? thank you, sully, for being a a great movie to watch in the theater and a horrible movie to watch on an airplane. [ light laughter ] >> steve: hey! >> jimmy: terrible. ?? thank you, statues, for honoring history's most important men and women by letting birds poop on them. [ laughter and applause ] there you are, everybody. those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with james spader! [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: our first guest is a a three-time emmy award-winning actor who's show "the blacklist" returns for a fourth season thursday september 22nd at 10pm right here on nbc. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome james spader! [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. that's what -- [ cheers and applause ] thank you for coming back, buddy! we love you. everything great? >> my pleasure. >> jimmy: you look great. looking sharp. >> how are you doing? >> jimmy: i'm great. i can't complain at all. i'm so happy you're here on tonight because we -- i know you love music. we have great music tonight. >> you have great music tonight. >> jimmy: i mean not only stewart lindsey but we have jack white as well. >> jack white.
well. she can sing as well. yeah. but you're a big, i know a big vinyl guy. >> yeah. i really want to take you to the jazz record store here in manhattan. i was just there recently. >> jimmy: which one? >> jazz record center. great, great store. >> jimmy: good name. yeah. [ laughter ] i don't know how they come up with that name? >> you've been there and bought stuff up there. yeah. we asked our buddy jack to help us out. >> oh, wow. great. >> jimmy: he gave you a thing. here it is. this is from jack white. this is for you. [ cheers and applause ] to james spader from jack white. this is the record and it's st >> yeah, great, fantastic. >> jimmy: i mean this guy doesn't fool around. >> he's been incredible influential also with record store day and he always does a a release on record store day. >> jimmy: good for you. >> that's really sweet. >> jimmy: please, yeah, i know. i know you like that. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he does all that stuff. i thought about you. i always think about you when it comes to music, but also last time you were here we talked about jfk jr. and how you guys were friends. you went to school together and i just -- >> wait, wait, wait.
should go see cecile salvant. you know cecile? >> jimmy: no? >> of mclorin salvant, fantastic jazz singer this woman is just the greatest and she's playing this weekend, she's singing this weekend. you should go see her. let me do another one. >> jimmy: that was good. because that would have been stuck in your brain. we were over that story, like, five minutes ago. but we'll go back. >> i know, i know. >> jimmy: cecile. >> cecile mclorin salvant. >> jimmy: cecile. >> cecile. >> jimmy: salvant. >> salvant. >> jimmy: salvant. >> mclorin salvant. >> mclorin salvant. >> jimmy: cecile mclorin salvant. all right. i will check that out. >> this weekend. >> jimmy: oh, it's this weekend? >> this weekend. >> jimmy: i got move some things around but i'll make it work. [ light laughter ] i'll make it work. jfk jr. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i saw this documentary that's great. it's on apple tv. >> i haven't seen it. >> jimmy: oh, it's so good. what a cool dude. just seemed like the most fun human which i think that you are the most fun human but you talked about getting in trouble, in this documentary,
caused. and like he one time he poured glue down the mail shoot of his apartment building. >> what a complete pain in the ass. >> jimmy: that is a total pain in the ass. how do you even start cleaning that up? it's like, ugh. >> also, can i tell you he lived on the 15th floor. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think it's sounds believable. you'd have to rip the whole apartment down. >> his mom, she just spent her days like this. >> jimmy: i was just thinking, so fun. do you have any stories that you remember where you guys just got in trouble or where you caused trouble witm, >> well, not many that i could convey here, but -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> but when we first met, i think of the first year that we met, we were at school together. it was a boarding school. i was a day student at the school. he was a boarding student, and he was still at that time, i guess he was 16 or 17, something like that. but, anyway, ex-presidents children, they still have secret service until they're 18. >> jimmy: oh. >> and so he at that time still
had picked a room for him on campus. he had a roommate. they each had their bedrooms and then there was a common room, and that room was such so that it had a big window in the living room, the common room area, and it was right, looked down over a parking lot and just at the other side of the parking lot, or along the side of the parking lot was this building where in the basement of it was sort of, secret service headquarters on campus. like the guys hung t you know? they had to keep a fairly low profile on campus. anyway, they'd hang out because they had a perfect view of john's window and everything. so shady, hawthorne and i used to, like, sneak up to the door of john's room, and just like crack it open a little bit. and he'd be in the common room and shady and i would like, run in and like dive on him. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and then time it. >> we'd be like below the window. [ laughter ] and held for like you know ten
something, and we'd pop up look out the window. the guys would be -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i love that. [ cheers and applause ] ah, that's good. [ laughter ] thank you. thank you. >> and you know, and then we'd look out the window like >> jimmy: hi! >> they must of thought, oh, my god. >> jimmy: yeah, what idiots. >> yeah a nightmare these guys are. >> jimmy: yeah. i love your troublemaker stories. congrats on "the blacklist" now it is moving to 10:00 p.m. september 22nd is when it premieres and it kicks off right where it left off in season three. which is, by the way, that season is fully action-packed. >> i'm telling you, it is crazy. >> jimmy: there's more explosions than i've ever seen. it was like movies. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it was unbelievable. so not much you'd want to say about this because you don't want to spoil anything, but -- is there a setup for this clip? >> it's just i play a character named raymond reddington and it's a little scene between he and the blacklister that week. there you go.
blacklist" take a look at this. >> gentlemen, mind if i join you? >> yeah. we do. >> raymond reddington. [ laughter ] >> raymond reddington? concierge of crime? man in the hat? spy who stayed out in the cold. >> haven't heard that last one. never read the le carre novel. dembe, we should see if we can get the audio book on cassette for the car. now, about that sample. >> screw you. >> you were saying? >> jimmy: exactly. james spader, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "the blacklist" season premieres thursday september 22nd at 10:00 p.m. mandy moore joins us next, stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ?? this one's got detachable keys
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a very talented singer and actress. you can see her in the new show "this is us," which premieres tuesday, september 20th at 10:00 p.m., right here on nbc. everyone, please welcome mandy moore! [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> hi! >> jimmy: hi! >> hi! >> jimmy: welcome to the show. >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for coming on the show. congrats on the show. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: the buzz is insane. i want to get to talking about this but first i want to talk about you for a second because this is a cool story of how you kind of got discovered as a a singer. >> sure. yes. >> jimmy: mom, i would say, takes credit for -- >> yes.
going to an orlando magic game when i was like 12 and i saw a a little girl my age sing which gave me the idea that perhaps i could do the same thing. >> jimmy: yeah, every girl gets to sing for >> i was like i had no idea that people my age could do that so i submitted an audition tape and with that my mom brought a plate of cookies and i think that's what sealed the deal for me. >> jimmy: what kind of cookies were they? >> i think they were the peanut butter cookies with like the hershey kiss in them. >> jimmy: that's really good. >> that always does the job that's the ticket. >> jimmy: my mom would make cookies and just put a dent in them with her thumb and then not fill that hole. that would just be, you just have to imagine a hershey kiss. something belongs in there. my mom must have forgot that part of the recipe. they call it a thumbprint cookie. there you go. so then -- they were great, mom. they were great. going to kill me. so that happened. so she went around so then you ended up singing the national anthem?
national anthem girl around town. i sang for the arena football team, the ice hockey team, the roller hockey team. >> jimmy: you had that gig? >> i had that gig a lot. >> jimmy: lots like who's that little girl. what you doing? come over here you want to sing the national anthem? >> i'd like go out with my pitch pipe, i had my american flag hair bow it was so nerdy. but i loved it so much. >> jimmy: how old were you ? how old? >> 12, 13. >> jimmy: that's it. >> yep. >> jimmy: and then so you do that and someone hears you singing and go, do you have a a deal? >> these two gentleman heard me sing and said, hyo been in a recording studio before? we have some original songs we have written if you want to come and record them to eventually send off as a demo tape we'd love to have you. and i was like, okay. i mean looking back, it could have been such a shady situation. >> jimmy: oh yea, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> but my parents were there. we all rolled with it. and i was recording in the studio a couple weeks later and a man who worked for fedex heard me sing and somehow some convoluted thing, he had a a friend of a friend of a a friend of a friend who knew an a and r guy here in new york
like, up the chain knew somebody. >> jimmy: this is the greatest story. i love this. >> i sent the guy my demo somehow he heard something he liked. >> jimmy: he probably over-nighted it. because he probably gets it for free. >> for free. >> jimmy: the one thing he can do. he's like, you'll get it tomorrow. trust me. make a right turn. >> and the guy heard something he liked and flew down to orlando and i sang live for him and then i signed a record deal at 15. >> jimmy: isn't that the best story? >> it's crazy. [ rs >> jimmy: from the national anthem to signing with a record company. and you have sung the national anthem since? like do you do that anymore? >> i have not. i think i retired. >> jimmy: no? >> yeah. like at 14, i feel like a a tennis tournament that was my last. >> jimmy: no! [ audience oohs ] >> you guys -- >> jimmy: can't you just give us home of the brave? can't you just give us -- ? and the home of brave ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i want to see that.
>> i'm sure it's on youtube somewhere. >> jimmy: alright good, i want to see that. let's talk about this is, this is working at nbc we hear of what gets all the buzz and this is like, shattered records. 64 million hits on facebook of just the trailer. i think people want a good drama. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i think people will go yeah i want to see something i can cry and laugh and fall in love and that's what this trailer has to offer. >> yes. and that's what the show has to offer. i'm so excited about it. i'm so proud of it. it's such a special m a show and like you said, it's like a little bit of laughing, a little bit of crying, and everything in between. it's really super heartfelt. >> jimmy: if you liked "parenthood" or "30-something" it's kind of you'll enjoy this. >> in that name. >> jimmy: but it's five people and the last minute of the show is what i tell people. >> yes. >> jimmy: you have to watch the last minute. >> you have to. >> jimmy: i can't tell you, but five people are somehow connected. >> yes, they all share the same birthday and perhaps there's more of a connection there as well. >> jimmy: the last minute of the show you go --
>> jimmy: yeah and sterling k. brown, i must say, he played darden on the "people versus o.j. simpson." he is unbelievable in that emmy nominated. i was like, who is this guy? he's fantastic. he's on the show as well. >> he's on our show as well. we're so lucky. he's fabulous. >> jimmy: i cannot wait to see this. i want to show everyone a clip, i just had to give him a a special shout out because, man. >> we love you sterling. >> jimmy: yeah, he's great. i want to show everyone a clip. here's mandy moore in "this is us." >> there you go. there you go. almo d there you go. hey, there you go. >> oh, baby. i'm sorry for anything i'm going to say in the next two hours, i mean none of it. >> you're going to mean some of it. >> very well all of it. >> fair enough. >> i'm almost glad snyder's appendix burst, unlike you two. >> at some time, you here, i thought we might have conversation now before things get more intense. >> that sounds nice. you said you have grandchildren. >> it's not that kind of conversation.
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>> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. jack white. thank you for coming back to see us. >> thank you. >> jimmy: acoustic recordings is available right now. 1998 to 2016. i want ask you all about this record. first of all, what are your favorite acoustic albums? 'cause you've never done it. do you have like -- nebraska is usually on every ones list, bruce springsteen. >> national skyline, bob dylan. >> jimmy: bob dylan. that's a good jam. yeah, yeah, yeah. a anything blind willie johnson. >> jimmy: oh man. loren got me a box set that you made on your record company. >> yeah, paramount box set. yeah. >> jimmy: it's a box set of all unbelievable recordings not only does the box set it actually comes in a wooden box. >> yeah. >> jimmy: which is genius that you do. i have a photo of it. you can see it here. the vinyl looks like wood. do you see that? >> we made that -- we made that burled chestnut vinyl -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, it's
it's just so so gorgeous, i eat dinner off it. that's what we do. we sit around the table. yeah, yeah. how's your mom doing, by the way? >> she's doing good. thanks for asking. >> jimmy: she always comes she came by the show a couple times. >> yeah, she loves you. she'll be happy you said that. you know what's very funny, i have to tell you this because on the plane ride over the stewardess came over as we were landing in new york and she said, so what are you doing in town? are you a musician or something? i said, sometimes. [ laughter ] she said well, what are you going to do in new york? i wander around the streets for a a while. well you know, what you should do if you have a chance you should try to get tickets to jimmy fallon. [ cheers and applause ] so -- >> jimmy: really? [ cheers and applause ] she said that? >> and i told her you know what? that's a good idea. i'm going to try make, see if i can get in there. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, i love her. >> if you're watching, i made it. i'm in. >> jimmy: hey, you got in! [ cheers and applause ]
i'm sure you, you know, producing it all and you probably don't listen to your own records. but doing all this, it's 1998 through 2016. does every song go, yeah, i remember where i was. i remember where i was when i did that. i mean times have changed. you've gotten more popular. has your guitar changed? have you gone from a cheap guitar to a very expensive acoustic guitar? like what do you play now and then what did you use to play? >> this guitar here, i'll play it tonight but really a a beautiful thing i ck it's from the army/navy special. they made in world war i for soldiers they have on army bases and in trenches. but by time they finished making the guitar, the war was over. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a bummer. >> american ingenuity. >> jimmy: yeah, we're changing the name to the television guitar or whatever they were inventing at the time. [ laughter ] >> but it sounds beautiful. >> jimmy: i play -- when i play, when i come up with the comedy songs which are great songs. like, these are great songs but
ever heard of those? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: it's like -- it's an acoustic but the neck is electric. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's like a thin -- and it's just so easy and fun to play. >> it's a beginner's guitar for children. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: good night, everybody! here he is. jack white. he knows how to do it. >> i tried to hold back. [ laughter ] i really like your song writing and i always have. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: my songwriting. yeah. thank you. say you get an idea for a song in your head in the middle of the night. do you get up and record it on your iphone do you have a a a sound booth in your bedroom? don't get too specific but yeah. it's a different album all together. >> i've done that only a couple times but i play it, i'll get up and try to play it on the guitar or piano nearby. so i'm not too groggy to do that. but if i don't remember it later on after breakfast, then, it's not worth remembering i
>> jimmy: really? so there might have been some jack white songs you go >> there's tons that just disappeared. >> jimmy: maybe it's a good thing. >> i think if they were good they would have stuck around in my head. >> jimmy: what are you doing for tonight? do you know? >> i thought we were just, just here to talk. i didn't -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: come on! you're doing "you've got her in your pocket." >> i want to play with the roots is what i want to do. >> jimmy: no, no. [ cheers and applause ] stewart lindsey they're already doing it right. they're playing with the roots. that's next time you can play with the roots. you're doing "love is the truth," which is a song -- i don't know that song. >> it was written with a piece of a japanese artist, nody noda did. it was a beautiful piece they put together and it was with coca-cola, and they asked me to write music to the piece that she had made, and i thought it was sort of a moment that could reach maybe a huge audience across the world, but coca-cola ended up not liking the commercial and only played it one time. [ laughter ]
>> i really liked writing for her visual that she did but >> jimmy: well, we're going to hear it tonight and congrats on the record and i just love what you're doing and we all love that you're here and that you're doing our show, and that you're performing for us. [ cheers and applause ] jack white performs for us after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ?? ? and they're off! well, that took a turn. what's the speed limit in here? dad! should we tell them there are more? they'll figure it out, eventually. scalpel.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: get ready for this. the album is "acoustic recordings." performing ""love is the truth", and "you've got herin your pocket." once again, jack white. [ cheers and applause ] ?? ? one thing you'll learn you can bet is that love is as good as it gets ? ? and you'll get more if you give it you can say that
you don't really care but you'll do better to live it ? ? it's the right thing to do and you know it and it's inside of you ? ? so just show it love is the truth ba baba ba ba and it's inside of you ? ? ba baba ba ba it's the right thing to do in the arms of a mother and father ? ? in the eyes of a son and a daughter it's there if you want it oh oh oh oh ? ? in the water the sun passes through in the air that is all around you ? ? it's everywhere you just have to care it's the right thing to do and you know it ? ? and it's inside of you so just show it
? nobody ever told you that it was the wrong way to trick a woman make her feel she did it her way ? ? and you'll be there if she ever feels blue and you'll be there when she finds someone new ? ? what to do well you know you keep her in your pocket ? ? where there's no way out now put it in a safe a lock it ? ? 'cause it's home sweet home ?
? the smile on your face made her think she had the right one ? ? then she thought she was sure by the way you two could have fun ? ? but now she might leave like she's threatened before grab hold of her fast ? ? before her feet leave the floor and she's out the door ? ? 'cause you want to keep her in your pocket where there's no way out now ? ? put it in a safe a lock it 'cause it's
? and in your own mind you know you're lucky just to know her ? ? and in the beginning all you wanted was to show her ? ? but now you're scared you think she's running away you search i something clever to say ? ? don't go away 'cause i want to keep you in my pocket ? ? where there's no way out now put it in a safe a lock it ? ? 'cause it's home sweet home home sweet home ?
?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to james spader, mandy moore, [ cheers and applause ] stewart lindsey right there, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots from philadelphia. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. i hope to see you next week. bye-bye, everybody! [ cheers and applause ]
>> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- taran killam and bobby moynihan. animal expert, corbin maxey. and "seth and the first lady go to howard university." featuring the b nate morton. ?? [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that's great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. "the new york times" published an op-ed today that cites anecdotes from donald trump's childhood and argues that even as a child he personified privledge and entitlement.