tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC March 6, 2015 11:35pm-12:38am PST
>> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. i love your enthusiasm. we have a -- we have a very good show for you tonight. elizabeth henstridge, sam hunt, and the always wonderful will smith is here with us. [ cheers and applause ] will will definitely not remember this story but i was at a lakers game probably in like 1998. and at the time i was hosting a game show on comedy central called "win ben stein's money" cohosting. i didn't get recognized very much, maybe like once a week. nobody knew who i was. my friend brought a game, his seats under the basket, ten rows up. will smith is courtside in the middle. a half hour before the game started he was there with a friend. he stood up and waved in our direction. and i just sat there. he kept waving. until i finally said to byron, do you know will smith?
and he said, no. so i look behind me to see who he's waving at. when i look back, he and his friend are laughing. and they're waving and laughing. and like, who the hell are they waving at? and i turned back and they are dying laughing. and i'm embarrassed to do it but i go, me? and they're like, yeah, you! oh. hi. and they cracked up again. and that was the end of it because i wasn't allowed to go in their section. [ laughter ] you see, the stars really are just like us. will will be here and we'll get a little close they are time around. you hear what the waffle house is doing? the waffle house is teaming up with an app called roadie to create a new delivery service where you can get anything you want dropped off at a waffle house. so say you need something delivered, use the app and connect with a driver and they drop your package off at the nearest waffle house restaurant.
where it will be covered in syrup and given to you, i guess, i don't know. the founder of roadie said he decided to partner with waffle house because if you "live in the south you can't throw a dead cat without hitting one." which sounds like -- exactly the sort of person i would want around food. but there are a lot of waffle house restaurants. 1750 of them in 25 states. the cost for delivery will range between $8 and $200. and they'll get to it you when there's a driver headed in that direction, or if you need faster service, you can send it panda express. either way. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i like that, though. it's a good way to get two things done at once. maybe kentucky fried chicken will start doing laundry. toss it in the empty bucket and bring it back. [ applause ] in japan, this is interesting. they've created a new robot that's designed specifically to help care for the elderly. the idea of nursing homes can be scary for senior citizens. hopefully that will change thanks to this giant robot
monster with a teddy bear head. called ro-bear, it's designed to lift people in and out of bed and take them to a country jamboree. seems weird but the demonstration video released looks like they're on to something. >> ro-bear is a human-assist robot designed to assist in a friendly way. ro-bears are present to touch. when ro-bear engages do not do this. ro-bear makes sex with you. ro-bear. fun. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wait till people get ahold of that for valentine's day. some good news for kids and bad news for parents. according to a new poll, they call the tooth fairy poll, the value of baby teeth is skyrocketing. last year in 2014, parents paid
an average of $4.36 per lost tooth, which is up 25% from the year previous. in the united states, the tooth fairy left a total of $255 million last year. the vikings believed that children's teeth had magic powers that would help them fight in battle. which explains why there are no more vikings. when you think about it, the tooth fairy is definitely the creepiest lie we tell our kids, right? i doubt many people know this. the tooth fairy's long-term plan is to collect enough teeth to make a dress for lady gaga. [ laughter ] [ applause ] that's true. on may 2nd in las vegas the fight of the decade, floyd mayweather versus manny pacquiao. [ cheers and applause ] a long time coming. if you want to be there to see it live it's going to cost a lot. they say the fight, which takes place at the mgm grand, will break all pay per view and attendance records.
tickets are expected to start at $1,000 for the worst seat. it's estimated a child would have to lose around 230 baby teeth to afford a ticket to this fight. some ticket brokers are pricing floor seats at over $22,000. which is a lot of money to pay to watch a fight through the iphone the person recording it in front of you will be holding up. i would say i'm just glad -- manny pacquiao has been here many times. i'm glad too see him and floyd putting aside their differences to fight. a beautiful thing, isn't it? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] lindsay lohan is in a bit of legal trouble. i know, i couldn't believe it either. [ laughter ] a judge today threw out more than half of the community service hours she claimed to have completed and tacked an additional 125 hours on top of that. because she tried to get credit for a play she did in london. and for meet and greets she did after the show which is crazy. she was being paid to do the play but she wanted those hours counted against her community
service. her lawyers claims because she gave free tickets to underprivileged people her time onstage was community service. see, i would count every hour she isn't driving as a service. to the community. [ cheers and applause ] i wonder if she'd get credit for community service if she did a play about a woman who had to do community service. anyway, if you're interested, here's how you could pitch in to help. >> your favorite celebrity is forced into community service. and there is nothing you can do about it. until now. introducing "celeb-u-serve" the new site where you can do community service hours for your favorite famous person. click your celebrity, see how many hours they owe, get to work. >> i'm picking up trash for lindsay lohan. >> i tutor kids for wesley snipes. >> i'm cleaning toilets for chris brown.
>> as thanks you'll receive an official mug shot mug from your celebrity, signed by their personal assistant. celeb-u-serve. from the developers of celeb-u-hab. where you can do rehab for the stars. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: every era has its own lindsay lohan. when i was a kid we had dana plato from "different strokes." before that there was mackenzie phillips, tatum o'neal. the characters are different but it's the same thing as the years go on. we came up with a game to have fun with that idea. it's time to play it. it's called "generation gap." and my cousin sal is on hollywood boulevard. hello. cousin sal? >> sal: hello, cousin jimmy, what's happening? >> jimmy: introduce us to our contestants tonight. >> sal: tonight we have katy and jared and this lovely young lady. >> jimmy: hi, katy, how are you?
>> i'm well, thank you. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> i'm from the desert, victorville. >> jimmy: if you don't mind how old a woman are you? >> i was 92 this month. >> jimmy: wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you seem very spry. let's go to your opponent now. his name is jared. jared, where are you from and how old are you? >> i live here in hollywood. i'm 15. >> jimmy: all right. that's perfect. this is why we call it "generation gap" because there is a gap between them. here's how it works. i will ask a question about something from your opponent's generation. you have to answer it. and whoever answers more wins, okay? you ready? >> ready. >> jimmy: our first question is for katy. which group is made up of harry, niles, zane, louis, and liam? >> oh -- um -- >> jimmy: which group. >> one direction. >> jimmy: wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> is that it? >> jimmy: that's absolutely right. >> i didn't know that.
>> jimmy: that's unbelievable. how do you know that, katy? >> that's my secret. >> jimmy: oh, all right. [ laughter ] let's go to your opponent jared. jared, which group is made up of larry, mo, and curly? >> the three stooges. >> jimmy: that is absolutely right. very well done, jared. all right, jared. the next question is for you. what does vcr stand for? >> video -- camera -- >> jimmy: no. well, let's go to katy. do you know what vcr stands for? >> vcr. i should know this. victory -- no -- it has something to do with tvs. >> sal: she's right, that is true. >> it has to do with the -- the television. >> jimmy: yes. that is correct. just give her the point. close enough.
all right, the next question is for jared. jared, what famous singer wore these shoes? the shoes are on the screen. >> that -- that's -- >> jimmy: do you know what kind of shoes those are? >> can i have a clue? >> jimmy: they're blue suede shoes. >> what genre was the singer? >> jimmy: rock 'n' roll. >> what decade? >> jimmy: the '50s. and the '60s and '70s as well. >> okay. elvis? >> jimmy: elvis is absolutely right. pretty good. we got there eventually. all right, katy. what famous singer wore these shoes? >> oh, lady gaga? [ cheers and applause ] >> no? >> jimmy: what is going on?
katy, how did you know that one? >> again -- >> jimmy: wow, this is unbelievable. all right. the next question is for jared. jared, name one of the golden girls. >> betty white. >> jimmy: that's absolutely -- that's one of the actors that plays a golden girl. katy -- >> sal: can i talk to jared? >> please. >> sal: stop trying. everyone's rooting for katy to win. okay, i think we're good now. >> jimmy: that's a very good point, jared. sometimes you win by losing, you know what i'm saying? katy, name one of hbo's girls. "girls" on hbo. >> on hbo. oh. >> jimmy: the show "girls." >> "girls." >> jimmy: look at that guy. >> hbo. >> jimmy: do you know that show, katy? >> i'm trying to -- yes, it's coming in but it's coming slowly.
hbo. there's a blank, i'm sorry. >> jimmy: okay, that's all right. well, we would have accepted hannah, jess, shauna, marney. >> oh, no. >> jimmy: but we have plenty more questions. next is for jared. jared, who is this actor? >> oh, he's a cowboy. he'sn -- [ laughter ] >> he's in "true grit." >> jimmy: yeah, wow. >> that old guy that made a new album. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not old anymore. >> jeff bridges? yeah. no, no, no -- john wayne. john wayne. >> jimmy: john wayne. that is absolutely right, yes. katy, who is this rapper? >> oh, my. jumping john or something? i don't know. >> jimmy: what did you say?
>> i said jumping john. >> jimmy: well, that is lil wayne. lil wayne, yes. next question, jared, what is a telegram? >> oh. can i have a clue? >> jimmy: no, you cannot. >> it's an old tv? >> jimmy: it is not an old tv. katy, the question goes to you, what is a telegram? >> a telegram is a wire that is sent from one -- using shortwave. >> jimmy: yes, that is exactly right. very well done. we have one more question. katy, name this dog. >> that's snoop dogg. >> jimmy: that's absolutely
right. jared? [ cheers and applause ] jared, you get a chance to tie this. name this dog. >> wonder dog. >> jimmy: oh! >> underdog, underdog! >> jimmy: sorry, jared. katy is the winner. congratulations to katy! [ cheers and applause ] unbelievable katy. we're going to give you -- for winning we're giving you an iphone. and jared, we're giving you a fax machine. thanks for playing "generation gap." we have a good show tonight. music from sam hunt. and we'll be right back with will smith. stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ (spoken in japanese)
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will be here. from "game of thrones" and the new cinderella movie, robb stark himself, richard madden will join us. and we'll have music from liv warfield. please join us tomorrow night. for our first guest, it's all come easy since he's moved up like george and weezy. he is one of the most popular movie stars in the world with a new one called "focus" opening friday. please welcome the artist formerly known as fresh prince, will smith. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how's it going? >> it's good, man. >> jimmy: how are you? very good to see you. [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. >> jimmy: you don't remember that story from the lakers game, do you? >> no, we were looking like,
this joker don't know he's famous. he don't know. >> jimmy: i think i was only famous to you at the time. thank you for making me feel like a real celebrity. hey, you just got back from europe, i hear. >> yes, yes. been traveling. it's been a while. we did a global promotional tour for the movie. it was fun. >> jimmy: was it fun for you? >> traveling is a part of just the reason why i liked coming into the business. we did -- in eastern europe, the one thing -- the movie is called "focus." in eastern europe they kept saying [ bleep ]-us. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what do we do? >> yeah, yeah. i was like, well, maybe one of y'all. not everybody. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: your movies are popular internationally, all around the world.
was it the same in the '80s when your songs came out? parents just don't understand. were they popular around the world? >> that was the fun part for me, the global. i remember i was in australia. with arnold schwarzenegger. >> jimmy: doing what? >> well, i was with arnie. like going to australia with arnie. no, no. i was there for a promotional thing. and he told me about being a movie star. he said, it's not just in america. you want to be famous, it's everywhere in the world. you know. that was actually pretty good. >> jimmy: pretty good, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> i've always loved traveling. one of my greatest experiences, i was with run dmc. during a show. >> jimmy: wow, what year was that? >> it was 1989. >> jimmy: okay. >> whoo.
it was 1989. we were over there and run did something that was one of the most amazing moments in hip-hop i've ever experienced. where they're in the arena, 30,000 japanese b-boys. >> really? okay. >> you know, run says, i want to show you power! let me show you power! he goes out and he takes off his adidas. and he holds his adidas up in the air. and 30,000 japanese b-boys take their adidas off and they all have them on and hold them up in the air. i was like, i want to be able to do that! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's pretty -- that's solid. >> wow! >> jimmy: that's like the best adidas commercial imaginable. >> yeah. that was before, you know, any companies were doing that. he really launched that whole idea of connecting hip-hop with, you know, major brands in that way. >> jimmy: and probably accidentally.
well, he rapped about adidas, all of a sudden it became a thing. >> you wear adidas, you put it in the record, then all of a sudden they make money and don't give you any. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, great. you get free shoes, that's all you get. are you still writing songs? >> i've been thinking about doing some music again. i've been having fun. [ cheers and applause ] you know. so i sat down, because my kids are in music. so i sit down, you know. got my old black and white composition pad, you know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i start writing. my son is like, ooh, what are you doing? i say, i'm going to write some rhymes. he says, no, no, no. it's in the iphone, dad. it's like voice notes and you do it in the iphone. i was like, that's not writing. that's not writing. >> jimmy: that is how it goes now. >> yeah, yeah. everybody does -- i heard drake say that's what drake does, in the iphone. i'm like, no, man.
>> jimmy: got to write it down. >> no, man. you're like, dictating a rhyme. you've got to go here with it. like, this is a special thing that adds to the eloquence of what you're trying to say. do you see the depth of the poetry? >> jimmy: well, yeah. when it's written down. >> when it's written down. >> jimmy: it means a little something more. do you have young rappers and current rappers that say, i'd love to collaborate, do something with you? >> yeah -- nuh -- >> jimmy: no? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm over that for t show. now that you've suggested it. >> jimmy: how old is jaden now? >> jaden is 16. >> jimmy: is he driving now? >> yes. he just got his lerner's permit. >> jimmy: did you teach him how to drive? >> you know, we have the little carts. golf carts. when they were little to learn
on the golf carts. so he already had the sense. but i made a real mistake with my oldest son. he's 22 now. when he got his driver's license, when he was 16, i was like, i'm going to do good parenting with this. alfonso roberto carlton -- from "fresh prince." [ cheers and applause ] >> he'd always done racing. he did the palm beach grand prix. i said, oh, that's what i want to do. i want trey to learn how to drive like a real driver. you know? trey goes, he takes all the lessons, he learns how to catch the cars, the drifts, the slides, they teach him all of that stuff. then i get a cam call from the pastor of the church that he was doing doughnuts in the church parking lot. and i was like, okay. that's it. and this is a lesson to the parents. don't educate your kids. [ laughter ] don't. >> jimmy: will smith, the movie is called "focus." we'll be right back!
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>> he doesn't have cancer, you idiot. >> you guys are really bombing this thing. first of all, wait till she gets my pants off. then you've got to give me a chance to run. that's how you get the money. and never drop the con. you never break. die with the lie. >> why'd you come up here if you're so smart? >> professional curiosity. and i like boobs. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well there you go. will smith. "focus." i really liked this movie. >> thank you. >> jimmy: very entertaining. all the way through. she's terrific in it too. >> she's fantastic. we had the premiere last night. so people are responding to the movie well. >> jimmy: i loved seeing con artists and people that kind of have it figured out. and just the little tricks that they use. did you go to con man college or something? >> yeah, no -- yes, las vegas. right? there's a guy named apollo robins who worked with us. sort of our -- i guess we call him our technical adviser. >> jimmy: i see. >> for the cons.
i went to las vegas. and you know, i was like, how do people get into this? how did this become your line of work? he said, okay. i want you to go into that store. i want you to take a pack of gum and just -- i want you to look right at the guy in the face and i want you, in front of him, to put the gum in your pocket and walk out of the store. and i was like -- i'm too famous for that bull --. i was like, you know. so i went in and i was like -- you know, i'm talking. what you do, the concept is focus. when you're focusing, you know, you lose your attention in the dark areas. that's what we call it, the dark areas. >> jimmy: the dark areas, wow. >> i did it, put it in my pocket. and it is -- it's like jumping out of an airplane. it is the greatest thrill. i guess i'm telling people to steal. [ laughter ] but it is the most insane thrill. so i got it outside and i'm like, look! i stole the gum, i stole the gum!
you know. and i went back inside. hey, man, listen. i wasn't going to take the gum, man. >> jimmy: you backed out at the end. if you'd chewed that gum, how sweet it would have been. >> oh, god, yeah. mm, mm, mm! gum tastes so good when you steal it! >> jimmy: we have a new thing on the show called the wall of america where people video chat in with us on this wall that cisco built for us. let's go to the wall of america right now. we have questions for you. [ cheers and applause ] >> cool. >> jimmy: first question from philadelphia. jeff in philadelphia, what is your question for will smith? there's jeff. >> aahhh! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> that's hilarious. >> rumors that you want to get back into music. are there any former collaborators that you're looking to spark a relationship with?
>> jimmy: that's a really good question. >> yeah, yeah. no, i was -- i was going to call you, man. [ laughter ] yeah. no, remember when i told you backstage? >> jimmy: you did say something about that, yeah. >> remember? >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah, you said bring the jazz back. >> jimmy: yes, right. trying to get jazzy in. >> this is awkward, this is awkward. i was going to call you, man! listen. i was like, after the show i was going to call jeff. >> jimmy: now you don't have to. it's a great thing. thank you, jeff. >> that's very cool, very cool. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the wall of america. go to jimmykimmellive.com to be a part of it. "focus" opens everywhere friday. will smith, everybody. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series presented by at&t. mobilizing your world. okay! let's go
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: still to come, music from sam hunt. a young actress went from a soap opera in her homeland of england to helping america save the world from mutants and spies. "marvel's agents of shield" returns tuesday night at 9:00 here on abc, please welcome elizabeth henstridge. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i know this is a very maybe unmasculine thing to say but i love your dress. >> do you, thanks, i love yours. you and the sparkles -- >> jimmy: i would wear something like that if they made a suit out of it. not all the time. to parties. >> sometimes, yes. >> jimmy: what part of england are you from?
>> sheffield, the north. >> jimmy: i don't know why i ask that, the only part i've been to is london and i don't know where anything is even in the united states. >> i do that all time. >> jimmy: seeps line the polite thing to do, to ask. >> right. then you go, oh! >> jimmy: oh, sheffield! we had a baseball player with that last name. yes, i see. are you from like an acting family? >> no. all my family are doctors. they're medical profession. >> jimmy: so losers, yeah. >> losers, yes. >> jimmy: all your family, they're all doctors? >> yes, like a family business. my grandparents started it. then it was sort of mandatory. and all my cousins are doctors too. i was just -- didn't get the memo. >> jimmy: you're the black sheep of the family. >> yes. it was great. then you'd get your shots at the breakfast table. you know. totally illegal. >> jimmy: so if you had -- you wouldn't have to ever go to the doctor, would you? >> no. no, never went to the doctor. although you'd come down and there would be like some
terrifyingly graphic picture of a rash or something from some random medical journal that would just be on the kitchen table. >> jimmy: i see. >> while you're eating dinner. it has its low points. >> is that what scared you off from the medical profession? >> yeah, and just the hard work, you know? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it is much harder, yeah. i mean, acting -- it can sometimes be kind of hard. but that's about as far -- >> not really. they tell you exactly what to say, when to say it, how to say it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they just make you look good. >> jimmy: sometimes you have to walk all the way to the table where the snacks are by yourself. [ laughter ] >> i don't. >> jimmy: you don't. >> i get them to bring it to me. >> jimmy: did you ever consider a job in the medical field? >> i did kind of have a job in the medical field. my mom actually got me a job as a side job, when you're auditioning a lot, in england i tested people for chlamydia. [ laughter ] the face of chlamydia.
>> jimmy: how old were you when you did that? [ cheers and applause ] >> i was 22, 23. >> jimmy: and how do you test people for chlamydia? what's the process? >> well, i didn't -- his face is so -- he's got such a grimace on. >> jimmy: he's had chlamydia. [ laughter ] >> yes. i can spot -- sense it. >> jimmy: we can test him if you want. >> i guess. i'd have to stand on street corners in london, near to a mcdonald's or something where there's a restroom, and you just stop people as they go by and say, you know. >> jimmy: do you have chlamydia? >> yes. well -- >> jimmy: and can i have some? [ laughter ] >> yes. well, there's a three -- i would have like a three-pronged attack. because you work on commission. so you've got to get people. so you go, hi. are you between -- like 15 to 25 was the range they were trying to test people. >> jimmy: i see.
>> if they go, yes. then you go, have you ever been tested for chlamydia? usually at that point they start to scurry away. then you've really got to get on them. you go -- my last final point was, you know you can get it in your eye and go blind. which isn't technically a lie. [ laughter ] that would usually make them go, oh my god. so then, you know. >> jimmy: you'd threaten them with blindness. >> a health service. yes, yes. >> jimmy: they would then give you a sample there on the spot? >> well, you'd give them a little pot, then they have to go in the restroom. you have to be tactical. you have to be near a mcdonald's or -- >> mcdonald's must have loved this business. >> people were traumatized afterwards, you need to recover with a big mac. >> jimmy: mcnuggets or something. >> it helps the business. >> jimmy: how long did you do that? >> i did that for the year i was in england then came over here.
i don't know, chlamydia on the streets or acting. >> you went right there doing that to acting? >> i was doing that alongside acting. >> jimmy: i see. >> yes, then came over here. >> jimmy: did you come over here for a job, a specific job? >> i came for pilot season, booked a pilot, then that didn't get picked up. but i was here on a visa which means you can only do acting work. >> jimmy: right. >> i couldn't test people for chlamydia here. >> jimmy: no. we don't have it here in this country. it's been eradicated. >> that's what i hear, yeah. i'm out of a job. >> jimmy: what did you do, then? >>dy prince sister parties. where you dress up as a princess. >> jimmy: you did? >> technically that's acting. but i was so terrible -- >> jimmy: oh, that counts as acting? >> yeah, it's a performance. you dress up. you have a wig on. >> jimmy: for the little girls? >> yeah, yeah. my parents were proud. >> jimmy: yeah. oh, they must have went nuts for the accent. you're really a princess. >> right, yeah.
that helped, yeah. >> jimmy: little girls will believe almost anything. we can put guillermo in a blond wig and say, look, it's ariel! they'd be like, oh. when did she get a moustache? >> right. exactly. >> jimmy: was that a fun job for you? it's okay if the answer's no. >> you know, it was -- i did the mistake of coming to hollywood. and the fun and the parties. then oh, i've got to be a princess the next day, never mind. being hung over and trying to be a princess for 40 8-year-olds -- >> drunk princess is tough. >> drunk princess would be fun. it's the drunk the night before princess. >> jimmy: i see, i see. what would you do for the kids? fold balloons or anything like that? >> you're meant to do party games. sometimes if it just got too much -- i mean, you get desperate in those situations. so i had some animal impressions that i would do. >> jimmy: like what? >> then it got really bad. >> what were your go-to animals? >> do you want me to do them?
>> jimmy: oh, yeah. i'll get them, yeah, sure. [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. ready? >> jimmy: a monkey? >> no. do you want me to tell you? >> jimmy: yeah. >> a snail. >> jimmy: oh. [ laughter ] the kids must have eaten that up. >> they loved it, loved it. >> jimmy: perfect training to be a member of "shield." >> snail, yes. >> jimmy: you're enjoying the show? seems like you've got a good group working on the show. >> we all have the best time, yeah. >> jimmy: it's very, very good to have you here. >> thank you. >> jimmy: the show if you've not seen it, "marvel's agents of shield." it turns tuesday night at 9:00 here on abc. elizabeth henstridge, everyone. be right back with sam hunt! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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jeff, apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next, but first, this is his album "montevallo." here with the song "take your time," sam hunt! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i don't know if you were looking at me or not you probably smile like that all the time ♪ ♪ and i don't mean to bother you but i couldn't just walk by and not say hi ♪ ♪ and i know your name 'cause everybody in here knows your name and you're not looking for anything ♪ ♪ right now so i don't wanna come on strong but don't get me wrong your eyes are so intimidating ♪ ♪ my heart is pounding but it's just a conversation no girl i'm not wasted ♪ ♪ you don't know me i don't know you but i want to ♪
♪ i don't wanna steal your freedom i don't wanna change your mind ♪ ♪ i don't have to make you love me i just wanna take your time ♪ ♪ i don't wanna wreck your friday i ain't gonna waste my lines ♪ ♪ i don't have to take your heart i just wanna take your time ♪ ♪ and i know it starts with hello and the next thing you know you're trying to be nice ♪ ♪ and some guys getting too close trying to pick you up trying to get you drunk ♪ ♪ and i'm sure one of your friends is about to come over here ♪ ♪ 'cause she's supposed to save you from random guys that talk too much and wanna stay too long ♪ ♪ it's the same old song and dance but i think you know it well ♪
♪ you could've rolled your eyes told me to go to hell could've walked away ♪ ♪ but you're still here and i'm still here come on let's see where it goes ♪ ♪ i don't wanna steal your freedom i don't wanna change your mind ♪ ♪ i don't have to make you love me i just wanna take your time ♪ ♪ i don't wanna wreck i don't have to meet your mother we don't have to cross that line ♪ ♪ i don't want to steal your cover i just want to take your time ♪ ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh i don't wanna go home with you ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh i just wanna be alone with you ♪ ♪ i don't wanna steal your freedom i don't wanna change your mind ♪ ♪ i don't have to make you love me i just wanna take your time ♪
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