Brian: All right, this one is a- a weird timing one, so this- (singing) could be not so good for me B: (whistles, then singing with the game music) ba-da-da-da-da, ba-da-da-da-da B: Bup-ba-ba-da-ba-da-da-da (melancholy ukulele chords) Patrick: (singing) I’ve made some mistakes I’ve made some bad mistakes I was killed by a goblin Then he hit me with a sword and now I’m dead P: da-da-daaa-da-da-da-da-da-da, da-da-da B: (adding in and harmonizing) da-da-daaa-da-da-da-da-da-da, da-da-da (blues-y guitar chords)
B: (hums) B: Thought I could make it Thought I could hold P: Sorry, I’m fucking up here
B: It’s okay! B: Thought I could make it, without going to explode But you live by the bomb you die by the bomb I should have listened to my mom. P: This one’s for all the mothers out there.
B: Love you, mom. B: (playing melodica)
P: (hums) P: ‘K, alright P: So I have died once again This is my fate to die As is the fate of all mortal men To be hit by a stick from a goblin P: (playing soft guitar chords) B: Ooooh-oooh-ooh-ooooh-oooooooh P: (overlapping) It’s a weird progression
B: I love that progression, don’t worry, you’re doing great. B: This is what I want to sing. Sometimes when you’re on fire You forget to look around And sometimes a bokoblin will come and knock you to the ground And that’s what happened to my friend Link So I guess you could say I stink and I’m sorry for dying Sorry for dying B: (begins beatboxing while playing the melodica) P: What?! No, what you’re doing is impossible
B: You got it! P: Uhhhh Hot fire. It’s what killed me. And- uhhhh- just listen to this B: This is very spitty now! P: I died in a fire I died in a fire P: (playing guitar)
B: (starts clapping) B: Everyone clap along at home B: Film yourself clapping and then send it in. B: Everyone clap. This really will not work if you don’t clap. (P: Yes) B: On the two and the four, not on the one and three. B: Hey, whoa It’s Link’s time to go I was looking in the camera seeing my friends And it made Link meet a terrible end and now it’s time for you to clap on with the show I’m sorry (clapping rate increases) I’m sorry P: Bahhhhh
B: This is a segment called! (Brian scatting, primarily with ba ba ba-ba-ba, for the next minute) P: Where is he, where is he
B: (continues scatting) B: It’s that time of the year, it’s that time of the day P: Shoo-bop shoo-bop shoo-bop
B: Here we go, we’re going to drink some fluids after hours with Gill and Gilbert B: Da-na-na-na-na-nah What could this be, I don’t know, I hope it’s a good one B: (scatting) B: (theme from The Windwaker) Doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-dooo-doooo
P: (hums) P: (hums)
B: tch-tch-tch P: Well, it’s the holiday season
B: The holiday season P: So doop-dee-doop
Both: And ship-pi-dee-dop
P: And dippidee-dop-dop B: And then he scats for the next six minutes
P: (scats) B: If we listen to each other’s hearts We’ll find we’ll never fall apart And maybe love is a reason why for the first time ever we’re seeing it eye to eye B: ‘Cause baby it’s you, you’re the one Iove B: You’re the one I need! You’re the only thing I see.
P: (British accent) And she’s lovely, she’s just got a lovely voice B: C’mon, baby, it’s you!
P: She’s married to a very successful rapper B: You’re the one that gives your all P: And, uh- yeah, she doesn’t have a lot of, uh-
B: You’re the one I can always call B:When I need to make everything stop
P: lot going on in the way of her, uh- B: Finally, you put my love on top!
P: philanthropical- philanthropical pursuits, but uh- P: She’s a lovely performer, and I was, uh- I was flippin’ through this magazine And I saw a picture of- of this Beyonce and I said, alright, sir. That’s the lady for me. B: Thank you for loving me.
P: Thank you.