Episode 6 Later... with Jools Holland


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Episode 6

Joining Jools are Coldplay with tracks from their fifth album Mylo Xyloto, Stephen Paul Manderson aka Professor Green, The Waterboys and New Zealand's The Phoenix Foundation.


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This programme contains some strong language. Is this a rehearsal or

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live now? Oh, it's life. In that -- live. In that case, we better get

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it right. My cold's improved so I can bell low over the top of almost

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anything, even this tremendous cheer that welcomes me into the

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room! APPLAUSE

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How lovely to see you. Let's enjoy as we start this wonderful show

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 42 seconds

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# I stole the key # Took a car down town

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# I took a car down town and took what he offered me

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# To set me free # I saw the lights go down at the

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end of the scene # I saw the lights go down and

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# In my cold dreams, when they stretch my -- smash my heart into

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shrithreens # A life I've seen in my hard will

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run wild # It will be glowing in the dark.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 42 seconds

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# All the boys, all the boys, all Thank you Coldplay. They are our

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marvellous guests this evening. We welcome the exceptional Camille.

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From Wellington New Zealand, The Phoenix Foundation. From Carolinea,

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Ryan Adams. From the UK and Ireland, The Waterboys. From London, we

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welcome Emili Sande joins Professor # I wanna scream till the words

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Suffered and cried Never mothered or shy to trouble

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When I wanted to get pence hustled Saying I tried to cash in on

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I wanted to vent but I never said Family is something that you never

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Was the only thing that you ever did for me.

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# I wanna sing

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# I wanna shout

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# I wanna scream till the words dry out

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# So put it in all of the papers

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# I'm not afraid

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# They can read all about it

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# Read all about it

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# Oh

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# Oh oh oh

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# Oh

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# Oh oh oh

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# Oh oh oh oh. #

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As a kid I looked up to you

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Only thing was I never saw enough of you

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Last thing I said to you was I hated you

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I loved you but now it's too late to say to you

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Just didn't know what to do and how to deal with it

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Even now, deep down, I still live it

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To think I used to blame me I wonder what I did to you

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To make you hate me I wasn't even five

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Life's a journey and mine wasn't an easy ride

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You never even got to see me rap

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I just wish you woulda reached out

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I wish you woulda been round when I been down

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I wish that you could see me now

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Wherever you are I really hope you find peace

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But know that if I ever have kids unlike you

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I'll never let them be without me.

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# I wanna sing

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# I wanna shout

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# I wanna scream till the words die out

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# So put it in all of the papers I'm not afraid

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# They can read all about it

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# Read all about it

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# Oh. #

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I write songs I couldn't listen to

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# Oh oh oh oh

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Everything I have, I give to you

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# Oh oh oh oh

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My job's more like public service

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My life just became yours to read and interpret

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If you heard it, it'd come across a lot different at times

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I throw fits when I read how they word things

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You see me smile

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Now you're gonna have to see me hurtin'

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Cos pretending everything is all right

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When it ain't, really isn't working.

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# I wanna sing

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# I wanna shout

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# I wanna scream till the words die out

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# So put it in all of the papers

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# I'm not afraid

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# They can read all about it

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# Read all about it

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# Oh. #

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CHEERING

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CHEERING AND

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Read All About It featuring Emili Sande,

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Professor Green! I'll be talking to Nicky Wire in a bit. The next

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artist have done songs on the poems # Our minds are at their best this

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night and I seem to know # That everything outside is as mad

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as the mist and the snow # That everything outside of this

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is as mad as the mist and the snow # Horace by Homer stands

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# Plato stands below # Here is Actualy's open page, how

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many years ago? # You and I lads, mad as the mist

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and the snow # Where you and I are lads, mad as

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# What makes me sigh # What makes me shudder so

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# I shudder and I sigh to think that even Sisarro

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# And the many minded Homer work, mad as the mist and the snow

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# That sn sicerro and Homer were as mad as the mist and the snow

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# That Cicero and Homer were mad as the mist and the snow

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# That Cicero and Homer were mad as the mist and the snow

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# That Cicero and Homer were mad as the mist and the snow

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 42 seconds

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# Mad as the mist and snow CHEERING AND APPLAUSE That was Mist

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We're live to air wherever you are, we are with you at this moment and

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as everything happens, it will happen here too. I'm delighted to

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welcome Nicky Wire from Manic Street Preachers. Lovely to have

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you here. Not performing tonight but you have out this national

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treasures and it's all of the singles, which is amazing. How many

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singles are there? 38 in 20 years. That's incredible. Nearly 1.5 a

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year. A single is three minutes, so four-and-a-half minutes every year!

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Well done. It's great that you've stayed together so long. Did you

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think you would be to the this long? There was duality in the bank,

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myself and Ritchie, interested in destroying and there were two

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musicians interested in creating. They saw the long-term and we saw

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the short-term. Who is the beautiful woman on the front that

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looks like a painting? Is she the next person in the group? That

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would be nice! We did a shoot in South Wales. There is the pit.

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just everything about Manics, brass bands, lipstick... And pits. Is the

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pit closed? It's a World Heritage Site, much like us. That's right.

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You are a national treasure, World Heritage Site. What is a national

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treasure do you think? It's, well, the Manics used to write fan mail

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to Mike an The Waterboys when we were 15. Have you got any of his

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fan mail? Did you ever answer it? Did you answer? I only found it 25

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years later. Fair enough. (inaudible) He's writ ton him. Try

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and reply to letters if you can. Don't want any e-mails do we? Thank

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you very much Nicky! They're performing all of those 38 singles

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in the O2. We're looking forward to that. Now I'm delighted to welcome

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back a man we've had on before. It's superb to have him back.

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# I don't remember were we wild # And the night will break

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# Waiting outside # Like bags of trash in the

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# We've got nothing # Well, the lights will draw you in

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# And the night will break # Well, the lights will draw you in

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 42 seconds

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# I don't remember were we wild Ryan Adams, with Lucky Now from his

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new album Ashes to Fire. The temperature is slowly rising in

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here. Welcome from all the way especially from New Zealand The

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 42 seconds

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# Shining stars The Phoenix Foundation with Buffalo

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from their album Buffalo. One of the first things that Her Majesty

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Queen Elizabeth II did after becoming the Queen was to dance to

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the marvellous sounds of Edmund O'Ross, sadly aged 100 he has pass

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add way. Let's enjoy a moment and have a quick look at a bit of his

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superb rumba music that was very # London is the place for me

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# London, this lovely city # You can go to Spain or America

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# India or Australia, but you've got to come back to London city #

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APPLAUSE So now, we welcome an amazing

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artist from France, one of my favourite artists. She has a

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fabulous voice. She is exceptional. # You can't open the window, there's

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# Got trapped here when I moved five years ago

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# Mars is no fun

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# Mars

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# Mars

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# Mars is no fun

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# Mars

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# Mars

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# They said everything is pure out there

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# You'll be the first human beings to show the world

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# There's life outside of earth

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# But the greens don't like us

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# They want us to leave the place

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# Will you get my postcard before Christmas

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# Mars is no fun

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# Mars

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# Mars

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# Mars is no fun

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# Mars

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# Mars

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# I want to go back on earth

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# And live with you in our social housing

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# And spend all afternoon in the shopping mall

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# Of Milton Keynes

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# Mars is no fun

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# Mars

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# Mars

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# Mars is no fun

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# Mars

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# Mars

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# You can't really move here

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# The law of gravity is much much stronger

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# It's like a tragedy

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# You're grounded on the ground

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# If you kiss it's forever

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and if you do it on a bed

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# Do you get the picture

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# Mars is no fun

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# Mars

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# Mars

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# Mars is no fun

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# Mars

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# Mars

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# Mars is no fun

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# Mars

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# Mars

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# Mars is no fun

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# Mars

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# Mars

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# Mars. #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Mars

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Mars is

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Mars is no

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Mars is no fun. It would be if Camille was there. The amazing

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Camille. Thanks to all our guests, The Phoenix Foundation, thank you

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Professor Green, Ryan Adams, The Waterboys. More from all our guests

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on Friday night, if you tune in. I will play with Camille as well. If

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you want to, you can iPlayer us. Can you go to the website, very

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clear and beautiful there or remain anonymous throughout. You can enjoy

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# I turn the music up # I shut the world outside

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# Maybe the street's alight Maybe the trees are gone

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# I feel my heart start beating to my favourite song

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# And all the kids they dance All the kids, all night

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# Until Monday morning feels another life

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# I turn the music up I'm on a roll this time

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# And heaven is in sight

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# I turn the music up I got my records on

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# From underneath the rubble sing a rebel song

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# Don't want to see another generation drop

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# I'd rather be a comma than a full stop

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# Maybe I'm in the black Maybe I'm on my knees

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# Maybe I'm in the gap between the two trapezes

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# But my heart is beating and my pulses start

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# Cathedrals in my heart

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# As we soar

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# Oh-oh-oh this light

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# I swear you emerge blinking into

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# To tell me it's all right

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# As we soar walls

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# Every siren is a symphony

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# And every tear's a waterfall

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# It's a waterfall

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# It's a waterfall Ah ah-ah

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# It's a waterfall

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# Every teardrop is a waterfall

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# Ah ah-ah

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# So you can hurt

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# Hurt me bad

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# But still I'll raise

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# The flag

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# It was a wa-a-a-a-a-aterfall

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# A wa-a-a-a-a-aterfall... #

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# Ah ah-ah

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# Ah ah-ah

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Joining Jools in the studio are our very own global rock superstars Coldplay, returning to perform live on the show with songs from their fifth album Mylo Xyloto after debuting tracks from it at 2011's headlining show at Glastonbury.

Stephen Paul Manderson aka Professor Green, the Hackney-born rapper, makes his debut on the show with songs from his second album At Your Inconvenience, including hit single Read All About It featuring Emeli Sande.

Plus, The Waterboys, formed by Mike Scott in 1983, perform tracks from their new album An Appointment With Mr Yeats, which features the works of the Irish poet set to music.

Also performing are The Phoenix Foundation from Wellington, New Zealand. The band have been together for over a decade and enjoyed success and acclaim in their homeland with their dreamy, synth-heavy spin on Byrds/Beach Boys-style pop. Now they bring it to the UK courtesy of the independent label Memphis Industries.