Will Ferrell dropped by The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, where — from the audience — he continually interrupted Fallon’s spirited performance of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’.” Ferrell and Fallon both wore wigs and clothes that would have looked lame even in the eras they were meant to be from. And Ferrell showed great interest in the song, asking questions about nearly every line.
Most of the questions Ferrell asked were answered by the next line of the song, such as when he asked, “Where’s he from?” right before the line, “Born and raised in south Detroit.” That went on for most of the song, until he started guessing what was going to be sung before the lyrics came.
Ferrell asked, “Are some people born to sing the blues?”
Then came the line, “Some are born to sing the blues.”
Ferrell replied, “Called it.”
When it came to the chorus, Ferrell agreed to not stop believin’ and to hold on to that feelin’.
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