-The Roots are gonna
start playing a song one instrument at a time.
Taylor and I can buzz in and guess as soon
as we know the song. But if you guess wrong, the other person
gets a chance to steal. -Ugh. Treacherous.
-You can play — -Crazy.
-You can play along at home. Roots, let’s hear the first
song, whenever you’re ready. Oh, man. ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Beep ] -“Oops!…I Did It Again,”
Britney Spears? -No! [ Buzzer ] -Oh, wait, wait, wait! ♪♪ “Baby One More Time”
by Britney Spears! Ohh! -Oh, my gosh! Come on! Ugh! What did I say?
What did I say? I said “Oops”?
-That’s shameful. -I thought that like —
-It’s those chords. -[ Vocalizing ] -It’s them max Martin chords.
-Max Martin chords. Gosh darn it! I’m so mad.
All right. Ugh. Of course, Taylor’s
gonna kill me at this. All right.
Let’s hear the next song. ♪♪ ♪♪ -Ohh!
[ Beeping ] -♪ Da-na, na-na ♪ -I know it. I know it. -[ Mumbling lyrics ] “Pour Some Sugar On Me,”
Def Leppard! -Ohh! ♪♪ Sorry, sorry. I don’t even know
the words. I’m like — ♪ Hit me like a bomb, then
then come on na-na-na ♪ ♪ Na-na-na-na-na,
with a red iPhone ♪ A red iPhone? -It’s actually radar phone.
-It’s radar phone? I thought it was a red iPhone. -They were super ahead
of their time. -“Trust me, in the future,
everyone’s gonna have a red…” -This song came out in the ’80s,
and they know about iPhones. -Yeah, man, they’re prescient.
All right, here we go. Let’s hear the next song. ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Beep ] -It’s Nelly,
it’s Nelly, it’s Nelly. It’s “Hot in Herre.” Ha!
-What? [ Cheers and applause ] -What?
-This is my favorite song. ♪♪ -Ohh! How did you get that?
Oh, my gosh. -Yes.
-All right. [ Cheers and applause ] Gosh. You are proving
that you’re a genius. Come on. How would you
guess that from that? -Just, like, middle school.
It imprints on you. -“Hot in Herre.” “Hot in Herre.”
-Mm-hmm. -Here we go.
Let’s hear the next one. ♪♪ I’d love it
if you guessed it now. ♪♪ [ Beep ] “Bad Guy,” Billie Eilish. [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ ♪♪ Whew. All right.
Coming back. Coming back, man. Whoo!
-Okay. -There’s a little bit —
That’s a little bit of a lot. -Too much. Yeah. Why don’t you just say,
“You need to calm down”? Just say it. All right. Come on. I set you up.
I set you up. [ Cheers and applause ] -I’ve had to learn
to say different versions of common phrases like
“Shake it off.” -Yeah, you can’t
say that anymore? -“You need to calm down.” Like, I’ve had to figure out how to not to say puns of
my own songs in conversation. I’ve gotten sort of good at it. -Let’s hear the next song.
Here we go. ♪♪ ♪♪ -“Kiss Me,”
Sixpence None The Richer. -Oh, my God! Yes! ♪♪ You even got the band? ♪♪ ♪ Kiss me ♪ Sixpence None The Richer.
You even got the band. -That was the first song
I learned to play on guitar. Yeah. [ Cheers and applause ] -Me too. All right.
Let’s hear the next song. -Okay. ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Beep ] -Is it “No Scrubs”? [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -What the heck?
How did you guess that? -It’s the chords. -Whoa!
-It’s the chords. -How did you get that?
-It’s just chords in a song. -Oh, my gosh.
It’s the chords in the song. -I’m really too excited.
I’m flushed and — -I know. This is a fun game.
I really have met my match. -Really fun.
-This is unbelievable. All right.
It’s time for the final song. This is worth 10,000 points. -Towards what?
-It’s anyone’s game. Whoever wins this,
wins the whole game. -Okay. -Roots, take it away,
whenever you’re ready. ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Beep ] -“Shake It Off”? [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ [ Laughs ] Yeah! ♪♪ I’m sorry. No, no, no. Come on. Oh, I love it! That’s my favorite thing that ever happened
on the whole show ever. Taylor Swift, everybody.