T-Mobile presents the first performance of “Arrows” by Fences, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

T-Mobile presents the first performance of “Arrows” by Fences, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis


[MUSIC – DEAP VALLY, “WALK OF SHAME”] (SINGING) I’mma take a walk of pride. I’mma take a walk of pride. I got better things to do. Now T-Mobile is setting music free. Stream all the music you want. Data charges do not apply
on the data-strong network. [MUSIC PLAYING] [CHEERING] [MUSIC – FENCES FT. MACKLEMORE
& RYAN LEWIS, “ARROWS”] (SINGING) Just escape! My old man, he kicked me out. He kicked me out when I told
him that I live this way. I live this way. I live this way. I live this way. I live this way. I live this way. I live this way. I live this way. He doesn’t own me. He doesn’t own me. He doesn’t own me. Doesn’t own me. Just escape! [AUDIENCE CLAPPING IN RHYTHM] Arrows land. We’re falling. Arrows– arrows– were falling. Arrows land. We’re falling. Arrows– arrows– were falling. The black rims align your face, like a
deer drinking water in a picture frame. I swear to God I’ve seen those eyes– the back of my lids when closing mine. We cross hands. We shake it out. Shake it out. Lace our boots, and we walk away. I felt slightly connected to him
and said, now boy, now you own me. Arrows land. We’re falling. Arrows– arrows– were falling. Arrows land. We’re falling. Arrows– arrows– were falling. [CHEERING] Yeah, yeah. He doesn’t sleep. So in truth, he never wakes up. Another day rushing to his death. Out of breath on the
treadmill of the famous. He makes mistakes, tells
stories to his paint brush. When the world sees his art, he wishes
that he never would have made it. Just escape! Just escape! Ricochets and eclipses faith. Living in a city with a gray
umbrella over your shoulders, and you’re becoming
suffocated by the weight. Can’t hit those brakes. This is what you wanted, huh? You got it all in vain
’cause you forgot who you are right as the world learned your name. It goes– Arrows land. We’re falling. Arrows– arrows– were falling. Arrows land. We’re falling. Arrows– arrows– were falling. Let me ash my issues. Ash tray is this asphalt. American
spirit, black coffee conversations, and a passport. When God gives you everything,
everything that you ever asked for, and it still looks a
bit different than when you pictured it on that back porch. And I’m gone. World traveler– all I got is my songs. When the nights start blending into
one another and I don’t recall, Tom Petty in this motherfucker–
all I want to do is free fall. Yeah, free fall. And I’m so caught up. I’m caught up. I’m caught up, and I’m so tired. I swore that I wouldn’t
stare into the light. Guess who tried it? Shit, I’m blinded by this limelight. This limelight, it’s all night. It’s all day. These bright lights. These bright lights. Once you turn ’em on,
you can’t walk away. Don’t die here. Don’t die here. I came too far. I’m too great. I’m too scared. I’m too afraid to stare
this world into its face. I’m almost home. Driving lost, eyelids
closed, light turns to gray. Cameras off. The show is over. You close the curtains and just escape. Arrows land. We’re falling. Arrows were falling. Arrows land. We’re falling. Arrows were falling. Live this way. I live this way. I live this way. I live this way. I live this way. I live this way. I live this way. I live this way. Just escape! [CHEERING AND APPLAUSE] (SPEAKING) Seattle, Washington,
make some noise one time for my man. [CHEERING] Fences!

22 Replies to “T-Mobile presents the first performance of “Arrows” by Fences, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis”

  1. "By giving Macklemore and Ryan Lewis a platform to perform their newest song, Arrows by Fences live!" Did whoever write the description even bother proof reading it?

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