Andrew Lipovsky/NBCPink stopped by The Tonight Show, on Thursday to talk about her seventh album, Beautiful Trauma, her upcoming tour and her appearance on this weekend’s edition of Saturday Night Live. She also revealed that her 10-month old son Jameson is not a fan of her music.
The 38-year-old singer — who also has a six-year-old daughter named Willow — told host Jimmy Fallon that her son will only allow her sing “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” — on one condition:
“Well, it’s repetitive, so I have to keep [singing the song in a higher pitch each time] and get as high as I possibly can,” she says. “And then it’s over, and then he cries.”
Earlier, Pink lent her voice to some of host Fallon’s #FallSongs.
Fallon’s weekly “Tonight Show Hashtags” usually features him reading his favorite viewer tweets with a hashtag he’s chosen, but this time, Pink sang them, backed by Jimmy’s house band, The Roots.
Here are a few examples:
To the tune of Alanis Morissette‘s “You Oughta Know” she sang “Fall is here/To remind you/Of the allergies you thought went away/Fall don’t care/If it’s colder/Cuz you’ve got to breathe that autumn air/Ahh-ahh choo/Blow your nose.”
Eurythmics‘ 1983 hit, “Sweet Dreams, became “Big trees are made of leaves/Who am I to disagree/I travel the world for the pumpkin seeds/Everybody’s waiting for Santa.”
Cardi B‘s “Bodak Yellow” now went, “Lil witch/You can’t trick me if you wanted to/These expensive, these is orange bottoms/These is pumpkin shoes.”
Pink’s Beautiful Trauma is available now.
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