Mandy Patinkin Sings ‘Stitches’ in Yiddish – #LateLateShawn

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Published on June 6, 2018

After James asks Shawn Mendes about influences on his new album and offers up some alternative titles to “Shawn Mendes,” Mandy Patinkin informs everyone that Shawn actually writes his lyrics in Yiddish and shares a little taste of what “Stitches” originally sounded like.

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  • Elif Sude Kose 2 years ago

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  • Marit van Huizen 2 years ago

    Yesss?

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  • Despoina Papazoi 2 years ago

    ??????????

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  • Stephanie Smith 2 years ago

    Waaaazzzzzuuuupppp!!!

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  • Renaisha Truevillian 2 years ago

    Love it! ?

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  • A dot am 2 years ago

    Early

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  • bestie best 2 years ago

    A humble Canadian man

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  • Alyaa 0410 2 years ago

    ❤❤

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  • Aliyah Bassa 2 years ago

    yaaas

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  • GREECE RUSSIA 2 years ago

    Saul Berenson??????)))

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  • Kaiden Walsh 2 years ago

    hey

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  • Jay Ridd 2 years ago

    Yass

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  • Nameless Pup 2 years ago

    “You call the album Shawn Mendes”

    “Yes, that one took a while”

    ?

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  • Nameless Pup 2 years ago

    Boyz II Mendes.

    BESHAWNCÉ.

    I love James ?

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  • FrizzyFritzi 2 years ago

    My boy is so talented. Third number one album, third youngest artists to have three number one albums. I’m proud.

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  • Miranda Palme 2 years ago

    The new album is sooooo good <3

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  • Abby Powell 2 years ago

    Me: **looks outside**
    Me: it’s raining mendes rn

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  • erin corinne 2 years ago

    I looooove shawn but I feel like he needs more media training, maybe he’s just young. he was looking into the audience too much in all these clips

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  • Briana Zavala 2 years ago

    “You called the album Shawn Mendes”

    “Yeah that took awhile”
    ?

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  • Zöe Nightshade 2 years ago

    BESHAWNCÉ. I DON’T WANNA LIVE ANYMORE????

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