Keith Urban and Jimmy Fallon Sing Country-Style FML Duet: Watch

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Jimmy Fallon and Keith Urban during the "FML Country Singers" bit on May 6, 2016.

Fallon introduced his new "country-music duo" on Friday's 'Tonight Show.'

Friday's Tonight Show saw the television debut of Jimmy Fallon and Keith Urban's band, FML.

Fallon introduced his "country-music duo" in the context of the website FML.com, where users tell stories ending in "FML" (f— my life), explaining that he and Urban sing about the very same topic.

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"That's interesting because I'm actually in a country-music duo, and our band name is FML," Fallon told the audience. So Urban and Fallon, adopting a Southern accent, took the stage with a guitar and a banjo to sing some country songs inspired by the website.

One verse began, "Today I heard water dripping from the back of our house. I went to investigate, only to find a man peeing on our garden gnome. FML."

But perhaps Fallon's favorite was "Today my boss fired me via text message. I don't have a text-message plan. So basically I paid 25 cents to get fired. FML."

Watch the full video below.

This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.