Motley Crue are making the most of being in New York. They announced their last round of dates earlier this week on the Fox and Friends show, then stopped by the New York Stock Exchange for some reason. And last night, they played The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Instead of playing their new (and presumably last) song “All Good Things,” they went with a classic, performing “Girls Girls Girls.” It sounded, well, pretty much like Motley Crue. There was definitely some backing tracks, like the motorcycle in the beginning of the song and the chorus, even though there were backup vocalists. And Vince Neil did his Vince Neil thing. Regardless, it’s probably the last time you’ll see them on a late night show ever. It’s somewhat interesting that Fallon chose to display the band’s 1998 Greatest Hits album as opposed to their most recent one, which came out in 2009. It’s also interesting that the band have nine studio albums and six greatest hits albums.