We made it ashamed once raising hell. Nope, I haven’t had a stroke and just started typing random words. That’s actually a sentence you can make from the song titles of Monday’s late-night musical performances. Let’s break it down: We Made It is boy band refugee Louis Tomlinson’s latest romantic pop ditty, which he presented on The Late Late Show With James Corden. Ashamed is a glammy nugget of Bowie-style ’70s space-funk from up-and-comer Omar Apollo, who did a fine job in his network-TV debut on Late Night With Seth Meyers. Once is the latest anthemic arena-rock ballad from former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher, dressed down in his usual anorak and bucket hat on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. And Raising Hell would be a diplomatic way of describing Kesha’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, but she had the always-fabulous Big Freedia in tow, so I’m inclined to give her a pass. If you don’t agree with that running order, feel free to switch it up and find your own: Those same words can make a variety of sentences. Once, raising hell, we made it ashamed. Ashamed, once we made it raising hell. And so on. Then again, maybe I am having that stroke after all.