Special Sub-Topic: Girls In Song Titles
Julie. 'Oh, Julie' was a popular song in the 50's.
|What song are these lyrics from? 'The further from here, girl, the better, where the air is fresh and clean'?|
Candida. 'Candida' by Tony Orlando and Dawn
|One of the following was a girl that Paul Anka sang about. Who was it?|
Diana. Paul Anka sang about Diana. I can't remember who sang about Denise, but if you know, tell me. 'Delilah' of course was Tom Jones, and 'Donna' Ritchie Valens.
|A girl with this color hair was sung about by America in 1974.|
golden. 'Sister Golden Hair' is my favorite America song, as well as one of my favorite songs anyway. Something about listening to it makes me feel great.
|This woman, who was written about by Leonard Cohen and popularized in song, shares a name with a witch in an Anne Rice novel. Who is she?|
Suzanne. 'Suzanne takes you down, to her place by the river, and she feeds you tea and oranges...'
|I think this is a 'turn up your radio as loud as you can and sing at the top of your lungs song!' The Foundations sang about this girl, whose name is the same as a flower. Who is she?|
Buttercup. This was an easy question. It was Buttercup, of course.
|Fill in the blank: 'Love grows where my ____________ goes?'|
Rosemary. Edison Lighthouse. Another great song.
|A lot of men have sang about her, including the Oak Ridge Boys, New Grass Revival, and Garth Brooks. She shares a name with a witch from TV. Who is she?|
Samantha. All of the forementioned sang about a 'cup of coffee and a couple dollars change' when they were going to call Samantha in Baton Rouge.
|This woman, whose most recent CD is 'Red Dirt Girl', had hits with 'C'est La Vie', 'To Daddy', and 'If I Could Ever Win Your Love'. The Oak Ridge Boys sang about her on their 'Y'all Come Back Saloon' album. Who is she?|
Emmylou & Emmylou Harris & Harris. Kind of a tough question, I know. It was Emmylou.
|Jessi Colter, the wife of Waylon Jennings - and one of the Outlaws - sang 'I'm not ____ '?|
Lisa. It was 'Lisa'. Laura, Anna, and Mary...just wouldn't have sounded right.
|Ray Stevens sang about her, the queen of the blues. Who is she?|
Bridget & Bridget the Midget. 'Bridget the Midget, the queen of the blues'.
|Kenny Rogers begged her not to take her love to town.|
Ruby. Ruby was going to go out and party, but her crippled husband, wounded in either Korea or Vietnam, begged her not to go out and take her love to town.
|Willard McBain had a thing for her in this Ray Stevens song.|
Margaret. He was going to get a weed-eater, a live chicken and some peach preserves when he got out of jail and he and Margaret were going to have a good old time... :)
|The Everly Brothers and Reba McEntire sang about her clown. She was?|
Cathy. My husband works on a school bus with a little girl who's afraid of clowns and sometimes sings this song to her to keep things interesting :)
|Rod Stewart had something to say to her in 1971. She was?|
Maggie May & Maggie Mae. Maggie May, the all-time best Rod Stewart song in the whole world.
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