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1970s FM Radio Hits, Part III
"Please take a quiz on some popular songs from the FM Radio Era of the 1970s. Good luck and have fun!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
In 1971, The Who released their classic rock song "Won't Get Fooled Again." Please complete this opening line from the song's chorus:
"I'll tip my hat to the new __________..."
In 1976, a live version of the song "Turn the Page" became a popular song for Bob Seger and The Silver ______ Band.
In 1970, the band Black Sabbath released a song called "Iron Man." Which album contained this tune?
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Master of Reality
Which U.S. president was mentioned in the opening lyrics of the 1970s song "Ohio" by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young?
According to the lyrics of Warren Zevon's 1978 song "Werewolves of London", where was the werewolf sipping a pina colada?
In New York City
At Trader Vic's
"The mountain is high, the valley is low
And you're confused 'bout which way to go..."
Which 1972-1973 song by The Edgar Winter Group contained the above lyrics?
Train in Vain
Which American group released the epic rock song "I'm Your Captain" in 1970?
Grand Funk Railroad
The Grateful Dead
In 1979, the Australian band AC/DC recorded a rock classic called "________ to Hell."
Please complete this line from the 1973 Allman Brothers Band song "Ramblin' Man":
"My father was a ______________ down in Georgia
But he wound up on the wrong end of a gun..."
In 1975, the British band Pink Floyd recorded "Wish You Were Here." Please complete these lyrics from the song:
"How, how I wish you were here
We're just two lost souls swimming in a _____________
Year after year..."
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