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Songs About "Songs"
Something in Common
"These are songs from the rock era that have the word "song" or "songs" in the title. They all appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in the 1960s and 1970s. See how many you remember. Have fun."
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"The 59th Street Bridge Song" was a hit for a dynamic duo of the 1960s. Which duo?
Brewer and Shipley
Simon and Garfunkel
Sonny and Cher
Chad and Jeremy
The Four Tops wanted to be included in this quiz, so what title did they release in 1965?
(Not Different (5 Words))
John Denver penned and recorded this song as an ode to his then wife. What's the name of this song?
Elton John contributes to this quiz with his first Top 10 American hit. What is its name?
Three Dog Night had a tune that was "one I'm sure they wrote for you and me". What tune was it?
Old Rock and Roll Song
Old Fashioned Love Song
Old Serenade Song
Romantic Love Song
How was Neil Diamond's song sung in 1972?
(One Word ... everybody knows one)
One of the Beatles covered a Hoyt Axton tune and took it onto the charts in 1974. It fits this category. What's the song?
No No Song
Yes Yes Song
Another former Beatle also fits this quiz. He and his group flew up the charts with this 1976 hit. Which one?
Silly Love Songs
Songs of the South
My Own Songs
Barry Manilow wrote, recorded and hit the charts with "I Write The Songs" in 1976.
Supertramp's contribution to this quiz was a hit in 1979. Can you deduce the name?
The Simple Song
The Logical Song
The Thinking Song
The Rational Song
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Compiled Jun 28 12