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Wine, Women and Song!
Something in Common
"Songs that feature the words "wine", "women" or "song" in the title. All questions relate to UK Singles Chart Top 40 hits since 1952."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
In December 1957, two records were in the UK Singles Chart Top 40 under the same title - one recorded by Frankie Vaughan, the other by Jimmie Rodgers. What was that title?
Red Red Wine
I Will Drink The Wine
The Night The Wine And The Roses
Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
"Red Red Wine" was a number one hit for UB40 in the UK Singles Chart Top 40. The song was originally written and recorded by Neil Diamond and was covered by Tony Tribe. In the same year that Neil Diamond released the single, who else took the track into the UK top 40?
Jimmy James & The Vagabonds
Released in July 1969, the Rolling Stones reached number one in the UK Singles Chart with which song about a certain type of women?
Little Red Rooster
Jumpin' Jack Flash
Honky Tonk Women
"Independent Women Part 1" reached number one in UK Singles Chart for whom in December 2000?
S Club 7
In 1969, Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell had a UK Singles Chart Top 40 hit about which vegetable?
"Killing Me Softly with His Song" reached number six in the UK Singles Chart for Roberta Flack in 1973 and the song has been released by many artists. Which of the following have not had versions of the song?
"Annie's Song" was written as an ode to John Denver's then-wife, Annie Denver (née Martell). On what mode of transport was Denver travelling when he wrote the song?
In January 2006, Son Of Dork had a UK Singles Chart Top 40 hit with a song about whom?
"A Song For The Lovers" was released by Richard Ashcroft and reached its highest chart position in the UK Singles Chart in April 2000. Liberty X released a similar sounding title "Song 4 Lovers", which reached its highest position in October 2005. Which reached the higher position in the top 40?
Neither reached the top 40
They both reached the same chart position
Who took "Song For Whoever" to number two in the UK Singles Chart in June 1989?
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