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That 70s Quiz!
"Hangin' out, down the street, I'll try not to make the same old quiz, I did last week (release year at end of "interesting information")."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Name the song this line is from: "Did you have any bad dreams, did you break any glass. Would you be my companion, is there even a chance?"
(flat as a pancake...- four words)
"You got it all in the palm of your hand, but your hand's wet with sweat and your head needs a rest..." Name that hit from Styx this lyric is from.
See if you know what Bob Seger tune this line is from: "I looked in Miami, I looked in Negril, the closest I came was a month-old bill."
Nutbush City Limit
Get Out of Denver
"...So I tucked my hair up under my hat and I went in to ask him why. He said you look like a fine, upstanding young man, I think you do! So I took off my hat, I said 'imagine that, huh, me working for you?'" OK, who performed this originally?
(no, not Tesla...(4 words))
"Wake up in the morning, see your sunrise-loves-to go down. Lousy lovers pick their prey but they never cry out loud." This line is from a song which is off of one of the highest-selling LP's in rock history. Name that tune.
"In your head is the answer let it guide you along. Let your heart be the anchor and the beat of your song." This lyric is from what Rush song?
Something For Nothing
"Well the bigger the city, the brighter the lights. Bigger the dog the harder the bite. I don't know where you been last night but I figure, mama, you ain't doin' right." A Skynyrd song, ya'll.
I Know A Little
Call Me the Breeze
And now, a line from a Zeppelin song: "I felt the coldness of my winter, I never thought it would ever go. I cursed the gloom that set upon us but I know that I love you so."
(talk about the weather...- three words)
"When they turn the pages of history when these days have passed long ago, will they read of us with sadness for the seeds that we let grow?" Name the Rush song this line is from.
Closer To The Heart
A Farewell to Kings
This one is from the Heart: "Back over Time when we were all trying for free met up with the porpoise and me. No right no wrong you're selling a Song- a name whisper game."
Dog And Butterfly
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Compiled Jun 28 12