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  Lick-Your-Lips Lyrics   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
Music has a way of reaching people deep inside. It can make you smile; it can make you weep; it can even make you hungry. All Puns Intended hereby invites you to a feast for your ears: fifteen great songs that will fire your tastebuds.
Average, 15 Qns, CellarDoor, Feb 10 12
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Sing Me A Cauliflower
  Sing Me A Cauliflower   top quiz  
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
A short ramble through just ten songs about food and drink, including some fairly off-the-wall examples which will hopefully raise a smile, or at least an eyebrow.
Very Easy, 10 Qns, stedman, Mar 23 21
Very Easy
stedman editor
Mar 23 21
585 plays
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  Tasty Tunes: No 1 hits   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Test your knowledge of 10 number one hits, classic rock through late 90's. The theme holding all 10 together: the title or artist for each song will reference some type of common food product.
Average, 10 Qns, RaySizemore, Jul 22 22
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RaySizemore
Jul 22 22
11838 plays
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  Big, Bad Breakfast   popular trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
This is going to be a poor day, I can just feel it. Follow my bad attempts at creating a big musical breakfast by matching the ingredients (songs) with the artists who recorded them.
Average, 10 Qns, pollucci19, Jan 18 21
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pollucci19 gold member
Jan 18 21
361 plays
5.
  24-Carrot Gold   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Are there really popular songs out there that talk about carrots? Remarkably the answer, apparently, is "yes" - here some questions about ten of them...
Average, 10 Qns, Fifiona81, Nov 17 15
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Fifiona81 editor
375 plays
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  Crazy in the Coconut!   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I must be crazy in the coconut to write this quiz, all about songs with "coconut". And what a lovely bunch of coconuts, too: calypso, country, dance, pop, & soft rock mixed together. So shake your coconuts & drink your coconut water (it's full of iron).
Average, 10 Qns, gracious1, Jul 26 22
Average
gracious1 gold member
Jul 26 22
394 plays
7.
  Food in Titles of Sixties Songs   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz will see how well you recall songs of the sixties on the US charts that had food or drink in the title.
Tough, 10 Qns, shanteyman, Sep 02 11
Tough
shanteyman
1045 plays
8.
  Eating To The Beat    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Here are 10 songs with with "eat", "eating" or foodstuffs in the title. Match the artists associated with them.
Average, 10 Qns, darksplash, Jun 28 16
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darksplash
560 plays
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  Food and Drink in Music - A Second Course   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
After the success of my first course, I thought you might like second helpings...so here it is.
Average, 10 Qns, DaveH1960, Jul 14 10
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DaveH1960
846 plays
10.
  Instrumentals with Food or Drink in the Title   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Many instrumental songs have had references to food and drink in the title.
Tough, 10 Qns, shanteyman, Apr 28 11
Tough
shanteyman
575 plays
trivia question Quick Question
Tommy James and The Shondells also have a sweet substance that fits our quiz. What kind of beverage did they sing about?

From Quiz "Sweet Tooth"




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  Coffee or Tea   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A wide time span I hereby decree, Quizzing you about Coffee or Tea, In tunes quite eclectic, From Bach to electric, A quiz with no time penalty. All bar one question gives you a touch of lyric as a hint to the song.
Average, 10 Qns, casey317, May 05 11
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casey317
599 plays
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  Sing for Your Supper Quiz for Experts   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Shakespeare said, in "Twelfth Night," "If music be the food of love, play on!" Will you play this quiz which tests your knowledge of food in music?
Average, 10 Qns, FatherSteve, Aug 13 10
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FatherSteve gold member
922 plays
13.
  Sing For Your Supper   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Can you tell me which food item is missing from the lyrics?
Average, 10 Qns, kino76, Aug 21 16
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kino76 gold member
478 plays
14.
  Food and Drink in Songs    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
When listening to music one day I started to get peckish and wondered whether I could create a quiz to stop me feeling hungry, so I wound up the old gramophone and came up with this. The food may be in the title of the song or the group singing.
Average, 10 Qns, DaveH1960, Jun 25 10
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DaveH1960
1521 plays
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  Musical Menu   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Sit down to a nice little musical feast. Musicians and songs have often referenced food or drink in their names or their subjects. This quiz is about these references. Enjoy it with a nice little beverage, and try not to get crumbs on your keyboard.
Average, 10 Qns, Eauhomme, Feb 22 10
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Eauhomme
796 plays
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  Culinary Music    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
Food, drink and music go together, literally in this quiz. See how many of these songs and musical artists with some reference to food or drink in their title you can guess. Don't forget to use a napkin!
Average, 15 Qns, RAgamer51, Jul 21 16
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RAgamer51
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  Singing for their Supper    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Match the musical artist with their respective song, all of which are ostensibly based on some kind of food.
Average, 10 Qns, ClaudiaCat, Jul 28 17
Average
ClaudiaCat gold member
413 plays
18.
  A Lyrical Garden: Fruits and Veggies in Songs    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
All these songs mention fruits or vegetables. I'll give you a portion of the lyrics, and you try to remember which specific fruit or vegetable was mentioned. Have fun!
Average, 10 Qns, Lorvanwa, Dec 12 11
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Lorvanwa
510 plays
19.
  Eat Your Veggies    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
I was inspired by jcmttt's quiz about fruit in songs, so I decided to do a quiz about songs with vegetables in the title. Can you match the songs to the artists?
Average, 10 Qns, Kankurette, Jan 07 21
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Kankurette gold member
Jan 07 21
163 plays
20.
  Oldies Meal    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Oldies with a "food" theme.
Average, 10 Qns, robert362, Feb 04 04
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robert362
3742 plays
21.
  Down The Hatch or How One Drink Leads To Another!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A selection of music all connected to drinks of one sort or another - from early morning coffee through to late night carousing!
Tough, 10 Qns, baker13, Oct 27 10
Tough
baker13
589 plays
22.
  Musical Beverages    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
In this quiz we will meet ten beverages that are part of the title of a song.
Average, 10 Qns, gme24, Aug 17 15
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gme24 gold member
389 plays
23.
  Musical Meals    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
They say three square meals a day is the way to go. See how you get on with a musical dash through the day, maybe with some snacks in between!
Average, 10 Qns, Luckycharm60, Aug 05 09
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Luckycharm60 gold member
1232 plays
24.
  Turnip Greens in Song   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Turnip Greens are a leafy vegetable, popular in the South region of the US. Known for its low cost and high nutritional value, turnip greens have also found their way into song lyrics that represent several different genres
Average, 10 Qns, Bigwoo, Nov 01 07
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Bigwoo gold member
635 plays
25.
  I'm Hungry    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The following people all either wrote or performed a song that references a food in the title. Match the person with the song.
Average, 10 Qns, JellyTrollMorton, Mar 15 14
Average
JellyTrollMorton
1968 plays
26.
  Songs With Food In The Title    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
These are all a bunch of popular songs about food. Good luck with the quiz.
Tough, 10 Qns, diamondjim68, Jun 02 12
Tough
diamondjim68
478 plays
27.
  Music Flavour of the Month    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Ice cream flavours related to bands, singers and songs.
Average, 10 Qns, Glaschu, Mar 07 18
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Glaschu
Mar 07 18
305 plays
28.
  Sex & Drugs & Rock & Food!    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
Well, maybe not so much about Sex and Drugs...but lots of Food related Rock 'n' Roll!
Very Difficult, 15 Qns, roket555, Oct 17 23
Very Difficult
roket555
Oct 17 23
1214 plays
29.
  For Those About To Rock... Cheers!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Raise a glass, mug, jar, flagon or teacup to beverages that appear in song lyrics.
Difficult, 10 Qns, Seurat, Jan 06 08
Difficult
Seurat
762 plays
30.
  Eat This Song!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Lots of songs are about eating. Here's a few of them.
Difficult, 10 Qns, hootch, Feb 17 06
Difficult
hootch
947 plays
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Food and Drink in Songs Trivia Questions

1. The American contemporary artist Joseph Canger named one of his works after this track by Golden Earring.

From Quiz
Music Flavour of the Month

Answer: Vanilla Queen

Golden Earring is a Dutch band, who have been around since the 1970s. "Radar Love", released in 1973, was their biggest chart success.

2. Supertramp - "Breakfast in America"(1979) "Could we have ________ for breakfast Mummy dear, Mummy dear"

From Quiz Sing For Your Supper

Answer: Kippers

"Breakfast in America" was released on the album of the same name in 1979. The song managed to reach position nine on the "UK Singles" chart, but only managed sixty-second on the "US Billboard Hot 100" chart. The album itself managed to win Supertramp two Grammy awards in 1980 and reached number one in the US, Australia, Norway and Austria.

3. "Lie down on the couch! What does that mean? You're a nut! You're crazy in the coconut! What does that mean? That boy needs therapy!" The Avalanches sing these lyrics in what "therapeutic" song from their debut album?

From Quiz Crazy in the Coconut!

Answer: Frontier Psychiatrist

The Avalanches, an Australian club music group, released this single in 2000 from their album "Since I Left You". Producers Robbie Chater and Darren Seltmann, also members of the band, amply sampled from other songs and from the Canadian comedy duo Wayne and Shuster, who frequently appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show in the USA. A spoken sample at the start ("Is Dexter ill?") comes from John Waters' eccentric comedy film "Polyester" (1981) -- replayed atop the theme music from the epic drama "Lawrence of Arabia" (1962). The song is full of such mish-mashes! "Frontier Psychiatrist" hit number eighteen in the UK Singles Chart and number forty-nine in Australia, but failed to chart in the USA.

4. Jack Johnson sings of using a certain fruit or veggie to flavor a food usually reserved for breakfast: "...Maybe we can sleep in, I'll make you _____ pancakes, pretend like its the weekend now..." Which fruit or veggie goes here?

From Quiz A Lyrical Garden: Fruits and Veggies in Songs

Answer: banana

The song, aptly named "Banana Pancakes," can be found on Jack Johnson's album "In Between Dreams," released March 1st, 2005.

5. Which group almost topped the charts with their US Number Two 1964 hit, "Bread and Butter"?

From Quiz Food in Titles of Sixties Songs

Answer: The Newbeats

"Bread and Butter" was a single released by The Newbeats. Brothers Dean and Mark Mathis were the core of The Newbeats. They were both members of their high school band in Georgia. Upon graduation the two brothers worked for various bands including Dale Hawkins' band and the Western Swing Band. They met Larry Henley, invited him to join the band and signed a contract with Hickory Records. Henley parted company with the band to pursue a solo career and went on to success as the composer of "Wind Beneath my Wings". The Newbeats released several singles following "Bread and Butter" but did not enjoy the same chart success, breaking up in 1974. "California Sun" was a Top Ten in 1964 for the Rivieras. J. Frank Wilson and The Cavaliers also nudged the top of the charts with their Number Two hit, "Last Kiss" and "She's the One" was a US Top Forty by The Chartbusters.

6. The Champs had a big fifties hit with "Tequila". What was the name of their 1960 Top Forty follow-up US instrumental?

From Quiz Instrumentals with Food or Drink in the Title

Answer: Too Much Tequila

"Too Much Tequila" made it to Number 30 on the US charts, nowhere near their Number one 1958 hit, "Tequila". "Limbo Rock" and "La Cucaracha" were other releases by the band. Saxophone player Danny Flores composed the song and recorded under the name of Chuck Rio to avoid problems with another label he was under contract to. Flores signed away the rights to the song in the United States but maintained international rights. After "Tequila" was featured in a dance sequence in the 1985 film, "Pee Wee's Big Adventure", rapper Joeski Love had a Hip Hop hit based on the tune. The other names are fictitious.

7. As most people seem to need their shot of caffeine to get kick-started let's start you off with "The Coffee Song". The lyric goes "They've got an awful lot of coffee in ..." which South American country?

From Quiz Down The Hatch or How One Drink Leads To Another!

Answer: Brazil

The song was written by Dick Miles and first recorded by Frank Sinatra in 1946. Many other artists have recorded it since including Louis Prima, Rosemary Clooney and The Muppets. It sends up the Brazilian coffee surplus where "Coffee beans grow by the millions" which had become so desperate that "A politician's daughter was accused of drinking water and fined a great big fifty dollar bill."

8. Lionel Bart wrote the opening song for both the stage and movie versions of "Oliver!" (1960, 1968). In it, the warehouse boys rhapsodize their love for "hot sausage and mustard ... cold jelly and custard." What is the name of this song?

From Quiz Sing for Your Supper

Answer: Food, Glorious Food

The lyrics express the boys' dreams for better food while receiving their ration of gruel from the operators of the workhouse. "Oliver!" won an Oscar for the Best Musical Score of a Musical Picture.

9. This Bob Dylan tune appeared on his album 'Desire'. Clue? 'A drink 'fore I go to the valley below.'

From Quiz Coffee or Tea

Answer: One More Cup of Coffee

On 'One more Cup of Coffee' Emmylou Harris helps out on the vocals. Bob wrote this song alone, but seven of the other nine songs on 'Desire' he co-wrote with Jacques Levy.

10. For a successful dinner party you need a good wine. In 1983, British group UB40 had a number one hit in the UK with a cover version of a song originally written and sung by Neil Diamond. What song was this?

From Quiz Food and Drink in Music - A Second Course

Answer: Red, Red Wine

The UB40 version of 'Red, Red Wine' finally reached number one on the Billboard 100 charts in October 1988, fully 20 years after Neil Diamond reached number 63. Wine is an alcoholic drink usually made by fermenting grape juice, although wine can be made using just about any fruit or vegetable. It is believed that wine was first produced around about 6000BC in an area now known as Iran or Georgia.

11. The classic tune "Puttin' On the Ritz" was a surprise hit by a Dutch/Indonesian singer with the name of what Mexican food?

From Quiz Musical Menu

Answer: Taco

"Puttin' On the Ritz" was written in 1929 by Irving Berlin and released for the film of the same name in 1930. It was a slang term at the time for dressing fashionably (referencing the Ritz hotel). It has been covered numerous times, almost always in connection with a film (including, most humorously, by Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle in "Young Frankenstein"). Taco Ockerse (Yes, Taco is his real first name) released a synth-pop version in 1982 in which he also references several other classic musical film songs (most notably, "Gotta Dance" from "Singin' In the Rain").

12. Which group introduced us to the delights of "Sherry" in 1962?

From Quiz For Those About To Rock... Cheers!

Answer: The Four Seasons

Their second single, but the first to chart and the first to hit number one. The Four Lovers was one of the Four Seasons' previous names.

13. In this country music hit song Billy Currington ends the song by thanking God for turnip greens. What is the name of this song?

From Quiz Turnip Greens in Song

Answer: Good Directions

"Good Directions" appeared on Currington's second album entitled "Doin' Something Right". It was a Top 10 song on the US Country Charts.

14. Meals often include "bread and butter". What group had a hit with that song?

From Quiz Oldies Meal

Answer: Newbeats

Basically, "Bread and Butter" was a one-hit event for this group. The Casinos were also basically one-hit wonders with the successful "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye". Mel and Tim did what is (in my opinion) the worst song ever made: "Backfield in Motion". The Youngbloods did "Get Together".

15. 'Silly Love Songs' was the first title to hit number one for what band, fronted by former Beatle Paul McCartney?

From Quiz Tasty Tunes: No 1 hits

Answer: Wings

'Silly Love Songs' was the third McCartney-written or co-written song to be the top single of the entire year (1976), joining 'I Want To Hold Your Hand' (1964) and 'Hey Jude' (1968).

16. The Ben & Jerry ice cream flavour 'Cherry Garcia' was named after the lead guitarist and vocalist of which American band?

From Quiz Music Flavour of the Month

Answer: Grateful Dead

The flavour was named after Jerry Garcia of Grateful Dead. Garcia died of a heart attack in 1995, aged just 53. Fans of the band were known as "Deadheads".

17. Pink Floyd - "Money" (1973) "New car, ______, four star daydream Think I'll buy me a football team"

From Quiz Sing For Your Supper

Answer: Caviar

"Money" was released as a single from Pink Floyd's 1973 album "The Dark Side of the Moon". The song reached number thirteen on the "US Billboards Hot 100" chart and was Pink Floyd's first US hit. The best chart position was at sixth on the French charts.

18. The meeting with Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits happened in October 1966. Peter looked extremely sad and with tears in his eyes, and while writing a note, explained that "my love has gone away". What did Peter's note say?

From Quiz Musical Beverages

Answer: No Milk Today

"No Milk Today" was written by Graham Gouldman of 10cc fame. It was released as a single and was also a track on the album "There's a Kind of Hush All Over the World". The group had a string of successful recordings in the 1960s and early 1970s. The line of the group at that time was Peter Noone, Vance Brescia, Billy Sullivan, Rich Spina and Dave Ferrara.

19. What food profession was Van Halen in, according to one of their early songs?

From Quiz Songs With Food In The Title

Answer: Ice Cream Man

"Ice Cream Man" was from Van Halen's first, self-titled album. It was released in 1978.

20. The band 'Presidents of the United States of America' had a hit song, singing of their future plans: "Movin' to the country, I'm gonna eat a lot of ____" Which fruit or veggie goes here?

From Quiz A Lyrical Garden: Fruits and Veggies in Songs

Answer: peaches

The single "Peaches" was released in February of 1996. The song reached number eight on the Billboard Hot Modern Rock Chart (U.S.) and was Grammy nominated in 1996 (even though the band admittedly borrowed lyrics from Bad Company's "Feel Like Makin' Love"). "Peaches" is ripe (pun intended) for parody; both Bill Nye the Science Guy and Weird Al Yankovich released parodies of the song.

21. Which song went to Number Six for Jay and The Techniques in 1967?

From Quiz Food in Titles of Sixties Songs

Answer: Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie

"Keep The Ball Rollin'" and "Strawberry Shortcake" were follow up releases by Jay and The Techniques after their debut single, "Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie", made the Top Ten. The integrated band formed in the mid-sixties in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Jay Proctor was the founder of the group and sang lead. The band secured a record deal with Smash Records and released a number of singles until their final release, "Number Onderful". Valerie Simpson, Nick Ashford and Melba Moore frequently backed the band vocally. "Incense and Peppermints" was a chart-topper by Strawberry Alarm Clock in 1967. Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass recorded an instrumental version of "A Taste of Honey". Martha and the Vandellas released "Honey Chile" in 1967.

22. "Ole Buttermilk Sky" was a number 25 instrumental by Bill Black's Combo in 1961. Bill Black gained fame as an animated upright bass player for which legendary artist?

From Quiz Instrumentals with Food or Drink in the Title

Answer: Elvis Presley

William Patton "Bill" Black, Jr.was not really impressed with Elvis when Sun Records producer Sam Phillips recruited him and guitarist Scotty Moore to back Elvis in concerts and recordings. They realized that Elvis would be successful after the release of "That's All Right" and committed to playing with him full time. The pair recorded and toured with Elvis and drummer D. J. Fontana until September, 1957, continuing with him after RCA bought Elvis' contract. After the musicians went their own ways Black continued to record on sessions for Elvis for another year. He then formed Bill Black's Combo in 1959 and had a string of instrumental hits. James Kirkland was one of Ricky's early bass players. In 1976 Jerry Lee Lewis accidentally shot and wounded his bass player, Butch Owens, while attempting to shoot a bottle. Bass player and songwriter Willie Dixon played on many of Chuck Berry's early Chess Records recordings.

23. The Mamas and the Papas had a 1967 hit with their rendition of a 1938 song written by Richard Rogers and Lorenz Hart. It included the line "Songbirds always eat, if their song is sweet to hear." What was its title?

From Quiz Sing for Your Supper

Answer: Sing for Your Supper

The song was written for the Broadway musical "Boys from Syracuse." It has been recorded by Rudy Vallée, Count Basie, Mel Tormé, and Cher.

24. 'You are precisely my cup of tea', is a line sung by the female lead (and others) from the popular '50s musical, 'The King and I'. Select the title of the song that contained this line.

From Quiz Coffee or Tea

Answer: Getting To Know You

Originally, the award winning songwriters, Rodgers and Hammerstein, were keen to have Rex Harrison in the role of the King. He was committed elsewhere so it went to Yul Brynner, who also got the role in the film version.

25. This was an instrumental hit from 1972 for Hot Butter; what was the name of this tune?

From Quiz Food and Drink in Songs

Answer: Popcorn

Released in 1972 and played on a 'Moog' synthesizer, 'Popcorn' became a world-wide hit reaching number five in the UK, number nine on the American Billboard pop chart and number one in a number of other countries. Popcorn is, as the name suggests, popped corn; originally discovered by native Americans it is now an extremely popular snack food all over the world.

26. Ever have one of those songs that "Linger" in your head? A couple that do for me are "Dreams" and "Ode to My Family". What food-named Irish group came out with these songs?

From Quiz Musical Menu

Answer: The Cranberries

The original name of the group was "The Cranberry Saw Us", but the Irish group led by Delores O'Riordan changed the name before they submitted their demo tapes for their first album. Their songs tend to be very unique and quirky, with O'Riordan's high vocals mixing in chants and whines with the lyrics.

27. "Breakfast at Tiffany's", is not only a great film, but the title of a song recorded by which American rock band in 1996?

From Quiz Musical Meals

Answer: Deep Blue Something

This song featured on the album "Home". The title obviously references the wonderful Audrey Hepburn movie. The singer's girlfriend is breaking up with him, as she says they have nothing in common. In desperation, he tries to think of something they do have in common, and sings - "And I said what about "Breakfast at Tiffany's? She said, "I think I remember the film, And as I recall, I think, we both kinda liked it. And I said, "Well, that's the one thing we've got."

28. Which song off the Trainspotting soundtrack extolled the virtues of "Lager, Lager, Lager"?

From Quiz For Those About To Rock... Cheers!

Answer: Born Slippy - Underworld

Underworld (Karl Hyde and Rick Smith) recorded two albums in the 80s as a band with a squiggle instead of a name, though they ended up being referred to as Freur.

29. The song "Down Home Girl" was recorded by The Coasters and The Rolling Stones. In this song what smells like turnip greens?

From Quiz Turnip Greens in Song

Answer: The Down Home Girls' Perfume

"Down Home Girl" was written by Jerry Leiber who also wrote the lyrics to such classics as "Heartbreak Hotel", "Yakety Yak" and "Jailhouse Rock". This song was also recorded by Nazareth

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