Quiz about Fractured Engelbert Songs Volume III
Quiz about Fractured Engelbert Songs Volume III

Fractured Engelbert Songs: Volume III Quiz


Read these strange clues aloud. Each one sounds like the title of a song recorded by Engelbert, some hits and some lesser known. This time they're longer and a little harder than in earlier installments of this series. See how many you can work out.

A multiple-choice quiz by Catreona. Estimated time: 6 mins.
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Author
Catreona
Time
6 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
371,775
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
6 / 10
Plays
103
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1. Pay shan't leeway ding

Answer: (2 words; 9 and 7 letters)
2. Butte Eiffel bay bee

Answer: (2 words; 9 and 4 letters)
3. Hey low wowed air

Answer: (Three Words)
4. Wind tar whirl doll of

Answer: (Four Words)
5. Wand Earl lamb pine eyed

Answer: (Three Words)
6. Engelbert covered this Glen Campbell hit. Can you work out the title?

Jen talon mime I end

Answer: (4 words; 6, 2, 2 and 4 letters)
7. Law fin cute Oolong

Answer: (Four Words 6, 3, 3, 4)
8. Aim ennui towel off

Answer: (4 words; 1, 3, 7 and 4 letters)
9. Nut ding Indus swirled

Answer: (4 words; 7, 2, 4 and 5 letters)
10. Fran mere two whit turn nutty

Answer: (4 words; 4, 4, 2 and 8 letters (Watch your spelling.))

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Pay shan't leeway ding

Answer: Patiently Waiting

Pay + shan't + lee = patiently. Way + ding = waiting. The answer is Patiently Waiting.

"Patiently Waiting"is on "You and Your Lover," 1983.
2. Butte Eiffel bay bee

Answer: Beautiful Baby

Butte + Eiffel = beautiful, while bay + bee = baby. The answer is Beautiful Baby.

"Beautiful Baby" comes from the 1983 album "You and Your Lover."
3. Hey low wowed air

Answer: Hello Out There

Hey + low = hello. The W goes with the preceding word. Owed = out. Glide the D from the preceding word together with air and dair sounds sort of like there. The answer is Hello Out There.

"Hello Out There" is the title track from Engelbert's 1992 album.
4. Wind tar whirl doll of

Answer: Winter World of Love

Wind + tar = winter. Whirl + d = world. O =of and l + of = love. The answer is Winter World of Love.

"Winter World of Love was issued as a single in 1969 as well as on that year's "Engelbert Humperdinck" album.
5. Wand Earl lamb pine eyed

Answer: Wonderland by Night

Wand + er = wonder, the L goes with the next part of the word while lam sounds sort of like land. The B goes with the next word, so B + pi = by and n + eyed = night. The answer is Wonderland by Night.

"Wonderland by Night" is from the 1968 release "A Man without Love."
6. Engelbert covered this Glen Campbell hit. Can you work out the title? Jen talon mime I end

Answer: Gentle on My Mind

Jen + tal = gentil. On is itself, on. Mi = my and m + I + end works out to mind. The answer is Gentle on My Mind.

"Gentle on My Mind" is on the 1969 album titled "Engelbert Humperdinck."
7. Law fin cute Oolong

Answer: Loving You Too Long

Law + fin + c = loving and u = you. T + oo = too and long is left over. The answer is Loving You too Long.

"Lovin' You Too Long" is on "This Moment in Time," 1979.
8. Aim ennui towel off

Answer: A Man without Love

Ai = a. The m goes with the next word. In this case, en sounds rather like ahn so you get man. Ui sounds like we you add that to tow to get something that sounds rather like without. The L goes with off to make love. The answer is "A Man Without Love."

"A Man without Love" is the title track on Engelbert's 1968 album.
9. Nut ding Indus swirled

Answer: Nothing in This World

Nut + ding = nothing. Indus sounds more or less like in this. The S goes with the preceding word and wirled = world. The answer is Nothing in This World.

"Nothing in This World" appears on three 2001 releases: the CDs "It's All in the Game" and "Engelbert At His Very Best" and the concert DVD "Engelbert Live at the London Palladium."
10. Fran mere two whit turn nutty

Answer: From Here to Eternity

Fran sounds sort of like from. The m of mere goes with the preceding word and ere sounds sort of like here. Tow = to. The w goes with the preceding word and it + turn + nutty = eternity. The answer is From Here to Eternity.

"From Here to Eternity" is on 1968's "A Man without Love."
Source: Author Catreona

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