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Give Me All Your Money! Trivia Quiz


There are a lot of songs about money, and these are just a few of them with the actual word in the title. Let's see if you're 'on the money' and can pick the right group or solo artist to match.

A matching quiz by reedy. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
reedy
Time
4 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
403,463
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
569
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
QuestionsChoices
1. "Easy Money'  
  ABBA
2. "Follow the Money"  
  The Beatles
3. "Keep Your Eye on the Money"  
  Pink Floyd
4. "Money"  
  AC/DC
5. "Money for Nothing"  
  Mötley Crüe
6. "Money, Money, Money"  
  Dire Straits
7. "Moneytalks"  
  Billy Joel
8. "She Works Hard for the Money"  
  The Proclaimers
9. "Take the Money and Run"  
  Donna Summer
10. "You Never Give Me Your Money"  
  The Steve Miller Band





Select each answer

1. "Easy Money'
2. "Follow the Money"
3. "Keep Your Eye on the Money"
4. "Money"
5. "Money for Nothing"
6. "Money, Money, Money"
7. "Moneytalks"
8. "She Works Hard for the Money"
9. "Take the Money and Run"
10. "You Never Give Me Your Money"

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "Easy Money'

Answer: Billy Joel

"Easy Money" was the first of ten songs on Billy Joel's 1983 (ninth) studio album "An Innocent Man", but it was not one of the seven singles featured from the album. That said, it did have its own significance.

The song was written as a tribute to R&B music, and specifically to James Brown and Wilson Pickett. But it was also written for Rodney Dangerfield's film of the same name, as its theme song. Dangerfield returned the favour by making a cameo in the music video for "Tell Her About It" from the same album.

The album peaked at number four on the US Billboard 200.
2. "Follow the Money"

Answer: The Proclaimers

"Follow the Money" was the fourth track on The Proclaimers' third studio album, "Hit the Highway", which was released in 1994. The album continued their penchant for writing acoustic rock and roll and R&B tunes that was established in their first two albums. "Hit the Highway" reached number one on the Scottish Albums Sales Chart, although "Follow the Money" was not one of the three single releases from the album.
3. "Keep Your Eye on the Money"

Answer: Mötley Crüe

"Keep Your Eye on the Money" was originally released in 1985 on a promo record for Mötley Crüe's third studio album "Theatre of Pain" with "Home Sweet Home" on the B side, but not actually as a single in the traditional sense. The album was produced after their incredible rise to fame, and the band members were not in the best of personal circumstances at the time.

But they pulled it together to do the studio recording, and "Keep Your Eye on the Money" was a song that kind of captured the moment, with lyrics that seemed to speak of the excesses of the previous few years. The album reached number six on the US Billboard 200.
4. "Money"

Answer: Pink Floyd

"Money" was the first single release for Pink Floyd's 1973 album "The Dark Side of the Moon" (along with "Any Colour You Like" on the B side). Known for its time changes (7/8 to 4/4) and sound effects (cash registers and coins), it became the band's first hit in the United States, reaching number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100.

As a whole package, "The Dark Side of the Moon" fared somewhat better, reaching number one on the US Billboard 200.
5. "Money for Nothing"

Answer: Dire Straits

"Money for Nothing" was the most successful single ever produced by Dire Straits. It was the second single released from their fifth studio album "Brothers in Arms" (1985) and had the distinction of being the first music video played when MTV Europe was launched in 1987.

The song also featured Sting as a guest vocalist. It received a number of accolades, including the Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal and Video of the Year at the MTV Video Music Awards. On the US Billboard Hot 100, it held the number one spot for three weeks.

The album "Brothers in Arms" did just as well, reaching number one on the US Billboard 200 (and on a number of charts in other countries).
6. "Money, Money, Money"

Answer: ABBA

"Money, Money, Money" was the second single released from ABBA's 1976 (fourth) studio album "Arrival". The album included the hits "Dancing Queen" and "Knowing Me, Knowing You", which (along with "Money, Money, Money") together would rocket the album to the top of the charts in many countries (including Sweden, Norway, Australia, New Zealand and the UK), but it only reached number 20 on the US Billboard 200.

As far as the success of the song as a single, "Money, Money, Money" would only reach number 56 on the US Billboard Hot 100, even while reaching number one in other markets (including the Eurochart Hot 100 Singles).
7. "Moneytalks"

Answer: AC/DC

"Moneytalks" was the second single released off of their twelfth studio album "The Razor's Edge" (1990), reaching number 23 on the US Billboard Hot 100, the band's best ever showing on the chart at the time.

The success of "The Razor's Edge" album remained on the US Billboard 200 chart for a total of 77 weeks, peaking at number two. Its success prompted a world tour by the band.
8. "She Works Hard for the Money"

Answer: Donna Summer

"She Works Hard for the Money" was the first single release from Donna Summer's 1983 album of the same name, her eleventh studio album. It has become known as her signature song, and was one of her biggest ever hits, staying at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks.

Co-written with Michael Omartian, "She Works Hard for the Money" is based on a real woman that Summer met named Onetta Johnson, exhausted from her job at L.A. restaurant Chasen's.

The album reached number nine on the US Billboard 200.
9. "Take the Money and Run"

Answer: The Steve Miller Band

"Take the Money and Run" was the first release from The Steve Miller Band's 1976 (ninth) studio album "Fly Like an Eagle", with "Sweet Maree" on the B side.

The song was about two young men on the run from the police. It became a solid hit for the band, reaching number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, and the album "Fly Like an Eagle" reached number three on the Billboard 200.
10. "You Never Give Me Your Money"

Answer: The Beatles

"You Never Give Me Your Money" was written for The Beatles' last album (1969's "Abbey Road") and became the first part of the larger "Medley" found on the second side of the album; it was conceived of as a 'finale' song for what was turning out to be their last album. According to Paul McCartney, the story behind the song had to do with the financial difficulties the band had been having, as well as their disagreements about manager Allan Klein.

Amongst others, "Abbey Road" reached number one on the UK Albums chart and on the US Billboard Top LPs chart.
Source: Author reedy

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