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Quiz about Heaven or Hell
Quiz about Heaven or Hell

Heaven or Hell? Trivia Quiz


Both heaven and hell have been used often in song titles over the years. See if you can correctly guess which one goes where.

A matching quiz by zorba_scank. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
zorba_scank
Time
3 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
388,781
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Very Easy
Avg Score
9 / 10
Plays
812
Awards
Top 10% Quiz
(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. "Stairway to ____" - Led Zeppelin  
  Heaven
2. "Tears in ____" - Eric Clapton  
  Heaven
3. "Highway to ____" - AC/DC  
  Heaven
4. "____ Is a Place on Earth" - Belinda Carlisle  
  Hell
5. "Bat Out Of ____" - Meat Loaf  
  Heaven
6. "Saints in ____" - Judas Priest  
  Hell
7. "Knockin' on ____'s Door" - Bob Dylan  
  Hell
8. "Run Like ____" - Pink Floyd  
  Heaven
9. "It Must Be ____" - The Rolling Stones  
  Hell
10. "Pennies from ____" - Bing Crosby  
  Hell





Select each answer

1. "Stairway to ____" - Led Zeppelin
2. "Tears in ____" - Eric Clapton
3. "Highway to ____" - AC/DC
4. "____ Is a Place on Earth" - Belinda Carlisle
5. "Bat Out Of ____" - Meat Loaf
6. "Saints in ____" - Judas Priest
7. "Knockin' on ____'s Door" - Bob Dylan
8. "Run Like ____" - Pink Floyd
9. "It Must Be ____" - The Rolling Stones
10. "Pennies from ____" - Bing Crosby

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "Stairway to ____" - Led Zeppelin

Answer: Heaven

"Stairway to Heaven" by the British rock band Led Zeppelin is regarded by many as one of the best rock songs of all times and featured on 'best song' lists even forty years after it was first released in 1971. It was jointly written by band members Robert Plant and Jimmy Page.
2. "Tears in ____" - Eric Clapton

Answer: Heaven

"Tears in Heaven" was written by Eric Clapton and Will Jennings. It featured on the soundtrack of the 1991 movie "Rush" and was a major hit for Clapton. The song won multiple Grammy awards including "Best Song" and "Best Pop Vocal Performance Male". Clapton wrote the song to help deal with his grief over losing his four year old son to a freak accident when the little boy fell from a 53rd floor apartment in New York City.

The song struck a chord with people worldwide, going platinum in various countries.
3. "Highway to ____" - AC/DC

Answer: Hell

"Highway to Hell" featured on the album of the same name by the Australian rock band AC/DC. It is famous for a guitar riff added by the guitarist Scott Young who is also credited as one of the song writers along with Bon Scott, the vocalist and Malcolm Young.

This was the last album to feature Bon Scott who died in 1980. The band later performed this song at the ceremony where they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
4. "____ Is a Place on Earth" - Belinda Carlisle

Answer: Heaven

"Heaven Is a Place on Earth" was the only Number one hit for Belinda Carlisle in the United States of America. It was written by Ellen Shipley and Rick Nowles and remains Carlisle's best known song. Backup vocals were provided by Shipley, Nowels and Michelle Phillips of The Mamas & The Papas. Carlisle was earlier the lead singer for the funk band The Go-Gos before branching out on her own.
5. "Bat Out Of ____" - Meat Loaf

Answer: Hell

"Bat Out of Hell" was released as a single by the singer Meat Loaf first in 1979 and re-released in 1993. It was also included on the album of the same name. Written by Jim Steinman, the song has an almost two minute long instrumental piece at the beginning. "Bat Out of Hell" has developed such a strong following and become so closely associated with the singer, that Meat Loaf began using it as the final song on all his live concerts.
6. "Saints in ____" - Judas Priest

Answer: Hell

"Saints in Hell" was recorded by the rock band Judas Priest. It featured on the album "Stained Class" where all the songs had dark themes and lyrics. The album was also the subject of a civil trial action in 1990 where the songs were held responsible for suicide attempts of two teenagers. Conversely, the album is also regarded as one of the band's best works.
7. "Knockin' on ____'s Door" - Bob Dylan

Answer: Heaven

"Knockin' on Heaven's Door" was written and sung by songwriter and Nobel laureate, Bob Dylan. It was originally written for the film "Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid". The lyrics reflect the happenings on screen with the song playing while sheriff is dying after having been shot. Dylan also makes a cameo appearance in the film.

The song was covered by many different singers and bands including Guns N' Roses, Aretha Franklin, Eric Clapton and Bon Jovi.
8. "Run Like ____" - Pink Floyd

Answer: Hell

The English band Pink Floyd recorded the song "Run Like Hell" for their iconic album "The Wall". It was written by David Gilmour and Roger Waters. "The Wall" is considered to be a concept album having been originally conceptualized in the form of a rock opera. All the songs follow the narrative of a bitter rockstar named Pink, who was modeled on some of the band members themselves.
9. "It Must Be ____" - The Rolling Stones

Answer: Hell

"It Must Be Hell" is one of the lesser known songs recorded by The Rolling Stones. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, it featured on the album named "Undercover".

"Must be hell living in the world
Suffering in the world like you
Must be hell living in the world
Suffering in the world like you

I say we we are heaven bound
I say we we are heaven bound
I say we we are heaven bound"
10. "Pennies from ____" - Bing Crosby

Answer: Heaven

"Pennies from Heaven" featured on the soundtrack of the movie by the same name. Sung by Bing Crosby, it was also nominated for an Oscar for Best Song. The song's popularity led to various other singers recording versions of it. Famous among these are Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, Tony Bennett and Frank Sinatra. The Bing Crosby version was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2004.
Source: Author zorba_scank

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