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Quiz about Kenny Chesney Lyrics 3
Quiz about Kenny Chesney Lyrics 3

Kenny Chesney Lyrics 3 Trivia Quiz


My third quiz about songs found on Kenny Chesney's albums. How well do you know the name of these songs simply by reading some of the lyrics?

A multiple-choice quiz by Beasuare. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
Beasuare
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
262,260
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
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Avg Score
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Question 1 of 10
1. What Kenny Chesney song contains the line, "The best love is the love that you give. There'll be times when you wanna hold on but you gotta let go?" Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. In what song did Kenny Chesney sing, "Your voice painted us a picture of all the losses and the wins?" Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. Name this Kenny Chesney song. "Girl in white outside a church in June but the church bells they ain't ringin'. . ." Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. In what song did Kenny Chesney sing this line? "Some things never change. My heart hasn't yet." Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. Can you name this Kenny Chesney song by reading this line of the song? "Just the wind, the rocks, the waves, and you and me." Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. Which Kenny Chesney song is this from? "She said she's got a dream and I asked what it is." Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. Do you know this Kenny Chesney song? "Girls were a mystery that we couldn't explain." Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. What Kenny Chesney song is this line from? "Darlin' did you come here tonight just to rescue me?" Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. Can you name this Kenny Chesney song? "I've had a good time it's true." Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. One last Kenny Chesney song to name. Do you know it by reading this lyric, "It's like a curse that is the cure. Better or worse, one thing's for sure, it's real love?" Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. What Kenny Chesney song contains the line, "The best love is the love that you give. There'll be times when you wanna hold on but you gotta let go?"

Answer: Grandpa Told Me So

The Song is "Grandpa Told Me So" and it was written by Mark Alan Springer, who has written many hits such as "Cool to Be a Fool" and James Dean Hicks who has written for almost every artist in country music and is a singer, songwriter and producer. Kenny recorded it on his "All I Need To Know" album in June 1995.

The album went Gold, Kenny's first album to do that, and the song went to #23 on the country charts.
2. In what song did Kenny Chesney sing, "Your voice painted us a picture of all the losses and the wins?"

Answer: Touchdown Tennessee

The song is called "Touchdown Tennessee" and it was a special edition single released as a tribute to John Ward, also known as the "Voice of the Vols", who retired from announcing Tennessee football and basketball games in 1998. A portion of all proceeds were donated to the St. Jude's Children's Hospital and to the John Ward Scholarship Fund.
3. Name this Kenny Chesney song. "Girl in white outside a church in June but the church bells they ain't ringin'. . ."

Answer: One Step Up

The song is "One Step Up", a remake of a 1987 Bruce Springsteen song on the "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems" album released in 2002. Kenny Chesney covered the song even though he usually doesn't do covers. He thought the song was very country and loved the lyrics, written by Bruce when he and his first wife were having marriage problems. Kenny sent his version to Bruce and he sent him back a note saying he did a great job with it and brought a lot of feeling to the lyrics.
4. In what song did Kenny Chesney sing this line? "Some things never change. My heart hasn't yet."

Answer: Somebody Take Me Home

The song "Somebody Take Me Home" was written by Radney Foster and Randy Rogers and was a cut on Rogers album "RollerCoaster". This song was released on Kenny Chesney's album "The Road and the Radio" in November 2005. The album was triple platinum and hit #1 on Billboard 200 and the Country Charts.
5. Can you name this Kenny Chesney song by reading this line of the song? "Just the wind, the rocks, the waves, and you and me."

Answer: I Can't Go There

On Kenny Chesney's "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems" album, he and Skip Ewing co-wrote a song called "I Can't Go There" and it features Tim McGraw singing backup. The song is a very personal one for Kenny and is about the break up with his fiancÚ. The "No Shoes" album was quadruple platinum for Kenny, but the song was never released to radio. He did sing it on a CMT special in 2002.
6. Which Kenny Chesney song is this from? "She said she's got a dream and I asked what it is."

Answer: She Thinks My Tractors Sexy

"She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" was the seventh track on "Everywhere We Go", Kenny's fifth album released in 1999. The song was written by Paul Overstreet and Jim Collins. Critics didn't like the song but the fans loved it and Kenny used the song as his encore up to 2007 Flip Flop Summer Tour.

His album went to #5 on the charts but the song never hit the top ten. However it's still one of Kenny's most popular songs to date according to his fans.
7. Do you know this Kenny Chesney song? "Girls were a mystery that we couldn't explain."

Answer: Young

The song is "Young" written by Craig Wiseman, who has written several hits for Kenny, such as "Summertime". His co-writers were Naoise Sheridan and Steve McEwan, who wrote "Cry" for Faith Hill. The song was first released in 2002 on the "No Shoes" album and hit #2 on the country charts. The song was released again on Kenny's "Live" album in 2006.
8. What Kenny Chesney song is this line from? "Darlin' did you come here tonight just to rescue me?"

Answer: In My Wildest Dreams

"In My Wildest Dreams" was also the name of Kenny Chesney's first album and the title track on the album. The song was written by Danny Kees and Aaron Tippin and was first released on Aaron's album "You've Got To Stand For Something". The song was rated #37 by Top Heatseekers in 1994. Top Heatseekers is an album chart that tracks new artists who have never had a song on the Billboard Top 200. Kenny's CD, "In My Wildest Dreams" was released in 1994 and released again, ten years later in 2004.
9. Can you name this Kenny Chesney song? "I've had a good time it's true."

Answer: Livin Fast Forward

The answer is, "Livin Fast Forward", and it was written by David Lee Murphy and Rivers Rutherford. David Lee Murphy is best known for his song, "Dust on the Bottle" and has written several other songs as well. This song was on Kenny Chesney's "The Road and the Radio" cd which was released in 2005.

The song hit #1 on the Country charts in 2006 and stayed there for three weeks. This song and its writers were honored with an ASCAP award in 2006.
10. One last Kenny Chesney song to name. Do you know it by reading this lyric, "It's like a curse that is the cure. Better or worse, one thing's for sure, it's real love?"

Answer: I Lost It

"I Lost It" was a brand new song released on Kenny Chesney's "Greatest Hits" album in 2000. It was written by Neil Thrasher, who also wrote "There Goes My Life" and Jimmy Olander who is from the country group "Diamond Rio." The "Greatest Hits" cd went to #1 and quadruple platinum while the song topped out at #3 on the country charts.
Source: Author Beasuare

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