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1. Name this song from early 1958.
"And just in case you feel you want to hold her
you'll have a pocketful of starlight."
2. "This time tomorrow, reckon where I'll be?
Hadn't have been for Grayson, I'd have been in Tennessee."
Name the song.
3. Who was this song about?
"He took over Washington so I hear tell.
He patched up the crack in the Liberty Bell."
4. "You may talk about your Clementine and sing of Rosalie" was a line from which song? The singers much preferred this other charmer!
5. Can you identify the title of this #5 song from 1955?
"Cadillac doin' 'bout ninety-five.
Bumper to bumper and side by side."
6. "For my darling I love you, and I always will."
Identify this #1 from 1956 performed by "The King".
7. "You tell me you love me, you say you'll be true.
Then you fly around with somebody new."
Name this #1 song from 1957.
8. Name this 'sweet' tune!
"Sweeter than candy on a stick,
huckleberry, cherry or lime."
9. "Don't care to hear 'em play a tango.
I'm in no mood to dig a mambo.
It's way too early for a congo.
So keep a-rockin' that piano."
Name this rock anthem from the pen of Chuck Berry.
10. Let's end this volume with some goofiness!
A little hint; from 1956, there were two versions of this song. There was the "black" R&B version by Little Richard and the sanitized "white" version performed by Pat Boone.
Source: Author maddogrick16
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