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1. If you know classic rock, the only thing you need to know about this song is: Beatles - 1968. Which Fab Four tune has the second line: "Take a sad song and make it better"?
2. If you spent 'A Night At The Opera' back in 1975 like I did, you 'May' remember this song. "Assembled here the volunteers, In the days when lands were few" is the second line to which futuristic song about time and space travel?
3. Although this group had great success in the 1960s and freely admitted to 'Sucking in the Seventies', this 1973 song is one of their greatest hits and one of my favorites. "When will those clouds all disappear?" is the second line to which US number one single?
4. Released in 1979. this song was the title track to the fourth album by a Rockford, Illinois band which had a huge following in Japan. The song begins with the chorus, which repeats the title three times. The next line is "You know that talk is cheap; and those rumors ain't nice". What is the title to this song about what goes on in your head while you are asleep?
5. Although covered many times, this song was written in 1972. Probably the most popular cover was when a southern rock band included it for a 'Second Helping'. "I keep blowin' down the road" is the second line to which song?
6. Originally written by Boudleaux Bryant and released on an Everly Brothers album in 1961, this song achieved international fame in 1975 when covered by a Scottish band. Which song has the second line: "Love wounds and marks, any heart, not tough or strong enough"?
7. Originally written in 1969 for (but not used in) the film 'Zabriskie Point', lyrics were added to this song which was brought back in 1973 by this British band as 'The Violent Sequence' for one of the greatest albums of all time. Which song has the second line: "And after all we're only ordinary men"
8. This 1978 song was performed by a Canadian band. Which fantasy based song has the second line: "For the maples want more sunlight and the oaks ignore their pleas"?
9. This song is the title track of a 1976 album performed by an Irish group who took their name rather loosely from an old automobile. What is the title to the song which has the second line: "Somewhere in this town. See me and the boys we don't like it; so we're getting up and going down."
10. Written in 1964 by a relatively unknown British band, this song propelled them to international status in weeks. "You got me so I don't know what I'm doin'" is the second line to which song?
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