Quiz about You Dont Bring Me Flowers
Quiz about You Dont Bring Me Flowers

You Don't Bring Me Flowers Trivia Quiz


All of these songs have some association to flowers in their title. You won't find any about roses though, there are plenty of songs about roses! Match the song title to the artist.

A matching quiz by ramonesrule. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
ramonesrule
Time
4 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
406,594
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
181
Mobile instructions: Press on an answer on the right. Then, press on the gray box it matches on the left.
(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. "Supermarket Flowers"  
Nick Lucas
2. "Build Me Up Buttercup"  
The Doors
3. "Lotus Flower"  
The Foundations
4. "Iris"  
Roxette
5. "Flowers on the Wall"  
Scott McKenzie
6. "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)"  
The Statler Brothers
7. "Fading Like a Flower"  
Grateful Dead
8. "Tiptoe Through the Tulips"  
Goo Goo Dolls
9. "Hyacinth House"  
Ed Sheeran
10. "Sugar Magnolia"  
Radiohead






Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "Supermarket Flowers"

Answer: Ed Sheeran

This beautiful and sad song is included on Ed Sheeran's third studio album "Divide." It hit number eight on the U.K. charts and according to Sheeran wasn't going to be included as a song on the album. He wrote it after his grandmother passed away, from the perspective of his mom, and played it at his grandmother's funeral.

His grandfather suggested that he include it on his album. It's the final song on the album.
2. "Build Me Up Buttercup"

Answer: The Foundations

This song was released in 1968 by The Foundations and was a top ten song in both the United States and United Kingdom. This catchy song is on the soundtrack for the 1998 movie "There's Something About Mary" and has been used in Geico commercials. It can also be heard during the seventh inning stretch at Los Angeles Angels baseball games.
3. "Lotus Flower"

Answer: Radiohead

"Lotus Flower" is a song on the album "The King of Limbs". It was not released as a single but did manage to get nominated for three Grammy Awards including Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song. It also charted in various countries, hitting top twenty in Belgium and on the U.S. Alternative Airplay chart.

The video was also nominated for Best Music Video. The video is black and white and features the lead singer Thom Yorke "dancing." It created a ton of interest because Yorke is not at all a dancer and is seen moving erratically, shaking and rocking out.

The video led to the "Dancing Thom Yorke" internet meme.
4. "Iris"

Answer: Goo Goo Dolls

The massive hit "Iris" was originally written for the soundtrack of the 1998 movie "City of Angels." It is also included on the Goo Goo Dolls studio album "Dizzy Up the Girl." It hit number one in Australia, Canada and Italy and reached number nine on the Billboard Hot 100.

The song was nominated for two Grammys - Record of the Year and Pop Performance by a Duo or Group. The song was a big alternative hit and a crossover to pop, rock and adult contemporary charts as well.
5. "Flowers on the Wall"

Answer: The Statler Brothers

The song "Flowers on the Wall" was originally released in 1965 and hit number two on the Billboard country chart where it stayed for four weeks. It also hit number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song was re-recorded in 1975 for the band's greatest hits compilation "The Best of The Statler Brothers." The 1975 version is on the "Pulp Fiction" soundtrack.

The character played by Bruce Willis is shown singing along to the line "smoking cigarettes and watching Captain Kangaroo." "Pulp Fiction" was released in 1994.

In 1995 another Bruce Willis movie features the same line. That movie is "Die Hard With a Vengeance." This time, the character played by Willis explains what he was doing while suspended and that was "smoking cigarettes and watching Captain Kangaroo."
6. "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)"

Answer: Scott McKenzie

John Phillips of the Mamas and Papas wrote this song that was recorded by Scott McKenzie and released in 1967. Phillips also plays guitar on the recording. It reached number one in the U.K., Ireland, Germany and New Zealand and reached number four in the United States.

The song is on several movie soundtracks including "Frantic" and "Forrest Gump." An absolutely beautiful cover version by Michael Marshall is included in the 2019 film "The Last Black Man in San Francisco."
7. "Fading Like a Flower"

Answer: Roxette

The ballad "Fading Like a Flower (Every Time You Leave)" is on the third studio album by Roxette called "Joyride." It was released as the second single from the album and reached the number two spot on the Billboard Hot 100. It reached a top ten position in several other countries including Canada, Australia, Denmark and Germany.
8. "Tiptoe Through the Tulips"

Answer: Nick Lucas

"Tiptoe Through the Tulips" was originally written by Al Dubin and Joe Burke and released in 1929. It was recorded by the "Crooning Troubadour" Nick Lucas and reached number one. It was made very popular in 1968 by Tiny Tim when he performed it on the TV show "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In." It's also been covered by the groups The Humane Society and The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.

It's also used in pop culture quite a bit. For example, it is on the soundtrack for the horror movie "Insidious", it's used in the TV show "The Walking Dead" and the TV show "Killing Eve."
9. "Hyacinth House"

Answer: The Doors

"Hyacinth House" is on the 1971 album "L.A. Woman" which was the last Doors album with Jim Morrison as singer. The lyrics were written by Morrison and are interpreted as representing the troubles in his relationships that he was having. All the songs on this album were recorded using a professional-quality 8-channel recorder however this song was recorded on a four track tape machine. Morrison recorded the vocals in the bathroom of the studio.
10. "Sugar Magnolia"

Answer: Grateful Dead

"Sugar Magnolia" is a very popular Grateful Dead song on the 1970 album "American Beauty." When the song is performed live it is often broken into two parts - the first "Sugar Magnolia" and the second "Sunshine Dream" with a break between the two parts.

The band would make that break either a few seconds or beats long, a set or a concert long. The song is included in a number of compilation and live albums by the band and in the 2013 documentary entitled "Sunshine Daydream."
Source: Author ramonesrule

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