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Finish the Lyrics ~ Quiz!

Even if you are not a music lover you can still give this quiz a shot. Your answers just may surprise you. Remember it is not about your score, only if you enjoyed, had fun and maybe learned something! That is also what life should be about by the way.

  • “Thank you for the music, the songs I’m singing…” Taken from a great ABBA number, what is the next line for these lyrics?

    • Thanks for all the joy they’re bringing
    • Thanks for all the birds singing
    • Thanks for all the bells I’m ringing
  • “Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk…” What is the follow up line from this great Bee Gees number “Stayin’ Alive”?

    • Pass me over a piece of chalk
    • I’m a woman’s man, no time to talk
    • Give me your lips, no time to talk
  • “Oh I of course replied, Something here inside…” Moving back in time now, “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” appeared in the 1933 musical, “Roberta”. What line follows on from the one given above?

    • Filled me up with pride
    • Cannot be denied
    • Killed me and I died
  • “Get this party started on a Saturday night…” What’s the next line to this great number by the feisty performer, Pink?

    • Everybody’s waiting for me to survive
    • Everybody’s waiting for me to die
    • Everybody’s waiting for me to arrive
  • “She’s only a bird in a gilded cage…” A song from way back in the Music Hall era now. What is the follow up line to that given above from the song “A Bird in a Gilded Cage”?

    • A sweet pretty canary
    • A beautiful sight to see
    • A parrot I caught in a tree
  • “Reflections of the way life used to be”… What’s the next line to this song “Reflections” made popular by Diana Ross and the Supremes?

    • Reflections of the love you took from me
    • Reflections of the wind swept sea
    • Reflections of the Spanish flea
  • “O love is handsome and love is kind, Bright as a jewel when first it’s new, But love grows old and waxes cold”… “The Water is Wide” is an old folk song going back to the 1600s. What line follows on from the ones quoted above?

    • And fades away like the morning dew
    • And fades away like the Irish stew
    • And fades away as all love do
  • “Oh I met him there in a border town He vowed we’d never part Though he tried his best to settle down”… What’s the next line from this perennial country song, “The Wayward Wind”?

    • I’m now alone with a broken heart
    • I’m now alone with a cherry tart
    • I’m now alone with a horse and cart
  • “Vilia, O Vilia! the witch of the wood! Would I not die for you, dear, if I could? Vilia, O Vilia, my love and my bride”… Here’s some culture now. What is the next line from this lovely aria “Vilia” from “The Merry Widow”?

    • Softly and sadly he sobbed
    • Softly and sadly he wept
    • Softly and sadly he sighed
  • “Somewhere over the rainbow, Way up high There’s a land that I heard of”… What is the next line of this beautiful old song from the “The Wizard of Oz”?

    • After I said goodbye
    • After I told a lie
    • Once in a lullaby

What do you think?

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Written by Carol DM

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