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A Week In Songs

written by: Lucia
 
How many songs about weekdays can you name? There is at least one popular song about each day of the week. Take this quiz and have fun from Monday to Sunday!

Question 1:


This song, written by Bob Geldof, was inspired by a tragic incident at Cleveland Elementary School, CA, when a 16-year-old girl shot two adults and wounded eight children on a Monday in 1979.
"Monday Morning"
"I Don't Like Mondays"
"Monday Monday"
"Chelsea Monday"

Question 2:


Which song, released in January 1967 by the Rolling Stones, featured these lines:
"Who could hang a name on you?
When you smile with every new day
Still I'm gonna miss you..."?
"Tuesday's Gone"
"Ruby Tuesday"
"Love You Till Tuesday"
"Tuesday Heartbreak"

Question 3:


Which of these pairs of a musician and a song about Wednesday is wrong?
"Wednesday Week" - Elvis Costello
None of these
"Wednesday" - Tori Amos
"Wednesday Morning, 3 AM" - Simon and Garfunkel

Question 4:


This English singer and multi-talented performer released the 1999 song "Thursday's Child" featuring the memorable lyrics:

"Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday born, I was Thursday's Child".
Robbie Williams
David Bowie
George Harrison
John Mayer

Question 5:


Finish the lyrics of this 1992 song by the Cure, with a phrase which is also the title of the song:

"I don't care if Monday's blue
Tuesday's grey and Wednesday too
Thursday I don't care about you
It's ..................................................... ".
Friday night
Friday on my mind
Friday, thank God
Friday I'm in love

Question 6:


Which one of these songs referring to Saturday was released first?
"Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting" by Elton John
"Saturday Night" by Suede
"Saturday" by Fall Out Boy
"Someday I'll be Saturday Night" by Bon Jovi

Question 7:


Which 1983 song is considered a protest song against the violence during the guerrilla war in Northern Ireland from the 1960s to the 1990s?
"Blue Sunday" by Tom Petty
"Sunday Bloody Sunday" by U2
"Dancing Through Sunday" by AFI
"Naked Sunday" by Stone Temple Pilots

Question 8:


Which of these songs appears on the Guinness Book of Records as a song having more than 3000 cover versions?
"Yesterdays" by the Guns N' Roses
"Yesterday" by The Beatles
"Yesterday to Tomorrow" by Audioslave
"Yesterday Once More" by the Carpenters

Question 9:


The soundtrack of this Broadway musical includes the popular song "Tomorrow" with the famous chorus:
"Tomorrow, tomorrow, I love ya, tomorrow,
you're always a day away.".
"Tomorrow Never Dies"
"Annie"
"Cats"
"The Sound of Music"

Question 10:


How long is the weekend in the song "Weekend" by the Black Eyed Peas?
7 days
4 days
3 days
2 days

 


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