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Let's Hear It For The Boy

written by: silverqueen
 
Turn about is fair play. I did a quiz "Who's That Lady?" about ladies in songs. Now let's hear for the boys. Most songs are from the 60's and 70's.

Question 1:


Advise. Down on 42nd Street 'You don't tug on Superman's cape' and 'You don't pull the mask off the old Lone Ranger' and most of all, you don't mess around with Big Jim Walker.
That is until a country boy from south Alabama named Willy McCoy came looking to get his money back. What do they call Willy back home in South Alabama?
Slim
Willie C
Stagger Lee
Mister McCoy

Question 2:

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According to the Eagles what legend of the silver screen was 'Too fast to live, too young to die'?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 3:


'So good night, you Moonlight Ladies' croons the singer.' Won't you let me go down in my dreams'? Who is told to 'rockabye'?
The Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead
Sweet Baby James
Ode to Billie Joe
Hey, Jude

Question 4:


In his song 'Movin Out', Billy Joel inquires 'Who needs a house out in Hackensack? Mama if that's moving up, then I'm moving out'. What is the subtitle of the song?
(Anthony's Song)
(Tony's Song)
(Hitch's Song)
(Simon's Song)

Question 5:


He was born in a cross-fire hurricane and 'howled at my Ma in the drivin' rain'. But don't worry, 'It's all right now. In fact, it's a gas. Gas! Gas!'
Stagger Lee
Mack the Knife
Bad Bad Leroy Brown
Jumpin' Jack Flash

Question 6:


The Kingsmen's "official lyrics" are 'A fine little girl, she waits for me. Me catch the ship across the sea'. But it's the unofficial lyrics most often sung during a band's last set or at late night parties. Who is told
'Me gotta go'?


Question 7:

View the provided image.
'Who's the black private dick
That's a sex machine to all the chicks'
(Shut your mouth)
Superfly
Easy Rawlins
Shaft
Black Caesar


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Question 8:


'I know something is wrong.
Cause Chuck E's in love with the little girl singing this song.
Don't you know
Chuck E's in love, Chuck E's in love
Chuck's in love with me'.
Who is the little girl singing the song?
Rickie Lee Jones
Linda Ronstadt
Emmylou Harris
Dolly Parton

Question 9:


'This is a little ditty' about two kids growing up in America's heartland. Who did John Mellencamp warn
'Hold on to 16 as long as you can'?
Chuck and Diane
Dick and Jane
Frankie and Johnny
Jack and Diane

Question 10:


On the south side of Chicago lived the baddest man in town. According to Jim Croce 'Who was badder than old King Kong' and 'meaner than a junkyard dog'?
Bad Bad Leroy Brown
Stagger Lee
Charlie Brown
Don't Mess With Jim

Question 11:


Some people may call this gentleman a 'Space Cowboy' or 'Gangster of Love'. In the song 'The Joker' who says 'I really love your peaches want to shake your tree'?
Jimmie Mack
John
Billie
Maurice

Question 12:


According to Chuck Berry, who could 'play the guitar just like ringing a bell'?


 


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