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Songs About Mama

written by: silverqueen
 
This is a relative quiz and what is relative is Mother.

Question 1:


Three Dog Night wailed, 'This is the craziest party there ever could be'. People are smoking strange cigarettes and, when he looked for his girlfriend, 'she's passed out on the floor'. What advice did Mama give that was ignored?
Take the Last Train to Clarkesville
Mama Told Me Not to Come
Highway to Hell
Mama Told Me They'd Be Days Like This

Question 2:


Now that he has turned twenty one Smokey's mother is full of advice: 'The women come and the women gonna go. Don't be sold on the very first one. Pretty girls come a dime to the dozen'. What did his mom advice him to do before saying, 'I do'?
Don't Worry Be Happy
Shop Around
Play the Field
Get Your Kicks on Route 66

Question 3:


Steve Goodman wrote the 'perfect country and western song' for David Allen Coe. Coe said that a 'perfect country and western song' had to have something about: Mama, trains, trucks, prison and getting drunk. What was Mama's fate in the 'perfect country and western' song?
She got drunk the day I had to go to prison
She got hit by a damned old train
She said farewell and left on the midnight train
She left for the station in her pick-up truck

Question 4:


According to Ernie K Doe 'she was sent from down below'. Who did Ernie request not to 'come back no more'?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 5:


'What a drag it is getting old' is the opening line for a 1966 Rolling Stones song. What is another name for the 'little yellow pill' that gets mother 'on her way, gets her through her busy day'?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 6:


The title of the song, 'Mama Tried', written by Merle Haggard suggests that even with all her hard work and love, she failed to save her wayward son. What happened to this rebel child who 'despite all his Sunday learning toward the bad he kept on turning'.?
He turned twenty one in prison doing life without parole
In a long black veil she cries ov're his bones
He's going back to New Orleans to wear that ball and chain.
He shot a man in Reno just to watch him die.

Question 7:


The caller was just trying to tell the mother that he only wanted to say good bye to her daughter. The mother kept saying 'Please don't say nothing to make her start crying and stay'. And the operator keeps saying over and over '40 cents more for the next three minutes.' Whose mother turned a deaf ear to the caller's plea?
Mother Jones
Mommie Dearest
Mrs. Brown
Sylvia's Mother

Question 8:


Both Phil Collins and The Supremes recorded this song about finding the strength to carry on by remembering Mama's advice. 'Love don't come easy. It's a game of give and take.
Patience is a virtue'. What is Mama's advise in this Holland, Doizer, and Holland Jr. song?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 9:


Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings thought Mamas should encourage their babies to 'be doctors and lawyers and such'. According to the lyrics of a 1978 song, what did Willie and Waylon warn Mamas not to let their babies grow up to be?


Question 10:


AC/DC sang:
'Hey Satin, paid my dues
Playing in a Rock n Roll Band.
Hey Mama, look at me!'
Where would Mama find her bad boys?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Highway to Hell
Hotel California
Down at the end of Lonely Street
Stairway to Heaven

 


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