Friday Lyriz Quiz

Happy Friday, everyone!  The pop-music world bid a sad farewell to one of its own this week.  Rich Cronin, the frontman and primary songwriter for LFO (“Lyte Funky Ones”) lost his battle with leukemia. The former Jennifer Love Hewitt victim … I mean, paramour wasn’t as succesful as a Timberlake, for example, but “Every Other Time” is one catchy song, and “Summergirls” will go down in history as having some of the most nonsensical (yet memorable) rhymes of all time. Hope Abercrombie royalties made you comfortable in your final years, Rich.  Rest in peace.

This week’s theme is no theme. The pattern emerges.

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Friday Lyric Quiz – #390

1. “You stand in the line just to hit a new low. You’re faking a smile with the coffee to go” (mid-00s)

2. “All you’ve got is this moment; twenty-first century’s yesterday” (late 80s)

3. “My lashes are dry, purple teardrops I cry. It don’t have a price, loving you is cherry pie” (late 00s)

4. “Said my get up and go musta got up and went” (mid-70s)

5. “He smiles politely back at you, you stare politely right on through” (mid-00s)

6. “I’m just roaming for the moment, sleazing my back yard so don’t get…” (mid-90s)

7. “Got motion, restrained emotion. Been driving, Detroit leaning” (early 80s)

8. “Or am I origami? Folded up and just pretend” (late 90s)

9. “I know it’s hard to keep an open heart, when even friends seem out to harm you” (early 90s)

10. “Don’t project, don’t connect, protect. Don’t expect, suggest” (early 90s)

Answers: Friday Lyric Quiz – #389

1. “So if you don’t rate, just overcompensate, at least you’ll know you can always go on Ricki Lake” (late 90s)
Pretty Fly (For a White Guy), The Offspring

2. “New mother picks up and suckles her son. Senior citizens, wish they were young” (early 70s)
Nights in White Satin, The Moody Blues

3. “So if you go away, I know that I will follow. ’Cause there’s a place inside my heart that tells me, ‘hold out’” (late 80s)
Wait, White Lion

4. “And if you go chasing rabbits and you know you’re going to fall” (late 60s)
White Rabbit, Jefferson Airplane

5. “Hey, little sister, who’s your superman, hey, little sister, who’s the one you want?” (early 80s)
White Wedding, Billy Idol

6. “Pay your toll, sell your soul, pound for pound it costs more than gold” (mid-80s)
White Lines (Don’t Do It), Grandmaster Flash

7. “You said no strings, could secure you at the station. Platform ticket, restless diesels goodbye windows” (late 60s)
White Room, Cream

8. “Don’t wanna hear about it. Every single one’s got a story to tell. Everyone knows about it. From the Queen of England to the hounds of hell” (early 00s)
Seven Nation Army, The White Stripes

9. “And she’s so pretty, and she’s so sure, maybe I’m more clever than a girl like her”(mid-00s)
White Houses, Vanessa Carlton

10. “Can’t keep you home, you`re messing around, my best friend told me you’re the best lick in town” (late 80s)
Once Bitten, Twice Shy, Great White

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