Hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving with family and/or friends!  Today’s quiz, while it should be about potatoes or pilgrims, is actually just a potpourri of various songs. Back next week with a theme!

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Friday Lyric Quiz – #401

1. “Well, I ain’t superstitious and I don’t get suspicious, but my woman is a friend of mine” (mid-70s)

2.  “I was wrong, now I find just one thing makes me forget” (late 80s)

3.  “And your friends have left, youve been dismissed I never thought it would come to this and I, I want you to know” (late 90s)”

4.  “Then you flew your lear jet up to Nova Scotia to see the total eclipse of the sun” (early 70s)

5.  “I know times are getting hard but just believe me girl someday I’ll pay the bills with this guitar” (late 2000s)

6.  “But a look and then a smell of perfume it’s like I’m down on the floor and I don’t know what Im in for” (late 90s)

7.  “Want you to take me like a thief in the night hold me like a pillow, make me feel right” (early 2010s)

8. “I used to run in circles going nowhere fast, I;d take one step forward and two stpes back”  (early 2000s)

9. “Do you remember when we used to dance, and incidence arose from circumstance” (early 80s)

10. “You made room for me but it’s too soon to see if I’m happy in your hands” (late 2000s)

Answers — Friday Lyric Quiz – #400

1.  “Daddy didn’t give attention, oh, to the fact that Mommy didn’t care” (mid-90s)
Jeremy, Pearl Jam

2.  “I open up the paper, there’s a story of an actor, who had died while he was drinking, it was no one I had heard of” (early 90s)
Tom’s Diner, DNA featuring Suzanne Vega

3.  “Everytime you move I let a little more show” (early 80s)
Mickey, Toni Basil

4.  “Well, the weeks went by and spring turned to summer and summer faded into the fall” (late 90s)
Goodbye Earl, Dixie Chicks

5.  “It’s been six months and still no word, I don`t deserve it? I know you got my last two letters, I wrote the addresses on ’em perfect” (early 2000s)
Stan, Eminem

6.  “I’ve been funny, I’ve been cool with the lines, ain’t that the way love’s supposed to be” (early 80s)
Jessie’s Girl, Rick Springfield

7.  “What did we ever do to these guys that made them so violent?” (mid-90s)
Buddy Holly, Weezer

8. “Who’ll be my role model now that my role model is gone”  (mid-80s)
You Can Call Me Al, Paul Simon

9. “He told a little story, that sounded well rehearsed, four days on the run and that he’s dying of thirst” (mid-80s)
Paul Revere, Beastie Boys

10. “I try to understand because I’m people too, and playing games is part of human nature” (mid-80s)
Who’s Johnny, El DeBarge

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