My most loyal lyric-quiz reader, RJ, pointed out that I didn’t supply the answers for the week of June 10th.  Yikes.  I’m glad someone was paying attention. They are attached at the bottom below last week’s answers, or should I say (answers).

It’s another theme this week to celebrate gay pride weekend across the world.  All of today’s artists include at least one member who is openly LGBT.  Cheers to all!

Friday Lyric Quiz #429

1. “What religion or reason could drive a man to forsake his lover” (late 80s)

2.  “She’s into new sensations, new kicks in the candlelight” (late 90s)

3.  “I need you in my blood I am forsaking all the rest”  (mid-90s)

4.  “Tonight the music seems so loud, I wish that we could lose this crowd” (mid-80s)

5.  “Half of me is the gasoline but the other half’s the surf” (early 2010s)

6.   “Words are few I have spoken.  I could waste a thousand years” (early 80s)

7.   “And I woke up with a headache like my head against a board, twice as cloudy as I’d been the night before”(late 80s)

8.  “Once I never could hope to win, you starting down the road, leaving me again” (early 80s)

9.  “I consider it a challenge before the whole human race and I ain’t gonna lose” (late 70s)

10.  “It messed me up, need a second to breathe, just keep comin’ around” (early 2010s)

Answers, Friday Lyric Quiz #428

1. “Getting sold second hand, that’s how it goes playing in a band” (mid-70s)
It’s a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock N’ Roll), AC/DC

2.  “And when the money, comes in for the work I do, I’ll pass almost every penny on to you” (early 90s)
(I’m Gonna Be) 500 Miles, The Proclaimers

3.  “Don’t step out of this house if that’s the clothes you’re gonna wear”  (mid-80s)
Fight For Your Right (To Party), Beastie Boys

4.  “I heard two men talking on the radio, in a cross fire kind of reality show” (early 00s)
The Remedy (I Won’t Worry), Jason Mraz

5.   “I can make it, I know I can, you broke the boy in me, but you won’t break the man” (mid-80s)
St. Elmo’s Fire (Man in Motion), John Parr

6.   “Shrinking in the sea so cold, topless ladies look away. A he-man in a sudden shower, shelters from the rain” (early 80s)
Pulling Mussels (From the Shell), Squeeze

7.  “Why in the world are we here?  Surely not to live in pain and fear” (early 70s)
Instant Karma (We All Shine On), John Lennon

8.   “I’m jonesin’ on love, yeah, I got the DTs, you say that we will but there ain’t no guarantees” (late 90s)
Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees), Aerosmith

9.   “I’ve got to meet you by tomorrow noon, and cut through all this red tape” (late 70s)
Escape (The Pina Colada Song), Rupert Holmes

10.  “You’re not the only one who’s made mistakes, but they’re the only things that you can truly call your own” (mid-80s)
You’re Only Human (Second Wind), Billy Joel

Answers, Friday Lyric Quiz #427

1. “Check the mirror, looking fly, round up my posse, jump in my ride” (late 80s)
Just Got Paid, Johnny Kemp

2. “I’m putting on my shades to cover up my eyes, I’m jumpin’ in my ride, I’m heading out tonight” (early 2010s)
Ridin’ Solo, Jason Derulo

3. “On the ice blue line of insanity Is a place most never see” (early 80s)
Maniac, Michael Sembello

4. “The passion’s so complete, it’s never ending. As long as I receive the message you’re sending” (late 80s)
Tell It To My Heart, Taylor Dayne

5. “Oh, my God, we’re back again. Brothers, sisters, everybody sing” (late 90s)
Everybody (Backstreet’s Back), Backstreet Boys

6. “Well, I went today, maybe I will go again tomorrow. Yeah, yeah, well, the music there, well, it was hauntingly familiar'” (early 80s)
Edge of Seventeen, Stevie Nicks

7. “You always smile but in your eyes your sorrow shows, yes, it shows” (early 70s, mid-90s)
Without You, Harry Nilsson (remade by Mariah Carey)

8. “You got your high brow, shoes on your feet, and you wear ‘em around, like they ain’t sh*t.” (early 2010s)
Cooler Than Me, Mike Posner

9. “Without a noise, without my pride, I reach out from the inside” (mid-80s)
In Your Eyes, Peter Gabriel

10. “It took so long to change my mind I thought that love was a game” (early 80s)
Caught Up In You, .38 Special

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