To quote the imitable Rebecca Black, “It’s Friday!”  And I am tired with little creativity for banter.  Have fun with the quiz, y’all, and stay cool. It’s tricky to rock a rhyme to rock a rhyme that’s right on time, it’s tricky.

Friday Lyric Quiz #431

1. “Feels so good to be bad, not worth the aftermath, after that” (late 2000s)

2. “I rather rage than sit around and wait all day. Don’t get me wrong, I just need some time to play-ay” (early 2010s)

3. “Talking to herself there`s no one else who needs to know” (mid-90s)

4. “We spent the summer with the top rolled down, wished ever after would be like this”(late 80s)

5. “They say bad things happen for a reason, but no wise words gonna stop the bleeding” (late 2000s)

6. “Turning and returning to some secret place inside” (mid-80s)

7. “Something so deceiving, when you stop believing, turn me around again” (late 90s)

8. “Buildings with a hundred floors, swinging around revolving doors” (mid-2000s)

9. “If I’m dreaming don’t wanna laugh, hurt my feelings but that’s the path” (late 2000s)

10. “Well the kids don’t eat and the dog can’t sleep, there’s no escape from the music in the whole damn street” (mid-70s)

Answers, Friday Lyric Quiz #430

1. “On some solitary rock a desperate lover left his mark baby, I’ve changed please, come back” (early 90s)
New York Minute, Don Henley

2. “I am still dreaming of your face, hungry and hollow for all the things you took away” (mid-90s)
Santa Monica (Watch the World Die), Everclear

3. “Don’t get me wrong Chi-town got it going on, and New York is the city that we know don`t sleep” (late 90s)
Miami, Will Smith

4. “But all the towns and people seem to fade into a bad dream, and the steel rails still ain’t heard the news” (early 70s)
City of New Orleans, Arlo Guthrie

5. “Never skipped a beat, nah while cooling on south street” (early 90s)
Motownphilly, Boyz II Men

6. “Essential yet appealed carry all your thoughts across an open field” (mid-2000s)
Boston, Augustana

7. “Ain’t no angel gonna greet me, it’s just you and I, my friend” (mid-90s)
Streets of Philadelphia, Bruce Springsteen

8. “And the sound of the battle rang through the streets of the old east side” (mid-70s)
The Night Chicago Died, Paper Lace

9. “I lost my fake ID but you lost the motel key spare me your freakin’ dirty looks” (late 2000s)
Waking Up in Vegas, Katy Perry

10. “It was so easy living day by day out of touch with the rhythm and blues” (mid-70s)
New York State of Mind, Billy Joel