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First Lines of Songs #3

We give you the first line of a song. Name the song and the musical act that recorded it.
Last updated: February 04, 2016
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First Line
Musical Act
Song
Look at the stars / See how they shine for you
Coldplay
Yellow
Young teacher, the subject / of schoolgirl fantasy
The Police
Don't Stand So
Close to Me
I like big butts and I cannot lie
Sir Mix-a-Lot
Baby Got Back
People try to put us down / Just because we get around
The Who
My Generation
My, my, my music hits me so hard / Makes me say "oh my Lord"
MC Hammer
U Can't Touch This
How many roads must a man walk down / Before you call him a man?
Bob Dylan
Blowin' in the Wind
When your legs don't work like they used to before /
And I can't sweep you off of your feet
Ed Sheeran
Thinking out Loud
Left a good job in the city / Workin' for the man every night and day
Creedence
Clearwater Revival
Proud Mary
I get knocked down but I get up again
Chumbawamba
Tubthumping
She packed my bags last night pre-flight / Zero hour 9am
Elton John
Rocket Man
Life is a mystery / Everyone must stand alone
Madonna
Like a Prayer
On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair
Eagles
Hotel California
I've got sunshine on a cloudy day
The Temptations
My Girl
Some people call me the space cowboy yeah
Steve Miller Band
The Joker
Please allow me to introduce myself / I'm a man of wealth and taste
The Rolling Stones
Sympathy
for the Devil
There's a fire, starting in my heart /
Reaching a fever pitch and it's bringing me out the dark
Adele
Rolling in the Deep
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level 67
Apr 3, 2013
Good quiz
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level 82
Apr 3, 2013
Awesome - good mix of songs that I can actually appreciate as more than just gone-in-15-minutes tripe. And I love how you accept alternate musical acts for songs that were famously covered by other artists (like Tina Turner's version of Proud Mary).
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level 72
Apr 3, 2013
Except for Peter, Paul, & Mary doing Blowin' in the Wind, which was a bigger (and better, in my opinion) hit than Dylan's original
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level 35
Oct 19, 2013
yeah, it should accept Peter, Paul & Mary
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level 71
Mar 8, 2014
It was in 1963, but I seriously doubt there are many listeners today who only know the PPM version without knowing the Dylan version. So it's not like Proud Mary, where the CCR and Turners versions are both heard commonly today.
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level 75
Jul 23, 2015
Regardless of which is accepted or better known today, I much preferred Peter, Paul, and Mary's version back in the day.
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level 82
Feb 5, 2016
I grew up listening to the PPM version on family road trips. Didn't become aware it was Dylan's until my late 20s.
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level 20
Apr 9, 2013
GRR. What are these songs? Coldplay and Adele are amazing. The only two I can think of, wiht 3:40 left to go.
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level 20
Apr 16, 2013
sorry (wiht is supposed to be with)
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level 66
Apr 30, 2013
Classics, man, classics.
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level 34
Dec 12, 2013
Go to youtube and listen to all of these songs. I guarantee you will recognize most of them. Good stuff
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level 55
Feb 8, 2014
It took me around 10 attempts to spell "tubthumping" correctly...
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level 70
Sep 18, 2017
Three buddies and I did "Tubthumping" one time at a local burger place on karaoke night. We rocked the house! Most fun I ever had doing karaoke.
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level 31
Jun 26, 2014
2 out of 30
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level 75
Apr 2, 2016
I misspelled Creedence as Credence.. (or did I? the first is underlined red right now while the latter is not)... but managed to get the answer by typing in Tina Turner.
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level 43
Apr 5, 2016
You would have been fine if you'd gone with CCR ;)
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level 75
Apr 5, 2016
Spellchecker went with the incorrect spelling of Credence because credence is a common word, while Creedence was a proper name - a friend of the Fogerty family, if memory serves.
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level 68
May 2, 2019
Cretins
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level 54
Apr 4, 2016
I only got 9 out of 32, because I wasn't typing in any of the musical acts. --____-- Avenge meeeee...
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level 59
Jun 1, 2016
I thought My Girl was Smokey Robinson. Oh well.
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level 60
Sep 12, 2016
He wrote it.
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level 49
May 2, 2018
Are you kidding? You are not accepting "Talking About My Generation?"
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level 58
May 2, 2018
That's not what it's called.
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level 68
May 2, 2019
Why don't you just fffff
ade away?
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