Friday Lyric Quiz, No. 461 (The Delayed Edition)

Happy Friday, everyone!  Sorry for the delay. Apparently an early sushi dinner doesn’t get me home early enough to prepare the next day’s quiz if it is followed by cocktails across the street at a completely empty gay dance club.  Who knew.

Anyway, it’s been a while since I had a quiz without a theme — since March 23rd, in fact — so today’s quiz is  a simple potpourri.  Enjoy!

Friday Lyric Quiz #461 [scroll down for answers to last week’s quiz]

1. “So what, you’ve got the world at your feet, and you know everything about everything” (early 2010s)

2. “You look at every face in a crowd, some shine and some keep you guessing” (late 80s)

3. “If the music’s pumping, it will give you new life” (early 90s)

4. “That girl, like somethin off a poster. That girl, is a dime they say ” (late 2000s)

5. “Are you more than hot for me, or am I a page in your history – book” (late 80s)

6. “And I see that these are the eyes of disarray, would you even care?” (early 90s)

7. “You always knew to wear it well, and you look so fancy, I can tell” (late 70s)

8. “You might’ve been hurt, babe, that ain’t no lie. You’ve seen ’em all come and go” (early 2000s)

9.  “Running around, staying out all night, taking it all instead of taking one bite” (early 80s)

10. “Now he’s the freshest D.J. from coast to coast My man can cut and scratch, but I don’t mean to boast” (late 80s)

Answers to Friday Lyric Quiz #460

1. “So you play your albums, and you smoke your pot. And you meet your girlfriend in the parking lot” (early 70s)
Captain Jack, Billy Joel

2. “Now the tow truck’s pulling away, and I know why (why, man?)” (early 2000s)
Because I Got High, Afroman

3. “My old man was born to rock, he’s still trying to beat the clock” (mid-90s)
You Don’t Know How it Feels, Tom Petty

4. “They’ll stone you when you’re trying to make a buck, they’ll stone you and then they’ll say, good luck” (mid-60s)
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

5. “People talk about me, baby. Say I’m doing you wrong, doing you wrong” (early 70s)
The Joker, Steve Miller Band

6. “Boy, you’ve been a naughty girl, you let your knickers down” (late 60s)
I Am the Walrus, The Beatles

7. “You got me blowing, blowing my mind. Is it tomorrow or just the end of time?” (late 60s)
Purple Haze, Jimi Hendrix

8. “Rolling numbers, rock and rolling, got my Kiss records out ” (late 70s)
Surrender, Cheap Trick

9.  “Music happen to be the food of love. Sounds to really make, you rub and scrub” (early 80s)
Pass the Dutchie, Musical Youth

10. “Born high forever to fly, wind velocity nil.” (mid-60s)
Mellow Yellow, Donovan

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One thought on “Friday Lyric Quiz, No. 461 (The Delayed Edition)

  1. Pingback: Friday Lyric Quiz, No. 462 (The Memory Remains Edition) « Neurotic City

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