Friday Lyric Quiz, No. 464 (The Facebook goes public edition)

RIP, Donna Summer! Man, it has been a terrible year for musicians of my childhood.If I’d heard the news sooner, I would have tried to think of a Donna-worthy theme. Maybe next week.For now, enjoy a potpourri of mostly terrible songs.

Side note: Why will wedding DJs play ‘Last Dance’ and then proceed to play 14 more songs?  If you’re playing ‘Last Dance’ (which you shouldn’t have to, because it’s massively overdone), then at least have it be the last slow song of the night, people!

Anyway. Happy Friday.

Friday Lyric Quiz #464 [scroll down for answers to last week’s quiz]

1. “She taught me how to trust, and to believe in us” (early 2000s)

2. “Your hair is brown. Your eyes are hazel, and soft as clouds.” (early 80s)

3. “The sweet words you whispered, didn’t mean a thing” (late 80s)

4. “If I had just one wish, only one demand, I hope he’s not like me, I hope he understands” (early 2000s)

5. “The twisting kaleidoscope moves us all in turn” (mid-90s)

6. “Things look so bad everywhere. In this whole world, what is fair?” (late 80s)

7. “I’ll never be your mother’s favorite. Your daddy can’t even look me in the eye” (early 2010s)

8. “With every day that passes, I fall nearer to the ground” (late 80s)

9. “Though I’ve tried to resist, being last on your list, but no other man’s gonna do” (mid-80s)

10. “Don’t need make-up to cover up, being the way that you are is enough.” (early 2010s)

Answers to Friday Lyric Quiz #463 [Songs mentioning cities/regions in the Midwest]

1. “In the middle of the night, there’s an old man threading his toes through a bucket of rain” (mid-90s)
Omaha, Counting Crows

2 .”She was seventeen and she was far from in-between, it was summertime in Northern Michigan” (late 2000s)
All Summer Long, Kid Rock

3. “Gotta get down to it, soldiers are cutting us down. Should have been done long ago” (early 70s)
Ohio, CSNY

4. “You can find me, in St. Louis rollin’ on dubs, smoking dubs in clubs, blowin’ up like cocoa puff” (early 2000s)
Country Grammar, Nelly

5. “Black bandana, sweet Louisiana, robbin’ all the banks in the state of Indiana” (mid-2000s)
Dani California, Red Hot Chili Peppers

6. “She came down from Cincinnati, it took her three days on the train” (late 70s)
Fins, Jimmy Buffett

7. “Oh, I need to make it to the river, and leave this old Nebraska town” (early 90s)
Hazard, Richard Marx

8. “She’s a Kansas princess, crazy mother trucker, undercover lover” (late 2000s)
She’s Country, Jason Aldean

9. “Concluding some terms, with a couple of steel firms, when they left fully loaded for Cleveland” (mid-70s)
The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, Gordon Lightfoot

10. “The Midwest farmer’s daughters really make you feel alright” (mid-60s)
California Girls, Beach Boys

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