Name-dropping Songs by MorrisT

Champion(s):

MassogliaB


Runner(s)-Up:

GoodmanDL
A genius is someone like Norman Einstein...


Quiz Description

Answer the following about songs that refer to other songs in their lyrics.

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Questions:

"Sweet Home Alabama" lets Neil Young know that this type of person doesn't need him around, anyhow.

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Southern Man

Regina Spektor's "On The Radio" relates hearing this lengthy Guns 'n Roses song twice, because the DJ was asleep.

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November Rain

"Thunder Road" mentions a radio playing "Only the Lonely" by this former Wink Westerner.

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Roy Orbison

The altitude over Beale of this titular article of clothing presumably has nothing to do with Marc Cohn's first class ticket.

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Blue Suede Shoes

Despite his acknowledgement of the venality of his endeavor, this fiddle virtuoso is willing to face off against the devil in the house of the rising sun.

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Johnny

It's not clear that "Speed King" by this English group has any original lyrics, name-dropping songs and lines by Little Richard, Elvis, and Sam Cooke.

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Deep Purple

.38 Special saw this all around them in a 1981 song, presumably because of all the people who felt like making love with someone other than their current partners.

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Good Lovin' Gone Bad

This Traveling Wilburys song doesn't specify why someone would think of Tom Petty whenever they hear "Purple Haze."

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End of the Line

Keith Urban's "Tonight I Wanna Cry" opines that this Eric Carmen ballad would hit him hard tonight. There is no indication the original ballad was about a presidential assistant desperately waiting for the chief executive to give him clothes, however.

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All By Myself

Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, and Johnny Rivers sang about this individual, who was last seen a-roundin' third and heading for home.

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Brown-eyed Handsome Man

The Clash's "Train in Vain" begins by expressing confusion over how the song's target could be performing this title action by leaving. A notable cover of this song was performed by Lyle Lovett over the end credits of "The Crying Game."

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Stand By Your Man

Humming "Peggy Sue," this singer and song-writer of "In The Ghetto" took inspiration from Buddy Holly to put Lubbock, Texas, in his rearview mirror.

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Mac Davis