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    Music Trivia (more to come as well):

    All we are saying...is give peace a chance...
    Who sings it and in what band?

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    John Lennon & Paul McCartney
    The Beatles
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    all we are saying is give piece a chance
    *repeats it a few times*

    I remember hearing it, but I can't remember where, and who sung it.....

    was it something on nickelodian or some other dumb kids channel?


    Here, lemme give you a quiz.....


    who sings this... and what is the name of the song....


    domino's pizza in the candlelight

    I'll give you a hint.... the artists initials are P.V., it's country... and.... good luck.. hehe....

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    Originally posted by rv2k

    John Lennon & Paul McCartney
    The Beatles
    Correct!

    Whatdo we have for im', Johnny?


    More to come .

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    All right, how about this phrase in a song..

    "to prove your a man, you must wipe with your hand... stranded on the toilet bowl......"

    Name that Group!!!!


    I have it.. FUNNY!!!!


    Knight

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    Oh dear oh dear oh dear

    You youngsters are way off the mark.

    John Lennon - yes
    Paul McCartney/Beatles - NO!!!!!!!!!!

    It was John Lennon with the Plastic Ono Band.

    Time to brush up on your music history, guys.

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    Oh yeah, Paul McCartney did not sing it there. But I believe he did see it before though.

    Next trivia question...

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    Movie Trivia:

    ...yes, it's true. This man has no d*ck.
    Who said it and from what movie?

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    Damn!!! Its a great line and I can even hear the deadpan delivery of it in my mind - but I can't remember who it was..........

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    Hey, come on, try to answer mine.....

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    Talking

    Ghostbusters?
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    CCR!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Originally posted by rv2k
    Ghostbusters?
    Correct! But who was the one that said it?

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    Phil Heartman or something like that ?
    dang.. I know that answer.. errr... I can't remember his name, but isn't he the one who played in Groundhog Day ?

    Knight

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    Bill Murray(Murry?)

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    Originally posted by denniswrenn
    Bill Murray(Murry?)
    Correct! Bill Murray said it!
    If I think of more, I will post.

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    damnit matthew are you that much of a ****ing *****?

    say dick you ****ing dick!!!


    hehehehe j/k

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    Bill Murrey.. thats it.. hehe..

    Knight

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    Music Trivia:

    Owwww...who's that I see walking in these woods? Why, it's Little Red Riding Hood! Hey there Little Red Riding Hood, you sure are looking good. Your everything a big bad wolf would want...
    Obviously, the name of the song is "Little Red Riding Hood".
    What group sang it?

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    Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs.


    What about:
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    "you and I, travel to the beat of a different drum..."
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    DerFarm

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    What Genre is that?

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    Rock. Circa 1968.

    DerFarm

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    You got it DerFarm

    That's when rock was real rock!

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    That's good DerFarm, you are correct.

    Glad to know I'm not the only programmer that likes the good ol' rock and roll from the 80s .

    More trivia to come .

    And here it is:

    In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion sleeps tonight...
    What is the name of the group that sang it?

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    elton john, or the jackson 5

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    Sorry, Dennis. Not even close.

    The original vinyl version was from the Weavers. I believe
    around '54.

    Pete Seger, Ronnie Davis (?) and two other guys that I
    could never remember the names of.

    DerFarm

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    "Her name was Joanne, and she lived in a meadow by a
    pond..."


    Ok, sports fans! Which member of a TV sitcom band sang
    that?


    DerFarm

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    Wasn't the Weavers .

    It was The ________. Fill in th blank.

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    The Weaver's "At Carnegie Hall" -- 1955 copywright.


    Was someone else first?


    DerFarm

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    Maybe you are right. I was looking for the Tokens though. 1961.

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    Matt, Matt, Matt ....

    Next thing you know, you'll try to tell me that Elvis sang
    HoundDawg first.


    DerFarm
    PS -- Bessie Smith '28

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    Musik Trivia:

    ...Lean on me..when your not strong and I'll be your friend, I'll help you carry on...For it won't be long till I'm gonna need somebody to lean on...
    Who sang "Lean on Me"?

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    The Temptations?
    or
    Don McLean?

    Dim

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    Nope Dim, try again .

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    Covered by quite a few artists, but I think it was originally Bill Withers

    ("Who the hell is Bill Withers?" cry the youngsters, in unison!!!)

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    Just to keep the thread going try this one:

    "You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave"

    Dead easy for us older ones - might be tricky for the young 'uns

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    Too easy. Lets try something that isn't on Muzak.

    Everyone knows that Sinatra sang about NewYork and the Velvet Fog about SanFrancisco.


    Who sang about Albuquerque?


    DerFarm

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    Michael

    Hotel California, The Eagles

    77 was the best year ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    person who sang Lean On Me was Jimmy Cliff.

    And I love the Eagles! Hotel California is a great song.

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    Bill Withers did Lean on Me as far as I know (great song). Never heard Jimmy Cliff's version

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