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Try our monthly quiz. Fifteen questions to exercise those little grey cells.

Who Is It? Who?

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In the quiz this month we challenge you to work out the person's name in the title of each of the fifteen songs from which the lines below are taken.


Give yourself one extra point if you are able to answer the question:
Which landmark Gershwin composition is 100 years old this year?


A link to the answers is at the bottom of the page.

Don't forget to check your score.

Who are the p;eople named in the song titles?

1. She was the roughest, toughest rail

2. And all at once I owned the earth and sky

3. Two left feet, oh, so neat

4. But she's only a dream

5. The murmur of a brook at evening tides

6. It's so nice to have you back where you belong

7. Morning time and evening time and summer time and winter time

8. Old Deacon Splivin, his flock was givin' the way of livin' right


9. Oh, the shark, babe, has such teeth, dear

10. Come on a-long, come on a-long, let me take you by the hand

11. Went to sleep countin' sheep by a blue lagoon

12. But come ye back when summer's in the meadow

13. The heavenly blisses of his kisses

14. Now when its rainin', I don't miss the sun

15. Then she ran into Alfonso Brown, and hasn't been the same since Alfonso put her down


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