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Here's a new game whereby a person posts a quote from a song and another person must guess the name of the song and the band/artist that did it. It must be the band/artist that is well known for having sung it.

Then the person who has guessed it correctly must continue with another song quote. Try to stick to the "KISS" (keep it simple) system and not make it too hard for others to guess.

Have fun!:)

I'll start it off with a very simple one......

"All you need is love, love. Love is all you need"

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Good one scorpius......

"Always" by Bon Jovi

"Don't you draw the Queen of Diamonds, boy, she'll beat you if she's able. You know, the Queen of Hearts is always your best bet."

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"Amazing" by Aerosmith

"I understand about indecision, but I don't care if I get behind. People living in competition, all I want is to have my peace of mind."

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"Peace Of Mind" by Boston

"Look around you, all you see are sympathetic eyes,

Stroll around the grounds until you feel at home."

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"Mrs Robinson - Simon & Garfunkel"

"I've been afraid of changing 'cos I built my life around you. Time makes you bolder, even children get older. And I'm getting older too."

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Mrs Robinson - Simon and Garfunkel (I hope so, I didn't cheat) Blind Melon also did it.

"Do I deserve to be? Is that the question? And if so who answers?"

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Oops we must have posted at the same time (or I goofed)

Landlside - Dixie Chicks, but done first by Fleetwood Mack.

"Do I deserve to be? Is that the question? And if so, who answers?"

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"Walking After Midnight" by The Cowboy Junkies

"If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice"

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Freewill - Rush

I recall when I was small how I spent my days alone, the busy world was not for me so I went and found my own

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Mad World - Tears for Fears (its' an 80's kind of thing)

Heaven, I'm in Heaven and my heart beats so that i can hardly speak

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Did you just watch "the Green Mile"?

Fred Astaire and "Dancing Cheek to Cheek"

"Do you remember the last time I said, If I ever thought of lying, I'd rather think of dying instead?" hint:1972

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On the Sunny Side of the Street _ Steve Tyrell

(but I think it's older than he is, - Just who brought it to my attention:sweatdrop )

"Got a wife in Chino, babe, and one in Cherokee

First one says she's got my child, but it don't look like me"

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"It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference"

Allyson Krause - Union Station.

Got a wife in Chino, babe, and one in Cherokee

First one says she's got my child, but it don't look like me"

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Friend Of The Devil - Grateful Dead

"When people lock their doors and hide inside, Rumor has it it's the end of paradise"

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Nights in White Satin _ Moody Blues??

You be the Mule, I'll be the Plow...by summertime we'll work it out

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I believe that this is 'Trouble in the fields' but i know a slightly different lyric with 'by harvest time we will work it out'. this was done by nancy griffith. I belong to the Charlotte folk society or i would never have known this one.

People won't believe me, they'll think that i'm just braggin

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Ignore this.. read the wrong post by Lori.

When we're out together dancing cheeek to cheek.

Lets pick Fred Astaire's version for the artist.

Dallas, got the soft machine

Huston, too close to New Orleans

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I want to say "Scotch and Soda" by the Kingston Trio...

"In a tree by the brook there's a songbird who sings

Sometimes all of our thoughts are misgiven"

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