Most of you know how much I love music and especially the oldies 70’s, 80’s, 90’s. I love most genres of music. Its great fun to be challenged by a lyric (me too) so put on your thinking cap and get Ready, Set, GO!
If you see me walking down the street and I start to cry-Who sang it?
(a) Aretha Franklin
(b) Diana Ross
(c) Dionne Warwick*
(d) Patti Labelle
Let me know your answer. In closing I wish you Good Health. Have a glorious Sunday.
*Cissy Houston is Dionne Warwick’s Aunt. Cissy Houston is the Mother of the Late, Great, Whitney Houston. This post is dedicated to Cissy Houston’s Grand Daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown, who is reported as currently being in a Hospice-Duluth, Georgia. Certainly a family of strong, talented women singers! Sad for this young woman. RIP Kristi.
As you know I love the oldies 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, music makes us happy, sad, full of emotions! It is a universal language for each of us. I love all genres of music for the most part. So, get on those thinking caps for this week’s lyric challenge. It is such fun. Ready, Set, GO!
He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother…Who sang it?
(a) The Commodores
(b) The Hollies*
(c) Smokey Robinson
(d) Crosby, Stills and Nash
Enjoy this glorious “Father’s Day” and Sunday. In closing I wish you Good Health. Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.
Let me know your answer!
Answer: (b) Hollies
Suzanne-apuginthekitchen.com two in a row! Proud of your knowledge. I am going to get tougher next week-HeeHee. Everyone go to Suzanne’s blog check out her recipes and Food 52 NYC recipe contributor/writer! Super talented friend and lady in my book! Special mention to mr.b cooks.wordpress.com/who knew the answer as well. He is from the UK!!!
Everyone loves music! It is the universal language, it makes us happy! My favorites are the oldies 70’s, 80’s, 90’s I love all genres of music for the most part. To test ones lyrical ability is a bit of a challenge (mine too). It is just great FUN! Get on your thinking cap now. Ready, Set, GO!
Would you know my name, if I saw you in heaven – Who sang it?
(a) Bob Dylan
(b) Eric Clapton*
(c) Neil Young
(d) Peter Gabriel
Let me know! Enjoy this glorious Sunday. In closing I wish you Good Health. Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.
Congratulations Suzanne-apuginthekitchen.com answered first and correctly. (b) Eric Clapton. Song-Tears in Heaven. Everyone head over to Suzanne’s blog to view her delicious recipes and contributor to Food 52 in NYC!!!
Special mention to blogging friends Robin Cochran and Mark & Karen Bialczak who also knew the answer! You all are just way too smart for me!!! I’ll have to get a little tougher with the songs… Great Job!
Who doesn’t love music? All types of music? As most of you know I love the oldies 70’s, 80’s, 90’s almost all genres of music for the most part. Testing ones lyrical abilities can be a bit of a challenge (mine too) but it is so much FUN!
Get on your thinking cap now. Ready, Set, GO!
It goes like this, the fourth, the fifth, the minor fall, the major lift…Who sang it originally?
(a) John Mayer
(b) Leonard Cohen*
(c) Bon Jovi
(d) Jeff Buckley
Let me know! In closing this glorious Sunday I wish you Good Health. Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.
It seems we have a correct answer! (b) Leonard Cohen from his song “Hallelujah” correct answer given by a big fan of Leonard Cohen-Tasty Eats Ronit Penso everyone head over to her blog for some delicious recipes! Great job Ronit! See everyone next Sunday for “Name that Tune”-who sang it!