Great Reggae Songs Opening Lines Quiz
Can you name these songs from their opening lines? 8 Questions.
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Which Bob Marley & the Wailers classic opens "Said I remember when we used to sit in the government yard in Trenchtown"?
No Woman, No Cry
Three Little Birds
Which Desmond Dekker & the Aces track starts, "Get up in the morning, slaving for bread, sir, so that every mouth can be fed"?
You Can Get It If You Really Want
Rude Boy Train
Beautiful and Dangerous
Back to Bob Marley & the Wailers, which track starts "It's been a long, long time, Since I've got you on my mind"?
Stir It Up
Could You Be Loved
I Shot The Sheriff
"Well they tell me of a pie up in the sky waiting for me when I die But between the day you're born and when you die They never seem to hear even your cry" is the opening to which Jimmy Cliff song?
The Harder They Come
Many Rivers To Cross
I Can See Clearly Now
Which Toots & the Maytals track starts "I said yeah (I said yeah) Listen what they say (listen what they say) Can you hear me say, yeah? (yeah yeah) Listen what they say (listen what they say)"?
54-46 That's My Number
Which Gregory Isaacs song starts, "Tell her try your best jest to make it quick Whom attend to the sick 'Cause there must be something she can do This heart is broken in two"?
My Only Lover
My Number One
If I Don't Have You
Which Musical Youth hit starts, "This generation rules the nation with version, Music happen to be the food of love, Sounds to really make you rub and scrub"
Youth of Today
Pass The Dutchie
Which Dennis Brown classic starts, "Love and hate can never be friends, Oh no, oh no, Here I come with love and not hatred"
Money In My Pocket
Here I Come
Get Myself Together
Rub a Dub All the Time
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