American Songbook Quiz
Many songs have been written that have a U.S. state or city in the title. See if you can pick the correct song with the clues given. 10 Questions.
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What city is Frank Sinatra singing about when he says, "If I can make it there, I'll make it anywhere"?
Los Angeles, California
Las Vegas, Nevada
New York, New York
Elton John sings about the "city of brotherly love" that gave him "peace of mind my daddy never had." What is the name of the song?
Please Come to Boston
Moonlight in Vermont
What city was the Glenn Miller Orchestra catching a ride to "on track 29" in Tennessee?
Chattanooga Choo Choo
Charleston Choo Choo
Ray Charles sang he had "______ On My Mind." What state was he singing about?
The Beach Boys take us on a tour through the Florida Keys in a song named for this city. What is the name of the city?
Lynyrd Skynyrd sings about this state "where the skies are so blue." What is the title of the song?
Down Home in Alabama
Going Home to Alabama
Home Sweet Home Alabama
Sweet Home Alabama
George Strait lists all the ladies he loved and lost in this state. What is the name of the song?
All My Exes Live in Texas
Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
Mississippi Delta Blues
What Michigan city was KISS rocking to in this song?
I Love It Loud Lansing
Heavens On Fire Flint
Detroit Rock City
Bay City Rockers
What is the name of the song about "Sin City" in which Elvis Presley sings "set my soul on fire"?
Reno Light My Fire
To Live and Die in L.A.
Viva Las Vegas
What state were the Mamas and the Papas singing about when they were "wishing for warm weather"?
Wyoming Winter Wishes
Kentucky Keep On Shining
Colorado Rocky Mountain High
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