American Songbook Quiz #2
Many songs have been written with U.S. cities and states in their titles. See if you can name the title of the songs using the clues given. 10 Questions.
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Dave Loggins sang this song about a "ramblin' man" in a "drifter's world." What's the song title?
Okie From Muskogee
Please Come to Boston
This song is a Beastie Boys rant about "not getting any rest." What's the song title?
Brooklyn Go Hard
Straight Outta Compton
Welcome to Miami
No Sleep Till Brooklyn
Gladys Knight sings about "leaving" town to go "live in his world" in this song. What's the song title?
Midnight Train to Georgia
Nutbush City Limits
Sweet Georgia Brown
Stars Fell On Alabama
Mott the Hoople tells the tale of a "guitar" that gets "lost in transit." What's the song title?
Living On Tulsa Time
All the Way From Memphis
Meet Me in Montana
June Carter and Johnny Cash wanted to go there "ever since the fire went out." What's the song title?
The first musical written together by Rodgers and Hammerstein is the story of a "cowboy and a farm girl." What's the song title?
New York, New York
Meet Me In St. Louis
Waylon Jennings asked us to go here with "him, Willie and the boys." Where are we going in this song?
El Paso City
This Glen Campbell song is about a "lonely" working class guy thinking about a "lost love." What's the song title?
Down in Denver
By the Time I Get to Lennox
Blue Moon of Kentucky
In this song Tupac showed love for the "west coast" all the way from Oakland to "the city of Compton." What's the name of the song?
To Live and Die in LA
Straight Out of Compton
In this song Dionne Warwick was asking for directions. What's the song title?
I Left My Heart in San Francisco
North to Alaska
Do You Know the Way to San Jose
How Many Miles to Carmel
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