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The real reason you can never remember where you put your keys? Too many of your brain cells are clinging to every last lyric to “Fire and Rain,” “Free Bird” and “Sweet Home Aalabama.” Don’t believe me? Just take this simple test:

I saw a werewolf drinking a Pina Colada at Trader Vics. And his hair was
1) gone
2) heavily moussed
3) perfect

Rikki don’t lose that number, it’s the only one you own, you might use it if you feel better
1) after a trip to the disco
2) when you get home
3) once you lose the mullet

Floatin’ like the heavens above. Looks like
1) Richard Nixon
2) muskrat love
3) the eagle flies with the dove

Your mama don’t dance and your daddy don’t
1) watch Dick Cavett
2) rock and roll
3) understand the lyrics to “American Pie”

Help! I need
1) a Quaalude
2) a new leisure suit
3) somebody

Play me a song you’re the
1) piano man
2) disco duck
3) rocket man

The wind was in from Africa and last night I couldn’t
1) party like it’s 1999
2) sleep
3) fear the reaper

The answer my friend, is
1) 42
2) behind door number 3
3) blowing in the wind

Only the good die
1) on a bad acid trip
2) young
3) comfortably numb

LA is a great big freeway. Put a hundred down and buy
1) a brand new nose
2) a heart of glass
3) a car

Oh baby baby it’s a wild world. It’s hard to get by just upon a
1) couple of Quaaludes and a hot dog
2) bustle in your hedgerow
3) smile

I’ve been cheated. Been mistreated. When will I be
1) old enough to vote
2) living for the city
3) loved

Brother married Becky Thompson, they bought a store
1) in Ohio
2) in Tupelo
3) on the Wild Side

In the desert you can remember your name, ’cause there ain’t no one for to give you no
1) pain
2) rain
3) blame

“I am” I said. To no one there. And no one heart at all, not even the
1) bear
2) chair
3) au pair

One toke over the line. Sittin’ downtown in a
1) railway station
2) Mercedes limo
3) tanning parlor

Oo-ooh Child, things are gonna get
1) weird
2) easier
3) a lot more expensive

If you didn’t get every one of these right, you’re not a Boomer. Either that or you’re a Boomer, but you’re getting senile. The only upside to dementia? You’ll finally forget the words to “Dancing Queen.”


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  • Dianne Morris

    POSTED JANUARY 31, 2014
    @ Roz Warren, Thank you so much for doing this. I really appreciate you taking the time. I feel I did really well but wanted to make sure before I give this quiz to my husband.
    # 7,10,11,15. Once again I really appreciate you doing this for me. Thanks, Linda
    by LINDA
    POSTED JANUARY 31, 2014
    Linda, let me know which ones you’re not sure about and I’ll post the correct answers. (One that a lot of people apparently missed is the first one. it’s Warren Zevon’s Werewolves of London and the answer is “perfect.”
    Best –
    POSTED JANUARY 31, 2014
    by LINDA

    POSTED JANUARY 26, 2014
    Was just telling my grandchild how annoying it is that the lyrics of some pop songs are stuck on rewind in my head! Also note: malls, stores, gas stations, even medical waiting rooms are still playing these songs, not all of which were even good when we were young. Anyone recall “soma” from Brave New World??!
    by PHOEBE, MN
    POSTED JANUARY 25, 2014
    I think I got them all

    POSTED JANUARY 24, 2014
    i love this,think i got them all right!
    POSTED JANUARY 17, 2014

    I missed a few, but I was pretty much a total nerd during the 60 ‘ s and 70’s. I think I learned the ones I knew when they were already Golden oldies.

    POSTED JANUARY 16, 2014
    I hate to ask but where do I find the answers?

    POSTED JANUARY 16, 2014

    I agree with Tobi. I’m impressed if someone can name the artist and song – without internet research!
    by DIANNE, NY

    POSTED JANUARY 16, 2014
    Another great one, Roz. A follow-up to this one is to ask the names of the songs and/or the artists.
    by TOBI

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