Happy Thursday, kids! It's opposites day here at Worldwide NFG, and since many of you struggled to find the lyrics that fit perfectly around last week's numbers quiz, I figured I'd make life ever so slightly easier. Don't know why, since as you read this, I'm probably here, in traffic.
Or possibly here, also in traffic:
I hope the tunnel's not really as blurry as it seems in the picture.
It's only a day trip for work, (and I have the Cheap Trick version of that song in my head...) but I've neglected you for so long, wouldn't want to leave you hanging for the whole week. I was out of the house by 4:30 this morning to get to the airport. Fun times.
Should be a simple quiz this time around for those of you who groused about the pain I caused you last week. Fill in the blanks, children! Unfortunately, as the blanks should explain themselves based on the lyrics, you have to guess at the number of digits, unlike last week where the spaces were properly counted for you on the missing words. Didn't figure that one out, did you?
The man in the coon-skin cap by the big pen wants __ dollar bills, you only got __
I'm a man, I'm __ and I like it
I would walk __ miles and I would walk __ more
Gotta be a big rock star I got it turned up to __
Work __ hours, __ days a week, just so I can come home and kiss your cheek
I'm hot-blooded, check it and see, got a fever of __
Whip out my big __-inch
It was __ years ago today
For __ years, we've been on our own.
In __ we took a little trip
Rollin' in my __.__ got the ragtop down so my hair can blow
By the time we got into Tulsa Town, we had __ trucks in all.
Marie is only __ years old, information please
__ red balloons floating in the summer sky
'Cause it's murder by numbers, __, __, __
I'm not the cat I used to be, I've got a kid, I'm __ baby.
__ holes in Blackburn, Lancashire
And yes, I know a few of these came off the same album. I grade on a curve, so here's hoping you do well. Bonus points again for the artists.
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