1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.
  2. Hi Guest, welcome to the TES Community!

    Connect with like-minded education professionals and have your say on the issues that matter to you.

    Don't forget to look at the how to guide.

    Dismiss Notice

The really tough 'SONG GAME' - no cheating!

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by taster, Nov 9, 2004.

  1. schoolmarm

    schoolmarm New commenter

    bad to me - billy j kramer
     
  2. Bad to the bone - not sure who sang it though
     
  3. Bad, bad Leroy Brown- Ella Fitzgerald or ?
    ( only one word match but repeated? Does this count?)
     
  4. Big Bad Leroy Brown - Queen (it's an album track is that OK?)
     
  5. Who's afraid of the Big Bad Wolf-
    Disney; from three pigs cartoon
     
  6. 'The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde'
     
  7. The ballad of John and Yoko
    or 'the ballad of Tom Dooley'
     
  8. Oh Yoko - John Lennon
     
  9. CaptGrimesRetd

    CaptGrimesRetd Occasional commenter

    Oh Oh Romeo, you left me on my own-y-o
    (Trad - Music Hall)
     
  10. Romeo and Juliet
    Dire Straits
    actually I think it's called something else but can't think of actual title, plus, of course it's only the one word match, so will happily concede to anyone with a better idea!
    btw
    Hi there Cap'n
     
  11. Juliet Bravo (theme tune)
    sorry I have just answered myself but finally cracked!
     
  12. CaptGrimesRetd

    CaptGrimesRetd Occasional commenter

    Julie, Julie, Julie do you love me? - 1970s band (White Plains? even Honeybus??)

    Hi taster!
     
  13. 'Do you think I'm sexy'
    By the hideous Rodlington Stewart
    ( tvm for coming back on board cap'n!)
     
  14. You sexy thing - Hot Chocolate
     
  15. 'I'm too sexy for my shirt'
    -Right said Fred
    (sadly can only come up with a one word match)
     
  16. CaptGrimesRetd

    CaptGrimesRetd Occasional commenter

    I ain't too good - Rory Gallagher
     
  17. Fings aint wot they used to be'
    Arthur Mullins or some Cockney geezer
     
  18. Well, I am going to give in and reply to myself, although- no, I can't bring myself to do it.
    The song I was going to quote was in an atrocious Tom Cruise film.
     
  19. Where's the Cap'n when you need him?
     
  20. lol hi taster, i cant its hard! my musical knowledge is zilch! lol sorry!
     

Share This Page