The Nickel Quiz #28: Time Out

The Nickel Quiz

In this final Nickel Quiz of 2016, we could have quizzed you on songs from the previous twenty-seven weeks. Instead, this one’s simply about time.

You’ll find the word time in each song title. The year that each song was released is listed after the lyric as an extra clue. And, as usual, scoring is on the honor system (no Binging or Googling):

  • Correct Artist: 1 point
  • Correct Song Title: 1 point
  • Maximum Score: 10 points

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  1. You’re searching for good times, but just wait and see. You’ll come running back. (1964)
  2. In this time, give it to me easy, and let me try with pleasured hands. (1969)
  3. But there never seems to be enough time to do the things you want to do, once you find them. (1973)
  4. It’s just a game that you play. (1978)
  5. Secrets stolen from deep inside. The drum beats out of time. (1984)

[Difficulty: ♫♫♫  /  Take as long as you need]

Answers to The Nickel Quiz #27: Xmas:

  1. “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas” (Meredith Wilson)
  2. “Please Come Home For Christmas” (Charles Brown)
  3. “Wonderful Christmastime” (Paul McCartney and Wings)
  4. “Christmas Wrapping” (The Waitresses)
  5. “All I Want For Christmas Is You” (Mariah Carey)