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Slightly Useless Song Trivia II
Can you pick the hit song based on a single piece of trivia?
Updated Apr 18, 2016
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Slightly Useless Song Trivia
The original title referred to 'Mama' rather than a woman's name; the change was due to a suggestion by Aretha Franklin.
Another song with the same title is connected to a Marvel superhero, but this one is not.
The song was written after visiting Ethiopia; the writer compared the country to the divisions amongst people in Belfast.
A 1997 rewrite of this song honored Diana, Princess of Wales.
This song title, which includes the writer's favorite color and flower, was created before the song was actually written.
The writer notes that the 'greatest three minutes of your life' are during Christmas morning and the end of the last day of [title word].
The titular building is an actual cabin in Georgia.
A line from the chorus is rapped by the main character in 2006's 'Happy Feet'.
Though the song is actually about the loss of the writer's father, some believe it is about 2001 terrorist attacks.
The title refers to a Salvation Army children's home near the writer's childhood home in Liverpool.
Most of the lyrics come from the book of Ecclesiastes.
Some lyrics are autobiographical; Berry was born on a street that shares a word with the song title.
This song name-drops MTV and was the first video played on MTV Europe.
This song was inspired by the ban of western music in Iran during the Islamic Revolution.
The song is partially inspired by Lewis Carroll's works.
The writer was inspired by the 1991 suicide of a high school student.
Despite the songwriter's claims, most believe that this song's lyrics refer to a particular disease.
A line from Chuck Berry's 'Little Queenie' is included in this song.
The song is named after a character in the 'Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' series.
This song uses the term 'droogie' from 'A Clockwork Orange'.
This song has been in 'The Blacklist', Wrangler Jeans commercials, and a NASCAR video game.
The song is named after a 'Cyrano de Bergerac' character; a poster of the play was in the band's hotel.
A high schooler performed this song before it became popular, leading some to believe the student had written it.
The song is named after a gift of bedsheets that the writer received.
When performing, Fogerty occasionally replaces a line in the chorus with the oft-misheard 'bathroom on the right'.
This song was meant to be 'a refined love song'; the recorded version was a result of the producer getting 'everybody drunk'.
Due to the tempo of the song, it has been used in CPR training to ensure the correct number of chest compressions per minute.
Despite the line 'this ain't no disco', the band claims to like some disco music.
The American version did not include the line 'I look all white but my dad was black'; instead, the chorus includes 'I try walking forward but my feet walk back'.
This song, with its sparse lyrics, is often considered among the first 'garage band' hits.
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