Quick Music Quiz: Geography & History

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Can you name the answers to these ten questions about songs about geography and history?

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Name two of the original performers of these three songs: 'A Horse with No Name'; 'The Final Countdown'; 'Heat of the Moment'.
'Rocky Mountain High' was a song by which geographically apposite American singer-songwriter?
Which song opens with the words 'Humidity is rising/Barometer's getting low'?
Which song contains this geographical simile: 'I know that I must do what's right/Sure as Kilimanjaro rises like Olympus above the Serengeti'?
Which American singer-songwriter's albums include 'Greetings from Michigan, The Great Lakes State' and 'Illinois'?
'In four short years he met his every goal/He seized the whole southwest from Mexico' is a couplet from a They Might Be Giants song about which 11th President of the US?
The song 'And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda' concerns which battle of the First World War?
In which song does Sam Cooke inform us that he 'don't know much about history'?
In which song would you find these lyrics: 'I stuck around St. Petersburg when I saw it was the time for a change/Killed the czar and his ministers, Anastasia screamed in vain'?
And finally: name any of the four figures who perform 'Born 2 Rule' in the television series 'Horrible Histories'.

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Created Jan 20, 2013ReportNominate
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