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Can you name the 90's Songs by their First Lines?

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Now tell me what ya gonna do, when there ain’t nowhere to run. When judgment comes for you, when judgment comes for you.
Six a.m., day after Christmas. I put some clothes on in the dark.
I was down at the New Amsterdam staring at this yellow-haired girl.
Tell me do you think it’d be alright, if I could just crash here tonight?
An old man turned ninety-eight. He won the lottery and died the next day.
Today is gonna be the day that they're gonna throw it back to you.
Even in my heart, I see, you're not being true to me. Deep within my soul, I feel, nothing's like it used to be.
You say I only hear what I want to. You say I talk so all the time so.
What's with these homies dissin' my girl? Why do they gotta front? What did we ever do to these guys that made them so violent?
People are talking. Talking ‘bout people. I hear them whisper. You won’t believe it.
Been a whole lot easier since that bitch left town. Been a whole lot happier without her face around.
You say that we've got nothing in common. No common ground to start from. And we're falling apart.
How do you cool your lips, after a summer’s kiss? How do you rid the sweat, after the body bliss?
Oh, why you look so sad? Tears are in your eyes. Come on and come to me now.
Hey boy don't you know I got something going on. I got an invitation don't you keep me waiting all night long.
It's seven o'clock on the dot. I'm in my drop top cruisin' the streets.
Almost made you love me. Almost made you cry. Almost made you happy, baby. Didn't I, didn't I?
Oh when you walk by every night talking sweet and looking fine, I get kinda hectic inside.
Load up on guns, bring your friends. It’s fun to lose and to pretend.
If tomorrow is judgment day, and I’m standing on the front line, and the Lord asks me what I did with my life, I will say I spent it with you.
Lay a whisper, on my pillow. Leave the winter, on the ground. I wake up lonely, there’s air of silence, in the bedroom and all around.
She's blood, flesh and bone. No tucks or silicone. She's touch, smell, sight, taste and sound.
I could hardly believe it, when I heard the news today. I had to come and get it straight from you.
She grew up in an Indiana town. Had a good-lookin’ mom, who never was around.
I will never find another lover sweeter than you, sweeter than you. I will never find another lover more precious than you, more precious than you.
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Three thirty in the morning, not a soul in sight. The city's lookin' like a ghost town, on a moonless summer night.
Katie's sitting on the old front porch, watching the chickens peck the ground. There ain't a whole lot going on tonight, in this one horse town.
Somewhere there's speaking. It's already coming in. Oh and it's rising at the back of your mind.
He was working through college, on my grandpa's farm. I was thirsting for knowledge, and he had a car.
I'm packed and I'm holding. I'm smiling, she's living. She's golden, she lives for me. She says she lives for me.
Time, why you punish me? Like a wave bashing into the shore. You wash away my dreams.
She said I don't know if I've ever been good enough. I'm a little bit rusty, and I think my head is caving in.
And even though the moment passed me by, I still can't turn away. ‘Cause all the dreams you never thought you'd lose, got tossed along the way.
You've got your ball, you've got your chain, tied to me tight, tie me up again.
Sometimes I feel like I don't have a partner. Sometimes I feel like my only friend, is the city I live in, the city of angels. Lonely as I am, together we cry.
You have so many relationships in this life. Only one or two will last. You go through all the pain and strife. Then you turn your back and they're gone so fast.
You come out at night, that's when the energy comes, and the dark side's light, and the vampires roam.
Lying in your arms, so close together. Didn't know just what I had. Now I toss and turn, ‘cause I'm without you. How I'm missing you so bad.
You know it’s kinda hard just to get along today. Our subject isn’t cool but he fakes it anyway.
Pack it up, pack it in, let me begin. I came to win, battle me that's a sin.
I never thought I'd die alone. I laughed the loudest who'd have known.
When it's love you give, I'll be your man of good faith. When it's love you live, I'll make a stand I won't break. I'll be the rock you can lean on.
All around the world statues crumble for me. Who knows how long I've loved you.
Take this pink ribbon off my eyes. I'm exposed. And it's no big surprise. Don't you think I know, exactly where I stand.
From a phone booth in Vegas, Jessie calls at five a.m.. to tell me how she's tired of all of them.
You tell me you're in love with me, like you can't take your pretty eyes away from me. It's not that I don't want to stay. But every time you come too close I move away.
Every night in my dreams, I see you. I feel you. That is how I know you go on.
I could stay awake just to hear you breathing. Watch you smile while you are sleeping, far away and dreaming.
Spent forty-eight dollars last night at the county fair. I throwed out my shoulder but I won her that teddy bear.
Who's that whisperin' in the trees? It's two sailors and they're on leave. Pipes and chains and swingin' hands. Who's your daddy? Yes I am.

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