How well do you remember the songs of the 1960s? Take this quiz to find out.
"Ground control to Major Tom..." Admit it; you didn't read those song lyrics, you sang them. Now the iconic David Bowie song is going to be stuck in your head all day. That's ok; we've got 29 other songs on this quiz to get stuck in there too.
Even if you weren't a child of the 1960s, you are probably at least familiar with the music of the era. From the sounds of Motown to the classic rock and roll of Elvis Presley and the Beatles, the '60s gave us music that will remain iconic in the minds and hearts of music lovers for generations to come.
So, if you know who sang "I read the news today, oh boy...," "There's a light, a certain kind of light...," and "The preacher talked to me, and he smiled...," you'll probably do well on this quiz. If you knew that these are all Bee Gees songs, we invite you to test your knowledge by seeing how many more you can correctly guess.
Do you think you can name all the songs of the '60s? Let's get started.
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