The Spice Girls were (or are, depending on how you look at it) an English girl group that started up back in the mid-nineties. The group was formed by a family management duo who wanted to see the girls be just as or more successful than the boys who were ruling the charts back then. So along came Emma Bunton (Baby Spice), Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice), Melanie Brown (Scary Spice), Victoria Beckham, then Adams (Posh Spice) and Melanie Chisholm (Sporty Spice). Together, those five women became one of the most famous pop bands in the world—their debut album captured the title of best-selling album by a female group in the history of humankind!
Even though they don't make music together anymore (unless they're on tour), their songs are still sung all the time, all over the world. So, you can understand why a quiz about them and their songs is totally necessary. We want to test not only if you remember the hit songs they sang, but the lines that were in some of those songs. Can you prove that you're a true Spice Girls fan and finish the lyrics to some of their songs? Take our Spice Girls lyrics quiz to find out!
“If you wanna be my lover, you gotta get with my friends. Make it last forever, friendship never ends” are lyrics from the song "Wannabe" off of the 1996 album "Spice." At the time of its release, it was the best-selling single in the world.
The lyrics are from the song "If U Can't Dance," the 10th track on the the group's debut album entitled "Spice."
"God help the mister, yeah, God help the mister that comes between me and my sister" are lyrics from the song "Love Thing" which is the fourth song from "Spice Girls." The group sings about love, relationships and disappointments.
The lyrics "Don't you know it's going too fast? Racing so hard you know it won't last" come from the Motown-influenced song "Stop," which can be found on the group's second album, "Spiceworld," released in 1997.
"Love is blind, as far as the eye can see. Deep and meaningless words to me" are lyrics from the 1997 song "Too Much," which was featured on the group's second album, "Spiceworld."
"I know you wanna have some fun. Track me down and get my number" are lyrics from the 2000 song "If You Wanna Have Some Fun," which appeared on the album "Forever."
The lyrics "Look for the rainbow in every storm. Fly like an angel, heaven sent to me" are from the 2000 dance-pop song "Goodbye." It was the group's first song without the voice of Geri Halliwell.
"Who cares what they say, because the rules are for breaking" are lyrics from the 1997 song "Do It." The song appeared on both the 1997 album "Spiceworld" and in the movie "Spice World."
The lyrics "I wanna make you holler and hear you scream my name. I'll give you rules to follow, so you can play my game" are from the 2000 song "Holler." The song, which talks about sexual pleasure, became the group's 11th number-one single.
"Past encounters have made her strong, strong enough to carry on and on" is a lyric from the 1996 song "Naked." It is the ninth track listed on the album "Spice."
"Free your mind of doubt and danger. Be for real, don't be a stranger" is a lyric from the 1996 song "2 Become 1." Two versions of the song were recorded, one of which appeared on their debut album, "Spice."
The lyrics "rush hour, slow it down, stop and listen to the summer sound" is a line from the 1998 song "Walk of Life." The song was featured on "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch: The Album," along with various other artists.
"Never give up on the good times, gotta believe in the love you find" are lyrics from the song "Never Give Up On the Good Times." The four-minute long song was written by the group, along with Richard Stannard and Matt Rowe.
"There's been tears along the way, but we're still the best of friends. Never needed to pretend, 'cause real friendship never ends" are lyrics heard in the 2000 dance-pop song "Right Back At Ya." The song was also listed on the album "Forever," the group's last studio album.
The lyrics "Elvis was a coola shaker, Marley, Ziggy, melody makers. She's a Bond babe, kick some a**. Doctor No, this girl's got class" are from the song "The Lady is a Vamp," which was released in 1997 and featured in the movie "Spice World."
"I will not be told, 'Keep your mouth shut, keep your legs shut. Go back in your place, blameless, shameless, damsel in disgrace'" are lyrics from the song "Do It," which was listed as track seven on the album "Spice World."
"Something Kinda Funny" is the eighth track from the album "Spice," where the lyrics, "Wherever you're going, high or low, remember to sure enjoy the show" are sung.
The lyrics "I said, who do you think you are? Oh, oh, ooh some kind of superstar" are lyrics from the 1996 song "Who Do You Think You Are." It was released with the song "Mama" as a double-A-side single, a few months later.
The lyrics "I'm giving you everything, all that joy can bring, this I swear" are from the song "Say You'll Be There." The song talks about the things that the group went through and how they are there for each other.
"Stop right now, thank you very much. I need somebody with a human touch" are lyrics from the 1998 song "Stop." The Motown-influenced song peaked at number two on the U.K. Singles Chart.
"I need some love like I never needed love" are lyrics from the 1996 pop ballad "2 Become 1." The song was written by the group and Matt Rowe and was about the relationship which developed between the writer and Geri Halliwell.
"Sittin' in a white room dreaming of a life. You have got me thinking, what is paradise?" are lyrics from the 1996 song "Take Me Home." The track came as the B-side to the single "Say You'll Be There."
The lyrics "Viva forever, I'll be waiting, everlasting, like the sun" are from the 1998 song "Viva Forever." The song became the band's seventh number-one U.K. single, gaining platinum certification.
"Spice Up Your Life" is a 1997 dance-pop song appearing on the group's second album, "Spiceworld." "When you're feelin' sad and low, we will take you where you gotta go" can be heard in the song.
The lyric "Baby, come round and remember how it started up" comes from the song Baby Come Round which was released in 1997. Compared to many of their other songs, this one is not as popular.
"I'm not afraid of your love. Why can't you see I've had my share of that?" is a lyric from the song "Love Thing," which was released in 1996. Lsted as track four on the album "Spice," the song was written by the girls and Cary Bayliss.
The lyrics "So now I see through your eyes, all that you did was love" came from the 1996 hit song "Mama." The pop ballad was certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry and reached the top 10 in many countries.
"Everyone can see who you are. Take a look at yourself, tell me why keep on denying" is a lyric from the 1997 song "Denying." It was also one of many songs to be featured in the movie "Spiceworld."
The lyrics "Floating forever in zero gravity, come together in intergalactic unity" were heard in the song "Outer Space Girls." The song which was released in 2007 was featured on the "Too Much" album.
"I'm not alone, no, you're not in my mind. You were the victim of your crime, I left you behind" are lyrics from the 1997 pop song "Saturday Night Divas." It was one of the songs heard in their 1997 film "Spice World."
The lyrics "If you want my future, forget my past. If you wanna get with me, better make it fast " come from the song "Wannabe," which was released in 1996. The song was the first track on the album "Spice."
"Swing it, shake it, move it, make it, who do you think you are?" are lyrics from the 1996 song "Who Do You Think You Are." The following year, the group opened the Brit Awards with the song with Geri wearing the iconic Union Jack dress.
"Last time that we had this conversation, I decided we should be friends" are lyrics from the song "Say You'll Be There," which was released in 1996. The inspiration for the famous music video came from movies like "Pulp Fiction" and "Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!"
"Do you still remember how we used to be? Feeling together, believing whatever my love has said to me" are lyrics from the song "Viva Forever." The song, which came out in 1997, was featured in the movie "Spice World."
"Slam it to the left, if you're havin' a good time. shake it to the right, if ya know that you feel fine" are lyrics from the 1997 song "Spice Up Your Life." It is the first song on the album "Spiceworld," which was written during the filming of the movie "Spice World."