Finish These '70s Song Lyrics and We'll Guess Which Muscle Car Matches Your Personality!

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Teresa M.

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In the words of Led Zeppelin, "If there's a bustle in your hedgerow, don't _________."

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As The Beatles sang, "Come together, right now. ______________."

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Don McLean sings, "Good ole boys were drinking whiskey and _______."

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In the words of Kansas, "Carry on my wayward son, they'll be _______________."

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As The Eagles sing, "Don't let the sound of your own wheels ____________.

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John Lennon sang, "You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm ____________."

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Simon and Garfunkel sang, "Like a bridge over troubled water, I will _____________."

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In the words of The Rolling Stones, "Pleased to meet you. Hope you guess my _______.

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The Steve Miller Band sings, "Really love your _________, want to shake your tree."

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Aerosmith's Steven Tyler sings, "Sing with me. Sing for the _________."

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In 1972, Mentor Williams sang, "Give me the beat and free my soul. I want to get lost in your ______________."

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Stevie Nicks chimed, "Players only love you when they're ________."

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Lynyrd Skynyrd lamented, "Take your time. Don't live too fast. Troubles come, but they ___________."

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The Moody Blues sang, "Night in white satin. Never reaching _______."

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In the words of Seals and Croft, "Blowing through the jasmine in my __________."

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Fill in Bob Seder's blanks: "We were ______ and _______, and we were running against the wind."

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Supertramp asked for you to, "Give a little bit. Give a little bit of ___________."

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Paul Simon crooned, "You know, the nearer your destination, the more you're _________."

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Pink Floyd says, "I can't explain. You would not understand. This is not ____________."

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Boston sings, "Well, I'm taking my time. I'm just moving along. You'll forget about me ______________."

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Journey says, "Any way you want it. That's the way you ___________."

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Queen screams, "Mama, I don't want to die. I sometimes wish ______________."

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Golden Earring jams, "No more speed. I'm almost there. Gotta keep cool, now. Gotta ____________."

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The Doors sang, "People are strange when you're a ___________."

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In the words of ABBA, "You can dance. You can jive.%0DHaving the _____________."

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Bread sang, "If a picture paints a thousand words, then why ____________?"

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David Lee Roth sang, "I found the simple life, ________________."

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Black Sabbath warns, "Generals gathered in their masses just like ____________."

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Blondie croons, "Cover me with kisses, baby. Cover me with ________."

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The Jacksons belted out, "I'll be there to comfort you. Build my world of _________ around you."

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About This Quiz

Grab a velvet blazer and a pair of bellbottom pants for this quiz; we're heading back the '70s! Let us test your knowledge of famous '70s lyrics. Your reward for rock and rolling all night and partying all day will be bragging rights about the muscle car you are most like. 

Will your knowledge of Led Zeppelin's howling words put you behind the wheel of a Charger or a Mustang? Will knowing every word to a song by The Jacksons make you tough enough to speed down the highway in a souped-up Camaro? Once you answer with the words you think of to finish the song lyrics, we'll be able to tell you. Even if you're not sure, try making your best guess. Even the answers you might not know will tell us more about your muscle car personality than you could ever imagine.

From ABBA's disco hits to Black Sabbath's heavy metal tunes, the '70s offers up a unique take in song lyrics. As we put you to the test, we are certain you'll know more than you think you do. We're also quite sure you'll love the muscle car that you find out you really are. 

"Hold on loosely, and don't let go!" It's time to find out!


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