Quiz: Jimmy Buffett Lyrics Quiz
Jimmy Buffett Lyrics Quiz
By: Gavin Thagard
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About This Quiz

In a world filled with various styles of music, few musicians have been as entertaining or fun to listen to as singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. His style of music revolutionized not only the country music genre but American music as a whole. 

From songs like "Margaritaville" to  "A Pirate Looks at Forty" to "Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes," Buffett's music has been played by beach-goers and adventure-seekers all over the world. How well do you know his catchy lyrics and comforting tunes? Here's a quiz where you can find out! 

Starting in 1969, Jimmy Buffett helped usher in a new era of country music that emphasized oceanic folklore and islander escapism. His music discussed drinking rum on the beach, sailing the open seas, and dancing the night away. Though Buffett could pull at your heartstrings occasionally with songs like "Coast of Marseilles," he became better known for emphasizing a good time and his concerts followed this tone. 

Will you be able to recall lyrics from the most popular Jimmy Buffett songs, many of which date back decades? If you think you're capable, get started with this Jimmy Buffett quiz and prove you're an expert when it comes to this legendary country singer! 

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