"Take on me, take me on!" Those words come courtesy of this quiz and one of the biggest bands of the 1980s. A decade filled with the King of Pop, rock bands and breakthrough females, the decade had some of the biggest hits to ever come through the music industry. With artists like Michael Jackson and Cyndi Lauper and groups like Journey and Guns N' Roses, can you match the hit '80s song lyrics with the artist?
The 1980s were an iconic time in pop culture. At home, people might've been watching popular sitcoms like Cheers or Three's Company. Fashionistas were bouncing around from fashion week to fashion week discovering new trends like leg warmers, Members Only jackets and parachute pants. When it came to music lovers, they were following their favorite artists as they performed their biggest hits around the country. The decade saw singer Michael Jackson release the best-selling album of all time, Thriller (1982). Bon Jovi had their fans "Livin' On a Prayer" while Cyndi Lauper knew that "Girls Just Want to Have Fun." The 1980s saw the emergence of bubblegum pop with tracks like "Physical" while lovebirds everywhere were crooning to romantic tracks like "Endless Love" or "Every Breath You Take." With countless classic hits to choose from, can you remember the lyrics that everyone was singing in the '80s? Enough to match it to the artist? There's only one way to find out! Pick up your imaginary mic and let's see if you'll get an encore with this quiz!
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