I wonder just how easy these questions will be:
1. In whose and in which song were Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot fighting in the captain’s tower?
2. Who asks, ‘Will you please say hello to the folks that I know, tell them it won’t be long,’ and in which song?
2a [oops]. Which singer recalled the yellow cotton dress foaming like a wave on the ground around the lady’s knees? Which song?
3. Who met a girl who sang the blues, and in which song did he ask her for some happy news, but she just smiled and turned away?
4. ‘Relax’ said the night man, to whom and in which song? ‘We are programmed to receive.’
5. In which John Kander song, and in which film, did we learn that the sun on the meadow was summery warm and the stag in the forest ran free?’
6. Who reflected that the music was never so gay as the day
she told him she loved him and held him close to her heart? What was the city he dreamed of?
7. In which song did the chap lament: ‘I bought thee peticotes of the best, the cloth so fine as fine might be: I gaue thee iewels for thy chest, and all this cost I spent on thee,’ and to which king was the writing of the lyrics rightly or wrongly attributed?