in , , ,

Finish the 70s Song Quiz

Trivia about finishing 70s songs

The seventies saw the rise of a number of new genres of music. Rock, R&B, Disco and Hip-Hop all rose to prominence in the decade. David Bowie and Led Zeppelin dominated the charts for much of the decade.

Whether you remember the decade yourself, or just have an interest in music from this era, the Finish the 70s Song Quiz will definitely put that knowledge to the test. In the 10 question quiz you will not just have to recognise the song, but will need to finish the lyrics for all 10 to score top points.

The Finish the 70s Song Quiz feature questions from a range of genres so it doesn’t matter if you’re a Roberta Flack fan or just love a Queen track, this quiz is for you.

As with any fun quiz, it’s always better to compare your results with others so be sure to share your results once you’ve completed the Finish the 70s Song Quiz.

  • Question of

    Pink Floyd said they didn’t need no what?

    • Education
    • Respiration
    • Inspiration
    • Dedication
  • Question of

    What killed the radio star, according to the song by Buggles?

    • Video
    • Internet
    • Television
    • America
  • Question of

    The Commodores sang about it being easy like which morning of the week?

    • Sunday
    • Friday
    • Wednesday
    • Monday
  • Question of

    Which Queen song has the line “I’ve paid my dues, time after time”?

    • We Are the Champions
    • Radio Ga Ga
    • Bohemian Rhapsody
    • Fat Bottomed Girls
  • Question of

    Rainy days and which day of the week got the Carpenters down?

    • Mondays
    • Wednesdays
    • Fridays
    • Saturdays
  • Question of

    Roberta Flack sang about strumming what with your fingers?

    • Pain
    • Guitar
    • Piano
    • Love
  • Question of

    What really hurts without you, according to Billy Ocean?

    • Love
    • Everything
    • Sleeping
    • Dancing
  • Question of

    What comes after “No hell below us” in the John Lennon song Imagine?

    • Above us only sky
    • You may say I’m a dreamer
    • And the world will be as one
    • And no religion too
  • Question of

    Elvis said that we can’t go on together with which sorts of minds?

    • Suspicious
    • Simple
    • Confused
    • Loving
  • Question of

    What is the line after “If you change your mind” in Take A Chance on Me?

    • I’m the first in line
    • Honey I’m still free
    • If you’re feeling down
    • If you let me try


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Trivia about 60s Song

Finish That 60s Song Quiz

Trivia about Seventies Songs

Seventies Songs Trivia