When you asked for "Oft-requested song at concerts" ... I was trying to think of some name for an Encore ... and came up empty-handed ... I think your clue is too general for the answer here ...
If you are going to the trouble of saying "Song by Tom Petty" ... then can you please just do the same by using the clue "Song by Lynyrd Skynyrd"?? Or if you think that is too easy, then could you please consider evolving the question to "oft-requested song at Southern Rock Concerts"?
Thanks for taking this into consideration!
It be pretty funny, if there was ever a swimmer who knew he was going to finish dead last, to swim all 4 different strokes (and maybe even throw in a few others he made up) in the freestyle event just to make this point.
I've just realised I msread "version of computer solitaire", I thought it said "software" so I thought "Freeware". Kicking myself because I've played and won over 10,000 games of Freecell.
It really sounds like the absence of traffic lights is a key feature. while that is just a logic consequence not a prerequisite that makes something a freeway. (plenty of roads without them that arent a freeway, like in a residential area.) (now it sort of feels like "place without elephants" answer : "a bank" well yes there are no elephants there, but there is no reason for them to be there...)
saying they are the same is like saying socialism and communism are the same thing
a better clue for "Live free" would be "New Hampshire motto" or something to that effect.
Next time, try Free Nelson Mandela. Brilliant
Worst clue ever IMO
I'd like to see one added for:----> What to call out when playing tag and you've been found --> "Ollie, Ollie ...._____?
Recall the answer ----> "Oxen Free" ?
I agree there should also be
a) Born Free (movie about lioness Elsa)
And consider changing clue words for Free Bird to:
b) Oft-requested song @ S.Rock Concerts (is a better clue)
And is there some Jet Punk limit to the number of clues possible for any Quiz ? or not ?
Those saying "no such thing as a free lunch" is an idiom? Well I've never even heard that one. Heard the "Free Ride" one a million times though.
Also never heard of the song Free Bird, but at least this was easy to guess.
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