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Classic Rock Story Songs

We tell the story, you give us the Song
Songs are from the 60's and 70's
Quiz by JoshPen
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Last updated: December 8, 2018
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First submittedDecember 7, 2018
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Story
Song
Dock worker and waitress are in financial distress, but have each other
Livin' on a Prayer
Two strangers meet on a late night train ride going anywhere
Don't Stop Believin'
Long haired Rock star laments and celebrates life on the road on a tour bus
Turn the Page
Man wants to take his girlfriend, Wendy, away from the mundane NJ existence
Born to Run
A young man kills someone and tells his mama that he has immediate, fatalistic regret
Bohemian Rhapsody
A barroom musician knows his customers all too well and gets free drinks
Piano Man
Man with no time for his son growing up gets old and discovers the reverse is true
Cat's in the Cradle
Actress Norma changes her name and lives a tumultuous, but tragically short life
Candle in the Wind
Rock star and his wife feel like the press is trying to crucify them
Ballad of John and Yoko
The epic tale of a littering conviction that leads to a draft exemption
Alice's Restaurant Massacree
Story
Song
A fiddler saves his soul in a contest with a formidable foe.
The Devil Went Down to Georgia
The aftermath of musicians dying in a plane crash
American Pie
Two young outlaws, Billy and Bobbie, are pursued by a Dallas detective
Take the Money and Run
A young girl is seduced by a much older mystical man. Her mother calls to beg her to come back home.
Magic Man
A lonely woman dies and is buried by a lonely minister, the only one who attends the service
Eleanor Rigby
Satan recounts evil acts throughout human history and hopes you remember his name
Sympathy for the Devil
An Astronaut feels isolated, but not unhappy to be away from the glare of public attention
Space Oddity
A woman talks about her jetstetting, sort of obnoxious ex lover and his scarf
You're So Vain
The tale of a hotel stay as a metphor for life in the 70's
Hotel California
A duet chronicle the loss of virginity in a car, complete with a baseball analogy
Paradise by the Dashboard Light
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