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Game - Favorite Lyric in a Song

Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by Slipdigit, May 28, 2017.

  1. Slipdigit

    Slipdigit Good Ol' Boy Staff Member Patron   WW2|ORG Editor

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    Like we don't have enough games floating around already, but I'm going to throw another one out there.

    I'll start with posting my favorite lyric from a song, not necessarily my favorite lyric from my favorite song, just a lyric from a song that I happen to like (or don't like, if the case may be).

    Others guess which song the lyric is from. The member with the first correct answer then posts a new lyric from a song.

    Google if you like, nothing we can do to stop it.

    Whoever has the current correct answer and new lyric controls the board. Do not post a lyric unless you answered the previous one correctly and it has been acknowledged as correct.

    If you post a lyric and don't come back within 24 hours to verify a winner, we'll come to your house slap your dog on the lips and arbitrarily decide the current winner.

    One caveat: English language only.. They song can be one of them-there fure-in oanguages, but the entry has to be translated into English (or Engrish).

    Okay, another caveat: I reserve the right to change and add to the rules as I want.


    I'll start off with an easy one, at least for you Parrotheads out there.

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    "Well, like to explain to you all before, I ain't no drinkin' man"
     
  2. lwd

    lwd Ace

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    I even had to look up "Parrotheads". Will wait a bit and see if someone else post an answer as even though you said it was OK feels like cheating to find via google.
     
  3. Takao

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    Seems that Slip and I are the only two Parrotheads on the board...



    lwd can have the next go.
     
  4. lwd

    lwd Ace

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    That was gracious. I'll even take you up on it.
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    "The dust of their bones could rise up from the stones and bring tears to the eyes of the wind."

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    Got a guess or two who will answer this one.
     
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  5. TIRDAD

    TIRDAD Active Member

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    this song is very Popular in Iran

    Song Name: The Yew Tree (Derakht -e Sorkhdar درخت سرخدار in FA)

    Author: Dick Gaughan

    Album: ???

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    Next one:

    Che khabar az khaneh ye ma , jaye bi panaahi ye man
    Khaneh ye Shekastan -e doost , Pol -e Piroozi -ye Doshman


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    Who is Singer ?

    Secondary Q (if you can Read Farsi) : what does " Pol -e Piroozi -ye Doshman "reffer to?
     
  6. lwd

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    Very good. I was expecting one of our Scotts to come up with the answer. I can see why it might be popular in Iran but I wouldn't have guessed it.
     
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    TIRDAD Active Member

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    No one to answer ???

    Song Name: Che Khabar

    Singer: Martik

    Poet: Z. Zakarian

    " Pol -e Piroozi -ye Doshman " reffers to Iran.
     

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