Name That Tune – Round 3



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Chris971127
Heather861226
Nibbish68923
Luke56617
Melissa45615
Novak45615
Beau25815
HJ35715
Randy44614
Pope35614
Brooks03710
Punman35X8
TDO2259
Andrew0448
Aaron24X6

Heather takes top honors this round by crushing it with 12 points! The final four is set. Congratulations Chris, Heather, Nibbish and Luke. Their points will reset, and the final round will consist of 12 songs where they have to chose how long of a clip they listen to for. The shorter the clip the more potential points.

Interesting tidbits

  • There were many varied guesses to the next line in the song “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll”:
    • Come and take a chance and dance with me 
    • So won’t you come down and dance with me   
    • Won’t you get up and dance with me 
    • Come on sugar and dance with me 
    • Come on pretty girl and dance with me
    • Something something something and dance with me
  • I listened to two of the lightspeed songs several times (Against All Odds/Call Me Maybe) and they made me giggle inside every single time.
  • The least chosen category was Backwards
  • Several players thought the 60s backwards was in Spanish
  • The most points were scored from 70s Cacophony
  • Finish That Line 80s had the highest success rate
  • Instrumental 80s had the lowest success rate
  • Midis was by far the least successful category
  • Novak and HJ were the only two players to score 3 points on a Cacophony
  • Chris scored the most Cacophony points with 6
  • In round one several players answered “I’ll Make Love to You” for “On Bended Knee”. In this round several players answered “On Bended Knee” for “I’ll Make Love to You”
  • In round two, a player answered “Say, Say, Say” for the Wings song “Listen to What the Man said. When listening to “Say, Say, Say” in round 3, said player came up blank.

ANSWERS

Midis
1977 “You light up my life” Debbie Boone
2007 “Kiss Kiss” Chris Brown
1994 “I’ll Make Love to You” Boyz II Men

Instrumentals
2000 “Say My Name” Destiny’s Child
1987 “Always” Atlantic Starr
1983 “Say Say Say” McCartney/Jackson

Backwards
1967 “Somethin’ Stupid” Nancy & Frank Sinatra
1993 “I Will Always Love You” Whitney Houston
1976 “Play That Funky Music” Wild Cherry

Lightspeed
2002 “Dilemma” Nelly
1984 “Against All Odds” Phil Collins
2012 “Call Me Maybe” Carly Rae Jepsen

Slo-mo
1964 “Can’t Buy Me Love” Beatles
1994 “I Swear” All for One”
2018 “Thank U, Next” Ariana Grande

Cacophony
1972 “Brand New Key” Melanie, “A Horse with no Name” America “I Can See Clearly Now” Johnny Nash

1996 “You’re Making Me High” Toni Braxton, “No Diggity” Blackstreet, “One Sweet Day” Carey / Boyz II Men

1960 “It’s Now or Never” Elvis, “Running Bear” Johnny Preston, “Save the Last Dance for Me” Drifters

Finish That Line
1971 “It’s Too Late” Carole King –> “Somethin’ inside has died, and I can’t hide it”
1982 “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll” Joan Jett –> “So come and take the time and dance with me”
2017 “Shape of You” Ed Sheeran –> “And now my bedsheets smell like you”

Chorus Jumble
1963 “Go Away Little Girl” Steve Lawrence
2014 “Timber” Pitbull
2001 “Independent Woman” Destiny’s Child

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  1. Beau’s avatar

    ***In round two, a player answered “Say, Say, Say” for the Wings song “Listen to What the Man said. When listening to “Say, Say, Say” in round 3, said player came up blank.***

    To be fair I don’t know the song other than the title.

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  2. mbnovak’s avatar

    I am so irritated I didn’t get that Elvis song. “Save The Last Dance” was just so all-pervasive in that cacophony, with the “oh I know”s in the background…

    Other than goofing up the one entry and seeing the title, I think I maxed out my points here.

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    1. nibbish’s avatar

      That 60s cacophony was perfectly layered to completely scramble my brain. Every time I tried to concentrate on any part of it, the whole thing just fell apart. I ended up with none of them, despite knowing all three songs.

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