Songs of Summers Past

How well do you remember the songs of "Summertime, summertime, sum-sum-summertime?"

Quiz

How well do you remember the songs of "Summertime, summertime, sum-sum-summertime?"

1. According to the song made famous by the Beach Boys and later The Muppets, where would you find the paradise called "Kokomo?"

  • South of Waikiki.
  • North of Malibu.
  • Off the Florida Keys.

2. In "Summertime," when the livin' is easy, what are fish doing?

  • Fryin'.
  • Swimmin'.
  • Jumpin'.

3. "Under the Boardwalk" what is the singer out of?

  • The rain.
  • The sun.
  • Money.

4. When The Lovin' Spoonful sings of a "Summer in the City," what body part is "getting dirty and gritty"?

  • Soles of my feet.
  • Back of my neck.
  • Back of my knees.

5. Which surf-sound song isn't from the Beach Boys? (And pat yourself on the back if you know the band that sang it!)

  • "Surfin' Safari."
  • "The Little Old Lady from Pasadena."
  • "Good Vibrations."

Your Results:

1. According to the song made famous by the Beach Boys and later The Muppets, where would you find the paradise called "Kokomo?"
Off the Florida Keys.

2. In "Summertime," when the livin' is easy, what are fish doing?
Jumpin'.

3. "Under the Boardwalk" what is the singer out of?
The sun.

4. When The Lovin' Spoonful sings of a "Summer in the City," what body part is "getting dirty and gritty"?
Back of my neck.

5. Which surf-sound song isn't from the Beach Boys? (And pat yourself on the back if you know the band that sang it!)
"The Little Old Lady from Pasadena."

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