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Who , What, Why, When and Where (a song game)

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Here is a game we played in the past. Any song title or lyric that has Who, What, Why, When, or Where in the title or lyrics.
We could even throw in How? GB


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"Who's Sorry Now"

"What's It All About Alfie"

"Why Do Fools Fall in Love"

"When You Wore a Tulip"

"Where Is Love"

"How Much is That Doggie in the Window"


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Another good game with memories of great songs.

Who's Your Little Whozis? Lots of folks sing this on Youtube.
What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor. Hilarious duet on Youtube by Julie
Andrews and Daniel Massey. Look for "Julie Andrews in Star. The sound of a

Why Do I Love You? From Showboat.
When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain, Kate Smith's theme.

Where Are The Simple Joys of Maidenhood? Sung by Julie Andrews in Camelot.
How Ya Gonna Keep 'em Down On The Farm, WWI popular song.



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Hey, Tiger Lilea

You got a perfect score. I never heard of any of those songs.

I suppose you've heard of the song Tiger Lilly. It's on Youtube sung by Rusty
Draper. Apparently recorded in 1957. I was in High School then, but don't remember
him or the song. He has a pleasant voice though. Does a nice job on The Shifting,
Whispering Sands which has "when" in it three times.



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All great songs!

"Tell Me Why"

"Who Put the Bomp" (in the bomp, bomp, bomp)

"What Do You Get When You Fall in Love"

"Where the Boys Are"

"When Shadows Fall"

"How Deep Is The Ocean"
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Where Did you Get That Hat? Stanley Holloway sings it on Youtube. Stanley
played Julie Andrews father in My Fair Lady.

Bridge Over Troubled Water. The first three lines all start with "When."

How Great Thou Art. 19th century hymn from Sweden. Stuart K. Hine is often
listed as the writer. Wikipedia says he was the translator.

Why Oh Why Did I Ever Leave Ohio from Wonderful Town which starred
Rosalind Russell.

How Many Roads Must A Man Walk Down, Written by a young fellow from
Minnesota that I had pizza with back in 1962.

Where Have All The Flowers Gone? Written by Pete Seeger and Joe Hickerson.
Joe was the head of the folk music dept. for the Library of Congress. The library
is really big as Ed Sullivan might say. You want a book; a page will get it for you.
I saw Pete in two concerts. One of the included the young fellow from Minnesota.