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Do You Know the Opening Lyrics For These '70s Songs?
by Becky Stigall
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"Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk, I'm a woman's man. No time to talk." If you're anything like the Bee Gees, you probably don't have time to talk, but we can assure you that you have time for this quiz. The 1970s was an iconic decade in music. From the "night fever" of disco to the immersion of rock and new wave bands, the popular songs of the decade had even more popular first lines. From ABBA's "Dancing Queen" to Don McLean's "American Pie," do you know the opening lyrics to these '70s songs?

The 1970s was the decade of disco. Some of the biggest acts featured the solo artists, Diana Ross and Donna Summer, while the groups like the Bee Gees and ABBA were controlling the airwaves. While their style of music was controlling the scene, the decade also witnessed the fame of many popular rock bands as well as the introduction of new wave artists. The 1970s also shot English artists and bands to the forefront of music. David Bowie, Elton John, and the Rolling Stones made massive splashes in the music scene, all of whom were responsible for some of the decade's biggest hits. From "Rocket Man" to "Satisfaction," do you know the opening lyrics for these '70s songs? There's only one way to find out! Pick up your mics and let's see if you can follow the tune of this quiz.

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