Answer with song title! [game]


STRAWBERRY (but reading comments on TY it’s apparently about a “hickey(s)”, lol)

What do you after you have finished eating?


:notes::musical_note: Siesta Fiesta :notes::musical_note:
By- Dean Martin

Born on the ________ of July?


4th of July (my daughter on the 5th but supposed on the 3rd ;))

What season do you prefer?


Spring day - BTS

What brings you the most happiness?


rain, winters, smiling faces, books, music…and things like that… :smile:

If you were reincarnated as an animal, based on your personality, what animal do you think you would come back as?


As a (Jellicle) CAT, miaou :smile_cat::cat2:

If you had wings, you’d be_______?


That’s such a nice way to put it! “to keep your dreams alive”… they sure do!


probably a phoenix… :fire:

Would you choose to know your future if it meant forgetting your past?


Think of the much used amnesia trope in drama, how would you like to react in such a situation, if it happened to you?


i would be totally dazed, conflicted and astonished…:astonished:

If you worked in the entertainment industry and had a pseudonym, what would your alias be?


I think the above quote question falls into your line of creativity? :wink::+1:t5: The trick is finding a song title, or song that gives the answer. You must include who sings it, unless it’s already in a link you post up, and then :drum: drum roll! :smile::grinning:! You must ask a question. Preferably with a song in mind. But! An answerable question you must ask :point_up:t5:! :relieved: Do not reply to this post. Do reply to the post directly above this one :wink: Only one person can reply :relieved: we follow the rules in this thread :relieved:

The "Viki Original" you haven't seen yet


loved “Dancin queen” no this isn’t a response to anything, just seen the girls and thought I’d say that


In terms of Hollywood pseudonyms, Wikipedia tells all:

Alan Smithee (also Allen Smithee) is an official pseudonym used by film directors who wish to disown a project. Coined in 1968 and used until it was formally discontinued in 2000, it was the sole pseudonym used by members of the Directors Guild of America (DGA) when a director, dissatisfied with the final product, proved to the satisfaction of a guild panel that they had not been able to exercise creative control over a film. The director was also required by guild rules not to discuss the circumstances leading to the movie or even to acknowledge being the project’s director."

If we are talking about a female pseudonym in English, maybe “Ellen Smithee.”

If we are talking about a female Korean pseudonym . . . the name Ellen (with variants such as Helen, Eleanor, Elaine, Eileen) derives from Greek and means “bright.”

“Smithy,” the most plain, ordinary, run-of-the-mill English surname, refers to a “smithy” the place where a blacksmith would make iron horseshoes. So what is Korean for “Director Bright Blacksmith” . . . ?

Song title? Hmmm . . . courtesy of YouTube, there is “Disowned” by Inova on the xKito Music channel. It’s in English and has some adult lyrics, but only a couple. However, you may skip over to YouTube and listen on your own.

Another musical answer might be:

(from YouTube–Britain’s Got Talent 2019 with Cristina Ramos)

My question for game participants would be: Is it possible that, as a young man from Stratford-upon-Avon, William Shakespeare hitched a ride with traders from England, sailed to Europe, sweated and swinked like a navvy for a pittance serving the East India Company, and ended up getting ideas for the English theatre (not theater)–costumes, buildings, characters, even plots–at various stops along the Silk Road?

If you think so, show me the musical evidence.


Well, how to answer better as with “relatives” ( :wink: ) of famous Mr. Shakespeare? LOL, I hope you can accept this answer.

Was it the nightingale or the lark?


I have never heard this song - I like it

Is it Stormy or Bright?


:notes::musical_note:Stormy :notes::musical_note:
By Hedley

After the rain comes what?


Today Sunshine then
More Rain
Here Comes the Rain Again

What do you find at the end of the Rainbow?


:thinking:After the rains comes “the rain?” :thinking: Okay.


What an interesting question! I’ve just woken up so the only pseudonym I can think of rn is MOONSHOT - N.Flying :joy: don’t ask me what it means, I have NO idea


Aww! misswillowinlove already answered. Your name would surely have found a song so titled, or at least a song singing about