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Can You Name 12 Epic 70s Ballads?

Do you think you’re the music trivia master? Take these 12 questions and see if you can name these 12 epic 70s ballads!

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Which 1970s ballad included the lyrics, "there's a lady that's sure all that glitters is gold?"
"Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin
"Then Came the Last Days of May" by Blue Oyster Cult
"Angel" by Rod Stewart

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Which ballad did the Rolling Stones release in 1971?
Wild Horses
Angie
Miss You

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According to a 1974 song by the band Nazareth, love____________.
Hurts
Sings
Stings

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Which KISS song is titled after a popular women's name?
Amanda
Beth
Lizzy

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Which 1976 ballad includes the lyrics, "sing with me, sing for the years, sing for the laughter, sing for the tears?"
"Why" by Fleetwood Mac
"Dream On" by Aerosmith
"Summer Breeze" by Seals and Crofts

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Where was the hotel located in the Eagle's hit 1977 ballad?
Pennsylvania
Oregon
California

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Kansas proclaimed in 1977 that all we are is__________.
People
Dust in the wind
Sand through an hour glass

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What 1978 song includes the lyrics "baby we can talk all night, but that ain't getting us nowhere?"
"Two Out of Three Ain't Bad" by Meatloaf
"Still In Love With You" by Thin Lizzy
"Ready for Love" by Bad Company

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What hit 1971 hit song by Black Sabbath spoke of change?
Changes
The Wizard
Paranoid

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In 1976, Queen asked the question, "can't anybody find me_______."
Somebody to Love
Someone to Hold
A Best Friend

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What 1977 Foreigner song included the lyrics, "you want paradise, but someday you'll pay the price?"
Cold As Ice
Jukebox Hero
Say You Will

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Which band released the 1978 song, "I Want You to Want Me?"
Cheap Trick
Lou Reed
Whitesnake

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You are totally 70s sweet! The 70s were a time for epic ballads and amazing love songs. It's clear that you are a fan of all of the musical styles that this decade has to offer, with a true soft spot for a good power ballad. Well done!

B+, 70s Super

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You are 70s super! When it comes to 70s epic ballads, there are quite a few songs to wade through. This decade is known for its sweeping anthems. Despite this, we couldn't trip you up on our epic 70s ballad quiz, you know your music!

A+, 70s Star

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You are a 70s star! A good 70s ballad is memorable and easy on the ears. As a fan of all the musical stylings this decade had to offer, we're sure you already know this. You passed our 70s ballad quiz with flying colors. When it comes to a good rock song, you know what's what!
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1
Which 1970s ballad included the lyrics, "there's a lady that's sure all that glitters is gold?"
"Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin
"Then Came the Last Days of May" by Blue Oyster Cult
"Angel" by Rod Stewart
2
Which ballad did the Rolling Stones release in 1971?
Wild Horses
Angie
Miss You
3
According to a 1974 song by the band Nazareth, love____________.
Hurts
Sings
Stings
4
Which KISS song is titled after a popular women's name?
Amanda
Beth
Lizzy
5
Which 1976 ballad includes the lyrics, "sing with me, sing for the years, sing for the laughter, sing for the tears?"
"Why" by Fleetwood Mac
"Dream On" by Aerosmith
"Summer Breeze" by Seals and Crofts
6
Where was the hotel located in the Eagle's hit 1977 ballad?
Pennsylvania
Oregon
California
7
Kansas proclaimed in 1977 that all we are is__________.
People
Dust in the wind
Sand through an hour glass
8
What 1978 song includes the lyrics "baby we can talk all night, but that ain't getting us nowhere?"
"Two Out of Three Ain't Bad" by Meatloaf
"Still In Love With You" by Thin Lizzy
"Ready for Love" by Bad Company
9
What hit 1971 hit song by Black Sabbath spoke of change?
Changes
The Wizard
Paranoid
10
In 1976, Queen asked the question, "can't anybody find me_______."
Somebody to Love
Someone to Hold
A Best Friend
11
What 1977 Foreigner song included the lyrics, "you want paradise, but someday you'll pay the price?"
Cold As Ice
Jukebox Hero
Say You Will
12
Which band released the 1978 song, "I Want You to Want Me?"
Cheap Trick
Lou Reed
Whitesnake

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