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Can You Name These 1950s Country Songs By The First Line?

So you think you know your 1950's country songs? It's time to find out! Take these 12 quiz questions and find out if you can name these 1950s country songs by their first line! It might not be as simple as you think!
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Name the 1950's country song: "I keep a close watch on this heart of mine , I keep my eyes wide open all the time..."
I Walk the Line by Johnny Cash
Poor Little Fool by Ricky Nelson
El Paso by Marty Robbins

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Name the 1950's country song: "Yeah, the G-men, T-men, revenurers too, Searchin' for the place where he made his brew."
White Lightning by The Big Bopper
I Walk the Line by Johnny Cash
Hot Headed Woman by Elvis Presley

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Name the 1950's country song: "Whatcha got cookin'? How's about cookin' somethin' up with me?"
Cold Cold Heart by Hank Williams
The Battle of New Orleans by Johnny Horton
Hey Good Lookin' by Hank Williams

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Name the 1950's country song: "Out in the moonlight, Just like we used to do, I'm always walkin'."
Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash
I Go Walkin' After Midnight by Patsy Cline
Your Cheatin' Heart by Hank Williams

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Name the 1950's country song: "Some people say a man is made outta mud, poor man's made outta muscle and blood."
Oh Lonesome Me by Don Gibson
Sixteen Tons by Tennessee Ernie Ford
El Paso by Marty Robbins

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Name the 1950's country song: "I was dancin' with my darlin to the Tennessee Waltz When an old friend I happened to see. "
Cold, Cold Heart by Hank Williams
Heartaches by the Number by Ray Price
Tennessee Waltz by Patty Page

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Name the 1950's country song: "Well, since my baby left me, I found a new place to dwell Down at the end of Lonely Street."
Release Me by Ray Price
Your Cheatin' Heart by Hank Williams
Heartbreak Hotel by Elvis Presley

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Name the 1950's country song: "You shake my nerves and you rattle my brain, too much love drives a man insane."
Great Balls of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis
Blue Suede Shoes by Elvis Presley
Singing the Blues by Marty Robbins

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Name the 1950's country song: "Out in the West Texas town of El Paso, I fell in love with a Mexican girl."
Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash
El Paso by Marty Robbins
Yellow Rose of Texas by Gene Autry

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Name the 1950's country song: "Everybody's going out and having fun, I'm just a fool for staying home and having none."
Oh Lonesome Me by Don Gibson
Heartaches by the Number by Ray Price
White Lightning by George Jones

C+, 1950s Country Average

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You have an average knowledge on the biggest country songs of the 1950s! While you might know a bit of classic country, you could definitely stand to brush up on these amazing hits. Get the record player going and kick up your feet!

B+, 1950s Country Clever

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You are 1950s country clever! You know your 1950s country songs like only a true country fan can! It's obvious that these iconic hits have and always will hold a special place in your heart. Go you!

A+, 1950s Country Megafan

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a country music mega fan! You love country music and the classic hits of the 1950s like only a true fan can. From Hank Williams to Johnny Cash, you know your greatest country hits well.
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1
Name the 1950's country song: "I keep a close watch on this heart of mine , I keep my eyes wide open all the time..."
I Walk the Line by Johnny Cash
Poor Little Fool by Ricky Nelson
El Paso by Marty Robbins
2
Name the 1950's country song: "Yeah, the G-men, T-men, revenurers too, Searchin' for the place where he made his brew."
White Lightning by The Big Bopper
I Walk the Line by Johnny Cash
Hot Headed Woman by Elvis Presley
3
Name the 1950's country song: "Whatcha got cookin'? How's about cookin' somethin' up with me?"
Cold Cold Heart by Hank Williams
The Battle of New Orleans by Johnny Horton
Hey Good Lookin' by Hank Williams
4
Name the 1950's country song: "Out in the moonlight, Just like we used to do, I'm always walkin'."
Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash
I Go Walkin' After Midnight by Patsy Cline
Your Cheatin' Heart by Hank Williams
5
Name the 1950's country song: "Some people say a man is made outta mud, poor man's made outta muscle and blood."
Oh Lonesome Me by Don Gibson
Sixteen Tons by Tennessee Ernie Ford
El Paso by Marty Robbins
6
Name the 1950's country song: "I was dancin' with my darlin to the Tennessee Waltz When an old friend I happened to see. "
Cold, Cold Heart by Hank Williams
Heartaches by the Number by Ray Price
Tennessee Waltz by Patty Page
7
Name the 1950's country song: "Well, since my baby left me, I found a new place to dwell Down at the end of Lonely Street."
Release Me by Ray Price
Your Cheatin' Heart by Hank Williams
Heartbreak Hotel by Elvis Presley
8
Name the 1950's country song: "You shake my nerves and you rattle my brain, too much love drives a man insane."
Great Balls of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis
Blue Suede Shoes by Elvis Presley
Singing the Blues by Marty Robbins
9
Name the 1950's country song: "Out in the West Texas town of El Paso, I fell in love with a Mexican girl."
Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash
El Paso by Marty Robbins
Yellow Rose of Texas by Gene Autry
10
Name the 1950's country song: "Everybody's going out and having fun, I'm just a fool for staying home and having none."
Oh Lonesome Me by Don Gibson
Heartaches by the Number by Ray Price
White Lightning by George Jones

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