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Can You Name These 1960s Country Songs?

Country music just isn't what it used to be! Do you think you can name these epic 1960s country songs with the ease and skill of a true country connoisseur? Let's find out!
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Name the 1960s country song: "Love is a burning flame...."
Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash
Hello Walls by Faron Young
Stand by Your Man by Tammy Wynette

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Name the 1960s country song: "I knew you'd love me as long as you wanted, And then someday you'd leave me for somebody new."
Are You Lonesome Tonight by Elvis Presley
I Fall to Pieces by Patsy Cline
Crazy by Patsy Cline

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Name the 1960s country song: "Trailer for sale or rent, rooms to let, fifty cents. No phone, no pool, no pets, I ain't got no cigarettes."
Flowers on the Wall by the Statler Brothers
King of the Road by Roger Miller
On the Road Again by Willie Nelson

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Name the 1960s country song: " They're gonna put me in the movies, they're gonna make a big star out of me."
A Boy Named Sue by Johnny Cash
Act Naturally by Buck Owens
He Stopped Loving Her Today by George Jones

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Name the 1960s country song: "Sometimes it's hard to be a woman, giving all your love to just one man."
I Fall to Pieces by Patsy Cline
Stand by Your Man by Tammy Wynette
I Will Always Love You by Dolly Parton

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Name the 1960s country song: I feel tears wellin' up cold and deep inside, like my heart's sprung a big break."
The Race is On by George Jones
Old Rivers by Walter Brennen
I Can't Stay Mad At You by Skeeter Davis

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Name the 1960s country song: "It's a big job just gettin' by with nine kids and a wife."
Working Man Blues by Merle Haggard
Detroit City by Bobby Bare
Big Bad John by Jimmy Dean

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Name the 1960s country song: "Well, I thought the day I met you, you were meek as a lamb;just the kind to fit my dreams and plans."
Old Rivers by Walter Brennen
Engine, Engine by Roger Miller
I've Got A Tiger By The Tail by Buck Owens

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Name the 1960s country song: The lights in the harbor, don't shine for me, I'm like a lost ship."
Devil Woman by Marty Robbins
Dang Me by Roger Miller
Sea of Heartbreak by Don Gibson

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Name the 1960s country song: "I pulled out of Pittsburgh rolling down the Eastern seaboard."
Walk On By by Leroy Van Dyke
Six Days On The Road by Steve Earle
Please Help Me I'm Falling by Hank Locklin

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Name the 1960s country song: "I recall a box of rags that someone gave us And how my momma put the rags to use."
Coal Miner's Daughter by Loretta Lynn
Coat of Many Colors by Dolly Parton
Walk Through This World by George Jones

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Name the 1960s country song: You've painted up your lips and rolled and curled your tinted hair."
The End of the World by Skeeter Davis
Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town by Kenny Rogers
Sweet Dreams by Patsy Cline

C+, 1960s Country Rusty

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Based on the results of this quiz,your knowledge on 1960s country songs is a little bit rusty. While these song may still resonate with you, you've forgotten more than a few. Worry not, perhaps this quiz took you on a nice trip down memory lane.

B+, 1960s Country Fan

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Based on the results of this quiz, it's obvious that you're a true 1960s country music fan. Sure, a song or two may have slipped your memory over time, but all in all, it's hard to argue your knowledge on country music.

A+, 1960s Country Connoisseur

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a true 1960s country connoisseur! It's obvious that country music holds a special place in your heart, especially the songs of this amazing decade. Keep up the good work!
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1
Name the 1960s country song: "Love is a burning flame...."
Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash
Hello Walls by Faron Young
Stand by Your Man by Tammy Wynette
2
Name the 1960s country song: "I knew you'd love me as long as you wanted, And then someday you'd leave me for somebody new."
Are You Lonesome Tonight by Elvis Presley
I Fall to Pieces by Patsy Cline
Crazy by Patsy Cline
3
Name the 1960s country song: "Trailer for sale or rent, rooms to let, fifty cents. No phone, no pool, no pets, I ain't got no cigarettes."
Flowers on the Wall by the Statler Brothers
King of the Road by Roger Miller
On the Road Again by Willie Nelson
4
Name the 1960s country song: " They're gonna put me in the movies, they're gonna make a big star out of me."
A Boy Named Sue by Johnny Cash
Act Naturally by Buck Owens
He Stopped Loving Her Today by George Jones
5
Name the 1960s country song: "Sometimes it's hard to be a woman, giving all your love to just one man."
I Fall to Pieces by Patsy Cline
Stand by Your Man by Tammy Wynette
I Will Always Love You by Dolly Parton
6
Name the 1960s country song: I feel tears wellin' up cold and deep inside, like my heart's sprung a big break."
The Race is On by George Jones
Old Rivers by Walter Brennen
I Can't Stay Mad At You by Skeeter Davis
7
Name the 1960s country song: "It's a big job just gettin' by with nine kids and a wife."
Working Man Blues by Merle Haggard
Detroit City by Bobby Bare
Big Bad John by Jimmy Dean
8
Name the 1960s country song: "Well, I thought the day I met you, you were meek as a lamb;just the kind to fit my dreams and plans."
Old Rivers by Walter Brennen
Engine, Engine by Roger Miller
I've Got A Tiger By The Tail by Buck Owens
9
Name the 1960s country song: The lights in the harbor, don't shine for me, I'm like a lost ship."
Devil Woman by Marty Robbins
Dang Me by Roger Miller
Sea of Heartbreak by Don Gibson
10
Name the 1960s country song: "I pulled out of Pittsburgh rolling down the Eastern seaboard."
Walk On By by Leroy Van Dyke
Six Days On The Road by Steve Earle
Please Help Me I'm Falling by Hank Locklin
11
Name the 1960s country song: "I recall a box of rags that someone gave us And how my momma put the rags to use."
Coal Miner's Daughter by Loretta Lynn
Coat of Many Colors by Dolly Parton
Walk Through This World by George Jones
12
Name the 1960s country song: You've painted up your lips and rolled and curled your tinted hair."
The End of the World by Skeeter Davis
Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town by Kenny Rogers
Sweet Dreams by Patsy Cline

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