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Can You Name These 70s Country Hits?

The 70s was an amazing time for country music. Do you think you can remember these 70s country hits? Take this quiz and find out!

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What song by the man in black Johnny Cash featured the line "On a Sunday morning sidewalk?"
I Walk the Line
Sunday Morning Coming Down
Folsom Prison

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What 1970's hit song by Loretta Lynn became known as her signature song?
Coal Miner's Daughter
Fist City
After the Fire is Gone

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What hit 1971 by Dolly Parton follows the story of an adventurous girl who visits a recluse?
Jolene
Joshua
Love is Like a Butterfly

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Can you finish the title of this hit Jerry Reed song, "When you're hot, you're_______?"
Cold
On fire
Hot

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What was the name of Tammy Wynette's hit 1972 song?
Bedtime Story
Golden Ring
Medley

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Can you finish the title to this 1972 Jerry Lee Lewis hit, "Me and________?"
You
Bobby McGee
Her

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What did Merle Haggard proclaim that everybody had in 1973?
Too much money
The blues
The shakes

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Marie Osmond scored one of her first country hits in 1973 with what song?
Paper Roses
Make the World Go Away
Meet Me in Montana

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What was the name of country legend John Denver's 1974 #1 song?
Country Roads
Back Home Again
Rocky Mountain High

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In 1975, Glen Campbell proclaimed himself to be a "rhinestone_______."
Lover
Cowboy
Enthusiast

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What 1975 George Jones song featured the lyrics, "Lord nothing has ever hurt me more, than that lonely sound?"
The Door
Golden Ring
A Picture of Me

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What was the name of Elvis' 1977 Billboard topping song?
Moody Blue
My Way
Unchained Melody

C+, Country Cool

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You are country cool! When it comes to knowing country hits of the 1970s, you're in pretty good shape. Even though you missed a few questions, we still think you're country cool. Our advice? Add a few old songs to a playlist and study up!

B+, Country Keen

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You are country keen! When it comes to country hits of the 1970s, you sure know your stuff. From Dolly Parton to Loretta Lynn, you know the hits like the back of your hand.

A+, Country Clever

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You are country clever! We get the feeling that you might be a bit of a country music fan. Are we right? We though so. When it comes to the hits of the 1970s, you know just about all there is to know. Chart topping country is definitely your thing.
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1
What song by the man in black Johnny Cash featured the line "On a Sunday morning sidewalk?"
I Walk the Line
Sunday Morning Coming Down
Folsom Prison
2
What 1970's hit song by Loretta Lynn became known as her signature song?
Coal Miner's Daughter
Fist City
After the Fire is Gone
3
What hit 1971 by Dolly Parton follows the story of an adventurous girl who visits a recluse?
Jolene
Joshua
Love is Like a Butterfly
4
Can you finish the title of this hit Jerry Reed song, "When you're hot, you're_______?"
Cold
On fire
Hot
5
What was the name of Tammy Wynette's hit 1972 song?
Bedtime Story
Golden Ring
Medley
6
Can you finish the title to this 1972 Jerry Lee Lewis hit, "Me and________?"
You
Bobby McGee
Her
7
What did Merle Haggard proclaim that everybody had in 1973?
Too much money
The blues
The shakes
8
Marie Osmond scored one of her first country hits in 1973 with what song?
Paper Roses
Make the World Go Away
Meet Me in Montana
9
What was the name of country legend John Denver's 1974 #1 song?
Country Roads
Back Home Again
Rocky Mountain High
10
In 1975, Glen Campbell proclaimed himself to be a "rhinestone_______."
Lover
Cowboy
Enthusiast
11
What 1975 George Jones song featured the lyrics, "Lord nothing has ever hurt me more, than that lonely sound?"
The Door
Golden Ring
A Picture of Me
12
What was the name of Elvis' 1977 Billboard topping song?
Moody Blue
My Way
Unchained Melody

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