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Is This Lyric From The Monkees Or The Beatles?

Both the Beatles and the Monkees were iconic bands from the 1960s, but could you discern one from the other? Take this lyric quiz and find out if you can tell a Beatles song from a Monkees song. The results may surprise you!
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Monkees or Beatles: "Oh, I could hide 'neath the wings of the bluebird as she sings."
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Monkees or Beatles: "Don't make it bad. Take a sad song and make it better. Remember to let her into your heart…”
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Monkees or Beatles: "What's the use in trying? All you get is pain. When I needed sunshine, I got rain."
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Monkees or Beatles: “Suddenly, I'm not half the man I used to be. There's a shadow hanging over me.”
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Monkees or Beatles: “Little darling, it's been a long cold lonely winter. Little darling, it feels like years since its been here."
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Monkees or Beatles: "Floatin' down the river with a saturated liver."
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Monkees or Beatles: "The local rock group down the street is trying hard to learn their song. Serenade the weekend squire, who just came out to mow his lawn."
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Monkees or Beatles: "Oh please say to me, you'll let me be your man."
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Monkees or Beatles: "'Cause I'm leaving in the morning, and I must see you again."
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Monkees or Beatles: “You think you've lost your love. Well, I saw her yesterday. It's you she's thinking of, and she told me what to say."
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C+, Monkee Business

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Uh-oh, we've got some serious Monkee business on our hands! While you may love both of these bands, you couldn't recognize the lyrics of one from the other. Even though you didn't pass this quiz, it's clear that you love these musical icons as much as any one person can.

B+, Beatle Best

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You really showed your love of both the Beatles and the Monkees on this quiz! Though a few questions may have thrown you for a loop, it's clear that you know the music of these two bands as only a true music buff can. Whether it's the fab four or the Monkees, you love music!

A+, Music Maven

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Whoa, you're a total music maven! Even though these two iconic bands emerged at around the same time, you always know one from the other. Lyrically and stylistically, you'd never confuse the Monkees with the Beatles. You're a music buff who knows your classic hits and iconic tunes well!
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Monkees or Beatles: "Oh, I could hide 'neath the wings of the bluebird as she sings."
Monkees
Beatles
2
Monkees or Beatles: "Don't make it bad. Take a sad song and make it better. Remember to let her into your heart…”
Monkees
Beatles
3
Monkees or Beatles: "What's the use in trying? All you get is pain. When I needed sunshine, I got rain."
Monkees
Beatles
4
Monkees or Beatles: “Suddenly, I'm not half the man I used to be. There's a shadow hanging over me.”
Monkees
Beatles
5
Monkees or Beatles: “Little darling, it's been a long cold lonely winter. Little darling, it feels like years since its been here."
Monkees
Beatles
6
Monkees or Beatles: "Floatin' down the river with a saturated liver."
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Beatles
7
Monkees or Beatles: "The local rock group down the street is trying hard to learn their song. Serenade the weekend squire, who just came out to mow his lawn."
Monkees
Beatles
8
Monkees or Beatles: "Oh please say to me, you'll let me be your man."
Monkees
Beatles
9
Monkees or Beatles: "'Cause I'm leaving in the morning, and I must see you again."
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Beatles
10
Monkees or Beatles: “You think you've lost your love. Well, I saw her yesterday. It's you she's thinking of, and she told me what to say."
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Beatles

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