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Song: "Pinball Wizard"

The Who's first rock opera, "Tommy", which was released in 1969, features this song written by Pete Townshend.


 

Quiz ID:#13138
Fun:*** (2.71)
Difficulty:* (1.02)
Category:Music > Rock
Created By:MarcM1098Aca****

 

 

 



#1   Complete the lyrics: "Ever since I was a young boy, I've played the _____. From Soho down to Brighton I must have played them all."






#2   Complete the lyrics: "But I ain't seen nothing like him in any amusement hall. That _____ kid sure plays a mean pinball."






#3   Complete the lyrics: "He stands like a statue, becomes part of the _____. Feeling all the bumpers, always playing _____."






#4   These lyrics are correct: "He plays by intuition, the digit counters fall."




#5   Complete the lyrics: "He's a pinball wizard. There has to be a twist. A pinball wizard's got such a _____ wrist."






#6   These lyrics are correct: "How do you think he does it? I'll tell you what makes him so good!"




#7   He "ain't got no distractions," the pinball wizard "plays by sense of _____."







#8   Complete the lyrics: "I thought I was the _____ table king. But I just handed my pinball _____ to him."






#9   Complete the lyrics: "Even on my favourite table, he can beat my best. His _____ lead him in and he just does the rest."






#10   These lyrics are correct: "He's got crazy flipper fingers, never seen him fall."




 

 


   



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