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Sing It ... With Flowers

Lots of songs have flowers in their titles. Have fun completing the given lyrics using the flower that appears in the song's title. Then enjoy singing your favourites again!


 

Quiz ID:#26581
Fun:*** (2.69)
Difficulty:** (1.19)
Category:Music
Created By:dalfamnestAnz*******

 

 

 



#1   Pick a flower for the gap. "Come tiptoe through the _____ with me."







#2   "Far beneath the bitter snows, lies the seed that with the sun's love, in the spring becomes the _____." Which flower completes this optimistic sentiment?







#3   Choose the flower for these lyrics: "Six colour pictures all in a row of a _____".







#4   Which flower names this fickle friend? "So build me up, _____, don't break my heart."







#5   Which delicate flower is mentioned here? "You took a white _____, turned it blue."







#6   "_____, good morning. You sure do make it like a sunny day." Choose another cheerful flower!







#7   Pick a flower to complete these lyrics: "Flyin' me back to Memphis. Gotta find my _____ Jane."







#8   "But every guy there was thinkin' like me. I had to stand in line to get a dance with _____." What was her name?







#9   Complete the lyrics with a flower. "Sending you _____ to help me to remember."







#10   You need a spring flower to complete this line. "What are they doing in the _____ House?"







#11   Choose another spring flower for this gap. "It's the _____ Special, bringin' my baby back."







#12   Complete the bouquet with two of this beautiful bloom. "_____, _____, bless my homeland forever."







 

 


   



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