A music quiz from a classic 70’s track.
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Question 1 of 4
1. Question7 points
Listen to the first verse and complete the text.
- So, so you (think) you can (tell) Heaven (from) Hell, blue (skies) from pain. Can you tell a (green) field from a (cold) steel rail? A smile from a (veil)? Do you think you can tell?
Question 2 of 4
2. Question4 points
What does Roger Walters say most of the songs he’s ever written do?Correct
Question 3 of 4
3. Question13 points
Complete Walters explanation about the meaning of the song.
- Can you (free) yourself enough to be able to (experience) the (reality) of life as it goes on (before) you and (with) you and as you go on as (part) of it? Or not? Because (if) you (can’t), you stand on (square) one until you (die). And I know … that may (sound) like (bullshit), but that’s what the song is (about).
Question 4 of 4
4. Question6 points
Complete the final verse.
- How I wish, how I wish you (were) here. We're just two (lost) souls swimming in a (fish) bowl, year after year, Running (over) the same old ground. What have we (found)? The same old (fears). Wish you were here.