Lyrics – June Blog Challenge Day 20

Hello there! I always think 20 days into a challenge is an excellent time for a quiz so…. Can you name the films that these 20 lyrics belong to? Some are hard indeed. I will print the answers on Day 30 when the blog is complete. Good Luck. Let us know how well you do!

  1. If she doesn’t scare you no evil thing will.
  2. Now statistics prove prove that you’ve one birthday.
  3. I wanna stuff some chocolate in my face.
  4. But your faith it gives me strength, strength to believe… we’re breaking free
  5. There’s more to see than can ever be seen, more to do than can ever be done.
  6. How high will a sycamore grow? If you cut it down you’ll never know.
  7. Although you can’t see them. You know they are smiling, each time someone shows that he cares.
  8. I want adventure in the great wide somewhere
  9. It’s in the giving of a gift to another, a pair of mittens that were made by your mother.
  10. I am on my way, I can go the distance
  11. Ho hum the tune is dumb the words don’t mean a thing.
  12. I reached the top and had to stop and that’s whats bothering me
  13. You can lie to yourself and your minions. You can claim that you haven’t a qualm
  14. Suddenly, I’m respectable, starin’ right at ‘cha lousy with stature
  15. Like a bolt out of the blue. Fate steps in and sees you through
  16. Did they send me daughters. When I asked for sons?
  17. The bass play the brass. The chub play the tub The Fluke is the duke of soul.
  18. One jump ahead of the hitmen. One hit ahead of the flock. I think I’ll take a stroll around the block
  19. I am the one hiding under yours stairs. Fingers like snakes and spiders in my hair
  20. Look out! Look out! Pink elephants on parade


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