True - the last note is too high.
Question - True or False? 5 points.
Tommy James got the idea for Mony as an abbreviation for Money which he hoped to make a lot of on Mony Mony. False! Tommy had a session the next day to record the song that became "Mony, Mony." Unfortunately, he had no name for the girl in the song. He thought about something cutsie like an old '50's classic "Bony Moronie" but that didn't work. "Sheila" was already taken. Linda Lou? Tommy was quite beside himself.
He was in his suite in New York City and decided to step out for some fresh air. From the balcony, he saw a building and on that building he saw the name of the girl in the song.
Mutual of New York. Mony. Done deal!
Question: (Song) was written by Jamaican DJ Duke Reid in the 1930s. It was put on a piano roll for a player piano and then arranged later by John Holt for the Paragons in the '60s.
Guess that song:
- A) "The Tide Is High" - Blondie
- B) "Margaritaville" - Jimmy Buffet
- C) "Louie Louie "-Kingsmen
- D) "Start Me Up" - Rolling Stones