Welcome to this week’s Music Quiz, the 11th in this series. Congratulations to Rich of
https://kamertunesblog.wordpress.com/ for his perfect score last week.
This week a bunch of Beatles’ song titles have been translated through Babelfish with some unusual results – can you figure out the original song titles? It’s nice to see a few obscure titles in there alongside the obvious ones.
I scored 18/20 – can you better my score? Comments below.
Music Quiz: Name The Famous Musician
Eleanor by Vigilantes of Love
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