Music Quiz: Ruined by a Letter 1990s #2

Last week’s US Presidents quiz featured the cover image of Olivia Rodrigo’s debut album Sour. The second single from that album was ‘Deja Vu’, and it’s Deja Vu on the scoreboard this week, with Rich Kamerman and EclecticMusicLover again tying at the top of the leaderboard. They both had perfect scores, but Rich was slightly faster.

This week, you need to exhibit your knowledge of 1990s songs titles. Each has an incorrect letter, which renders the song humorous. You need to click the letter that’s been replaced.

https://www.sporcle.com/games/samc67/ruined-by-replacement-song-titles-1990s-part-the-second

I scored 26/26 with 2:54 remaining. Can you beat my time? As a bonus question, can you explain my choice of album artwork this week?

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  1. 19/26 with 1:05 left. I had to restart it when I realized I was clicking on the wrong letter in the title instead of choosing the right letter for the title. All I see in the artwork is fire in the hole but not sure if it’s what you’re looking for.

  2. Fully expecting to blow it, I got 100% with 2:32 remaining. There were 3 or 4 where I had no clue but I just rode it out and when there were only a couple letters left, it was easy. Super fun.

  3. 23-26 which given we are talking 90s songs I’m actually happy with. Bonus clue I thought Fire and Water, but actually like Lisa’s choice – Fire in the Hole

  4. 21/26. I knew hardly any of them, I just guessed whether they made literal sense or not, but even then I couldn’t work out “my princes”, “my piances” (whatever they are) was all I could come up with!

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