NEW QUIZ - Billericay Lions - Weather Songs

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PuzzledPedro | 08:13 Sat 09th Oct 2010 | Quizzes & Puzzles
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First Prize £50.00
Second Prize £25.00
Third Prize £10.00
Three Lucky Dip Prizes - £5.00
Entry Fee £1.00
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As the quiz was being written summer was being drowned out and autumn is blown in. Our fascination with weather is frequently reflected in our music. Each of the 80 clues shows you all the vowels for a song in which either the title or artist contains a word or phrase that makes you think of the weather. All the songs were in the charts between 1954 and 2005 but beware sometimes the weather is a word on its own and sometimes it is hidden within a word.

Copies of the quiz can be downloaded from and you can send your fee with your completed entry, or if you still want the thrill of receiving a paper copy in the post they can still be requested by sending a stamped, addressed envelope and entry fee to :-
Weather Songs, Lions Club of Billericay, PO Box 4359, CM11 1HB
(Cheques \Postal Orders should be made payable to Lions Club of Billericay)
The closing date is Saturday 8th January 2011

Marked answer sheets will be returned on request after closing date.


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Should question 30, have another vowel in the first word of the song title?

And has question 9 got one too many letters in the artist
And has question 22 got one too many letters in the song title
I think Purplebird is correct
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