The SMS Trivia Question Of the Week 3 / 12…

“IWe’re back” With an all new Trivia Question for Tuesday, March 12th brought to us every Tuesday morning by all the Groovey people at Omnivore recordings! Your perfect spot for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! Also, Big SMS thank you’s to all you kind readers for the well wishes! So, let’s get down business! ! Since we had no question last week, we’re cutting straight to this weeks question: This week’s question is a lyrical question with a big twist! Take a careful look at the lyric just below! These lyrics are featured in a huge international hit from 1963, peaking at Number One on The Billboard charts!

”I look up as I walk”

“So that the tears won’t fall”

”Remembering those Spring days”

“And tonight I’m all alone”

“I look up as I walk”

“Counting the stars with tearful eyes”

“Remembering those summer days”

“And Tonight I’m all alone”

“Happiness lies beyond the clouds”

“Happiness lies above the sky”

This very unusual song remains as one or the most popular record’s in history, having sold over 13 Million copies to date! We need you to tell us the title of this 60’s romantic classic, as well as the name of the artist who recorded and released this “Super Smash” Lastly, and for a chance to win a way – cool Omnivore CD as well as bragging rights as a certified “SMS SUPER GENIUS” explain the odd origin of the songs unusual  title ?

In ummary, here’s what we need:

1) Give us the title of this 60’s classic ?

2) Give us the name of the talented artist who enjoyed this world wide chart topper ?

3) Explain the origin of the songs’ very odd title ?

Meanwhile, as you work up an appetite pondering this week’s song title, why not take a moment, click on the link below and browse Omnivores’ awesome catalog of the coolest music in the known world and beyond!


Remember, you can answer the weekly trivia question as often as you like, but can only win a groovey  Omnivore CD every 30 days!


1 Comment

  1. “Sukiyaki”
    Kyo Sakamoto
    These lyrics are the English translation/adaptation of the original Japanese. In the 60’s, little was known in the US about Japanese culture but we did know about the common Japanese food “sukiyaki” as English shorthand for what we now call “sir-fry”.

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