The SMS Trivia Question for 6 / 11

Good day, and yes it’s time for an all new Trivia Quiz, brought to us each week by all the Groovey people  over at Omnivore Recordings! Your perfect location for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know!


Since we had no Trivia question last week, this week we’re jumping right in:

Take a. Good look at the two brief lines of lyric just below…

Lyric one: “Little children live in Hanoi, hoping  that the bombs won’t drop”

Lyric two: “In the jungle the mighty jungle”

Like we said “brief”… Two lyrics from two different great songs, one, we believe, you know like your own name! The other a bit more obscure! But, if you loved the 60’s you loved the song!

We need you to tell us the titles to the two songs that feature the two lyrics And of course the names of the two artists who enjoyed hits with these two tunes

In summary, here’s what we need:

1)  Give us the titles of the two songs that feature each lyric ?

2) Give us the names of he two artists who enjoyed hits with these two classics ?

3) Lastly give us the titles to at least one other hit fro each of the two artists ?

Meanwhile, as the answer is roaring thru your mind, why not take a moment, click on the link below and browse thru Omnivores 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 C.D. Every 30 days…




  1. Our old buddy, Emitt Rhodes
    Tame the Lion
    She’s Such A Beauty and With My Face On the Floor (LOVE the 1st album!)
    The Tokens
    The Lion Sleeps Tonight
    Hear The Bells and She LEts Her Hair Down

    • Hey Jeffry,
      As often the case, you are the only reader to correctly answer last weeks quiz! In fact YOU are the only reader to even answer our question!
      Congrats and WELL DONE

      • I hope all is great with you!
        Looking forward to the new space…although I’ve enjoyed this space for a long time.

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