The SMS Trivia Question of the Week 3 / 14…

“Dear Sir or Madame will you read my blog”

Yes indeed! It’s time for the all new trivia quiz for Tuesday March 14th. Brought to us each week by all the cool folks at Omnivore Recordings! Your place for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! However before we reveal this week’s trivia question, we’d like to recognize all the brilliant readers who weighed in on last week’s question, which was all about British singer / songwriter Peter Sarsdadt and his huge hit from 1969 “Where Do You Go To My Lovely” First in and a big fan of Mr. Sarsdadt is long time reader and one of our early SMS Super Genius Ms. Julie Ismert! Following Julie was another long time reader who we haven’t heard from in a while Mr. Simon Craddock! Welcome back Mr. C.  Naturally  Mr. Jeffrey Conroy weighed in and nailed all the questions and more! Lastly, wrapping things up was charter member SMS Super Genius Mr. Jim Gorman!  Congrats and thanx lady and gents one and all!

But now! It’s time for the brand new Trivia Question for Tuesday March 14th. Here’s your question: Take a look at the list below

+ “Auntie Jin’s Theme”

+ “Bad Finger Boogie”

+ “Miss Daisy Hawkins”

+ “Scrambled Eggs”

+ “Seventeen”

+ “That’s A Nice Hat”

+ “This Bird Has Flown”

The above list are the original or “Working Titles” to Seven of your favorite Beatle songs! We need you to give us the final and actual finished titles as they appear on The Beatles’ recordings!

Additionally and to qualify for SMS Super Genius status submit a Beatle “Working title you know but we didn’t include in our list!

While you’re looking for hints or clues, why not take a break, click on the link below and browse thru the most awesome catalog 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. ps…
    Let Go of My Wife-A Day in the Life
    Hard Luck- Across the Universe
    AllYou Need is a Wig- All You Need is Love

    the list goes on…

  2. Aunties-I’ve Just Seen A Face
    Bad Finger- With A Little Help From My Friends
    MIss Daisey- Eleanor Rigby
    Scrambled -Yesterday
    17- I Saw Her Standing There
    Hat- it’s Only Love
    This Bird- Norwegian Wood

  3. + “Auntie Jin’s Theme” – I’ve Just Seen A Face

    + “Bad Finger Boogie” – With A Little Help From My Friends

    + “Miss Daisy Hawkins” – Eleanor Rigby

    + “Scrambled Eggs” – Yesterday

    + “Seventeen” – I Saw Her Standing There

    + “That’s A Nice Hat” – It’s Only Love

    + “This Bird Has Flown” – Norwegian Wood

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