How Well Do You Know The Grease Soundtrack?

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How Well Do You Know The Grease Soundtrack? - Quiz

From "Summer Nights" to "You're the One That I Want," Grease is full of fun, classic hits! Take this quiz to find out how well you know the Grease soundtrack! Good luck!
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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Song: Summer Nights. Fill in the blank: "Summer days _________ away."

    • A.

      Sneaking

    • B.

      Falling

    • C.

      Drifting

    • D.

      Straying

    • E.

      Dropping

    • F.

      Slipping

    Correct Answer
    C. Drifting
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Drifting" because it fits the context of the song. "Summer days drifting away" implies a sense of relaxation and carefree enjoyment, which is often associated with the summer season. Additionally, the word "drifting" suggests a sense of movement and ease, further enhancing the imagery of lazy summer days.

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  • 2. 

    Song: Hopelessly Devoted to You. Fill in the blank: "But now there's nowhere to hide, since you __________ my love aside."

    • A.

      Threw

    • B.

      Hid

    • C.

      Pushed

    • D.

      Cast

    • E.

      Shoved

    • F.

      Left

    Correct Answer
    C. Pushed
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Pushed." In the given line of the song, the speaker is expressing that their love has been rejected or dismissed by someone, and they feel exposed and vulnerable because of it. The word "pushed" conveys the idea of forcefully pushing something away or rejecting it, which fits well with the context of the line.

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  • 3. 

    "Baby get moving, why keep your feeble hopes alive?" Which "Grease" song is this?

    • A.

      Greased Lightnin'

    • B.

      Grease

    • C.

      Hopelessly Devoted to You

    • D.

      Summer Nights

    • E.

      Beauty School Dropout

    • F.

      Those Magic Changes

    Correct Answer
    E. Beauty School Dropout
    Explanation
    This question is asking for the song in the musical "Grease" that includes the lyrics "Baby get moving, why keep your feeble hopes alive?" The correct answer is "Beauty School Dropout."

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  • 4. 

    Song: Greased Lightnin'. Fill in the blank: "Well, this car is, __________, hydromatic, automatic. Why, it's greased lightnin'!"

    • A.

      Systematic

    • B.

      Problematic

    • C.

      Aromatic

    • D.

      Charismatic

    • E.

      Acrobatic

    • F.

      Enigmatic

    Correct Answer
    A. Systematic
    Explanation
    In the given lyrics of the song "Greased Lightnin'", the missing word needs to fit the rhythm and rhyme of the sentence. Out of the options provided, "systematic" is the most suitable choice as it maintains the flow of the sentence and matches the pattern of the other adjectives used in the line.

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  • 5. 

    "When we go out at night and stars are shinin' bright, up in the skies above." Which "Grease" song is this?

    • A.

      Greased Lightnin'

    • B.

      Born to Hand Jive

    • C.

      It's Raining on Prom Night

    • D.

      There Are Worse Things I Could Do

    • E.

      Rock 'n' Roll Is Here to Stay

    • F.

      We Go Together

    Correct Answer
    F. We Go Together
  • 6. 

    Song: Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee. Fill in the blank: "Keep your _________ paws off my silky draws."

    • A.

      Grimy

    • B.

      Filthy

    • C.

      Wretched

    • D.

      Dirty

    • E.

      Slimy

    • F.

      Earth

    Correct Answer
    B. Filthy
    Explanation
    In the song "Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee," the lyrics say "Keep your filthy paws off my silky draws." The word "filthy" is used to describe someone's paws, implying that they are dirty or unclean. This choice fits the context of the song and maintains the rhyme scheme.

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  • 7. 

    Song: You're the One That I Want. Fill in the blank: "You better prove that my _________ is justified."

    • A.

      Faith

    • B.

      Angel

    • C.

      Love

    • D.

      Word

    • E.

      Trust

    • F.

      Honey

    Correct Answer
    A. Faith
    Explanation
    In the song "You're the One That I Want," the correct answer is "Faith." The line "You better prove that my faith is justified" suggests that the speaker wants reassurance that their belief or trust in the other person is well-founded. They are asking for evidence or actions that will confirm that their faith in the person is justified.

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  • 8. 

    "What's that playing on the radio, why do I start swaying to and fro?" Which "Grease" song is this?

    • A.

      Tears On My Pillow

    • B.

      Those Magic Changes

    • C.

      Rock 'n' Roll Party Queen

    • D.

      Summer Nights

    • E.

      Hopelessly Devoted to You

    • F.

      Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee

    Correct Answer
    B. Those Magic Changes
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Those Magic Changes." This song is from the musical "Grease" and is sung by the character Doody. In the lyrics, he asks about the music playing on the radio and describes how it makes him start swaying to and fro.

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  • 9. 

    Song: Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee. Fill in the blank: "You got your __________, I'm no object of lust."

    • A.

      Trust

    • B.

      Bust

    • C.

      Thrust

    • D.

      Crust

    • E.

      Must

    • F.

      Gust

    Correct Answer
    D. Crust
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Crust". In the song "Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee," the line suggests that the person being referred to is not a sexual object or someone who is desired in that way. The word "Crust" is used metaphorically to imply that the person being talked about is not attractive or appealing in a sexual manner.

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  • 10. 

    Song: Beauty School Dropout. Fill in the blank: "Well they couldn't __________ you anything, you think you're such a looker."

    • A.

      Teach

    • B.

      School

    • C.

      Give

    • D.

      Tell

    • E.

      Deal

    • F.

      Show

    Correct Answer
    A. Teach
    Explanation
    In the song "Beauty School Dropout," the lyrics say "Well they couldn't teach you anything, you think you're such a looker." This means that the person being referred to believes they already know everything and don't need any further instruction or guidance. The word "teach" fits perfectly in this context as it implies the idea of providing knowledge or lessons, highlighting the arrogance of the person being addressed in the song.

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