Musical Lexicon – “It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere” – My Answers

14 Apr

Here are my answers before I ship off for Spring Break part zwei.

Topic – Types of Alcohol


California Gurls – Katy Perry

“Sippin’ gin and juice layin’ underneath the palm trees”


Stan – Eminem

“I drank a fifth of vodka – dare me to drive?”


Where the Party At – Jagged Edge feat. Nelly

“Girls on the way, where that Bacardi at?”


Beer for my Horses – Toby Keith

Whiskey for my men and beer for my horses”


This Year – The Mountain Goats

“The taste of scotch rich on my tongue”


My Drink N My 2 Step – Cassidy feat. Swizz Beatz

“Get the Patrón, and tell ’em that it’s on”


Pass The Courvoisier – Busta Rhymes feat. P. Diddy and Pharrell

“Give me the Henny, you can give me the Cris, you can pass me the Rémy, but pass the Courvoisier


Gotta Have You – The Weepies

“No amount of coffee, no amount of cryin’, no amount of whiskey, no amount of wine.”


Shimmer – Fuel

“She dreams a champagne dream, strawberry surprise”


Say It Ain’t So – Weezer

“Somebody’s Heine‘ is crowding my icebox”

Mixed Drink/Cocktail

Tequila Sunrise – The Eagles

“It’s another tequila sunrise, this old world still looks the same”

As with previous topics, songs about alcohol tend to come bunched together, so a bunch of my answers were taken up for different words in the answers from the adoring populous (that’s you!). The only direct overlap I had from my original list was 50’s In Da Club for Rum, so I figured the best course of action was to think of as many “club” songs as I could that use the word party, and eventually one would rhyme it with Bacardi.

Tune in tomorrow for a Spring Break special – a super long list with a mystery topic! My hint: It’s elementary.

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