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

Gin

California Gurls – Katy Perry

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

Vodka

Stan – Eminem

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

Rum

Where the Party At – Jagged Edge feat. Nelly

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

Whiskey

Beer for my Horses – Toby Keith

Whiskey for my men and beer for my horses”

Scotch

This Year – The Mountain Goats

“The taste of scotch rich on my tongue”

Tequila

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

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

Cognac/Brandy

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

Wine

Gotta Have You – The Weepies

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

Champagne

Shimmer – Fuel

“She dreams a champagne dream, strawberry surprise”

Beer

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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