Are these names of Sixties pop songs or old-fashioned candy treats?

Gotta get back to that sugar shack...

"Sugar, Sugar" made sure bubblegum pop stuck around in the Sixties, with plenty of artists, from chart toppers to one hit wonders getting in on sweet hits that were "Yummy Yummy Yummy" to our ears.

With so many songs named to sound like sweet treats, it makes us wonder: Can you tell the difference between a Sixties hit and old-fashioned candies you either never or rarely see on shelves anymore?

Put your sweet tooth to the test now!
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  1. HANKY PANKY
  2. NO JELLY
  3. CANDY KISSES
  4. CANDY LIPS
  5. WAX LIPS
  6. LONG BOYS
  7. SWEET PEA
  8. STRAWBERRY WHEELS
  9. GOODY GOODY GUMDROPS
Are these names of Sixties pop songs or old-fashioned candy treats?

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Lacey 2 months ago
OUch, 5/10. I really thought I would do better.
SheriHeffner 2 months ago
9 out of 10. But I can remember some of the candy and I barely remember Goody Goody Gumdrops. The No Jelly was a candy bar because I remember seeing a commercial as a child where a man and woman were talking about peanut butter but no jelly and the woman after the man says no jelly cries?
Jacqueline05478 2 months ago
Disagree with Candy Kisses and Wax Lips.
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booster 2 months ago
7/10. Candy Kisses is both a song and a candy, so either is right.
cperrynaples booster 2 months ago
No, because most of us refer to the candy as Hershey's kisses! it's just like candy lips is a song and wax lips is a candy!
Maybe "most of us" do where you live but it could be a regional thing because around here they are called Candy Kisses.
Yeah! Just like carbonated beverages are called soda in one area of the country, and pop in another. It's all in how/where you are brought up.
SheriHeffner booster 2 months ago
When I was little I remember watching a cartoon on Saturday morning television where a cartoon group sing "Candy Candy Candy Kisses MMM MMM MMM MMM MMM Good"
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