Are these titles of 1970s songs or TV shows?

For the most tuned-in Seventies fans only.

 
In the 1970s, if you had a hit, chances were that name would be recycled and reused, so a hit TV show eventually shared the same name as a hit song, and vice versa. It was just the way that decade rolled.

Below, we want to see if you can keep straight different TV shows and hit songs of the Seventies. 

Only the most tuned-in '70s fans will get them all. Good luck!
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Are these titles of 1970s songs or TV shows?

Your Result...

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12 Comments

nemalki 10 months ago
13/15

I foolishly had Kool & the Gang's "Joanna" on my mind misremembering it as "Diana."
RedSamRackham 21 months ago
* B-b-but Diana was also a Paul Anka song! ♣
babyboomer56 RedSamRackham 21 months ago
Exactly. And Tanya Tucker had a big hit with Delta Dawn before Helen Reddy.
DavidWitt RedSamRackham 10 months ago
Anka's song wasn't from the 70's
rycki1138 58 months ago
14 out of 15
What's it like being a walking glossary of the 1970s? I missed "Dark Lady". The first one could go either way. When Saturday Night Live first premiered it was called simply "Saturday Night". They couldn't call it Saturday Night Live when it premiered because Howard Cosell already had a show on the air at the time called Saturday Night Live. Howard Cosell's show was quickly cancelled, though, and they changed it to Saturday Night Live.
DouglasMorris 58 months ago
11/15! missed #9, #11, #14 and #15.
Amalthea 58 months ago
14/15. Missed #11. Never watched "Gunsmoke" & never heard of "Dirty Sally". All the rest I knew; no guesses.
CaroleThorpe 58 months ago
You got 15 out of 15
What's it like being a walking glossary of the 1970s?
ndebrabant 65 months ago

You got 14 out of 15
What's it like being a walking glossary of the 1970s?
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