Can you fill in the blank to complete these classic songs?

Plug in the parentheses on all the hits!

Naming a band is hard enough (some bands even steal their names from TV shows!), but naming all their songs is even harder. Some bands even like hit songs so much, they name them twice, with an additional part of the name scrawled on the label in parentheses.

Think you can fill in the brackets on catchy classic songs from the 1960s to the 1990s? (Let's find out!)
  1. In 1974, the Rolling Stones sang: "It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (???)
  2. In 1972, Elvis Presley sang: "(???) Teddy Bear"
  3. In 1967, the Doors sang: "Break On Through (???)"
  4. In 1979, Rupert Holmes sang: "Escape (???)"
  5. In 1982, Peter Schilling sang: "Major Tom (???)"
  6. In 1990, Cher sang: "The Shoop Shoop Song (???)"
  7. In 1972, Looking Glass sang: "Brandy (???)"
  8. In 1969, Sly and the Family Stone sang: "Thank You (???)"
  9. In 1986, Cutting Crew sang: "(???) Died in Your Arms"
  10. In 1990, Phil Collins sang: "Against All Odds (???)"
  11. In 1963, the Crystals sang: "Da Doo Ron Ron (???)"
  12. In 1977, Billy Joel sang: "Movin’ Out (???)"
  13. In 1988, the Proclaimers sang: "I’m Gonna Be (???)"

Can you fill in the blank to complete these classic songs?

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Amalthea 24 days ago
13/13. I was fully expecting to see "Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)" or "(Love Is) Thicker than Water".
Runeshaper 2 months ago
You got 11 out of 13
Whoo! It's only rock 'n' roll, but you clearly like it!
Barry22 5 months ago
12/13, missed #11. Elvis's Teddy Bear came out in 1972?! I don't think so. His big hit that year was Burning Love.
CaroleThorpe 5 months ago
You got 13 out of 13
Whoo! It's only rock 'n' roll, but you clearly like it!
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