Can you guess the right first name that fits in these Sixties songs?

Ba Ba Ba Ba Barbara what?

So many hits in the Sixties named names when it came to singing about matters of the heart, but can you I.D. the sweethearts at the center of some of the decade's catchiest songs?

Try to plug the correct names into songs below, and be sure to read each question before leaping to your answers. Good luck!
  1. Neil Diamond's hit was called "SWEET ________________________"
  2. Wilson Pickett rode this hit up the charts: "MUSTANG ________________________"
  3. The Beatles gave us this tune: "LOVELY ________________________"
  4. Creedence Clearwater Revival put a lot of steam into: "PROUD ________________________"
  5. The Monkees sang this song with these lines: "She's the same little girl who used to hang around my door / But she sure looks different than the way she looked before."
  6. This hit for The Hollies cracked the top 10: " ________________________ ANNE"
  7. The Beach Boys stuttered when starting this song: "BARBARA ________________________"
  8. Here's a story that's sad but true from Dion DiMucci: "RUNAROUND ________________________"
  9. Four Tops were so smitten with this girl, they sang in the chorus: "I'll tell the world you belong to me / I'll tell the world, you're the soul of me"
  10. Lesley Gore knew how to sing a song about a girl in tears: "________________________'s Turn to Cry"
  11. "Pretty as a midsummer's morn'," Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons crooned about who? "________________________(Go Away)"
  12. Folks tuned in to hear Ray Peterson's teen tragedy hit all over the world: "TELL ________________________ I LOVE HER"

Can you guess the right first name that fits in these Sixties songs?

Your Result...

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58 Comments

LarryMMM 1 month ago
Good lord, that was so easy, a blind monkey could have aced this, 12/12....
Beatseeker LarryMMM 9 days ago
well slap my ass and call me a monkey!
WilliamJorns 7 months ago
I missed on Ray Peterson's, the Four Tops', and the Monkees' songs. All the rest I knew by heart.
Caretaker245 23 months ago
12/12... some good music there.
Xsquid 23 months ago
11 of 12 missed carrie anne
remodel18 Xsquid 23 months ago
I missed the same one.
CrystalWhitePullen 23 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
Good times never felt so good, right?!
CheriEspinoza 46 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
Good times never felt so good, right?!

Not much of a challenge... "Dawn" was a great tune.
P.S. - I do like the idea of "Runaround Ruth."
WILD 53 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
Good times never felt so good, right?!
CaroleThorpe 53 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
Good times never felt so good, right?!
Kevin 58 months ago
I mixed up Barbara Ann & Carrie Ann.
BTW, Carrie Anne Moss is named after the song "Carrie Ann>"
Kenson 59 months ago
12/12. 60s music quizzes always rebuild my confidence lol
Lacey 59 months ago
12/12 I really DO love 60s music.
SheriHeffner 59 months ago
11 out of 12. I got number 5 wrong, mainly because I don't think I ever heard it.
Lacey SheriHeffner 59 months ago
I guessed that one also. You would recognize it if you heard it though.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1MovVzzSQk
EllisClevenger 59 months ago
You got 10 out of 12
Good times never felt so good, right?!
JeffTanner 59 months ago
You got 12 out of 12 ------------Good times never felt so good, right?
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