Who sang it: Loretta Lynn or Patsy Cline?

Both are incredible country singers, but can you spot whose single is whose?

This month, a new made-for-TV movie titled Patsy and Loretta documents the friendship of rising country stars Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn in the first years of their ascension to greatness. 

The movie boasts plenty of current-day talent. Broadway actresses Megan Hilty and Jessie Mueller take the leading roles. Both actresses have plenty of experience. Hilty (Cline) recently played the role of Doralee Rhodes in 9 to 5: The Musical. Mueller originated and starred in Beautiful; The Carole King Musical, in which she portrayed the title character.

With all of this effort and talent going into a biopic, how could we not test your knowledge of country greats! Do you know who sang each of these hits? Good luck!

  1. Who sang the song "Crazy"?
  2. Who sang the song "The Pill"?
  3. Who sang the song "I Fall to Pieces"?
  4. Who sang the song "Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray"?
  5. Who sang the song "You're Looking at Country"?
  6. Who sang the song "Walking After Midnight"?
  7. Who sang the song "Coal Miner's Daughter"?
  8. Who sang the song "Don't Come Home A Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)"?
  9. Who sang the song "One's on the Way"?
  10. Who sang the song "A Chruch, A Courtroom, and Then Goodbye"?

Who sang it: Loretta Lynn or Patsy Cline?

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EllisClevenger 21 days ago
You got 10 out of 10
The fastest, I've ever taken a quiz.
QuizQueen 22 days ago
8 out of 10 and in my beginning 30s.
LindaWilliams 24 days ago
Who sang it: Loretta Lynn or Patsy Cline?
You got 10 out of 10
Well done – you are clearly a die-hard fan!
GailZavarella 27 days ago
6/10 - Not surprising since I don't care for country music.
DIGGER1 28 days ago
Who sang it: Loretta Lynn or Patsy Cline?
You got 10 out of 10
Well done – you are clearly a die-hard fan!
Muleskinner 29 days ago
10/10. I have seen the movie Sweet Dreams" a couple of times. Patsy was great.
DouglasMorris 1 month ago
7/10! missed numbers 4, 5, and 8.
DeborahRoberts 1 month ago
A lot of people sure are anxious to tell everyone country isn't their kind of music. {Eye roll} 10/10 Proud to say my listening tastes are eclectic and I can appreciate the genius of all genres.
Thank you.
It had to be said, is sad.
KellyShort 1 month ago
6/10 a lot of guessing NOT MY KIND OF MUSIC
cperrynaples 1 month ago
9/10! Missed 4! Fun Fact: 1 was written by Willie Nelson!!
jojo68 1 month ago
10/10. I grew up listening to country music. I had no choice, it's the only music my parents would listen to on car trips.
KellyShort jojo68 1 month ago
I fill your pain
harlow1313 jojo68 1 month ago
My parents tuned into "Hee Haw" each week, so I got my share of pickin' and grinnin'.
Moody harlow1313 1 month ago
Yep same here. And Johnny Cash & Glen Campbell. With only 1 tv in the house it was either watch that or go do something else. I often did the latter.
BrittReid jojo68 1 month ago
My condolences.........
Utzaake 1 month ago
10/10. Someone at MeTV must've thoroughly enjoyed Ken Burns' Country Music documentary series.
BrownieMom 1 month ago
You got 10 out of 10
Well done – you are clearly a die-hard fan!
csaaphill 1 month ago
You got 10 out of 10
Well done – you are clearly a die-hard fan!
lol and not even a fan of country music that much. I do know some about both and have heard most of those songs though and Patsy Cline had a good voice and Lorretta as well. or has for her Lorreta that is.
Moody 1 month ago
9/10. Well done – you are clearly a die-hard fan! Well not really. I don't like country music but I grew up listening to it because both my parents liked it, especially my father. I guess it sticks with you even when you try to forget! lol!
csaaphill Moody 1 month ago
yeah, mee too not really but do know about those two. Phantom 409 I think was one of my dad's favorites. along with all those old ones.
Joe 1 month ago
Actually… a die-hard would've gotten every question correct. I hang my head in shame. :)
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