Whip out your music program, click the random button, and pick out 10 songs. Alter the name by turning it into a convoluted, wordy synonym. For example: Silent Night = Nocturnal Time Completely Lacking Noise. When someone guesses the title correctly, italicize the convoluted one and put the real title and the person who figured it out.
- Hazard an inquiry into the identity of the person who has arrived in the metropolitan area: Guess Who’s in Town (recorded by Bobby Short), Kendra/Nao (close enough)
- This infant of mine has no emotional attachment to persons other than myself: My Baby Only Cares for Me (recorded by Katherine Whalen), Kendra (who missed the possessive, but got the song right)
- Depart with me: Let’s Go (recorded by the Cars), Michael
- All terrestrial substances
- Atop a brume of CuAl6(PO4)4(OH)8�4H2O: On a Turquoise Cloud (recorded by Duke Ellington), Stephen
- Half a fortnight: One Week (recorded by Barenaked Ladies), Melissa R
- Infused Camellia, T�te à T�te (or, alternately, Don’t bogart that joint, it’s just you and me): Tea for Two (recorded by Duke Ellington), Stephen
- Hatchway leading down to a subterranean room: Cellar Door (recorded by Laura Cantrell), Melissa R.
- Withdraw a bit: Get Back (recorded by The Beatles), Michael
- Impregnable Terpsichore: The Safety Dance, Stephen
As a bonus, because it’s actually quite hard to stop, there’s Mortified Stramineousness, The Sunny Season under Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, and One Has Got.
chazak, chazak, v’nitchazek,