Secret  Limerick Word

 

Read the famous musical quotes, and put the name of the artist that says that the line in the blank spaces provided.   Line up the underscored letters to spell a secret word.   The quotes have missing words, that fit into the limerick on the other page.   Take those words to fill in the limerick.

I will start you off.   The answer to 5a  is “that’s” and 5b  is “true”.   That quote comes from “Don’t Be Cruel” by Elvis.  The “S” in Elvis contributes to the last letter of the secret word.   Now, go to the other page and fill in blanks 5a and 5b with “that’s true”.

If you can't figure it out, you can click on the quote to hear the audio sample, to get the quote sung by the voice and music.

 

___  ___ ___  ___  ___                 - “Don’t wanna be 8a fool for you.   Just another player in your 8b for two."

 

___ ____ ___ ___  ___    ___ ___ ___ ___               - “To the place in our hearts where we 7a, 7b I 7c why they call it the 7d.”  

 

 ___ ___ ___ ___  ___ ___                     - “Dear beloved, 3a gathered here 3b to get through this thing called life.”   

 

___  ___ ___ ___  ___    ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___                   - “I write 6a 6b 6c 6d the young girls cry.”

 

   ___ ____ ___  ___ ____ ___ ___                   - “And we lived beneath the waves.     4a our 4b  submarine.”

 

___ ___ ___ ___  ___ ___ ___ ___               - “Oh, 9a 9b 9c!   I wonder who is watching me now?”   

____  ___  ___ ___  ___ ___ ___ ___             - “I have a blue house with a blue window.  2a is 2b 2c of all I wear. ”

___ ___ ___  ___  ___ ___ ___ ___  ___           - “And there we 1a 1b 1c 1d  one place.    A generation lost in space.”

            ___ ___ ___ ___  ___ ___             - “Important like a river, or tall like a tree.  When 10a is all there is 10b be".

 ___ ___ ___ ___  ___            - “Cruel to a heart, 5a 5b.  I don’t want no other love.”

 

 


 

Limerick

Take the words from the musical quotes on the other page and put them into the verses of this poem. 

If you want to hear the answers, or if you want to listen to the poem, click on the line links to hear each verse.

 

1a 1b 1c  1d   2b 2c  2a      -  line 1

3a  3b  4a  4b 5a  5b     -  line 2

6a 6b 6c 7a 7b 7c   -  line 3

8a 8b 9a 9b 9c   -   line 4

7d 7b 4b 6d 10a 10b    -    line 5