Erfolgreiche Popsongs forderten oft eine Antwort heraus.
Auf Jim Reeves' He'll Have to Go antwortete Jeannie Black mit He'll Have to Stay.
Unbekannte und ungewollte Beispiele werden hier gelistet.
|... and the answer is ...|
|"Billy Joe reached for his
gun to draw
But the stranger drew his gun and fired before he even saw."
Johnnie Cash Don't Take Your Guns to Town, 1958
|"I'll be hung tomorrow,
just because I had to kill that little rat,
But I swore that he'd never get away with that.
And Billy Joe didn't get away with that."
Jerry Lee Lewis The Ballad of Billy Joe, 1959
|"I'm proud to be an Okie
from Muskogee, a place where even squares can have a ball."
Merle Haggard Okie from Muskogee
|"I'm proud to be an asshole
from El Paso."
Kinky Friedman Asshole from El Paso
|"Let's go to Luckenbach,
Texas, with Waylon and Willie and the boys!"
Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson Luckenbach, Texas, 1977
|"Who cares about
Luckenbach? I've been to Lajitas!"
Bumper sticker for sale in Lajitas, Texas.
|"But if you haven't gambled
for love and lost, then you haven't gambled at all."
Frankie Laine Moonlight Gambler, 1956
|"Don't you gambleit's
only for fools
don't gamble with love."
Paul Anka Don't Gamble with Love, 1957
|"I Can't Get No
Rolling Stones Satisfaction, 1965
|"Just Help Yourself"
Tom Jones Help Yourself,1968