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Leuzinger High School Class of 1981 - The Beatles
From their days playing in Hamburg, Germany all the way to Abbey Road, Beatlemania was an international sensation that inspired musicians and music lovers worldwide. Take this quiz and find out how your Beatles trivia skills rank!

1. How did the Beatles come up with the title for the song 'A Hard Day's Night'?
A - Paul McCartney took words from two other titles and combined them.
B - After working all day long, Ringo Starr muttered, 'It's been a hard day' and when he realized that it was dark out added, 'night!' The phrase stuck.
C - Yoko Ono suggested the title to John Lennon.

2. 'Working for peanuts' is a line from which song of the Beatles?
A - 'Lady Madonna'
B - 'Yesterday'
C - 'Drive My Car'

3. What angered John Lennon after the release of his song, 'I am the Walrus'?
A - It was largely analyzed and misunderstood by his fans.
B - It was released as the B-side to 'Hello Goodbye,' which was written by Paul McCartney; Lennon thought his own song was better.
C - It was not inspired by The Walrus and the Carpenter from Alice in Wonderland, as many had speculated.

4. Where did the Beatles have their first live American concert?
A - That was in New York, NY.
B - That was in Los Angeles, CA.
C - That was in Washington D.C.

5. The first song credit that Ringo Starr received was for which song?
A - Here Comes the Sun'
B - 'Can't Buy Me Love'
C - 'What Goes On'

6. The widespread rumor about the Beatles in 1969 was:
A - Paul McCartney was dead and was being replaced by a look-alike.
B - George Harrison lost his voice and was lip-syncing on stage.
C - John Lennon and Ringo Starr were leaving to form their own band.

7. What inspired the song 'Strawberry Fields Forever'?
A - Strawberry Fields was a magical place that the Beatles imagined to be utopia.
B - Strawberry Fields was a Salvation Army home in Liverpool where John Lennon used to hang out when he was young.
C - After having strawberries for breakfast one morning, Paul McCartney decided that strawberry fields would be an excellent topic for his next song.

8. Which Beatles are left-handed?
A - George Harrison and John Lennon.
B - Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.
C - None. They are all right-handed.

9. Which song was a #1 hit in America, but not in Britain?
A - 'She Loves You'
B - 'Come Together'
C - 'Michelle'

10. What date did Paul McCartney officially announced the break up of the Beatles?
A - April 10, 1970.
B - August 1, 1977.
C - He announced it twice in one year; once on April 10 and again on August 1, 1970.

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