Sammy Z was on the verge of becoming a first-time winner, but left out one two-letter word. Instead, Elvis Today’s Thomas made it through the ghosts and goblins to become first to correctly answer the Haunted Edition of Elvis Trivialities.
As a special treat, Thomas receives a bag full of chocolate-covered bragging rights. A three-time winner, he also earns a place of honor among The Mystery Train’s Night Riders.
And the answer is…
1.) “Are You Lonesome Tonight” (Live-1968)
2.) “Come Along”
3.) “Devil In Disguise”
4.) “Viva Las Vegas”
5.) “Little Sister”
6.) “How The Web Was Woven”
8.) “You’ll Think Of Me”
9.) “Baby, If You’ll Give Me All Of Your Love”
10.) “Hard Luck”
11.) “I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell”
12.) “They Remind Me Too Much Of You”
are the Elvis songs from which the following lyrics were taken:
1.) Does your hair look a fright,
2.) There’s a full moon shining bright,
3.) The devil in your eyes 4.) set my soul on fire
5.) I went for some candy, along came 6.) the weave of a spider,
7.) Spinning a spell on 8.) a heart that’s haunted
9.) I’ll bring you pounds and pounds of chocolate candy,
10.) Black cats, keep away from me, 11.) you’ve got a bag of tricks,
12.) Must I evermore be haunted
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Will Sammy get his revenge? Will anyone beat Steve’s record time? Find out on future terrifying installments of Elvis Trivialities, if you dare.
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Congratulations again to Thomas!
The Mystery Train’s Night Riders
- October 31, 2011: Thomas (Elvis Today) (17:32)
- October 1, 2011: Anton Jeldres Tiselj (Jimmy Cool) (1:01)
- September 9, 2011: Steve Brogdon (0:17) <— Record time
- August 6, 2011: Thomas (Elvis Today) (2:26)
- July 9, 2011: Thomas (Elvis Today) (5:26)
- June 23, 2011: Fred Wolfe (0:18)
- June 22, 2011: Ty stumps the train (no winner)
2 thoughts on “Elvis Today’s Thomas scares up the answers to Elvis Trivialities – Haunted Edition”
The song list makes a quite interesting selection/playlist of the sublime and the ridiculous. 2 weird movie tracks, some half decent movie and studio songs and a few classics.
sometimes, I think RCA used to just pull song titles from a hat to come up with the new Elvis album
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