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Quiz: How Well Do You Know Guns N’ Roses’ Lyrics?

From Paradise City to November Rain, Guns N’ Roses have released some of rock’s biggest songs. But can you remember the words?

It feels like Guns N’ Roses have release more music than they actually have – over 35 years, there have only been six albums, and one of those barely counts (G N’ R Lies is an EP really) while another is all covers. How, then, does it feel like they’ve put out shitloads?

It’s because about half of their songs are planet-alteringly massive bangers. Like, imagine Appetite For Destruction didn’t exist, and every track from it was given to a different excellent, internationally beloved, enormously successful band. With all of them, you’d be like, ‘Oh shit, this is the best song this really terrific band have ever done.’ There’s no way to ever prove it, but look inside yourself – you know it’s true.

With that scientific proof of GNR’s excellence established, let’s see how much attention you’ve been paying to the words…

If you can’t see the quiz below, please click here to play. Scroll down for answers.

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How did you do? Don’t Cry if you didn’t think It’s So Easy, you just need a little Patience.

Guns N’ Roses lyrics quiz answers

1. 19
2. ‘A warm, safe place’
3. ‘Deep in my backyard’
4. Somebody
5. Civil War
6. Disfiguration
7. ‘Yeah, we’re fucked!’
8. ‘Honest to goodness it’s all that I need’
9. Riad N’ The Bedouins
10. ‘All that amounts to is love that you fed by perversion and pain’

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Posted on June 5th 2020, 5:00pm
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