Back in 1968, things were a little different! If you were the age you are now back in 1968, what would have been your favorite song? With just 10 simple quiz questions, we can reveal the truth! Ready? Start!
START THE QUIZ!
Choose an accessory for your wardrobe:
Which 1968 TV show would you tune in to watch?
Rowan and Martin's Laugh In
The Mod Squad
The Doris Day Show
The Beverly Hillbillies
The Andy Griffith Show
Pick a mode of transportation:
1960s Coupe De Ville
My parent's ride
Where would you pick up new tunes?
On the radio
At the record shop
From my friends
How did you spend your Friday nights as a teen?
At a sleepover
At a sporting event
At a drive in
With my friends
Who's your 60s hero?
Pick a cause to support:
Pick something or someone to rebel against:
The status quo
What would you write about?
What's wrong with the world
I don't like to write
Pick a state to live in:
Your song would have been "Hey Jude" by the Beatles back in 1968! As a very creative and free spirited person, you would have embraced the later tracks of this band as only a true fan could. You're sensitive, intuitive, and in touch with who you are.
"Hey Jude" By The Beatles
Your song would have been "Hello, I Love You" by the Doors in 1968! Back in the day, you would have been a pretty free spirited person, one who embraced the hippie movement and all of the counterculture that came after!
"Hello, I Love You" By The Doors
Your song back in 1968 would have been "Harper Valley P.T.A." by Jeannie C. Riley! Back in the day, you would have been a bit of a studious do-gooder. One who was committed to getting good grades, volunteering for the prom committee, and always abiding by curfew!
"Harper Valley P.T.A" By Jeannie C. Riley
Back in 1968, your song would have been "Sunshine Of Your Love" by Cream! You've always been a very open minded and creative soul, one who prides yourself on being a bit of an outsider. You don't always like to play by the rules and truly consider your friends to be your true family!
"Sunshine Of Your Love" By Cream
Back in 1968, your song would have been "Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay" by Otis Redding! You've always been a laid back and relaxed soul, one who doesn't take life too seriously. You believe that life should be taken at a nice easy pace. Who needs a life that's always moving when you can just enjoy the day?