The 1960's were full of some truly epic songs. Do you know which top hit best suits your personality? Take these 10 questions and discover which hit song you're most like!
START THE QUIZ!
Are you male or female?
I'd rather not say
How would you describe your daily demeanor?
What do you like most about yourself?
Which ice cream flavor do you love the most?
Mint chocolate chip
Where do you typically listen to music?
Everywhere I can
In the car
While at the gym
Which artistic talent do you possess?
None of these
Do you easily fall in love?
I'm biting my tongue
What is most difficult for you?
Seeing eye to eye
Do you often curse?
Like a sailor
Which world cuisine do you like most?
Based on the results of this quiz, the 1960's song that fits you best is "He's a Rebel" by the Crystals. You've always had a thing for the rebellious type. While you don't want a truly bad apple, a little edge has always been good in your book!
"He's A Rebel" By The Crystals
Based on the results of this quiz, the 1960's song that best suits you is "I Want To Hold Your Hand" by The Beatles. You're a soft and sensitive soul who simply loves to be in love. That fluttery feeling, flushed cheeks, and singing heart are all too much for you to resist.
"I Want To Hold Your Hand" By The Beatles
The 1960's song that best suits you is "My Girl" by The Temptations! You're as sweet and sugary as apple pie. With a deep innocence and kindness, you're always a true joy to be around.
"My Girl" By The Temptations
Based on the results of this quiz, the 1960's song that you're most like is "Respect" by Aretha Franklin! You're a confident person with a wealth of inner love. You know who you are and what you want, no one can take that away from you.
"Respect" By Aretha Franklin
The song that you're most like is "Leaving On A Jet Plane" by Peter, Paul, And Mary! You love to be on the go as often as possible. Whether jet setting halfway across the world or driving the next won over, your love of adventure knows no limits. You'd much rather be traveling than doing anything else.
"Leaving On A Jet Plane" By Peter, Paul, And Mary