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Tunesday Vol. 5 - Answers and Winner Revealed

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Thank you to all who participated in Vol. 5 of WD's Tunesday, which is a Name That Tune Contest with writing prizes.

Vol. 5's winner is Andrea Smith. She was chosen randomly from all the participants who guessed at least 8 songs correct. She gets a free critique and book from me. Meanwhile, here are the official answers:

  1. "Money, Money, Money" -- ABBA
  2. "Apologize" -- One Republic
  3. "Runaway" -- Bon Jovi
  4. "Worlds Apart (Separate Ways)" - Journey
  5. "Young Blood" -- The Naked and the Famous
  6. "Drops of Jupiter" -- Train
  7. "Cold as Ice" -- Foreigner
  8. "Axel F Theme" -- Harold Faltermeyer
  9. "Because the Night" -- 10,000 Maniacs
  10. "Zac and Sara" -- Ben Folds
  11. "Feels So Good" -- Van Halen
  12. "Elmo's Wish" -- Gil Mantera's Party Dream
  13. "Here With Me" -- Dido
  14. "Cool for the Summer" -- Demi Lovato
  15. "I Hate This Part" -- Pussycat Dolls
  16. "Ducktales Theme"

Again, thank you to all who participated. Keep an eye out for the next contest soon. If you want to see the original contest video, see it here:

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