Tunesday Vol. 6 - Answers and Winner Revealed

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Thank you to all who participated in Vol. 6 of WD's Tunesday, which is a Name That Tune Contest with writing prizes.

Vol. 6's winner is Kelly Barina. 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. Click on any song title to hear the song.

1. Old Time Rock and Roll, by Bob Seger
2. Take on Me, by A-ha
3. Walk of Life, by Dire Straits
4. In the End, by Linkin Park
5. Not Enough, by Van Halen
6. Right Here Waiting, by Richard Marx
7. Another Night, by The Real McCoys
8. Open Your Heart, by Madonna
9. Just the Way You Are, by Billy Joel
10. The Show Must Go On, by Queen
11. Inspector Gadget theme
12. The Reason, by Hoobastank
13. Let It Go (Frozen Soundtrack), by Idina Menzel
14. Gimme Some Lovin, by Spencer Davis Group
15. Heaven, by Bryan Adams
16. Money Changes Everything, by Cyndi Lauper
17. I’m Not the Only One, by Sam Smith

Again, thank you to all who participated. Keep an eye out for the next contest soon. If you want to see the Vol. 6 contest video, see it here:

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