QUIZ: How Well Do You Know the Lyrics from “Grease?”

It’s been over 40 years since the musical rom-com “Grease” graced the silver screen in 1978 and people are still talking about it. In fact, each passing decade has been introduced to Danny and Sandy’s love story. What remains in most people’s hearts and minds are songs like “You’re The One That I Want” and “Summer Nights.” But how well do you really know the lyrics from the film “Grease?” Take this quiz and find out!

It’s been over 40 years since the musical rom-com “Grease” graced the silver screen in 1978 and people are still talking about it. In fact, each passing decade has been introduced to Danny and Sandy’s love story. What remains in most people’s hearts and minds are songs like “You’re The One That I Want” and “Summer Nights.” But how well do you really know the lyrics from the film “Grease?” Take this quiz and find out!

Sandy needs a man who can do what for her?

  • Satisfy
  • Electrify
  • Magnify

Danny felt the pressure from Sandy, so he sang the following lyrics to convey that he needed to become man enough to keep her happy, "I better shape up 'cause you need a man" while Sandy sang, "I need a man who can keep me satisfied.”

Danny felt the pressure from Sandy, so he sang the following lyrics to convey that he needed to become man enough to keep her happy, "I better shape up 'cause you need a man" while Sandy sang, "I need a man who can keep me satisfied.”

How many miles did Greased Lightnin’ burn up?

  • One whiff
  • Ten miles
  • Quarter mile

In the song “Greased Lightnin’” John Travolta sang: "Go Greased Lightnin, you're burning up the quarter mile.” The term quarter mile refers to a drag racing track that is a quarter mile long.

In the song “Greased Lightnin’” John Travolta sang: "Go Greased Lightnin, you're burning up the quarter mile.” The term quarter mile refers to a drag racing track that is a quarter mile long.

The girls wanted to know what from Sandy regarding her summer love in the song “Summer Nights?"

  • Does he have a brother?
  • Does he have a car?
  • Does he have a job?

The lyrics for Sandy’s friends went: "Tell me more, tell me more, Like does he have a car?” This was the total opposite of what the boys wanted Danny to tell them more of.

The lyrics for Sandy’s friends went: "Tell me more, tell me more, Like does he have a car?” This was the total opposite of what the boys wanted Danny to tell them more of.

What did Frenchy’s Teen Angel guardian suggest that she do after she dropped out of beauty school?

  • Go back to high school
  • Try again next year
  • Try acting school instead

The “Beauty School Dropout” lyrics went: Turn in your teasin' comb and go back to high school.” The Teen Angel guardian was played by American actor and singer Frankie Avalon.

The “Beauty School Dropout” lyrics went: Turn in your teasin' comb and go back to high school.” The Teen Angel guardian was played by American actor and singer Frankie Avalon.

What did Rizzo, leader of the Pink Ladies, mock Sandy about in the song "Sandra Dee" during their sleepover?

  • Her simplicity
  • Her virginity
  • Her stupidity

Rizzo sang how Sandy is “lousy with” her virginity. The lyrics to the song went: "Look at me, I'm Sandra Dee / Lousy with virginity / Won't go to bed 'til I'm legally wed.”

Rizzo sang how Sandy is “lousy with” her virginity. The lyrics to the song went: "Look at me, I'm Sandra Dee / Lousy with virginity / Won't go to bed 'til I'm legally wed.”

In the song, “Look at me, I’m Sandra Dee,” Rizzo claimed there were two things that Sandy didn’t do. What were they?

  • Burp or belch
  • Kick or faint
  • Drink or swear

In the song, the lyrics Rizzo sang went like this: "I don't drink (no) / Or swear (no) / I don't rat my hair (eew) / I get ill from one cigarette.”

In the song, the lyrics Rizzo sang went like this: "I don't drink (no) / Or swear (no) / I don't rat my hair (eew) / I get ill from one cigarette.”

Rizzo mocked Sandy in her song “Look at me, I’m Sandra Dee,” comparing her to Doris Day, an actress who snagged an actor. What was the name of the actor?

  • Cary Grant
  • James Dean
  • Rock Hudson

Rizzo sang the lyrics: "Watch it! Hey I'm Doris Day / I was not brought up that way / Won't come across / Even Rock Hudson lost his heart to Doris Day.”

Rizzo sang the lyrics: "Watch it! Hey I'm Doris Day / I was not brought up that way / Won't come across / Even Rock Hudson lost his heart to Doris Day.”

What are the kids singing about when they claim they go ______ like “ramma lamma lamma ka dinga da dinga dong?”

  • Apart
  • Wobbly
  • Together

The lyrics went: "We go together like rama lamma lamma ka dinga da dinga dong.” The lyrics also said they would also be remembered as “shoo-bop sha wadda wadda yippity boom de boom. Chang chang changitty chang sha-bop.”

The lyrics went: "We go together like rama lamma lamma ka dinga da dinga dong.” The lyrics also said they would also be remembered as “shoo-bop sha wadda wadda yippity boom de boom. Chang chang changitty chang sha-bop.”

Which music genre does the dance band claim is here to stay and will never die?

  • Jazz
  • R&B
  • Rock n' Roll

As the name of the song “Rock n' Roll is Here To Stay” suggests, the music genre will never die. The lyrics went: “Rock n' roll will always be our ticket to the end. It'll go down in history, just you wait, my friend.”

As the name of the song “Rock n' Roll is Here To Stay” suggests, the music genre will never die. The lyrics went: “Rock n' roll will always be our ticket to the end. It'll go down in history, just you wait, my friend.”

In “You're The One That I Want,” Sandy uses which of the following terms of endearment to refer to Danny?

  • Sweetheart
  • Poo-bear
  • Honey

Sandy used this term of endearment to refer to Danny, which is often used by guys to refer to women in most cases. In the song, the lyrics went: "You're the one that I want / You are the one I want / Ooh, Ooh, Ooh honey.”

Sandy used this term of endearment to refer to Danny, which is often used by guys to refer to women in most cases. In the song, the lyrics went: "You're the one that I want / You are the one I want / Ooh, Ooh, Ooh honey.”

What does Sandy tell Danny that she needs?

  • A hero
  • A man
  • A friend

Sandy urges Danny to do something women urge men to do all the time which is to shape up because she needs a man. The lyrics in “You're The One That I Want” went: "You better shape up 'cause I need a man / And my heart is set on you.”

Sandy urges Danny to do something women urge men to do all the time which is to shape up because she needs a man. The lyrics in “You're The One That I Want” went: "You better shape up 'cause I need a man / And my heart is set on you.”

What is Sandy’s power, according to Danny?

  • Romanticizing
  • Destructive
  • Electrifying

In “You're The One That I Want,” Danny refers to Sandy’s power in the following way: "'Cause the power you're supplying / It's electrifying!” This was after she showed up dressed in leather which sent his jaw dropping to the floor.

In “You're The One That I Want,” Danny refers to Sandy’s power in the following way: "'Cause the power you're supplying / It's electrifying!” This was after she showed up dressed in leather which sent his jaw dropping to the floor.

What’s happening to Danny’s chills?

  • They’re multiplying
  • They’re exploding
  • They’re deflating

In the song “You're The One That I Want,” John Travolta’s Danny sings: "I got chills, they're multiplying.” Of course, he's referring to that tingly sensation you get when you're infatuated with someone you're just getting to know.

In the song “You're The One That I Want,” John Travolta’s Danny sings: "I got chills, they're multiplying.” Of course, he's referring to that tingly sensation you get when you're infatuated with someone you're just getting to know.

Greased Lightnin’ is so supreme that according to the greaser gang boys, girls react by doing one of the following:

  • Yodeling
  • Screaming
  • Whispering

According to the lyrics sung by the greaser gang in “Greased Lightnin’,” chicks screamed. The lyrics went: "You are supreme / The chicks'll scream for Greased Lightnin’."

According to the lyrics sung by the greaser gang in “Greased Lightnin’,” chicks screamed. The lyrics went: "You are supreme / The chicks'll scream for Greased Lightnin’."

What were the boys singing about when they referred to something as automatic, systematic, and hyyyyyyyyydromatic?

  • Easy Ridin’
  • Clucked Cuckoo
  • Greased Lightnin’

The song “Greased Lightnin’” sung by John Travolta went: "This car could be automatic, systematic, hydromatic / Why, it could be Greased Lightnin’!” It referred to the used car that Kenickie, a member of the greaser gang, had bought to fix up.

The song “Greased Lightnin’” sung by John Travolta went: "This car could be automatic, systematic, hydromatic / Why, it could be Greased Lightnin’!” It referred to the used car that Kenickie, a member of the greaser gang, had bought to fix up.

If Sandy’s head could speak, it would say what?

  • Beg him to take you back
  • Fool, forget him!
  • Find another guy already

In the song, “Hopelessly Devoted to You,” Sandy sang: "My head is sayin' 'Fool, forget him' / My heart is sayin' 'Don't let go.'” It was an uphill battle between her heart and her mind, but in the end it was her heart that won.

In the song, “Hopelessly Devoted to You,” Sandy sang: "My head is sayin' 'Fool, forget him' / My heart is sayin' 'Don't let go.'” It was an uphill battle between her heart and her mind, but in the end it was her heart that won.

Sandy may have been heartbroken, but she also knew that there was no ___ a guy that fast.

  • Getting over
  • Replacing
  • Forgetting

The lyrics from the song “Hopelessly Devoted To You” which was recorded by Olivia Newton-John, aka Sandy, went: "I'm not the first to know / There's just no getting over you.”

The lyrics from the song “Hopelessly Devoted To You” which was recorded by Olivia Newton-John, aka Sandy, went: "I'm not the first to know / There's just no getting over you.”

Since Sandy was having a tough time getting over Danny, she sang that she was hopefully feeling what about him?

  • Head over heels
  • Stupid
  • Devoted

The lyrics went: "There's nothin' else for me to do / I'm hopelessly devoted to you.” She sang this despite the fact that it seemed like it was over between her and Danny after he behaved like a total jerk.

The lyrics went: "There's nothin' else for me to do / I'm hopelessly devoted to you.” She sang this despite the fact that it seemed like it was over between her and Danny after he behaved like a total jerk.

What was Sandy singing about when she said that she’s guessing she’s not the first to ever have this particular something broken?

  • Head
  • Foot
  • Heart

A failure in the romance department was what ultimately led Sandy to sing about her broken heart. The lyrics went: "Guess mine is not the first heart broken / My eyes are not the first to cry.”

A failure in the romance department was what ultimately led Sandy to sing about her broken heart. The lyrics went: "Guess mine is not the first heart broken / My eyes are not the first to cry.”

When the kids at Rydell High started dancing in front of national TV, they proved what to the nation?

  • They were born to hand jive
  • They were born to foot jive
  • There were born to elbow jive

The hand jive is a dance associated with 1950s music, particularly rhythm and blues. It requires the dancers to do hand moves and claps on various parts of their body. Since “Grease” took place in the 1950s, it made perfect sense that the students knew how to hand jive.

The hand jive is a dance associated with 1950s music, particularly rhythm and blues. It requires the dancers to do hand moves and claps on various parts of their body. Since “Grease” took place in the 1950s, it made perfect sense that the students knew how to hand jive.

Summer dreams could really be ripped at the what?

  • Insides
  • Sides
  • Seams

The lyrics went: "Summer dreams ripped at the seams.” It was part of the song “Summer Nights” sung by John Travolta and Olivia Newton John and it is by far one of the most iconic songs in the movie.

The lyrics went: "Summer dreams ripped at the seams.” It was part of the song “Summer Nights” sung by John Travolta and Olivia Newton John and it is by far one of the most iconic songs in the movie.

What did Danny tell Sandy when their “Summer Nights” turned cold?

  • You can drive my car
  • May I have another shot
  • We’d still be friends

In “Summer Nights,” Danny explained to his friends what happened when the summer nights got colder. “It turned colder, that's where it ends. So I told her we'd still be friends.”

In “Summer Nights,” Danny explained to his friends what happened when the summer nights got colder. “It turned colder, that's where it ends. So I told her we'd still be friends.”

Which weather season were Danny and Sandy referring to in these lyrics: “_______ loving had me a blast, _______ loving happened so fast?"

  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Summer

The lyrics went "Summer loving had me a blast / Summer loving happened so fast.” The name of the song is called "Summer Nights" and it was written by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey.

The lyrics went "Summer loving had me a blast / Summer loving happened so fast.” The name of the song is called "Summer Nights" and it was written by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey.

In the song “Summer Nights,” the boys sang the lyrics “Tell me more, tell me more.” What was it that they wanted Danny to tell them about his summer fling?

  • If he's officially dating her
  • If he got very far
  • If he got her phone number

The lyrics for this part of the song “Summer Nights” went like this: "Tell me more, tell me more / Did you get very far?” In other words, they wanted to know if Danny scored with Sandy.

The lyrics for this part of the song “Summer Nights” went like this: "Tell me more, tell me more / Did you get very far?” In other words, they wanted to know if Danny scored with Sandy.

For a time, Frenchy went to a different type of school than her friends. What type of school was it?

  • Chef school
  • Military school
  • Beauty school

Frenchy proved she was no good in beauty school. Unfortunately, the song was like a stake through the heart. The lyrics to “Beauty School Dropout” went like this: "Beauty school dropout / No graduation day for you. Missed your mid-terms and flunked shampoo.”

Frenchy proved she was no good in beauty school. Unfortunately, the song was like a stake through the heart. The lyrics to “Beauty School Dropout” went like this: "Beauty school dropout / No graduation day for you. Missed your mid-terms and flunked shampoo.”

Sandy said what to herself in her reprise song?

  • Surely
  • Goodbye
  • Own it

In the reprised version of the song “Look At Me, I’m Sandra Dee,” Sandy admits that she’s wholesome and pure just like the other girls claimed, but ultimately says goodbye to the old version of herself with the lyrics: "Hold your head high/ Take a deep breath and sigh/ Goodbye to Sandra Dee.”

In the reprised version of the song “Look At Me, I’m Sandra Dee,” Sandy admits that she’s wholesome and pure just like the other girls claimed, but ultimately says goodbye to the old version of herself with the lyrics: "Hold your head high/ Take a deep breath and sigh/ Goodbye to Sandra Dee.”

What did Sandy do that had Danny losing his cool at the drive-in?

  • She left
  • She was with another guy
  • She never returned his call

Danny clearly couldn’t take no for an answer. So after finding out that Sandy had been with someone else, Danny sang the lyrics: "Love has flown all alone/ I sit and wonder why, oh why you left me/ Oh Sandy…”

Danny clearly couldn’t take no for an answer. So after finding out that Sandy had been with someone else, Danny sang the lyrics: "Love has flown all alone/ I sit and wonder why, oh why you left me/ Oh Sandy…”

When Danny sings “Sandy,” he talks about wanting to become an item when they both left what?

  • High school
  • College
  • Prep school

Danny sang the lyrics: "When high school is done / Somehow, someway / Our two worlds will be one.” What he was trying to say was that even though he and Sandy were so different, he hoped that they would eventually be able to set those differences aside so they could be together.

Danny sang the lyrics: "When high school is done / Somehow, someway / Our two worlds will be one.” What he was trying to say was that even though he and Sandy were so different, he hoped that they would eventually be able to set those differences aside so they could be together.

In the film, they sang that love is a many what thing?

  • Enamored
  • Crazy
  • Splendored

According to the song, “Love is a many splendored thing,” love is the “April rose that only grows in the early spring. Love is nature's way of giving a reason to be living. The golden crown that makes a man a king.”

According to the song, “Love is a many splendored thing,” love is the “April rose that only grows in the early spring. Love is nature's way of giving a reason to be living. The golden crown that makes a man a king.”

In the film, the changes arranged by the heart was described in a single word. What was it?

  • Sad
  • Magic
  • Tragic

The lyrics went: "Those magic changes my heart arranges / A melody that's never the same / A melody that's calling your name.” And truth be told, teens do experience a ton of changes when it comes to their romantic feelings.

The lyrics went: "Those magic changes my heart arranges / A melody that's never the same / A melody that's calling your name.” And truth be told, teens do experience a ton of changes when it comes to their romantic feelings.

Rizzo sang about how there were worst things she could do than go with a ___ or two.

  • Punk
  • Gangster
  • Boy

Rizzo sang: "There are worse things I could do / Than go with a boy or two.” Then again, she also sang: "Even though the neighborhood thinks I'm trashy and no good / I suppose it could be true."

Rizzo sang: "There are worse things I could do / Than go with a boy or two.” Then again, she also sang: "Even though the neighborhood thinks I'm trashy and no good / I suppose it could be true."

An old tune was heard in the background of a scene that mentioned tears falling over what item?

  • One's face
  • Clothes
  • My pillow

"Tears on my pillow, pain in my heart / Caused by you.” The lyrics continue: "Love is not a gadget, love is not a toy. When you find the one you love, he'll fill your heart with joy. If we could start anew, I wouldn't hesitate. I'd gladly take you back, and tempt the hands of fate.”

"Tears on my pillow, pain in my heart / Caused by you.” The lyrics continue: "Love is not a gadget, love is not a toy. When you find the one you love, he'll fill your heart with joy. If we could start anew, I wouldn't hesitate. I'd gladly take you back, and tempt the hands of fate.”

At the dance, the band sang “You ain’t nothing but a hound ___. Finish that line.

  • Horse
  • Dog
  • Fish

The lyrics went: "You ain't nothing but a hound dog / Crying all the time / You ain't never caught a rabbit / And you ain't no friend of mine.” These lyrics belonged to an Elvis Presley song.

The lyrics went: "You ain't nothing but a hound dog / Crying all the time / You ain't never caught a rabbit / And you ain't no friend of mine.” These lyrics belonged to an Elvis Presley song.

In both the opening and ending songs of the film, it was suggested that “Grease” was about the time, the place, the motion, and what?

  • The title of the musical
  • The many splendored thing
  • The way we are feeling

The lyrics went: "Grease is the time, is the place is the motion / Grease is the way we are feeling.” It was also mentioned that “It's got a groove, it's got a meaning.”

The lyrics went: "Grease is the time, is the place is the motion / Grease is the way we are feeling.” It was also mentioned that “It's got a groove, it's got a meaning.”

Grease is described as something else. But what?

  • The word
  • The bomb
  • The car

Just in case it wasn’t clear enough to the audience, the lyrics to the song continued emphasizing the following: "Grease is the word / Is the word / Is the word / Is the word..."

Just in case it wasn’t clear enough to the audience, the lyrics to the song continued emphasizing the following: "Grease is the word / Is the word / Is the word / Is the word..."

What song are the following lyrics from? “Without a dream in my heart, without a love of my own.”

  • It’s Raining on Prom Night
  • Blue Moon
  • Freddy, My Love

The lyrics went on to say: "Blue moon, you knew just what I was there for. You heard me saying a prayer for someone I really could care for.”

The lyrics went on to say: "Blue moon, you knew just what I was there for. You heard me saying a prayer for someone I really could care for.”

In the song “Summer Nights,” summer days what away?

  • Sneaking
  • Drifting
  • Falling

In the song, summer days were drifting away to summer nights. The lyrics also went like this: “She swam by me. She got a cramp. He ran by me, got my suit damp. I saved her life, she nearly drowned. He showed off, splashing around.”

In the song, summer days were drifting away to summer nights. The lyrics also went like this: “She swam by me. She got a cramp. He ran by me, got my suit damp. I saved her life, she nearly drowned. He showed off, splashing around.”

Name the song that these lyrics belong to: “Stranded at the drive in, branded a fool.”

  • Mooning
  • Hound Dog
  • Sandy

In the song “Sandy,” Danny sang: “What will they say Monday at school? Sandy, can't you see I'm in misery? We made a start, now we're apart. There's nothing left for me.”

In the song “Sandy,” Danny sang: “What will they say Monday at school? Sandy, can't you see I'm in misery? We made a start, now we're apart. There's nothing left for me.”

What is the name of the song connected to these lyrics: “Your future’s so unclear now. What’s left of your career now?”

  • Beauty School Drop-Out
  • Sandy
  • Mooning

The song went on to say: “Missed your mid-terms and flunked shampoo. Well at least you could have taken time. To wash and clean your clothes up.”

The song went on to say: “Missed your mid-terms and flunked shampoo. Well at least you could have taken time. To wash and clean your clothes up.”

“We’ll Always be” like what?

  • Like one
  • Together
  • Apart

The song “We Go Together” was sung by the T-Birds and the Pink Ladies. It was also the closing track to the 1978 film. The lyrics also said: “We're one of a kind. Like dip da dip da dip do wop di dooby do.”

The song “We Go Together” was sung by the T-Birds and the Pink Ladies. It was also the closing track to the 1978 film. The lyrics also said: “We're one of a kind. Like dip da dip da dip do wop di dooby do.”

Guess the line that follows “Could barely walk when I moved to town.”

  • I needed something more than a cow
  • When I was three, I pushed a plow
  • I was getting a dance of my own

The line is from the “Grease” song “Born to Hand Jive.” The lyrics went on to say: While chopping wood I move my legs, and I started the dance while I gathered eggs. Bowed and clapped, I was only five. And I danced 'em all, he's born to hand-jive.”

The line is from the “Grease” song “Born to Hand Jive.” The lyrics went on to say: While chopping wood I move my legs, and I started the dance while I gathered eggs. Bowed and clapped, I was only five. And I danced 'em all, he's born to hand-jive.”

Which of the following songs was not a duet in “Grease?"

  • There Are Worse Things I Could Do
  • You're The One That I Want
  • Summer Nights

The song was sung by actress Stockard Channing who played the rebellious Rizzo. The lyrics went: “I could flirt with all the guys. Smile at them and bat my eyes. Press against them when we dance.”

The song was sung by actress Stockard Channing who played the rebellious Rizzo. The lyrics went: “I could flirt with all the guys. Smile at them and bat my eyes. Press against them when we dance.”

What is the name of the song that these lyrics belong to: "I could hurt someone like me...”

  • You're The One That I Want
  • Summer Nights
  • There Are Worse Things I Could Do

Rizzo went on to sing in her solo: “Out of spite or jealousy. I don't steal and I don't lie.”

Rizzo went on to sing in her solo: “Out of spite or jealousy. I don't steal and I don't lie.”

In the song “There Are Worse Things I Could Do,” Rizzo mentions one thing she would never do. What was it?

  • Cry in front of you
  • Smack you
  • Leave you

The lyrics went: "I don't steal and I don't lie. But I can feel and I can cry. A fact I'll bet you never knew. But to cry in front of you. That's the worst thing I could do.” High school was tough, man!

The lyrics went: "I don't steal and I don't lie. But I can feel and I can cry. A fact I'll bet you never knew. But to cry in front of you. That's the worst thing I could do.” High school was tough, man!

Which of the following lyrics was not in the song “There Are Worse Things I Could Do?"

  • I could stay home every night
  • Take cold showers every day
  • To my heart I must be true

These lyrics belong to “You're The One That I Want” which was a duet sung by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. The line the followed went as follows “Nothin' left, nothin' left for me to do.”

These lyrics belong to “You're The One That I Want” which was a duet sung by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. The line the followed went as follows “Nothin' left, nothin' left for me to do.”

Identify which of the following lines does not belong to “Summer Nights."

  • Summer days drifting away
  • Tell me more, tell me more
  • Mama laid down

This line belonged to the song “Born to Hand Jive" by Sha Na Na. The lyrics went like this: "The doctor paid, mama laid down, with a semitone bouncing all around. 'Cause the bebop stork was about to arrive. Mama gave birth to the hand-jive.”

This line belonged to the song “Born to Hand Jive" by Sha Na Na. The lyrics went like this: "The doctor paid, mama laid down, with a semitone bouncing all around. 'Cause the bebop stork was about to arrive. Mama gave birth to the hand-jive.”

The lyric “We’ll get some purple pitched tail lights and thirty inch fins” belongs to which song?

  • Greased Lightnin'
  • Sandra Dee
  • Summer Nights

The lyrics sung by John Travolta went: “Oh yeah. A palomino dashboard and duel-muffler twins, oh yeah. With new boosters, plates and shocks, I can get off my rocks.”

The lyrics sung by John Travolta went: “Oh yeah. A palomino dashboard and duel-muffler twins, oh yeah. With new boosters, plates and shocks, I can get off my rocks.”

In which song does conventionality belong to yesterday?

  • Summer Nights
  • Beauty School Drop-Out
  • Grease

The song performed by Frankie Valli went like this: “We take the pressure and we throw away. Conventionality belongs to yesterday. There is a chance, we can make it so far. We start believing now that we can be who we are.”

The song performed by Frankie Valli went like this: “We take the pressure and we throw away. Conventionality belongs to yesterday. There is a chance, we can make it so far. We start believing now that we can be who we are.”

Why is Sandy outta her head?

  • Her love was pushed aside
  • She got dumped
  • She forgot to be true to herself

According to the song “Hopelessly Devoted To You,” Sandy mentions the following: “Since you pushed my love aside. I'm outta my head. Hopelessly devoted to you.”

According to the song “Hopelessly Devoted To You,” Sandy mentions the following: “Since you pushed my love aside. I'm outta my head. Hopelessly devoted to you.”

What song does the following line belong to: “Elvis, Elvis, let me be...”

  • Sandy
  • Look At Me I’m Sandra Dee
  • You're The One That I Want

In the song, Rizzo continued to make fun of Sandy by singing: “Keep that pelvis far from me. Just keep your cool, now you're starting to drool. Hey, fungool, I'm Sandra Dee.”

In the song, Rizzo continued to make fun of Sandy by singing: “Keep that pelvis far from me. Just keep your cool, now you're starting to drool. Hey, fungool, I'm Sandra Dee.”

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