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Jun 22, 2022

[Answer] 5. Here is an opening line from a much-covered song: "You ain't nothing but a ___ dog..." Which is the correct missing word?

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...1. Lap 2. Hot 3. Hound 4. Bird The biggest hit version of "Hound Dog" was by Elvis Presley in 1956 when he took his cover to number two. The song was written by the great song-writing team of Lieber and Stoller and the original twelve-bar blues recording was by 'Big Mama' Thornton in 1952. Several covers have been made over the years including versions by Jerry Lee Lewis, John Lennon and Jimi Hendrix. "Bird Dog" was a number two hit for The Everly Brothers in 1958. A lapdog is a (sometimes derisory) term for any small, pampered pooch such as miniature poodle, pekinese, Yorkshire terrier etc. A hot dog is basically a sausage in a bread roll although there are variations in the types of sausage etc in different countries.




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Hound:


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