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She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain: Quiz

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Question 1: At least three ________ chants are sung to the tune of this song:
Olympic GamesFootballAssociation footballAssociation football around the world

Question 2: During the 19th century it spread through ________ where the lyrics were changed into their current form.
VirginiaAppalachian MountainsTennesseeAppalachia

Question 3: Bender of ________ sang his own version in "The Series Has Landed":
FuturamaFuturama: Bender's Big ScoreFuturama: The Beast with a Billion BacksThe Simpsons

Question 4: Carl Sandburg, in The American Songbag, suggests that "she" refers to union organizer Mary Harris "Mother" Jones going to promote formation of labor unions in the Appalachian ________ camps.
Open-pit miningUnited StatesCoal producing regionsCoal mining

Question 5: The song has been recorded by musicians ranging from ________ to Barney the Dinosaur.
Woody GuthrieAmerican folk musicThe WeaversPete Seeger

Question 6: Harking back to the original lyrics of "When the Chariot Comes", the song is sometimes referenced in relation to the end of the world, most notably in The Illuminatus! Trilogy and the comic book ________.
Alan MoorePrometheaAlan Moore bibliographyTop 10 (comics)

Question 7: The song was based on an old ________ titled "When the Chariot Comes", which is sung to the same melody.
Spiritual (music)Christian metalChristian skaGospel music

Question 8: Jibjab created a satire about ________'s re-election called "Second Term" to the tune of "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain".
George W. BushDick CheneyGeorge H. W. BushRonald Reagan

Question 9: Although the first printed version of the song appeared in ________'s The American Songbag in 1927, the song is believed to have been written during the late 1800s.
United StatesIllinoisCarl SandburgChicago

Question 10: The song was later sung by railroad work gangs in the ________ in the 1890s.
Midwestern United StatesSouthern United StatesNortheastern United StatesNew England







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