No way! There's a pop culture reference you don't know? Say it ain't so!
Clanton: Stephen Foster. "Oh, Susannah", "Camptown Races". Stephen stinking Foster.
Holliday: Ah, yes. Well, this happens to be a nocturne.
Clanton: A which?
Holliday: You know, Frederic fucking Chopin.
I wasn't guessing at the songs because I only knew about three, and couldn't tell on some if I was even supposed to be guessing from the title or the entry... I was just being weird, to which you should be entirely accustomed by now.
But I did think you were listing songs that you didn't like.
Ah yes, I remember it well now that you mention it. Sorry, I was a little slow on the uptake.
I know each of the songs mentioned and own just about all of them on CD. So I self-disqualified. Like honest panelists used to on "To Tell the Truth" when they knew the ex-Navy pilot who ate the door off a refrigerator from having met him at a Manhattan cocktail party.
Not that anyone cares, but "All by Myself" was based on a melody from Tchaikovsky.
I'm almost (almost!) positive (again, not that anybody cares) that "All By Myself" was ripped off from Rachmaninoff. I think the melody was from a later movement from one of his piano concertos, possibly no. 5. Whatever...
D'oh! Kelly, you are correct.
Shows you how good my memory is. (note to self: Google is your friend.)
I won? Woo hoo!
Don't worry about the 10 spot - roll it over to the next round.