Sunday, July 12, 2009

Trivia - Sunday 12th

An easy one this time, for the musically inclined.

What somewhat famous song, set to the tune of an old English drinking song, was written by a prisoner on a British warship near Fort McHenry during the War of 1812?

BONUS:
(a) Name the prisoner.
(b) What are the last seven words of the song?
(c) According to the joke, what are the two words after that?


Answers from Saturday:
fertilizing
Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium
N P K

2 comments:

  1. Francis Scott Key; "free, and the home of the brave"; I don't know ...

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  2. ... "Play Ball."

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