The word GREEN, in its alternate definition meaning "environmentally-friendly," has become a heavily-used tag in recent years. I was listening to a sixties-pop radio station recently, and the DJ played three GREEN songs in a row. I did some research, and I found that exactly nine U.S. top-ten pop hits have contained the word GREEN in their titles. Oddly, every single one of them was released between 1960 and 1970. I guess that was the real "Green Decade."

And so, for today's Brain Game...

How many of these nine top-10 pop
GREEN songs can you name?

Click for a hint (the names of the artists behind the 9 songs)

Here are the ANSWERS.

Booker T. & the MGs
Creedence Clearwater Revival
The Kingsmen
Gary Lewis & The Playboys
Jim Lowe
The Lemon Pipers
Ssgt. Barry Sadler
O.C. Smith
Sugarloaf

Here are the ANSWERS.

THE ANSWERS:

"GREEN ONIONS" by Booker T & the MGs
"GREEN RIVER" by Creedence Clearwater Revival
"JOLLY GREEN GIANT" by The Kingsmen
"GREEN GRASS" by Gary Lewis & The Playboys
"GREEN DOOR" by Jim Lowe
"GREEN TAMBOURINE" by The Lemon Pipers
"BALLAD OF THE GREEN BERETS" by Ssgt. Barry Sadler
"LITTLE GREEN APPLES" by O.C. Smith
"GREEN-EYED LADY" by Sugarloaf