If you were to time travel back to the 70s, where would we find you on a Friday night?
At the disco
Out at the bar with friends
At the beach in California
At a club in New York City
At home nursing a broken heart
Which of these words best describes you?
Do you consider yourself to be a spiritual person?
I'm somewhat spiritual
I'm very spiritual
I'm not spiritual at all
Which 70's fashion trend would you rock?
Which 70's color are you most drawn to?
Which genre of music do you most identify with?
When you think of the 1970s what's the first thing that comes to mind?
Friends and family
The news events/culture
Are you a disco queen?
How many drinks have I had?
The 1970's song that you should sing is "Stayin' Alive" by The Bee Gees! Has there ever been a more iconic song about the power of confidence and resiliency? We think not. This song is truly your anthem. Not only does it make you feel bold and ready for anything, but it can always get you on the dance floor!
Stayin' Alive By The Bee Gees
The 1970s song you should sing is "Hotel California" by the Eagles! You're a calm and mellow person who has always loved the laid back vibe of this iconic rock song. Not only do you know this song like the back of your hand, but you can conjure up the lyrics on a moment's notice.
Hotel California By The Eagles
The 1970s song you should be singing is "Go Your Own Way" by Fleetwood Mac! Has there ever been a more iconic and confidence boosting breakup song than this? We don't think so! You love to belt this song at the top of your lungs as a reminder that you're doing just fine on your own!
Go Your Own Way By Fleetwood Mac
The 1970s song you should be singing is Y.M.C.A by The Village People! Get your dance moves ready, the moment you start singing this song, you'll surely be busting a move. We think you're fun personality and upbeat attitude is the perfect match for this song!
Y.M.C.A. By The Village People
The 1970s song you should be singing is "Heart of Glass" by Blondie! This iconic song has stood the test of time for a reason, it's as relevant now as it was back then. You've always identified with Blondie's looks and lyrics. We think you're more than ready to belt this song out at the top of your lungs!