Hey there, Heardle fans! I hope you had a fantastic last few days while I was out on vacation. I’m already looking forward to going back to New York. Love that place. Along my music-related exploits while I was there: the New York City Ballet, featuring a movement composed by Solange (excellent), a Broadway show (less so) and a Taylor Swift album listening party (way more fun than I expected).
Anyway, this isn’t LiveJournal or a travel blog. Let’s get into some clues and the answer for today’s Heardle.
In case you haven’t checked out the game before now, here’s how to play Heardle: You will hear the first second of a reasonably well-known song. You’ll then try to guess the artist and title or skip your turn. If you skip or guess incorrectly, you’ll get to hear a little more of the song. The game continues until the sixth and final guess, at which point you’ll hear 16 seconds of the track.
Here’s where I’d usually run down the songs that have been featured in Heardle over the last few days, but I haven’t been playing and I don’t know what they are. I hope they were fun tracks! That said, here are some clues for today’s song, followed by the answer:
Spoiler warning! This is almost your last chance to look away before I tell you today’s Heardle answer.
This is your final warning!
With that said, today’s song is…
“Total Eclipse of the Heart” by Bonnie Tyler!
What an excellent song to welcome me back to Heardle. It took me perhaps a moment longer than it should have to recognize those iconic piano notes, but I got there on the fourth guess. Enjoy this absolute classic below:
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