The first line of a song is sometimes very memorable, and sometimes completely forgettable. This week, see if you can remember the Elton John (and, usually, Bernie Taupin) song from the first line of the lyrics. The titles are not included in the first lines.
1. "When I look back boy I must have been green"
2. "I used to be a rolling stone you know"
3. "What have I got to do to make you love me?"
4. "I remember when rock was young, me and Susie had so much fun"
5. "I see your teeth flash, Jamaican honey so sweet"
6. "It's a human sign when things go wrong"
7. "When I think of those East End lights, muggy nights, curtains drawn through the little room downstairs"
8. "I've always said that one's enough to love"
9. "Hey kids, shake it loose together, the spotlight's hitting something that's been known to change the weather"
10. "Baby, so they give you anything, Darling, all the joy money can bring"
11. "There's a calm surrender to the rush of day"
12. "When are you gonna come down, when are you going to land?"
13. "It's getting late, have you seen my mates?"
14. "Yesterday you came to lift me up"
15. "And now I know, Spanish Harlem are not just pretty words to say"
16. "You tell me there's an angel in your tree, did he say he'd come to call on me?"
17."You could never know what it's like, your blood like winter freezes just like ice"
Bonus: "The roses in the window box have tilted to one side"