Just in time for Halloween! The first line of a song is sometimes very memorable, and sometimes completely forgettable. This week, see if you can remember the Grateful Dead song from the first line of the lyrics. The titles are not included in the first lines.
1. "Well, the first days are the hardest days, don't you worry anymore"
2. "As I was walkin' round Grosvenor Square, not a chill to the winter but a nip to the air"
3. "South of Market in the land of ruin, you get all manner of action"
4. "Drivin' that train, high on cocaine"
5. "Long distance runner what you standing there for?"
6. "Right outside this lazy summer home"
7. "Red and white, blue suede shoes, I'm Uncle Sam, how do you do?"
8. "We can share the women, we can share the wine"
9. "There's mosquitoes on the river, fish are rising up like birds"
10. "I have seen where the wolf has slept by the silver stream"
11. "No more time to tell how, this is the season of what"
12. "A pistol shot at 5 o'clock, the bells of heaven ring"
13. "Fare you well my honey, fare you well my only true one
14. "Cold iron shackles and a ball and chain, listen to the whistle of the evening train"
15. "My time coming, any day, don't worry bout me, no"
16. "Moses come riding up on a quasar"
17. "I lit out from Reno, I was trailed by twenty hounds"
Bonus: "See that girl, barefootin' along, whistlin' and singin', she's a carryin' on"