Someone told me it's all happening at the zoo - I do believe it, I do believe it's true. This week, all the answers include animals you're likely to see at the zoo.
1. Band that often played with John Lennon and Yoko Ono in the early '70s
2. According to the Grateful Dead, it's "in the shadow of the moon"
3. Bob Marley song about Civil War veterans that borrows from the theme from The Banana Splits
4. A 2010 hit for Mumford & Sons
5. It's "on the climb," according to Duran Duran
6. 1963 Rolf Harris hit about a dying Australian telling his friends to take care of his animals after he's gone
7. Virtual band of cartoon characters created by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett; they had a hit with "Clint Eastwood"
8. Song recorded by the Tokens and Robert John, based on an African chant
9. Goo goo goo joob!
10. Lead singer of the J. Geils Band
11. 1982 Peter Gabriel song that is not, according to him, about animal rights
12. "Photograph," "Rock of Ages" and "Pour Some Sugar On Me" are some of their hits
13. The main song associated with the soundtrack to Rocky III, from 1982
14. 1959 Johnny Preston hit that retells the Romeo and Juliet story using Native Americans
15. What Bruce Cockburn was doing in 1979
16. Elton John song in which he pays tribute to the early days of rock and roll and the dance crazes of that time
17. George Michael hit that starts out, "Better watch out, baby who's that"
Bonus: If it's not Bela Fleck and the Flecktones' signature song, it's definitely their signature visual motif