Song of the Year (Grammy Edition)

grammy song trivia

This artist won the Grammy for writing the classic "Every Breath You Take" (1984) for The Police. Who is this artist?
Sting
Phil Collins
David Bowie
Burt Bacharach

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"Volare" (1959) is the only foreign language song to win a Song of the Year Grammy. In what language is this song?
Italian
Spanish
French
German

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"Up, Up, and Away" which the Grammy in 1968 was sung by this otherworldly group:
The 5th Dimension
Jefferson Starship
The 3rd Dimension
The Space Cadets

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Barbra Streisand was both singer and songwriter for this Grammy winner feature in the movie "A Star is Born" (1976):
Evergreen
Everything
Queen Bee
Watch Closely Now

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Kenny Loggins and Michael McDonald co-wrote "What a Fool Believes". The song won a Grammy for the version performed by this group:
The Dooby Bothers
The Eagles
KC and the Sunshine Band
The Jacksons

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"Wind Beneath My Wings" (1990) and "From a Distance" (1991) won the Grammy in consecutive years. Both were performed by this artist:
Bette Midler
Celine Dion
Whitney Houston
Mariah Carey

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Natalie Cole sang this 1992 Grammy winner with her deceased father Nat King Cole:
Unforgettable
The Christmas Song
This Will Be
Our Love

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Featured in Batman Forever, "Kissed by a Rose" (1996) won the Grammy for this British songwriter/performer:
Seal
Sting
Paul McCartney
Adele

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