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My answer: A pattern of lows and highs In groupings of ones, twos, and fives And when I appear The masses may cheer But those in the know roll their eyes Or, in plain English: Figure this one out, you @#$%#!@


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Hey, I'm OP. Below is the intended solution, with my own logic for all the clues. Congratulations to User SmarthBansal and additionally to User David Robie. The answer: Explanation: "If you have to ask what the answer is, you'll never know!" A pattern of lows and highs In groupings of ones, twos, and fives And when I appear / The masses may cheer But ...


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Bit of long shot but here's something. Here's what I did If you play it, you'll get a cool tune. (with many highs and lows?) Don't have any idea how the number corresponds to my guess. They seem totally unrelated. Edit - See David Robie's Comment!


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I have a feeling that this poem: The outdoor sun, it shines so bright, And all my friends, are out of sight, No soul for miles, to break my thoughts, I'm all alone, a forlorn boss, My stormy thoughts, they match the skies, I tried and failed, to keep my guise, I shut them out, kept out of sight, And all the while, I stayed polite, I hid behind, a ...


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It sounds to me like the answer is A pattern of lows and highs In groupings of ones, twos, and fives And when I appear The masses may cheer But those in the know roll their eyes


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My answer is a short-circuit Because I must admit


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After various conversations in comments, just recording this as a partial, since I managed to identify 6 of the 9 songs that @CGreen was missing in their original answer. See (and upvote) their answer for the complete summary of all users' solutions and the final completed wall solve. A great team effort, this one - the power of group-solve! 1 is: 6 is: ...


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Like @Stiv commented, I don’t know if anyone can get them all alone, so I began by making my contribution and adding to it. Contributors to this answer include myself, Braegh, Stiv, GrumpyLlama59, and Darrel Hoffman. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) The four groups are: This implies that the hope for a satisfying ...


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Answer: First group SECOND GROUP CHALLENGE GROUP


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