Today’s ‘Heardle’ Answer And Clues For Sunday, June 19by Kris Holt · Forbes
I have some good news: today’s Heardle is one that’s likely to be a cinch for most folks. But as ever, if you don’t know it, there’s no shame in that. So, I’ve got some clues and the answer to help you you.
In case this is your first time, here’s how to play Heardle: You will hear the first second of a reasonably well-known song. You’ll then take a guess at the artist and title or skip your turn. If you skip or guess incorrectly, you’ll get to hear a little more of the song. The game continues until the sixth and final guess, at which point you’ll hear 16 seconds of the track.
If you’re a veteran Heardle player, but haven’t checked out the game for a few days, these are the songs you may have missed:
- Monday, June 13: “Fast Car” by Tracy Chapman
- Tuesday, June 14: “Bridge Over Troubled Water” by Simon & Garfunkel
- Wednesday, June 15: “What Makes You Beautiful” by One Direction
- Thursday, June 16: “Let’s Dance” by David Bowie
- Friday, June 17: “Yeah!” by Usher (feat. Lil Jon and Ludacris)
- Saturday, June 18: “Genie in a Bottle” by Christina Aguilera
If you’ve been hoping for a genie to answer your wish for some clues for today’s Heardle, I’m here to oblige. In case you need it, you’ll find the answer right after them:
Heardle Clues For June 19
- This is listed as a soul and rhythm and blues song on Wikipedia.
- It was released in 1967.
- It reached number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and number 10 in the U.K.
- The song was written and originally recorded by Otis Redding.
- In the 2021 edition of Rolling Stone’s The 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time list, this was placed at number one.
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Heardle Answer For June 19
Spoiler warning! This is your last chance to avert your eyes before I reveal the answer.
Today’s song is...
This truly is one of the greatest songs of all time. No further notes necessary. Brighten up your Sunday with this absolute classic:
That’ll do it for today’s Heardle. I can’t imagine tomorrow’s song being better than this, but you never know! If you do need some help with it, I’ll have some clues and the answer on my blog.