This week's question: A three-day festival will take place in upstate New York this summer to mark the 50th anniversary of Woodstock. If a classic rock bond were to write a song about gray-haired, arthritic hippies trying to survive a nostalgia-driven music festival, what could the track be titled?
THE WINNER: "You Can't Always Get Up When You Want"
Louis Himmelstein, Novato, California
SECOND PLACE: "With a Little Help from My Depends"
Mary Jo Astrachan, Oneida, New York
THIRD PLACE: "Ain't No Bathroom Near Enough"
Edwin Bacher, New York City
"(We've Got to Get Ourselves) Back to Gardening"
Erin Mistele, Peapack, New Jersey
"Over the Hill and (The Stage Is Too) Far Away"
Krista Zartman, Zionsville, Indiana
Ujjal Kohli, Saratoga, California
Ken Liebman, Williston, Vermont
"A Little Help from My Meds"
Doug Johnston, Erie, Pennsylvania
"Walker This Way"
Michael Rouse, Troy, Michigan
Joe Valetti, San Leandro, California
"I Can't Quite Hear It Through the Grapevine"
Frank Hendricks, Stamford, Connecticut
"(My Aching) Back in Black"
Guy Rusiski, Pittsburgh
"Twist and Shout in Pain"
Annette Entin, North Caldwell, New Jersey
"Nights in White Support Socks"
Ivan Kershner, Salem, South Carolina
"Time Isn't on My Side"
John Bowen, Milwaukee
"Don't Stop Breathin'"
Thomas Mistele, Flemington, New Jersey