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QUIZ: Is This a Fall Out Boy Lyric or a Wuthering Heights Quote?

QUIZ: Is This a Fall Out Boy Lyric or a Wuthering Heights Quote?

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Fall Out Boy is notorious for their song titles that go on forever. Most 19th-century novelists did the same thing with chapter titles. But that's not the only thing these two have in common. Specifically, pretty much every quote from Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights sounds like a line straight out of "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark." Can you tell them apart?

1. "Honest people don't hide their deeds."

2. "I want to hate you half as much as I hate myself."

3. "Kiss me again, but don't let me see your eyes."

4. "I saw God cry in the reflection of my enemies."

5. "To the 'love,' I left my conscience pressed between the pages of the Bible in the drawer."

6. "You said I killed you—haunt me, then."

7. "Your veins are full of ice water and mine are boiling."

8. "I wish I could hold you ’til we were both dead."

9. "I used to obsess over living, now I only obsess over you."

10. "All sinners would be miserable in heaven."

11. "My smile's an open wound without you and my hands are tied to pages inked to bring you back."

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