|Click to listen to
the twelfth and last
30-second mp3 excerpt.
Clue: you might suppose this song featured in every Procol Harum setlist on this website; yet in 1970, for example, The Isle of Wight is the only setlist-page on which it does feature ... and even that remains unconfirmed
|Make a note of the song title etc; this information will be needed when you read the Thirteenth Clue, below, which tells you exactly what to do to win one (or more) of this year's splendid Procol prizes.||Clicking the logo will take you to the Palers' Project website should you require assistance|
So that's all the clues ... so, how do you win?
The Thirteenth Clue
It's not difficult: you have before you the names of twelve Procol Harum songs. Now just isolate the first letter of the first answer, the second letter of the second answer, the third letter of the third answer, the fourth letter of the fourth answer and so on in sequence right down to the twelfth letter of the last answer. (Disregard spaces, hyphens, parentheses and so forth when counting the letters, and watch that you are including the whole title ... does it start with 'The' or 'A', for example?).
So now you have twelve alphabetical letters: simply rearrange them to form the name of a well-known Procol Harum song then click here to send us – watch it! – the twelfth word sung in the song. Procol song words are here
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