Before we get into today’s Heardle clues and answer, here’s a fun fact about May 24. It’s international tiara day. I hope you’re feeling fancy right now, or you’re at least able to hold yourself in high esteem and feel good about your day.
Anyway, if you haven’t played Heardle in a few days, here are the songs you perhaps missed out on:
If today’s Heardle has you scratching your scalp (or maybe just adjusting your tiara), here are some clues that might help:
- This is listed as a folk-rock song on Wikipedia.
- It was released in 1965.
- It reached number two on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and number four in the U.K. singles charts.
- In 2004 and 2010, Rolling Stone called this the greatest song of all time. It slipped to number four on the 2021 edition of the list.
Still, stumped? That’s all right. Here’s the answer to today’s Heardle:
Heardle Answer For May 24
It’s not a surprise Rolling Stone rates this song so highly — the magazine was named after it. I’m not a big Dylan fan but I knew enough by the third guess to recognize it as was one of his songs. The answer box offered four suggestions and by process of elimination, I got the correct answer.
By the way, as for the number one song on the 2021 edition of Rolling Stone’s 500 Best Songs of All Time list? It was Aretha Franklin’s “Respect.”