Human anatomy has been inspiring songwriters for much of music's history. To see how common this trend is in pop music, check out the hidden image puzzle below from the medical negligence law group Patient Claim Line. The hospital scene is filled with visual brainteasers, each one representing the title of a different song about a body part.
The doctors and patients shown in the illustration are acting out the titles of 16 different pop songs. If you need some hints, songs about body parts above the neck—like the head, hair, and face—are depicted eight times, while the heart alone is the subject of five songs.
Still struggling to solve the puzzle? Patient Claim Line has come up with a scenario to motivate you: "The patients in our hospital ward are plagued with itchy feet and earworms. And time is running out. Can you find all 16 songs in under 5 minutes and save the patients before curtain call?"
After scouring the puzzle, you can find a version of the image with the clues labeled along with the answers listed out below. If you're looking for more music that's appropriate for a hospital setting, check out these songs that brought people out of comas.
The Weekend, "Feel My Face"
Project X, "Yeah Yeah Yeah - Heads Will Roll"
Blondie, "Heart of Glass"
Sugababes, "Hole In The Head"
Roxette, "Listen To Your Heart"
Celine Dion, "My Heart Will Go On"
Deee-lite, "Groove Is In The Heart"
Crowded House, "Fall At Your Feet"
Lady Gaga, "Poker Face"
Billy Ray Cyrus, "Achy Breaky Heart"
Kylie Minogue, "Can’t Get You Out Of My Head"
McFly, "5 Colors in Her Hair"
Jess Glynne, "Hold my Hand"
Willow Smith, "Whip My Hair"
The Black Eyed Peas, "My Humps"
Eric Carmen, "Hungry Eyes"