Heardle: Can’t find Heardle’s response for July 5, 2022? Get hints and the final answer

A new day and a new Heardle challenge that will make you rack your brains hard. Since its release in early 2022, the browser-based game has grown in popularity among music lovers around the world.

We’ve got some hints and the answer to today’s Heardle song for you if you’re having trouble. Get started with the clues given here!

However, if you’re new to the game, here’s how: For the first second, you’ll hear a relatively well-known song. Then you can guess who the artist and song title is or skip your turn. You’ll hear more of the song if you skip or guess incorrectly. When you make your sixth guess, you’ll hear 16 seconds of the song.

The songs featured in the daily challenge presented by Heardle are mostly taken from the list of the most streamed songs of the last decade. Therefore, this

The songs featured in Heardle’s Daily Challenge are chosen from a list of the most streamed songs of the past decade. As a result, fans of contemporary pop music have an easier time guessing. Despite this, since most of the songs are classics or extremely popular, it doesn’t turn out to be that hard for anyone to guess.

If today’s game of Heardle proves to be a little difficult, here are the hints to get you started. You can find the answer after the clues.

The clues for Heardle Of July 5 are as follows:

  • The song is listed as a soft rock and pop rock song.
  • This is a song performed by an American musician who was a former member of the Raspberries.
  • The song was released in 1987.
  • It reached number four on the US Billboard Hot 100.
  • The song appeared on the Dirty Dancing soundtrack.
  • Please note that this is a spoiler alert. Please do not continue if you are not ready to learn what Heardle’s answer to today’s question is.

The answer is: “Hungry Eyes” by Eric Carmen!

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