Song Fallacies

How well can you separate Song Fact from Song Fallacy? In this music trivia challenge, you'll get 10 questions, each with 1 true statement and 2 that are completely made up.
The Game:
1) We show you a song title and 3 statements about that song. One is the true Songfact, two are Song Fallacies that we made up.
2) The object is to correctly identify the Songfact by clicking on the button to the left of the statement.
You get 10 questions worth 2 points each. You get the 2 points for each question you get right on the first try and 1 point if you get it on the second try. A perfect score is 20, which even we can't get, and we wrote the questions. Good luck, and click carefully.

Question 1
  Maxwell's Silver Hammer
    by The Beatles
Paul McCartney wrote this after reading about a serial killer.
Ringo played an anvil to make the "bang, bang" noises.
Written as a bedtime song for Paul McCartney's son, Max.