- Musical chairs (disambiguation)
Musical chairs is a children's game.
Musical Chairs may also refer to:
- Musical Chairs (1955 TV series), a 1955 NBC game show hosted by Bill Leyden
- Musical Chairs (1975 TV series), a 1975 CBS game show hosted by Adam Wade
- Musical Chairs (Sammy Hagar album), 1977
- Musical Chairs (Hootie & the Blowfish album), 1998
- Musical Chairs (1980 Musical), a 1980 Broadway show
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