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When you sing along to the radio, what songs do you feel you sing your best (delusional, of course) when nobody else can hear?

Asked by jca (29047 points ) September 5th, 2012

When you sing along to the radio, what songs do you feel you sing your best (delusional, of course) when nobody else can hear? When you can really belt them out, and radio’s on so loud you can’t even hear yourself?

For me, it’s anything by Journey or Motown (Jackson 5, for example).

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NuclearWessels's avatar

Guns N’ Roses – Sweet Child O’ Mine

wundayatta's avatar

I do sing best when I belt them out, but that’s not when I’m singing along with the radio in the car.

tom_g's avatar

most instrumentals

hug_of_war's avatar

I don’t sing along to the radio or even when listening to my own music collection. Ever.

Crumpet's avatar

Anything by oasis, and most songs where I actually know the lyrics instead of replacing unknown words with ” dee doo do dah”.

lookingglassx3's avatar

1. I’ll Pick a Rose for My Rose by Marv Johnson
2. Part of your World from The Little Mermaid
3. I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston (I know Dolly sang it originally but I’ve never heard her version, and well, okay, I don’t sound good but at least I hit the notes without struggling, even if they sound bad!)
4. Whenever, Wherever by Shakira.

Wow I have a wide musical taste.

zenvelo's avatar

Beatles and Paul Simon songs. And some Rolling Stones. (Brown Sugar- best air guitar song evah!

filmfann's avatar

Who Are You by the Who.

rojo's avatar

Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen

rojo's avatar

Although, I must admit a cannot hit that high note: ”.........For Meeeeeeeeeeeeee!” But I do a pretty mean air guitar following it. My passengers do NOT enjoy that part.

tranquilsea's avatar

All of them :-P

MilkyWay's avatar

Oasis, Pink , Adele, little bit of Kelly Clarkson, and Opera sounding songs.

downtide's avatar

Before I started transitioning I had a good mezzo-soprano to contralto singing voice. Some of my favourites to sing along to were Everything But The Girl, Carole King, Alanis Morisette and Annie Lennox.

A year on testosterone and I’m now pretty much a baritone, with about half the vocal range I used to have. This morning I was singing along to Dire Straits.

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