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Who doesn't sing in the shower? Maybe not when you're in a hurry.
No, as I have a husband living with me and no one wants to hear that--even with an echo. I sing in my car all alone so that I can convince myself I sound just like the people on the CD.
Yep, I sing in the shower… although I sound like a mutant bear with a cold.
No. I don't like to hear myself singing.
Therefore, my neighbours won't either. Not to mention, my wife.
I did try years ago, but it wasn't for me.
Depends entirely what kind of day I have had or the mood that I am in.
Of course! Sometimes it's songs with words or just the melody itself. Glad to say that my son has inherited my musical genes, he sings in the shower as well, particularly the electrical guitar part of many of his favorite hard rock songs. Comes out feeling refreshed and happy!
Yeap, i do sing in the shower because i always heard myself audible; and i dn't pay a dine for that, unlike Studieo- Audible!!! lol.
I used to, but than I switched to baths. Without the noise of the shower it kind of kills the singing vibe.
No, I just splatter water all over the bathroom floor plus I don't like staying in the shower too long as I've still got a clogged up drain.
It is a nice idea though and I've tried a few times but I can't sing and shower without getting water into my mouth as well.
I sing in the shower every day without fail. I'm not a good singer but I enjoy singing so I do it because I like to
yes, sometimes I do. Funny, but that's when I think of all the things in my life and what I'm grateful for...and I end up humming because I'm happy!
I always sing in the shower, for two reasons. One, I'm not on American Idol and even if I was, Simon has not earned the right to watch my "audition" there.
Two: The shower is where whatever I am doing is entirely my business.
Yes, most of the time. LOL
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