Do you sing out loud to your favorite songs? Why do you, or why don't you?
Yes, more often than not. I've been known to sing in stores with the radio, much to the embarrassment of friends. It gets really, really bad when you start adding in the dancing with it...
I sing out loud when I am alone driving or home alone. When my youngest daughter was still at home, we sang a lot but as I have gotten older, my hearing isn't great so it is a lot harder to stay on key. When you sound lousy to yourself, you really don't want to sing in a group.
Yes, but only in front of my children. They think I am hilarious, lol!
Yes! Usually just if I'm on my own or in front of my son, but recently I caught myself humming out loud to the music playing in the supermarket! If I'm shopping with my husband it's not unheard of for us to start jiving or dancing the cha cha if the music takes us! :-)
Yes I do!!!!! Whether I'm driving, doing household chores or out running errands, if I hear a familiar tune, I start singing. In fact, that is my hobby. To me, singing gives a sense of peace within myself. If people start to stare, I keep on going. My children sometimes react with embarrassment, especially my daughter.
I love to sing out loud to my favorite songs! I am a product of the 70's and 80's and also love country music as well. Some are great mood lifters and some really make you think. Music is meant to be enjoyed!
I agree, music is meant to be enjoyed. I am more into country music but also enjoy light rock from the 60's and 70's. Whenever a song comes on the radio that I know, I am always singing along. Thanks for responding, it is always appreciated.
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