Do you love to sing?
Sometimes people are embarrassed to sing, do you feel ashamed of your voice or do you love to sing?
Oh, I absolutely love singing! But I don't sing in front of others. I have a lot of stage fright and I also realize that my voice isn't quite as good as I'd like it to be. But it's impossible for me to stop singing altogether: I've tried, but I love it so much I just start belting it out again.
I have always loved to sing and have many opportunities to do so in churches. I sing in choirs, church worship teams and do solos on a regular basis.
I love singing. I especially love to do it in my car, all alone with a good CD so I can imagine it sounds AWESOME. It really goes make me feel good. I used to sing a lot with my youngest daughter during the boy band phase but now my hearing isn't quite good enough to be able to hear the notes.
I love to sing, but I usually only do it when I'm alone. The only ones who seem to think I can sing are babies who don't know any better and my apparently tone deaf cat.
I love to listen others singing. I cant sing. I don have a sense of tunes i think. But when I am alone I do sing. But otherwise I pass almost all possible waking hours midst songs and music. Thank you.
Do you enjoy singing?
That's wonderful that you keep immersed in music and do sing at least a little.
Before staying home with kids I worked as a music teacher then music therapist so I used to sing A LOT. I sing now w my kids and for myself.
Wowwww that is nice to know. Keep enjoying yourself. I actually cant sing. My voice does not sound good to me at all...LOL:-)
I love to sing and teach others to sing. My problem is long term asthma that turned into chronic bronchitis and is now called COPD.
Oh dear I'm sorry to hear about the COPD. I hope you can still have some enjoyment from singing.
Yes Heather. I have shortness of breath and can't seem to get rid of the tight feeling in chest. I do "ok!"
I was very shy of singing when I was a kid, but simply love it now. I'm not that much of a singer, but I'm not tone deaf either. If I weren't so shy back in the day I probably would be better now but oh well...
by Amanda 22 months ago
Is it rude to sing along at concerts?My opinion: absolutely, yes, it's beyond rude! It's downright obnoxious! But I recently came across a forum of people who feel the opposite, so now I'm curious about the general opinion.
by thirdmillenium 8 years ago
Do people run away when you do? Or, do they sit down to enjoy?
by Maria Jordan 5 years ago
When did you last sing to yourself? To someone else?
by capncrunch 7 years ago
Do you sing in the shower?
by stylezink 6 years ago
Do you sing in the shower? If, so what's your favorite song to sing?I always find myself singing in the shower. I'm awesome! -Only in the shower. For the past month or so I've been on a Michael Jackson kick. My favorite is, "Rock with you." I sound so great! -In the shower. What's song do...
by kallini2010 6 years ago
Where do you sing if you like singing, but not sure if you sing well?If you like to sing, but have no training and are not sure that you sing well, where do you sing? Only to yourself? In a shower? Or did you have the courage to sing in public?
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