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Do people run away when you do? Or, do they sit down to enjoy?
I do enjoy singing. I don't know if anyone gets up and leaves. I am too busy looking at my hymnal. I certainly hope they don't leave or they would miss out on my sermon.
I only sing when someone gets out a guitar...or I pick mine up and play myself
I LOVE to sing, people dont run away anymore and they rarely throw stuff at me.
A good time for me is a circle of friends a couple guitars and singing...
I can carry a tune, but I can't really sing at a professional level or anything. I do like doing karaoke.
I am a jailbird singer, always behind a few bars and looking for the right key.
I LOVE to sing! Honestly I have no idea if people would run away (I don't subject anyone outside the house to that), though I wouldn't blame them if they did. I used to be halfway decent as a backup singer, but I got way out of practice and beat up my voice using voice recognition software for rough drafts of a lot of my work 8-15 hours per day. My husband will sit and listen to me, and has even occasionally told me my singing sounds marvelous...but I honestly think his good friend Jim (last name Beam) told him to say that.
Interesting, I would love to hear you. So email your self to me.
Yes, I sing barbershop with a large group, not a quartet. It's hard work but rewarding to entertain an audience. Some of our routines verge on musical theatre.
Why not look at my hub on the benefits of singing, or go to Youtube and look at some of the top barbershop choruses. I think you'll be surprised at the entertainment, including the choreography!
yes i do
I sung many times
In my college and school and peoples said me that you have to take part in some singing contests.
My friends,faculty members of my college and even some strangers said me this.
I play basic guitar and sing.....but my singing sounds like one of those contestants dragged off American Idol by security staff......Simon Cowell would say....thanks fro coming all the way from Ireland.....but you can go back now.....
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