Spontaneous singing, a social hazard
We have all been at party having a good time when someone breaks into a bought of spontaneous singing. Every eye in the house turns. Every mouth drops open. After a few moments people start talking among themselves about the person who is doing the singing.
Chances are you have been caught in a bought of spontaneous singing and have not even known. Here are some ways to find out. Don't confuse spontaneous singing with karaoke, which is a totally different kind of social embarrassment.
Do your friends or coworkers stop talking about your last time out together when you show up? Chances are you might have been involved in some social mishap like spontaneous singing.
Do you find coupons for singing lessons on your desk or in your mailbox? Definitely spontaneous singing.
Do your friends or coworkers turn the radio down when you come into the room? Most likely it is because of your spontaneous singing.
Are you latest outings only to places offering acoustical or jazz sessions? You guessed it, You might be guilty of a bought of spontaneous signing.
Worried about being caught in a bout of spontaneous singing during your next outing? Here are some tips help you enjoy your night out and still be yourself.
Maybe you could just lip sync the song. Lip syncing allows you to get into the mood of the song without actually uttering the words to the song.
Sing the song lowly, instead of out loudly. Unlike lip syncing you get the satisfaction of singing the song, without anybody actually hearing you.
Maybe you could only go to clubs where the music is so loud nobody will know if you're singing along or not.
If all else fails there are always a few clubs around which offer karaoke nights. Going to these clubs allows you to follow your passion of singing and since everyone else in the place is singing you will not stand out as much. Well, unless your singing is bad, then it might be better if you just hummed along with the tune.