storm Nemo is on the way but in the mean time lets try and have some fun. when I lived at home I loved to go to karaoke with my sis and a few friends. it was a small place and we usually were the only ones singing...so funny...what song would you sing? a love song? a rock anthem? maybe a disney tune?
My go to song is Me and Bobby McGee by Janis Joplin and I'll usually do atleast one P!nk song and as a duet we have had fun doing A Whole New World- Disney's Aladdin.
I did this in the hospital on a Friday night. Even though it broke one of my longest held beliefs: that karaoke without alcohol should be illegal. I did it. Made a fool of myself & sang Girls just wanna have fun - cyndi lauper.
ooooh i miss karaoke! it's been so long! my go to is bohemian rhapsody or under the sea or pretty much any disney song. i've never actually sang alone though, b/c i never drink so i have to sing with someone to get up the nerve lol.
fun times you all have some excellent song selections!
I'm sorry Rugger, My coment above was supposed to be funny, but I've thought about it (because obsessing is what I do) and realized it could be taken as mean. It wasn't meant that way, please accept my apology if you were in any way offended.
Well...here's my karaoke story for you. I can't sing. I absolutely cannot sing. When my oldest son was little...I was singing to him and he actually asked me to stop. So...one night when I was out with my friends I lost a bet and was forced to do it. I did 'Cleaning Out My Closet' by Eminem and got a standing ovation. That was my first...only...and last karaoke experience.
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