Anyone here sing outloud to the radio or CD or worse, in the shower

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  1. Ryan L B

    Ryan L B Supporting Actor

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    For me it is all the time, it is either the songs from the south park movie, system of a down (it is hard) and anything from incubus, led zepplien, and staind.
     
  2. Bill Balcziak

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    My cat (now deceased) used to know all the words to "Dream Police" until he got old and forget them. He sang out of tune, so it was no loss really.
     
  3. Jagan Seshadri

    Jagan Seshadri Supporting Actor

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    "And we'll save Terrence and Philip too, 'Cause that's what Brian Boitano'd do!"
    I thought I was the only one who liked singing that stuff. Of course, Chocolate Salty Balls is a classic. I say that if you don't sing along to those tunes, you're missing out!
    -JNS
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    Blame Canada.
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  4. Malcolm R

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    Just don't let anyone hear you singing "Uncle F*kka" [​IMG]
    I sing all the time. Out loud when alone at home or in the car, quietly in the office or when others are nearby. In this case, you just have to turn the music up loud enough to cover your singing. [​IMG]
     
  5. NickSo

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    Lol.. ALWAYS! ALWAYS!!!!
    Im always singing... in the shower, in the car, using the computer... :p)
    Lol singing to system of a down?
    WAKE UP! somethingsometihngsometing a little makeup!
    Somethingsomethingsomething a stick up!
    [​IMG] Thats how i sing it...
    But system of a down is awesome... i gotta pick up their CD.. soo much energy...
     
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    heh, I had just finished singing along to the South Park movie soundtrack before I saw this thread, now it's American Pie.
    I sure my flatmate is enjoying it [​IMG]
     
  7. Josh_Hill

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    Nah, not much. Sometimes when Im in the shower I'll whistle the Imperial March or the Hobbit theme. [​IMG]
     
  8. brentl

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    You should see me at work belting out Backstreet boys tunes[​IMG]
    No .. seriously ... after you listen to muzak enough you know every bad tune from the last couple years.
    Brent
     
  9. John_Bonner

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    Guilty as charged. What's worse is I'll be belting it out in the car really gettin' into it then I come to a red light and the person in the car next to me "catches" me. At that point I usually pretend I was yawning and turn my then red face in the other direction.
     
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    I have found my self sing "Cars" by Gary Numan alot recently (don't know why) That and the cheesy lounge-singer version of "Crazy Train"
     
  11. Ryan L B

    Ryan L B Supporting Actor

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    I always cut out the language for unka F*ka. Also, I stop everytime my parents come down since they both can't stand any music I listen to.
     
  12. Alan Benson

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    In the shower it's mostly opera--or something by Gershwin or Cole Porter. Or Sondheim, for a change of pace. Or any of the jazz standards, like Lush Life or Sophististed Lady...
    Either that, or Old MacDonald... [​IMG]
     
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    Hell yes, all the time. My current "song to annoy the wife" is the Almighty Poo song from Conkers Bad Fur Day. Nothing like a little AAH AAAH AAAAAAAAAAAAAH from the shower every morning to get ready for work.
     
  15. Brian Harnish

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    Of course! At least on most of the songs I sing along to I know musically and can keep a tune. However, in the shower...naaahhh. I'd probably scare the neighbors. As if my home theater doesn't do that already!! [​IMG]
     
  16. Martin Fontaine

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    Hehe, me too! In the bus, in the subway and even at work until recently (Threat from the boss) The only weird thing is, I only listen to female artists, so it sounds strange to hear a guy singing that!
     
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    I sing -- very badly, I'm sure -- all the time in the car, moving to the music, sometimes even banging on the steering wheel. I've gotten a few looks and smiles from other drivers but it makes no nervermind to me.
    Lisel
     
  18. Carlo Medina

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    Yup, in the car, the shower, the bedroom, basically anywhere. Of course I also play guitar and sing. But I was singing aloud (Zep, Beatles, CSNY) long before I picked up the six-string. I could do a more than passable John Lennon and Robert Plant impersonations when I was a kid, which freaked people out because I'm Pacific Islander.
     
  19. Ryan L B

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    if you are singing female tunes, do not sing the high notes (can't get that damn everywhere song out of my head), I mean,I am singing it right now.
     
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