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“The single, “Sweet Thing” is typical of the mix here, a hook-filled song with great guitar work, a good melody, and instantly forgettable sing-a-long lyrics.”
“I've been playing one of the songs, "Red River Valley," for a couple of years to finish my set and sort of make a big sing-a-long out of it.”
“The feature of which Shazam is most proud is its streaming lyric service that allows you to sing-a-long with, for example, Rihanna "Rum pa pa pum, Rum pa pa pum, Rum pa pa pum".”
“It also serves up the best wordless hook, a slightly off beat, slightly out of key sing-a-long that wanders back and forth across the line between off the cuff genius and a meticulously researched thesis on pop deconstruction.”
“As the songs would be a constant sing-a-long for the near three hours he was on stage, it was highlighted by his stories in between the songs, after playing a great instrumental cover of Hendrix's "Foxy Lady," he spoke of how Hendrix was in awe of the Beatles and how he picked up their songs very quickly and would alter them.”
“A homelike environment should be person-centered with relationship-based care that provides residents opportunities to engage in life skills such as setting the tables, gardening, caring for pets, folding and putting away their laundry or leading a sing-a-long.”
“The annual borough tree lighting and sing-a-long, hosted by the Recreation Commission, will take place on Sunday December 6, 2009 at 7: 00PM at Beachwood Borough Hall, 1600 Pinewald Road.”
“Hot chocolate and cookies will be served following the sing-a-long.”
“Peter Yarrow of the folk trio Peter, Paul and Mary, led a sing-a-long and rally outside the courthouse in the hours leading up to the hearing.”
“And despite front-loading the set, they kept plenty in reserve, Viva La Vida winning the prize for most joyous sing-a-long, at least until Clocks kicked off the encore.”
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