• Singing is good for you

    Asked by LiveWithCancer on Sunday, November 18, 2018

    Singing is good for you

    What are some of your favorite songs to sing along with? I looked up "Happy Songs" on Google ... and I am trying to figure out HOW some of the songs made the list ... https://www.upvenue.com/article/1864-top-65-songs-that-will-make-you-happy-instantly.html

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    • po18guy's Avatar

      Keep on smiling by Wet Willie. Roll with the changes by REO Speedwagon. One which has a lot of meaning for me is: "I Just Want to Celebrate" by Rare Earth. The singer/drummer lives not all that far away and I have a pair of autographed drum sticks.

      6 months ago
    • LiveWithCancer's Avatar

      Thanks, @po18guy!

      I found myself listening to a bunch of kiddie songs today: Joy, joy, joy, Deep in my heart and If You're Happy and You Know It ... and others. Made me smile and sing along :)

      6 months ago
    • Jalemans' Avatar

      Singing may be good for you but my singing isn't good for others. LOL. I have a terrible singing voice. However, small children don't care so I sing those kiddie songs to my grandson. Christmas music has also started up so I sing to the radio in the car.

      6 months ago
    • BoiseB's Avatar

      The speech therapist recommended that I sing to keep my throat clear. However I have been too lazy to do the warm-ups. And I haven't downloaded any music (words and music) or accompaniments still lazy in that department. And I am at this time just too busy to sing. I just don't have time to sing. I also have to spend time taking care of the other components of my body. I suppose it is just a matter of priorities
      I didn't recognize any of the songs on the list. But my inclination has always been toward classical music. But I could never sing along to opera.
      My speech therapist had been an opera singer. She tried to teach me to sing Do Re Mi from Sound of Music. I failed miserably.

      6 months ago

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