Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Top 5 Songs You Sing By Yourself, But Would Never Sing In Front Of Your Friends

Top 5 Songs You Sing When You Are Alone:

5. Michael Jackson & Others- We Are The World (1985) Written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie. Produced by Quincy Jones. Click on the song to see some old faces.

4. Shania Twain- From This Moment On (1997) Written by Mutt Lange and Shania Twain

3. Boys II Men- I'll Make Love To You (1994) Written by Babyface.

2. Kenny Chesney- The Woman With You (2004) Written by Craig Wiseman and David Frasier.

1. Journey- Open Arms (1982) Written by Steve Perry and Jonathan Cain

Okay, who is guilty of any of these songs?

Let me know what your top 5 are.


Anonymous said...

I don't know about 5, but I love to sing some falsetto - "Rocket Man", any R.E.M. or Queen - when I'm by my lonesome.

Great site, I came for the Dawg news and will be back.

UGA Class of '99

Mackie said...

5. Journey _ Faithfully (way more cheese than open arms)
4. Dio _ Rainbow in the Dark
3. Rush _ Spirit of Radio
2. Hillary/Haylie Duff _ Our Lips are Sealed (...WHAT?!?!)
1. Mika _ Grace Kelly

Most of these I lovingly refer to as Falsetto Fest!

I see free man and I both have a thing for songs out of our vocal range.

Mackie said...

Also I'd like to make sure everyone knows I think the fact I included Rush and Ronnie James Dio completely negates the homosexuality of Mika and the Duff girls.

That is all.

Worm said...

a free man- Rocket Man by Elton John is a good call. Nobody that reads this can say that if that song comes on the radio they dont sing it as loud as they can.

mackalicious- Yeah I was starting to wonder about you there for a minutes but then I looked at my list and started to wonder about me too.

Anonymous said...

One I always sing out loud is Hurricane by Bob Dylan - (the chorus at least - I can see that part in Dazed and confused when they are strolling into the emporium to play foosball - that would be a cool top 5. Cool movie scenes.

Rocket man (for sure)

Reo Speedwagon, Keep on lovin you

Piano man Billy Joel

-- I now have to go kill something to prove my manhood to myself again.

Ally said...

Those are good and big points for anything Journey. But here's my favs:
1. Tiny Dancer - Elton John
2. Holiday - Madonna
3. Beast of Burden - Rolling Stones
4. Walkin' After Midnight - Patsy Cline
5. Stay - Lisa Loeb

And secretly (or not so much anymore) Freedom '90 - George Michael. Shower song, what can I say.

JJ said...

The Springsteen classic Dancing in the Dark. Good and catchy tune, but the song is also well-written, except that I can only imagine it being sung by a single dude in a yankee town.