I am not a screamer. However, I do like to sing. When I hear a song I like, I sing the parts where I know they lyrics and hum the parts where I do not know the lyrics.
One song I like to sing is "Try", by Pink. I can relate to the song, and I like its message of patience and persistence. I also like the song because it is within my vocal range and it is performed by one of my favorite singers.
Another song I like to sing is "Hall of Fame". I like "Hall of Fame" because it has a catchy tune and it is a fun song. If there were a Writers Hall of Fame, I would love to be there for my writing. Being part of something like that would help people to learn more about me. It might also help me to get booked for speaking gigs.
A third song I like to sing is "Under Pressure" by Queen. I like this song because it, too, is one that I can relate to. When I was a student, I was often under pressure. I worried about my grades, stayed up late to work on research papers, and crammed for tests, just like most students do. I also like this song because I enjoy listening to it as I run.
"Try" and "Hall of Fame" are currenly part of the Top 40 chart. Therefore, the pop stations play them on a regular basis.
"Under Pressure", on the other hand, is not part of the Top 40 chart. Listeners do ont normally hear this song on the radio. It is, however, featured in the movie "Zoom: Academy for Superheroes", starring Tim Allen.
I most often sing when I am at home. However, stores often play music over their public address systems to help their shoppers have a good shopping experience. If I were shopping, and I heard "Hall of Fame", I would get excited and start singing, but not very loudly, of course--just loud enough for those nearby to hear me. I would likely get some funny looks. I might also, however, get some comments from those around me, saying that they, too, like the song.
If you are out somewhere, and you hear a song that you like, do not be afraid to sing if you want to. You are letting the world know that you are happy, and there is nothing wrong with that.
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