Singer’s Tip: Don’t Forget The Lyrics!

One thing every singer needs to be careful of is forgetting the lyrics! I’ve forgotten lyrics a time or two and I know for a fact it’s NOT what you as a singer want to do!

“The lyrics hold the message you’re trying to communicate in the song so it’s crucial to get them right.”

Taking specific steps to learn the lyrics – apart from the melody is very helpful. Most people say they don’t really pay attention to the lyrics, but as a singer this is NOT one of your choices.
Write those lyrics out – don’t just print the lyric sheet and read from there. The physical act of writing the lyrics out is so much more effective – especially if you write them as you hear them on the recording rather than copying them from a googled lyrics sheet.

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5 Great Songs For Young Boys To Sing

What to sing? That’s always the question – especially when it comes to young boys. Here are 7 choices to get you started.

1. Fireflies by Owl City

2. Say Something by Great Big World

3. What Do I Know by Ed Sheeran

4. One Call Away by Charlie Puth

5. Count On Me by Bruno Mars

Help grow this list! What are your favorite picks for songs for young boys to sing? Put your thoughts in a comment below!

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6 Great Songs For Tween/Teen Girls To Sing

Choosing a song is probably one of the hardest things for a singer to do! So, here’s a little list of songs to help you out the next time you’re at a loss of what to present to your Tween/Teen Girl vocal student.

  1. Opportunity – positive, hopeful message. Popular because of the recent remake of the movie Annie. Watch on YouTube

2. Waiting Outside The Lines – Although Greyson Chance sang this song it is an excellent song for girls to sing as well.

3. Try Everything by Shakira. – Popular because of the Zootopia Movie.

4. How Far I’ll Go by Alessia Cara – Popular because of the Moana movie.

5. Colors of The Wind – Tori Kelly version

6. “Monday Is Coming” featuring Mary Rene Quarles – Fresh, fun pop celebrating the  weekend.

What are some other songs that you feel should be added to this list?

Share them in a comment!