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Good songs to sing?


Question Posted Friday February 22 2008, 3:40 am

Hey, I was going to audition for my school's talent show [I've made it for the past two years] and, I can't think of a good song to sing. I'm looking for a more maybe rock song, or maybe like, a really soft pretty song. I'm an alto, but I can do soprano pretty well, if that makes a difference. Thanks! :]

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noair answered Saturday February 23 2008, 8:10 pm:
maybe youd like something slow like "Wild Horses" by Natasha Bedingfield

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Ignatz answered Friday February 22 2008, 10:34 pm:
Check out the album "Lady in Satin" by Billie Holliday. It's a jazz classic, easily available on filesharing websites like IsoHunt. Also check out Jennifer Warnes' "Famous Blue Raincoat": it's an album of Leonard Cohen songs she did years ago. It's also available through IsoHunt. I'd personally recommend "Song of Bernadette".

Hope this helps.

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Disconnected answered Friday February 22 2008, 5:35 pm:
Well if you wouldn't mind singing a song by a guy, you could try
the songs ''silly world'' or ''through glass'' by stone sour.

Both are soft rock type and AMAZING :D

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Sari answered Friday February 22 2008, 9:56 am:
You might also try Fiona Apple or the Cranberries. If you can pull off Zombie by the cranberries it's got awesome sound, lots of energy and most people know it. Otherwise, Criminal and Shadowboxer by Fiona Apple are fairly well known and mostly stay in a nice alto range.

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crazyme6 answered Friday February 22 2008, 7:14 am:
avril lavigne would be perfect..shes an alto and has rock AND soft pretty songs. try downloading:

Anything but ordinary
Innocence
Mobile

or Kelly Clarkson: Beautiful Disaster. thats an AMAZING song and any voice can sing it

just go through all your favorite female rock/pop artists and find the song you feel the best singing. GOOD LUCK!

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