40 Songs You Can't Help But Sing Along To
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40 Songs You Can't Help But Sing Along To

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40 Songs You Can't Help But Sing Along To

Allstar by Smashmouth


Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen


I Got A Feeling by the Black-Eyed Peas


Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond


Stayin Alive by the Bee Gees


Are You Gonna Be My Girl? By Jet


Shut Up and Dance by Walk The Moon


Ain’t No Mountain High Enough by the Supremes


No More Mr. Nice Guy by Alice Cooper


Build Me Up Buttercup by The Foundations


Drops of Jupiter by Train


Come Sail Away by Styx


Hey There Delilah by the Plain White T’s


Get Low by Lil Jon and the East Side Boys


Sugar We’re Goin’ Down by Fall Out Boy


Brown Eyed Girl By Van Morrison


I’m a Believer by Smashmouth


Fat Bottomed Girls by Queen


American Pie by Don Mclean


Carry On, Wayward Son by Kansas


I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) by The Proclaimers


Fergalicious by Fergie


Stacy’s Mom by Fountains of Wayne


Follow Me by Uncle Kracker


We Will Rock You by Queen


Rocket Man by Elton John


Forget You by CeeLo Green


A Thousand Miles by Vanessa Carlton


Kryptonite by 3 Doors Down


The Middle by Jimmy Eat World


Not Afraid by Eminem


Barbie Girl by Aqua


Oops!.. I Did it Again by Britney Spears


Paralyzer by Finger Eleven


Pocketful of Sunshine by Natasha Bedingfield


Suddenly I See by KT Tunstall


Thrift Shop by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis


Waterfalls by TLC


Sweet Home Alabama by Lynard Skynard


And of course...

Don’t Stop Believin’ by Journey


If you got through this without singing, try again without lip-syncing, dancing, or even moving.

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