User:Magic man/HowTo:Express Yourself In Song

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Imagine Lennon

Imagine this, but on a stage surrounded by thousands of dancers and flashing lights.

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Sung to the tune of Imagine, by John Lennon.


♫ Imagine you're in a musical.

It's easy if you try.

Something has just happened.

Your emotions're running wild.

Imagine you start singing, and everyone joins in.


Imagine huge dance numbers.

It isn't hard to do.

The lights are all flashing.

And and it's all lead by you.

Imagine beautiful ballads, just like this one.


You-hoo-hoooooo, you may say

you can't do it, but really not that hard.

I hope you read this guide

and learn to sing like a star.


Imagine it is normal.

I wonder if you can.

People break into song

every now and then.

Imagine all the people singing and dancing, too.


You-hoo-hoooooo, you may say

you can't do it, but really not that hard.

I hope you read this guide

and learn to sing like a star. ♫

edit Song one: Choose the right time

Magic carpet ride

Actually, while taking a ride on a magic carpet would be the perfect time to break into song.

Sung to the tune of Magic Carpet Ride, by Steppenwolf.


♫ I like to sing, yeeeeeeeees, yes,

right when something's happened to me.

While eating a sandwich would not be right

for singing a song, 'cause that would just bite.

You need to know,

when a song will go with the flow.


'Cause, if you know what

will work right,

you won't end up looking like a fool

while singing your song under electric lights.


Yes, if you know what

will work right

you can sing an amazing song

almost every night.


If you feel strong

about something

that has happened

you should start singing.


When you feel it's necessary

to sing a song it mightn't always be.

Before you start song

Well, think if anyone else wants to hear.


You need

to make

sure it's really important.


'Cause, if you know what

will work right,

you won't end up looking like a fool

while singing your song under electric lights.


Yes, if you know what

will work right

you can sing an amazing song

almost every night.


If you feel strong

about something

that has happened

you should start singing. ♫

edit Song two: Write a complicated song about your feelings on the subject expressed in a two to five minute slow or rock ballad.

Sung to the tune of Thick as a Brick, by Jethro Tull.


♫ Alternatively, just make it up as you go. ♫

edit Song three: Sing!

James Brown dancing

Hopefully what you'll look like after getting to this song.

Sung to the tune of I feel good, by James Brown.


Whoa-oa-oa! You feel good, I knew that you would, now.

You feel good, I knew that you would, now.

So good, so good, 'cause now you can sing.


Whoa! You feel nice, like sugar and spice

You feel nice, like sugar and spice

So nice, so nice, 'cause now you can sing.


When you sing your song

remember this guide's lessons.

And when you sing your song

always follow these lessons.


And you feel nice, like sugar and spice.

You feel nice, like sugar and spice.

So nice, so nice, 'cause now you can sing.


When you sing your song

remember this guide's lessons.

And when you sing your song

always follow these lessons.


And you feel nice, like sugar and spice.

You feel nice, like sugar and spice.

So nice, so nice, 'cause now you can sing.


Whoa! you feel good, I knew that you would, now.

You feel good, I knew that you would

So good, so good, 'cause now you can sing.

So good, so good, 'cause now you can sing.

So good, so good, 'cause now you can sing.

HEY!!


CAST WAVING

Good by and good luck from the whole cast of this article!

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