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sing along (with someone or something)

to sing with someone or with the accompaniment of some instrument(s). Harry played all the old songs and everybody sang along. Let's sing along with Mary. She knows some good songs.
See also: sing

sing along

v.
To sing in unison with a song or singer that one is listening to: The performer urged the audience to sing along. I turned up the radio and sang along to the song.
See also: sing
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Once the Sing Along Cinema has put you in the mood for some serious festive silliness, you can stick around for the Prom Night Disco featuring cheesy 70s & 80s prom classics and smooch-tastic slow sets in The Purple Room until very late.
The verses are displayed Karaoke-style, line by line, in German with translations so learners can sing along.
Tap and Sing Along Picture Book" includes four popular nursery songs, namely "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes," "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," "Ten Little Indians" and "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.
Students were invited to sing along to the first third of the song as they listened.
99, as a pack including game and 8-way dance-mat, budding Britneys and Beyonces can sing along to the karaoke feature.
It is like he is trying to sing along but I am not sure what tune he is singing.
He's dead-eye correcto when he say's they's great to sing along with though, 'cos I found myself singing my fool head off that night, buddy.
Each person present is urged to sing along with the ten- to twelve-voice chorus.
The music-driven electronic toys include a Dance Mat that plays key songs like "Breaking Free" and "We're All In This Together," a Musical Tote Bag with built-in speakers, and a Microphone, so kids can sing along with their favorite tunes.
IT'S been one of the biggest Disney films of the past decade - and now's your chance to sing along to all those Frozen tunes
Sing Along Cinema is a new night brought to you by the people behind the rocking Songs Of Praise karaoke nights.
Here's one we can sing along to if we can remember the words", said Ian Ball before Make No Sound.
There's an inclusiveness and accessibility about these bands, whether it's Goldfinger's defiant, horn-driven "Get Up" or the glibly self-pitying persona in Less Than Jake's "Science of Selling Yourself Short," singing, "I'll sing along with every emergency/just sing along/I'm the king of catastrophe.
A source said: "Gerrard had a pounds 5000 bet with Crouch whether he'd be able to get on the mike and sing along with one of the songs.
Cole and illustrated by Ronald Himler that tells of a Grandfather who entertains children during laundry day by telling them stories of the war he served in and playing his trumpet, encouraging them to march in time and sing along to the music.