sing together

sing together

[for people] to coordinate their singing. Let's sing together now. Everyone should watch the conductor and follow the beat. You have to sing together if you want your words to be understood.
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References in classic literature ?
Her dim thoughts were often searching for far away lands where, as God says, the little hills sing together in the morning.
Sure, when we sing together I'm absorbin' religion an' gettin' pretty close up to God.
Surely the only courtship unshaken by doubts and fears must be that in which the lovers can sing together.
Let us gather together in the great cities, and light huge bonfires of a million gas-jets, and shout and sing together, and feel brave.
He has only to set the doors of the canaries' cages open, and to call them, and the pretty little cleverly trained creatures perch fearlessly on his hand, mount his fat outstretched fingers one by one, when he tells them to "go upstairs," and sing together as if they would burst their throats with delight when they get to the top finger.
Robbie and Gary reunion ON Saturday, December 23, Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow reunite and sing together at The Ffrith Beach Arena Prestatyn.
am, Pixie Lott and Danny Jones will sing together for the first time to open the show, putting on a medley of their combined biggest hits.
Meanwhile, Jennifer previously spoke about the "nostalgia" they feel when they sing together.
In Africa, communities sing together as a matter of course.
Getting to sing with Paul was fantastic and he said that we should sing together again.
We all sing together, although I'm not playing guitar.
The Raggs characters also sing together as The Raggs Band.
Goldies Cymru offers adults of all ages and abilities the opportunity to sing together in a relaxed environment and to make new friends.