sing along

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sing along

To sing the same words or music of a song at the same time as it is being sung, performed, or played. He encouraged the audience to sing along, but only a few people participated. Our toddler always likes to sing along with us whenever we start belting out some Disney tune or another. I think it's cute the way he sings along to the radio in the car.
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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.
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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.
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Clad stylishly in a black jacket and torn jeans, Lizibo did not disappoint his fans as they sang along to the old tunes.
Jennifer Lopez and her boyfriend, former pro baseball player Alex Rodriguez, sang along to the opening act, which ended in a shimmering wall of sparks falling on the Oscars stage.
While working on the track with D'Sound, she sang along to it in gibberish.
Crowds went wild at the concert as they sang along to Sabah's greatest hits.
I played the Pufnstuf soundtrack repeatedly and sang along to Mama Cass's song "Different": "Different is hard, different is lonely / Different is trouble for you only / Different is heartache, different is pain / But I'd rather be different than be the same."
Meanwhile, ecstatic fans waved banners and sang along to all the words of the Hey Jude chorus.
Although the 25 year old was completely unknown just two years ago, many in his audience sang along to his hits such as Evergreen, Leave Right Now and the Doors song he sang on ITV's Pop Idol, Light My Fire.
My friends and I delighted in sitting in the balcony and making up our own silly words as we sang along to hymns like "Go Down Moses and Let My People Go." I was also once sent out into the hall for sketching a funny picture of a big-nosed, toothless man with a cleft chin when we were all asked to draw what we thought God looked like.
Before the dance, students sang along to Christmas favorites like "Jingle Bells" and "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer."