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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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No need to withstand withering stares if you sing along with the band Queen.
A netizen named Jun Salameda (@jun_salameda) expressed his opinion that although Madela is a great vocalist, he wonders why Madela 'can't be a hit.' 'Answer: music lovers can't sing along with him,' the netizen stated.
The show will capture the dynamic between the two Royal sisters, Anna and Elsa, and audiences will get to sing along with such musical masterpieces as Let it Go, Do You Want to Build a Snowman?
The show will capture the dynamic between the two royal sisters, Anna and Elsa and audiences will get to sing along with such musical masterpieces as Let it Go, Do You Want to Build a Snowman?
Taylor adds: "Every day I stand backstage during Let It Go and I sing along with the kids.
This production features glorious subtitles so that the whole audience can sing along with the von Trapps.
Aimed at five-plus, they promise a family treat: an interactive screening of the worldwide phenomenon, with on-screen lyrics so audiences can sing along with main characters, princesses Elsa and Anna.
Words to accompany all ten activities pictured in the book are given at the back, so you are encouraged to stop at each page and sing along with your own child.
so I decided to sing along with my pre-recorded track, which is very common in the recording industry.
"An irreverent host will encourage everyone to sing along with the big numbers, give everyone their cues and heckle some of the sillier dialogue moments.
Mothers and children joined the Sing Along program at the Museum on Wednesdays to sing along with Sana in Arabic about the seasons, animals, the days of the week and month, numbers, food and more.
Children will love to learn, spin, and sing along with Winnie-the-Pooh with the Sit 'N Play Learning Center ($29.99).
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." Taking good-natured swipes at teenage despair, these are bands that play with a joyous abandon and forthrightness.
Sing along with the Tom Hanks-directed film version of Mamma Mia!
I sing along with Bob Seeger because I was brought up on him and Dr Hook, not to mention Abba and Kris Kristofferson.