Songs that start with letter T

This week at karaoke were singing songs that start with the letter “T”.  Surprisingly there are not that many that I know and would like to sing.  But here is my list:

  1. Take me or Leave Me – Rent
  2. Take A Bow – Madonna or Rhianna (which ever, really)
  3. Take My Breath Away – Berlin
  4. The Best – Tina Turner  (I always thought the title was Simply the best but the official title is The Best
  5. The Fear – Lilly Allen
  6. The Trolley Song – Judy Garland – but I’ve actually sang this son at karaoke before
  7. The Shoop Shoop Song (It’s In His Kiss) – Cher version or Betty Everett
  8. The Sign – Ace of Bace
  9. The Way You Make Me Feel – Michael Jackson – do I really want to sing this song?
  10. There’s No Business Like Show Business – Ethel Merman – now were on to something
  11. Things That Make you go Hmmm… – C & C Music Factory – this song would be really fun
  12. Think – Aretha Franklin – I do love this song
  13. Those were the Days  – Theme to All In the Family
  14. Til The World Ends – Britney Spears
  15. Too Much – Spice Girls
  16. Total Eclipse of the Heart – Bonnie Tyler – but someone else will do that
  17. Toxic – Britney Spears
  18. Tragic Kingdom – No Doubt
  19. True Blue – Madonna
  20. True Colors – Cyndi Lauper
  21. Thoroughly Modern Millie
Hmm?  What to sing?  I kind of feel like the songs that start with ‘The” is kind of a cop out.   I guess my first choice would be ‘Think’ and then ‘The Best” but hmmm.  I don’t know I’ve been reaching lately with my song choices.  Maybe I choose something a little easier so I can actually sound good.  But I like those diva-type songs.  I should go for something like ‘There’s No Business Like Show Business” or even Ace of Base’s ‘The Sign’ would be fun.  I guess we’ll see.

About Alex Lean

I am just another dreamer trying to wake up
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