133. Know the Lyrics to Songs

And sing with your friends.

There is no greater feeling of community than suddenly breaking into song with a bunch of people and perfectly belting out the lyrics.  It can happen at anytime, the right song comes onto the radio and BAM, instant karaoke bar!

Basically what the group of you are saying is, “I know this song, you know this song, we all know this song and we’re awesome because of it.  Now let’s share it with the world!”

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9 Responses to “133. Know the Lyrics to Songs”

    • Amazing. Youtube has mis-labeled the video, however. That guy is one of the coolest guys I know, except for the ridiculous Senators Jersey.

      • Agreed. You’ll notice every commentor disagreeing with the poster’s labelling of the video.

  1. Anonymous Says:

    this guy takes it to a whole new level

    • That’s so awesome! See how much joy he brings to that crowd? You can actually see the cute blonde girl in white fall in love with this guy at the 1:37 mark.

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  3. Suspriring to think of something like that

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