Best Karaoke Songs

  • Don’t Stop Believin’ By Journey

This song is easy to learn and already known by a wide range of people, both young and old. The opening chords can bring a feel good atmosphere to the room. Anyone who chooses to sing Journey will be appreciated by the audience.

  • Bohemian Rhapsody By Queen

Bohemian Rhapsody is ideal for a large group to sing. It is probably the most recognisable track from Queen so most singers will not struggle with the lyrics. The audience will also be able to sing along.

  • Eye of the Tiger – Survivor

This tune will get the whole room pumped up. It allows singers to showcase their range, without having to try too hard. Furthermore, the rhythm is likely to get everyone else on their feet dancing and clapping.

  • Doctor Doctor By UFO

This is a good choice for people in the medical profession who decide to go for a night out. The song is ironic because it is about someone looking for a GP. Meanwhile, patients who want to discuss their symptoms can click here to download useful medical apps like Livi.

Examples Of Karaoke In Media

  • Inside No. 9

This anthology TV series features a different story each episode. In one these a group of characters spend their time in a private karaoke booth. The songs they sing reveal their inner feelings in a rather clever way.

  • The Cable Guy

In this dark comedy Jim Carrey starts a party at his friend’s house. He even sets up a professional karaoke system. In one memorable scene Carrey performs his own unique version of Somebody To Love by Jefferson Airplane

  • I Still Know What You Did Last Summer

Jennifer Love Hewitt sang karaoke in this horror sequel. Her song choice is I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor. However, halfway through the track she is shocked to see that the villain has sabotaged the lyrics screen.

  • (500) Days Of Summer

Joseph Gordon Levitt sings Here Comes Your Man by The Pixies in this comedy drama. This occurs during a drunken night out. It is an important scene as it progresses the romance between his character and the eponymous Summer.

  • Jack Frost 2: Revenge Of The Mutant Killer Snowman

The bizarre horror comedy follows a group of friends as they go on holiday to a tropical island for Christmas, unaware that they are being stalked by an evil snowman. After a series of incidents they each become fearful. The island resort employee in charge of fun says there is only one solution: a karaoke night. Consequently the lead characters each enjoy an evening of singing, distracting themselves from the dangers that lie ahead of them.