sing along


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sing along

vb (intr, adverb)
(Theatre) to join in singing with a performer
n
(Theatre) such a singsong
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Verb1.sing along - sing with a choir or an orchestra; "Every year the local orchestra and choir perform the `Messiah' and the audience is invited to sing along"
sing - produce tones with the voice; "She was singing while she was cooking"; "My brother sings very well"
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Organisers say it is a must-see for ALLWESTLIFE fans and added:"Fans can sing along from the comfort of their seat, fuelled with refreshments from the town hall bar."
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As is the orchestra's Frozen medley - they are perfect as always, you will sing along to this, don't pretend you don't know the words.
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The TV star, who appears in the return of period drama Grantchester this weekend, said Diana and the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, would "sing along" to their tunes.