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Is there a song out there which requires - nay, forces - you to really belt out the next line when you're singing along to yourself as much as the line "Ma'am, I am tonight" from the song Walking in Memphis?

If there is, or at least a contender, bung it in this thread.

Note: It's not so much about the whole song being a great sing a long. It's about the form of the song creating that imperative to really let go at a particular point.


The point in question is around 2:45.
 

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That was ... not where I saw this thread going. :D
 

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Can't believe I didn't think of that one myself.

Here's one ... but I can't bring myself to post the video.

Wassamata you?

HEY!
 

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This one doesn't just get me belting out the chorus - I can't stop myself then going on to do all the guitar noises. Especially the particularly histrionic chorus at about 2:30

 

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SiF, walking home from the pub during a pandemic, yesterday:

 

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How about this classic?

 

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I absolutely cannot resist this one - at any given point I can leap in and give it some welly

But particularly "BASS"
There isn’t a lyric, vibe, sentiment, chorus or chord that’s wrong with this (protest) song.

And to prove the point, I’d like to add:
Rang dang diggedy dang di-dang Diggedy dang di-dang diggedy dang di-dang’

I chuffin’ love this song :)

but I take you here to a clearer version of it:

:)
 

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No stress, bro. I’d not seen that video in absolutely blinkin’ ages anyway so all is good.

‘Rokin’!’(y)
 
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