Margaritaville – Alan Jackson

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The word karaoke comes from the Japanese words ‘kara’ meaning ’empty’ and ‘oke’ meaning ‘orchestra’. It first became popular in English in 1979

 

 

Karaoke is a Japanese word that refers to a performance in which a person sings along with recorded music. It’s a popular form of entertainment at restaurants and clubs: amateur singers choose their favourite well-known song to sing and then perform it for the crowd.

 

Alan Jackson – Margaritaville

Nibblin’ on sponge cakeWatchin’ the sun bakeAll of those tourists covered in oilStrummin’ my six-stringOn my front porch swingSmell those shrimp, hey they’re beginnin’ to boil
Wasted away again in MargaritavilleSearching for my lost shaker of saltSome people claim that there’s a woman to blameBut I know it’s nobody’s fault
I don’t know the reasonI stayed here all seasonNothin’ to show but this brand new tattooBut it’s a real beautyA Mexican cutieHow it got here, I haven’t a clue
Wasted away again in MargaritavilleSearchin’ for my lost shaker of saltSome people claim that there’s a woman to blameNow I thinkMust be Buffet’s fault, whoo
I blew out my flip-flopStepped on a pop-topBroke my leg twice, I had to limp on back homeBut there’s booze in the blenderAnd soon it will renderThat frozen concoction that helps me hang onHang on
Wasted away again in MargaritavilleSearching for my lost shaker of saltSome people claim that there’s a woman to blameBut I know this is all Alan’s fault
Yes and some people claim that there’s a woman to blameBut I know it’s our own damn fault

5 Tips for Singing Karaoke

Here are some other things to keep in mind about how to have a successful karaoke night:

Warm up your voice before singing so you can really hit those high notes! Follow along with this quick video on vocal warm ups for singers.
Look confident. Start with a smile and with your feet planted shoulder width apart. Make no apologies for being on that stage!
Pick a song you really know so you’re not always having to look at the lyrics on the screen. Don’t forget you have an audience that wants you to sing to them!
Use good vocal technique. Breathe low, and keep your sound placed in your mask rather than shouting into the microphone.
Practice at home! YouTube has many excellent channels, such as KaraFun, that can help you practice.

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