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This song was the first song I ever tried to remember all the words to and sing along to. It really impacted me because it made me realize that I love to sing. This song changed my life.
When I was younger I always loved this musical. Normally what my parents picked for me to watch was boring but this musical was so eye catching. This song has very powerful vocals and is so beautiful. The way they all perform is amazing. It inspired me to want to perform and now I'm actually in this musical at Eastlight.
This song is important to me because this was the first solo I ever sang. Every year we go to a "competition" called Solo & Ensemble, the first year you can go is 6th grade. I was so proud of my solo and it really brought me out of my shell. This solo gave me confidence in my singing voice which has effected me a lot, even to now.
This song was very popular on the radio when I was younger and I fell in love with it. I really enjoyed all of the high pitched sounds and how it sounded. My favorite part was the part where she sings really fast, I remember how cool I felt when I could sing it with her.
I sang this song as a solo in 7th grade. I really enjoyed singing this song, it was always very fun. This song was also my only perfect score from Solo & Ensemble. I remember because all of the eighth graders hated me after this because none of them got a perfect score.
This was in my rock phase(that I never quite left). I really like the lyrics of this because they are all very simple and relatable. I really liked this band but they have gone downhill since this song. The lead singer in this song left the band and they don't sound as good, so this song is probably their best.
My Grandma Dianne had a huge record collection that we inherited from her, so Miranda and I were listening to them in our basement and we really liked this song. So this song always reminds me of my grandma when I hear it and it bring back fond memories of dancing in the basement with Miranda.
This song was also from a record from my grandma. Miranda and I actually made up alternate lyrics to this song and we always accidentally sing them because we forget that they aren't the real lyrics.