Best Sing Along Songs When Drunk

When you’re already drunk, timidity goes down the drain and you suddenly feel like a rock star or diva Our list of the best sing along songs when drunk will surely make your impromptu concert a great success

The songs that we have picked are not necessarily voice box-shattering. In fact, they can just as easily get everybody else to sing with you. Did I say rockstar earlier?

There no high notes you cannot reach or any song you cannot sing in tune when you’re drunk. This opportunity does not come as often so might as well leave a great lasting impression.

Best Sing Along Songs When Drunk

Song Title
It’s My LifeBon Jovi
Baby I Love Your WayBob Marley
Don’t Stop Believin’Journey
Livin’ On A PrayerBon Jovi
Bohemian RhapsodyQueen
I Will SuriveGloria Gaynor
Dancing QueenAbba
Take Me Home Contry RoadsJohn Denver
Something Just Like ThisThe Chainsmokers & Coldplay

It’s My Life – Bon Jovi

If you want to make a statement, this song is simply one of the best. It can get you really pumping especially when you hit the chorus the second time around. However, you just might end up being more wasted than if you get carried away.

Baby I Love Your Way – Bob Marley

The beat of this song is amazing. Not too fast and not too slow that you’ll end up getting the crowd asleep. Believe me, singing a Bob Marley song will make you look cool however wasted you look. If you want to dedicate a song to your partner that is not too cheesy, this one is a great choice.

Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey

When you’re drunk AF you don’t even have to sing this song to appreciate it. In fact, just listening to it going “on and on and on…” is amazing on itself. Get ready to have the crowd sing along with you if you decide to be Steve Perry for the night.

Livin on a Prayer – Bon Jovi

Bon Jovi songs are always fun to sing, but this one seems to have been created to go hand-in-hand when you’re already intoxicated. The melody is easy to sing and the message connects with everyone easily. It’s a song of hope, which helps to uplift the ambiance.

Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen

The best way to sing this is to have your friends join you. Trying to blend your voices together at the beginning of the song will be quite challenging. At this stage, as long as they blend, they sound awesome. Be warned that the length of the song is a little longer than usual, so remember to take a sip (of water, of course) during instrumentals.

I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor

Now if you want to get the crowd going, this classic disco song is the way to do it. There’s something about the beat that makes everyone dance, even if you just end up bobbing your head. Do you want to survive this night of wastedness? Bring out the disco diva in you with this song.

Dancing Queen – Abba

Here’s another disco song from the 70’s. It’s a little mellow than the previous one, but very appropriate if you can’t find your balance. It’s a more of a choice between being a tipsy queen or a dancing queen. Seriously, though, this is a great prelude to any upbeat songs. The lyrics are definitely for everyone.

Take Me Home Country Roads – John Denver

This is a great last song when everyone’s about to leave, even if nobody in the crowd lives in West Virginia. As a matter of fact, Take Me Home Country Roads have been recently referenced by a lot of memes. With such an easy and soothing melody, everyone will naturally sing along with you. Wasted or not.

Wonderwall – Oasis

Singing with one of the greatest bands on the 90s is always possible when you’re kinda wasted. Great songs are not only about belching or hitting very high notes. Wonderwall is a very easy song and a modern kind of nostalgic. It kicks you back in the 90s but you sound like

Something Just Like This – The Chainsmokers and Coldplay

This is slowly becoming a mainstay in karaoke bars. If you can’t find anything else to sing and you’re not yet too drunk, I suggest that you should go with this one. You don’t need to hit the right notes with this one, because this marvelous song is something that anyone can easily sing.

Wrapping It Up

If there’s one great thing about getting drunk, it’s the sudden boost in confidence. This and our list of the best sing along songs when drunk could be all you ever need to show your quality. You’d be surprised how well your score is when you sing on a karaoke machine with a built-in rating system.

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