#1
So i have my college interview in a weeks time. I've applied for a performing arts course and one of the requirements is to sing a song. I'm stuck for what song to sing. Seriously.

My vocal range isn't too high, but it's alright. I also don't mind playing guitar as well as singing as my guitar playing is a way higher standard than my vocals.

Anybody have any suggestions on something i could sing? I just need to get through this audition, but can't think of a decent song.

So any help is appreciated.
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#2
Something by the Beatles seems rather appropriate. Pre-drug years that is. Like "Can't Buy Me Love"
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#3
If you want to sing a song that's pretty simple vocally but allows you to show off your guitar skills, how about a john mayer or newton faulker song.
#4
if you want to showcase guitar playing then neon by john mayer
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#6
Definitely something by Stevie Ray Vaughan. Maybe even hendrix...his vocals aren't too hard to match
#9
Thanks for the ideas, i actually considered alot of them even before asking.

I'm rather gonna do a song from the musical, Joseph. Song of the king maybe. But i'll consider The Beatles and Iris. I know them already and can do the vocals quite accurately so it could be good.
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#11
If you do Beatles, Penny Lane is pretty challenging.

It's easy, but at the same time it's really strange and takes a lot of getting used to.
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#12
Little Wing by Hendrix
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#13
Tell them that you enjoy rocking out with your **** out. Then pull your **** out and rock.

But if you suck at singing then do a Bob Dylan song... he sucked at singing and look what he did.
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