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  • ACROSS THE ALLEY FROM THE ALAMO This song is so much fun that it almost even makes sense. Think fondly of the Mills Brothers when you sing this one.
  • AGING SUPERHEROES MEDLEY Did you ever wish your quartet consisted of Superman, Batman, Spider-Man and, well . . . Mighty Mouse? Your wish can be granted with this clever batch of parodies.
  • ALONG CAME JONES Ray Stevens sang this spoofy melodramatic song. Even a sedate group will be funny when performing this piece.
  • AMERICA (WEST SIDE STORY) lively, great choreography possibilities
  • ANIMAL CRACKERS  Do you share this secret vice?  Are you just wild about this classic treat?  Surely many of your audience members will be able to relate.
  • ANYTHING YOU CAN DO an eight-part song from "Annie Get Your Gun" that is a sure hit for a combined number with a chorus or quartet of the opposite sex. Can you guess who wins in the end? Also available in eight-part male and female versions.
  • ART IS CALLING FOR ME hilarious Victor Herbert song for women only, requires a soprano who can sing high in operatic fashion.
  • ASSHOLUJAH CHORUS suitable for roasting a friend - a very good friend

  • BABY ON BOARD Short and, um, sweet, this tune was sung by Homer Simpson's quartet, the B Sharps.
  • B-I-R-D-I-E cute parody of M-O-T-H-E-R
  • BALLAD OF THE SMOG comedy song about smoggy Los Angeles
  • BARE NECESSITIES From the animated musical "The Jungle Book," this delightful tune will charm audiences and judges alike. Storm Front sang it until they decided to be unremittingly hilarious.
  • BEACH BOYS MEDLEY celebrating the surfer dude or dudette in all of us; songs include "I Get Around," "Fun, Fun, Fun," "In My Room" and "California Girls"
  • BEAUTIFUL OHIO a unique, lively big-band version of this sweet old classic
  • BEER MEDLEY great fun to be had with this foamy piece
  • BEETHOVEN'S FIFTH SYMPHONY mix of classical music and fun lyrics, a real kick; lyrics have a soap-opera theme, which could be changed
  • BIG TEN FIGHT SONG MEDLEY  This piece is suitable for . . . um, that rare occasion when it is just the perfect thing. . . .
  • BIGGEST PARAKEETS IN TOWN, THE slightly risque, makes for much merriment
  • BIRDS MEDLEY parody of the "Three Girls Medley"
  • BLACKBIRD PARODY  There are all sorts of goofy key changes and lyrics in this light-hearted spoof.  Can be sung in contest.  Hi-Fidelity was runner-up for the Contemporary A Cappella Society of America’s 2005 CARA award in the category of Best Humor Song for their rendition of this unique tune.
  • BLEW BY YOU  This parody is quite clever.  What blew by you?  The singers' toupee!
  • BLUE MOON no, not Rodgers & Hart's straight version from 1934; this is the swinging 1961 doo-wop hit
  • BLUE SUEDE SHOES Step on the gas with this vintage Carl Perkins/Elvis Presley tune.
  • BLUES BROTHERS MEDLEY  Jake and Elwood kicked some butt in the movie, and now your group can boot some booty too.  Songs include "Gimme Some Lovin'," "Shake a Tail Feather," "Everybody Needs Somebody," "Think" and "Sweet Home Chicago."
  • BOOGIE WOOGIE BUGLE BOY jumpin' WW II tune made famous by the Andrews Sisters
  • BUBBLE WRAP MEDLEY HotShots sang this conglomeration at the Nashville international, to the delight and disbelief of all. What could be more fun than popping wrap? Well, popping bubble wrap to music!

  • CAN YOU TAME WILD WIMMEN? uses the real melody, not as done by 139th St.
  • CENSORSHIP AGGRAVATION omitted words make clean songs risque, really fun
  • CHAMPION'S KNACK Written to the tune of "Ballin' the Jack," this parody pokes fun at the cliched stage-presence moves we barbershoppers are wont to make. Your audiences, especially barbershop ones, will love it.
  • CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG/IN MY BRAND NEW AUTOMOBILE a tongue-twister that really rips along, great fun to sing.
  • CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM CONE A cute, short, dumb ditty, this song is suitable for major silliness. Not many other songs talk about a dog biting you on the behind.
  • CHRISTMAS FUN MEDLEY Picture a combination of "Jingle Bells," "Winter Wonderland," "Frosty the Snow Man,""Here Comes Santa Claus" and "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas." Pretty nice picture, eh?
  • CHRISTMAS IN THREE MINUTES One of the most cheerful messes you will ever encounter, this potpourri crams a ton of tunes into 180 seconds. Think you can count them all in real time? We doubt it...
  • CHRISTMAS MEDLEY 15-page production number done by the Louisville Thoroughbreds
  • CHURCH BELLS corny and funny, a sure laugh-getter
  • COME GO WITH ME this fun doo-wop tune earned the Dell-Vikings a  gold single in the golden year of 1957
  • COPACABANA (AT THE COPA) you have never heard the Barry Manilow hit quite like this before. With solo, four harmony parts and two rhythm lines, the song requires a chorus or octet to make it swing.

  • DANCING FRANKIE MEDLEY The Frankenstein monster can surely raise cane--well, when he is Able--but you should see him dance. If you have seen the film "Young Frankenstein," you will be able to figure out what the main song in this monster medley is. Along with the "Fabricating Frankie Medley" this piece is exclusive right now.
  • DENTIST MEDLEY How do sadists earn a living? Easy: They go into a certain field where causing pain is part of the game.
  • DONNA MEDLEY Get some serious teenage angst going with this combination of "Donna the Prima Donna" and "(Oh) Donna."  Exclusive to Deja Vu for the time being.
  • DO YOU REMEMBER THESE? the Statler Brothers tune reviving all sorts of '50s nostalgia
  • DOGS, THE way raunchy but cute

  • EIGHTEEN WHEELS ON A BIG RIG Who would believe counting to 18 in Roman numerals could be so funny? This novelty song has to be heard to be believed.
  • ELVIS MEDLEY Would you believe a contestable medley could be made of "Hound Dog," "Don't Be Cruel," "Jailhouse Rock," "Burning Love" and "Viva Las Vegas"? You will have a blast singing this piece, one that is fit for a--well, the--King.
  • ENTER SANDMAN A tough one to explain, this Metallica hit was goofed on by a lounge-lizardy singer who calls himself Richard Cheese. The arranger further degraded the piece, resulting in a delightful, and contestable, abomination.

  • FA-LA-LA These lyrics from "Deck the Hall" are transplanted onto various other pieces, resulting in much good cheer.
  • FABRICATING FRANKIE MEDLEY No, we are not talking about Mr. Sinatra here. Rather, this is about a certain monster that was created by a mad scientist with a German-sounding name. A really fine chorus plans to perform this medley, um. . . before too long, but you can try it after they have disassembled it. Pair it with the "Dancing Frankie Medley."
  • FIGHT THE TEAM unique big-band version of Ohio State's famous fight song
  • FISHY MEDLEY Midwest Vocal Express sang this medley at the Indianapolis international. Ask anyone who was there: Their performance was all-time funny, delightful, memorable and totally marvelous.
  • FLOWERS ON THE WALL this Statler Brothers song puts an ironic twist to loneliness
  • FLY'S EYES novelty number about looking at the world from a unique perspective
  • FOREST LAWN comedy number about L.A. cemetery
  • FOUR FOOT TWO If you have a short director or singer you would like to, um, honor, then this hilarious parody is for you.
  • FRENCH MEDLEY two WW I novelty numbers, done by 139th St. Quartet
  • FROG KISSIN' delightful song about not judging a book by its cover

  • GEE, I WISH I WAS BACK IN THE ARMY The great Irving Berlin composed this offbeat piece. Why in the world would a carefree civilian want to go back to the regimentation of the military? Irving tells you all about it in highly humorous fashion.
  • GET ME TO THE CHURCH ON TIME this tune from "My Fair Lady" is always a hit with audiences; no longer exclusive to Power Play, it is now available to your group
  • GIRL IN 14G, THE Kristin Chenoweth popularized this cool, fun, creative piece. For women only, it requires an opera diva, a jazz singer, a barbershopper and the innocent girl caught in the middle. Not for the faint of heart.
  • GOLF MEDLEY These parodies will ring true to anyone with even a passing familiarity with this obsession, er, sport.  Goes great with "I've Been Workin' on My Golf Game."  A bonus is that all of the songs are in public domain, thus making copyright dealings a breeze.
  • GOOD ENOUGH FOR NOW Weird Al Yankovic penned and sang this highly, um, weird number. It probably sets a world's record for backhanded compliments to one's sweetie. The piece is indeed contestable.
  • GOODBYE MEDLEY  An enormously funny and interesting conglomeration, this piece is contestable too.  This winner has been recorded by "the BUZZ."  The medley bashes the opposite sex, well, just a little bit.
  • GOODNIGHT, SWEETHEART, GOODNIGHT have yourself some fun with a little doo-wop barbershop
  • GRANDMA'S FEATHER BED  This lively, happy, nostalgic John Denver song is great fun for either sex to sing.  Now available in contest and show versions.
  • GRAVITY BLUES hilarious number that bemoans the effects of aging on a woman's body.
  • GREASE MEDLEY Revisit Danny and Sandy in a monster medley that is great for either contest or shows. The
    Hot Air Buffoons own exclusive rights to the piece for the time being.
  • GREATEST, THE This clever song of a boy's baseball fantasies is exclusive to Buckeye Blend right now.

  • HAVE A NICE DAY very funny for contest or shows, as sung by Shenanigans
  • HELL FROZE OVER This unique tune, written by Lynn Hauldren, the inimitable bari of Chordiac Arrest, chronicles some highly unlikely barbershop happenings. No longer exclusive to Rumors.
  • HELLO MUDDAH, HELLO FADDAH Allan Sherman's novelty hit from the 1960s can be your group's next hit. Check out this boy's plaintive lament sent from summer camp.
  • HEY!  Well, this football fight song doesn't have any, um, lyrics, but the nonsensical energy sure does run high when you sing this one.
  • HICKEY  now available for men too, this hilarious song of what happened in the back seat of the teen's car is pretty odd and offbeat.
  • HIT THE ROAD, JACK  Arranged for women's chours or quartet plus male soloist, this piece is just about as much fun as you would guess -- which is to say, a lot.
  • HONEY BUN/HONEY PIE the old meets the new in this fun, lively medley.
  • HOOEY If you are addicted to late-night TV, you are all too familiar with the commercials and infomercials. And you probably believe every word you hear about the products advertised, don't you?
  • HOW ARE YOU GOIN' TO WET YOUR WHISTLE? half of the Prohibition novelty set
  • HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR EGGS IN THE MORNING A purely delightful tune, "Eggs" tells of folks who don't care, um, egg-zactly how their breakfast is cooked as long as a kiss and a hug are involved.

  • I KNOW AN OLD LADY WHO SWALLOWED A FLY the cute childhood song with all sorts of funny patter, appeals to the kid in all of us
  • I LIKE BEER Tom T. Hall's ode to the ethereal amber beverage. This whimsical tune is available as either lead or bass solo.
  • I USED TO CALL HER BABY humorous tune, as sung by The New Tradition quartet. The men's version of this arrangement is published by the BHS.
  • I WANNA BE LIKE YOU From the classic animated film "The Jungle Book," this song is great fun to, um, monkey around with.
  • I WANT A HIPPOPOTAMUS FOR CHRISTMAS  A novelty hit for child singer Gayla Peevey in 1953, this seasonal tune is just strange enough to be fun for you and your audiences.
  • I WAS MARRIED UP IN THE AIR/WHEN YOU'RE MARRIED also by The New Tradition, takes a dim view of marriage
  • IF I DIDN'T HAVE YOU  From the animated film "Monsters Inc.," this happy tune was sung as a duet by Billy Crystal and John Goodman.  As a bonus, the arrangement is contestable. Available most places now and in the UK after 1/1/05.
  • IF I HAD A BULLDOZER This song is a little strange, in the same sense that Shaquille O'Neal is a little tall and famous. A fantasy of grandiosity, this tune is exclusive to Buckeye Blend right now.
  • IF I KNOCK THE "L" OUT OF KELLY an old-time novelty number about a feisty Irishman
  • I'LL NEVER SAY "NEVER AGAIN" AGAIN  A lively swing number, this tune is a hit for ReMix for the women and Metropolis for the men.  We can't be sure about love, can we?
  • I'M A MIDDLE-AGED MAN Your audiences will howl at this novelty tune, composed by Joe Hunter and Tom and sung by Reveille. This may not be the best time of life for every man. Does he need to take Viagra? Depends...
  • I'M A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN This ribald tune, written by Seattle's own Lisa Koch, is available in both PG- and R-rated versions. You pretty much have to see/hear this one to believe it.
  • I'M BEGINNING TO LIKE IT  This one is tough to explain.  Think of a typical '30s swing tune with modern lyrics like "hard-rock diet," "in your face" and "MTV and AMC."  Way cool!  And it is contestable too.
  • I'M GONNA SIT RIGHT DOWN AND WRITE MYSELF A LETTER everyone likes this offbeat love song
  • I'M RETURNING EVERYTHING... George Burns sings this funny song about the end of a marriage, with surprise twist at the end
  • IRENE goofy takeoff on "Goodnight, Irene"
  • IT'S ONLY A WEE-WEE cute, risque, fights sexual stereotypes
  • I'VE BEEN WORKIN' ON MY GOLF GAME Bet you can guess what song this parodies. Also bet you can guess how much success the poor duffer experiences after all his or her hard work. Goes great in a contest set with the "Golf Medley".
  • I'VE GOT A PAIN IN MY SAWDUST cute, the doll had "appendisawdust"

  • JA-DA your basic pleasant nonsense song, a pop standard
  • JOSEPHINE, PLEASE NO LEAN ON THE BELL novelty number with an Italian flavor

  • KAZOO KONCERTO  Big fun is ahead when your group whips out its kazoos.  The energy builds and builds to a great finish.
  • KEEP COOL WITH COOLIDGE hey, you never know when you'll be asked
    to sing at a festival honoring President Cal
  • KILLING ME SOFTLY WITH HIS SONG This powerful Grammy Award winner, sung by Roberta Flack, is now available in two versions. One is straight, and the other, as sung by MAXX Factor, is pretty twisted.
  • KING OF THE ROAD light-hearted hobo song by Roger Miller
  • KNIGHT SCHOOL MEDLEY Two brave lads are almost ready to slay dragons, rescue fair damsels, drink copious quantities of mead, and the like. Will they make the grade?
  • KNOCK KNOCK SONG Spike Jones and His City Slickers did a bang-up job on this number way back when. There is plenty of room for fun, including making just about every sound effect you can think of.

  • LE REGIMENT Want to perform Script Ohio, just like the Ohio State Marching Band? If so, this is the song for you.
  • LITTLE DARLIN' a solid gold hit from 1957 for the Diamonds, this doo-wop tune will give your lead a chance to shine and your tenor some hammy moments.
  • LUNATIC'S LULLABY, THE totally nonsensical lyrics make for lots of laughs

  • MACOMB CHRISTMAS MEDLEY Not many arrangements are listed in both Inspirational and Comedy, but this medley is one big happy mix. Your holiday audiences are sure to enjoy this potpourri, exclusive right now to Macomb County.
  • MAGGIE BLUES a swinging version of "When You and I Were Yound, Maggie"
  • MAMMAS, DON'T LET YOUR BABIES GROW UP TO BE COWBOYS Not your run-of-the-mill barbershop tune, "Mammas" would go great in a Western show, or use it as a novelty number to change the pace.
  • MAN ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE, THE a golden-oldie novelty number
  • MAN WITH THE BAG, THE Everybody's waiting for him. And who is he? Why, Santa Claus, of course. Your
    group will enjoy singing this slick tune.
  • MILITARY MEDLEY humorous, "Sound Off" & "Oh! How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning"
  • MISCHIEF MEDLEY solid barbershop fun, "Freckles" and "Peck's Bad Boy"
  • MISSISSIPPI SQUIRREL REVIVAL  Must be heard to be believed.  The strange and marvelous workings of the Holy Spirit--or, well, something--are detailed in this hilarious piece.
  • MOONSHINE LULLABY An unusual type of lullaby, this tune from "Annie Get Your Gun" has a lazy, fun feeling to it.
  • MOVING PICTURE HERO OF MY HEART, THE cute novelty number, for women only
  • MY FAVORITE THINGS PARODY For mature groups only. With an opening line like "Maalox and nose drops and needles for knittin'," you know big fun is on the way.
  • MY FRATERNITY PIN a novelty song about a fickle coed. The men's version of this arrangement is published by the BHS.
  • MY UNCULTIVATED IRISH GENUS ROSA  Can you guess which classic barbershop tune this is a parody of?  All sorts of mischief is created by substituting fancy words for the normal ones. 

  • NAUGHTY LADY OF SHADY LANE  This allegedly sinful sweetie turns out to be a brand new baby girl.  Guaranteed to have be an audience pleaser.  Exclusive to Susan Wells, the Southern Belle, till 7/06.
  • NEUTRON DANCE this 1985 hit by the Pointer Sisters is guaranteed to energize your audiences

  • OPERATOR moves right along, Manhattan Transfer made the song famous

  • PAPA-OOM-MOW-MOW  The words don't make a bit of sense, but that doesn't stop the fun in this novelty number.  In fact, the words are the biggest part of the merriment.
  • PASS THAT PEACEPIPE/I'M AN INDIAN, TOO cute Western medley
  • PISTOL PACKIN' MAMA for Western shows, about a rugged cowgirl
  • PLACE IN THE CHOIR, A Celtic Thunder sings this happy, lively, energetic, creative, wonderful, fantastic song. You owe it to yourself to check it out for your quartet or chorus. You just do!
  • PLAIN  Be sure to include this parody in your next Amish package.  You will be doing an Amish package, right?
  • PLAYING RIGHT FIELD Peter, Paul and Mary sang this funny, bittersweet song about being the last kid chosen
  • POPEYE MEDLEY Olive Oyl, Swee' Pea, Wimpy, Bluto and the Sailor Man himself are all featured in this parody melange. Suitable for contest, this medley would also make a great centerpiece for a fun show theme.
  • PRETTY BABY fun meter parody, contestable, as done by Shenanigans
  • PRISON MEDLEY parodies on well-known songs tell of each quartet member's upcoming stint in Alcatraz, Sing Sing, Marion and Leavenworth. No longer exclusive to Rumors.

  • REDNECK KIND OF GUY  The wall-to-well redneck jokes will have your audience swallowing their chawin' tobaccy.  No longer exclusive to Overture.
  • ROCK AND ROLL MEDLEY four rock'n'roll classics make this medley a winner; includes "Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay", "Hound Dog,", "Tears on my Pillow", and "Blue Moon".

  • SAMMY PUT THE PAPER ON THE WALL If big messes are your thing, this is the ditty for you.
  • SANTA BABY  Originally arranged for a female soloist with men's quartet or chorus, the piece is now available for five women's voice parts. This seductive song is cool, hot and fun.
  • SANTA CLAUS PARADE, THE seasonal or as part of contest set, a fun march
  • SATURDAY NIGHT IN TOLEDO, OHIO John Denver sang this clever novelty song
  • SAVED Brothers and Sisters, are leading a life of sin and corruption? If so, this energetic, tongue-in-cheek song will set you on the righteous path!
  • SEA MEDLEY Well, this medley is, um . . . hard to explain. For sure, it is funny.
  • SEEDS AND STEMS AGAIN a sad lament for after-afterglows
  • SENIOR MOMENTS The first line of the chorus is "Senior moments, brain farts." What more do you need to know about this humorous afterglow song? It is also, uh… shoot, I forget.
  • SHE HAD TO GO AND LOSE IT AT THE ASTOR well, now, what did she lose?
  • SHE IS MORE TO BE PITIED THAN CENSURED definitely an oldie, to be sung tongue in cheek
  • SHOP-VAC A wildly creative commentary on lonely life in the suburbs, this song can be sung in contest. Everyone needs to experience this tune at least one in his or her life.
  • SILHOUETTES (ON THE SHADE) rock'n'roll classic that will take your audiences back
  • SING IT A CAPPELLA doo-wop gospel, really fits us barbershoppers
  • SMELL THE FLOWERS country hit telling us to enjoy life right now
  • SPREADIN' RHYTHM AROUND definitely cooks, has a scat section for each voice part.
  • SWEET SHE AIN'T Ever wonder what would happen if you group reversed its standing position? A barbershop classic might well come out backward, to highly funny effect. This tune is a sure audience-grabber.
  • SWEET VIOLETS fun nonsense song that takes you in circles
  • SWINGING ON A STAR Great fun for singers and audiences alike, this lively tune is available in both contest and show versions. It is easily one of Tom's most popular charts. Power Play sang it with much success.

  • TABOO offbeat, potentially contestable list of forbidden things
  • TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME This is the classic fun version, the one where the notes and words somehow become one notch off. All's well that ends well, though.
  • TEN MILLION REASONS How could there be so many reasons for getting back together with an ex? Think Powerball! That's what highly creative barbershopper Mike Lietke thought of.
  • THANK GOD I'M A COUNTRY BOY You know how some songs are just plain fun? Well, this is one of them. John Denver's popular classic can be a hit for your group too.
  • THERE IS ONLY ONE OF YOU  An ode to uniqueness, this tune makes for plenty of weird fun.
  • THEY CALL IT DANCING Even back in 1921 the older folks thought the young ones' dances were just too racy.  In the middle ot this Irving Berlin song are snippets of "Blame It on the Bossa Nove," "La Bamba," "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" and "Hernando's Hideaway."  You too can put your dancing shoes on now that the Granite Statesmen have debuted this piece at international.
  • THIS TRAIN/WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN A stirring medley about moving on to the Promised Land, this piece is performed by the Great Northern Union. Requires two quartets, though it also can be sung in eight rather than 12 parts.
  • TOUGH BROADS MEDLEY three rather interesting songs about unique women
  • TRANSPORT OF DELIGHT, A King's Singers tune about a London omnibus
  • TRIPLETS This quite humorous song, also written by Tom, is exclusive to Riptide for now
  • TUXEDO JUNCTION cool/hot show tune
  • TWISTED Joni Mitchell sang this offbeat, jazzy piece about a real nut
  • TWO KINDS OF SEAGULLS  A folky tune that is really cute, this song speaks of He-gulls, She-gulls, Mom-bats, ad-bats . . . well, you get the idea.  Silly fun for all audiences.

  • UNCHAINED MELODY Similar to Acoustix's take on the old rock 'n' roll version, this chart is plenty weird. Your tenor gets the chance to shine here.
  • UNCLE WATT'S ORIGINAL FANTASCINATIN' ROADSIDE STAND fun and wordy, as sung by Joker's Wild, could be made contestable

  • VEGEMITE spoof of the Aussies' favorite, um, edible substance.
  • VICTORS, THE Though it starts out straight, this spoof of the Michigan fight song from the Ohio State point of view ends up quite crooked.
  • VMBARRASSMENT  Has your envy of the fabulous Vocal Majority ever caused you to want to poke a little fun at them?  Now is your chance.  This parody will spice up any barbershop performance

  • WALTZ ME AROUND AGAIN WILLIE this old-fashioned uptune is light and lively
  • WALTZING MATILDA Australia's unofficial national anthem
  • WANG WANG BLUES parody telling of a Wang computer that is down
  • WEDDING OF MR. AND MRS. SWING a  Cab Calloway tune that really swings, this witty song has something for everyone. No longer exclusive to Sweden's Dalton Bros.
  • WEDDING OF THE PAINTED DOLL very cute, in German or English
  • WE DON'T GIVE A DAMN FOR THE WHOLE STATE OF MICHIGAN Hey, don't take it personally. Any other
    Buckeye fan would say the same thing.
  • WE'RE NUMBER ONE a cute song for a group with a criminal image
  • WE'RE ON OUR WAY Written by barbershopper Fred Tremper, this song brags about how good the group is in highly overblown fashion. Insert the name of your own quartet or chorus
  • WESTERN MEDLEY six songs to energize a Western-themed show
  • WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY MARCH MEDLEY includes "Hail West Virginia" and "Fight, Fight, Fight, Fight Mountaineers."
  • WHATEVER HAPPENED TO RANDOLPH SCOTT Statler Brothers' lament about modern times
  • WHEN I JUST WEAR MY SMILE  Ready to thumb your nose at fashion snobbery?  With its ever-so-mildly risque lyrics, this Mama Cass tune is bound to be hit, whether on the contest stage or a show.
  • WHEN I LOST YOU, AGING SUPERHEROES PARODY Are your superpowers, and maybe even some of your normal ones, fading away? Then you will be able to relate to this cute parody. Not surprisingly, it goes well with the Aging Superheroes Medley.
  • WHEN I SING jazzy, fun, a natural for barbershoppers
  • WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR this Beatles' song is alway a kick. The men's version of this arrangement is published by the BHS.
  • WHEN SAMMY PUT THE PAPER ON THE WALL  It is hard to say what the main characteristic of this fun song is, dumbness or simplicity. Anyhow, Sammy made quite a sticky mess of things.
  • WHEN THEY'RE OLD ENOUGH TO KNOW BETTER "... it's better to leave them alone," says this novelty tune
  • WHERE DID ROBINSON CRUSOE GO WITH FRIDAY ON SATURDAY NIGHT cute novelty tune
  • WHERE DO THEY GO WHEN THEY ROW-ROW-ROW? the second half of the Prohibition novelty set
  • WHERE IS YOUR HEART AT This energetic song is a pure delight. If you figure out what the words mean, do let me know.
  • WHO'S GONNA LOVE YOU WHEN I'M GONE? fun, driving song of suspicion
  • WHO'S IN THE STRAWBERRY PATCH WITH SALLY the cute pop hit popularized by Tony Orlando & Dawn
  • WIEGENLIED Brahms lullaby, in German44
  • WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL a #1 pop hit from 1966
  • WOULD JESUS WEAR A ROLEX  TV evangelists are pointedly spotlighted in this delightful tune. No longer exclusive to Buckeye Blend.

  • Y.M.C.A. Your audiences will love to do the movements associated with this song. Sure to raise the energy level of your performance
  • YOU AIN'T GETTIN' DIDDLY SQUAT quite humorous Christmas tune about a kid who has been bad.
  • YOU CAN'T GET A MAN WITH A GUN  The great Irving Berlin makes some of his best wordplays in this delightful song.  From the musical "Annie Get Your Gun," this contestable tune is for women only.
  • YOU MUST COME IN AT THE BOTTOM  The Good Lord called on this man to become a bass singer. Though the fellow lacked faith, God's will -- and sense of humor -- prevailed.
  • YOUR HOROSCOPE FOR TODAY No matter what your sign, dude, wicked things are in store for you for the foreseeable future. This tune is quite funny, not to mention way intense.
  • YOUR TATTOO Love does not always last forever, but some things do. This humorous song is just fine for contest.
  • YOU'VE GOT TO SEE MAMMA EVERY NIGHT cute song laying down the law about fidelity, for women only
  • 99 BOTTLES OF BEER No, you do not have to sing every single number. There is lots of fun and creativity here, though, with lyrics by barbershopper Tom Larsen.

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