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  • AC-CENT-TCHU-ATE THE POSITIVE Brothers and sisters, are you ready to eliminate the negative? Then just latch on to this lively tune and help spread the word!
  • 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.
  • AFTER DARK Power Play sings this lively update of the classic barbershop favorite.
  • 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---although not until Loose Change has had a chance to perform it exclusively for a while.
  • ALABAMA JUBILEE lively uptune with a Dixie feel
  • ALABAMA MEDLEY This collaberation with Ed Waesche pairs "Open Your Arms, My Alabamy" and "Alabama Jubilee." The medley happily gathers energy as it goes along. Great for groups who naturally sing downbeat songs better than swing tunes.
  • ALL ALONE! (VON TILZER) cute come-hither uptune, fine for women and men too
  • 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.
  • AUSSIE ROAD MEDLEY hit the road down under with three songs from the real land of Oz: "Waltzing Matilda" and "Along the Road to Gundagai," along with the hauntingly beautiful "Never Never"

  • BABY SONG MEDLEY sweet, light combination of "Sing Me a Baby Song" and "Baby"
  • BANJO MEDLEY lots of lively fun, as sung by SRO
  • BARE NECESSITIES From the animated musical "The Jungle Book," this delightful tune will charm audiences and judges alike.
  • BEER MEDLEY There is lots of fun to be had with this foamy piece.
  • BEST THINGS HAPPEN WHILE YOU'RE DANCING, THE What are these wonderful things that happen on the dance floor? Your can probably guess, and your audiences will love hearing about them.
  • 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.
  • BOURKE STREET ON SATURDAY NIGHT go out on the town with this contestable Aussie song
  • BRING BACK THOSE WONDERFUL DAYS old song about even older days
  • BROADWAY ON OPENING NIGHT this uptune moves right along, great for Broadway show theme.
  • 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!
  • BUTTON UP YOUR OVERCOAT as cute as they come, this tune is available in both regular and senior-citizens' versions.

  • CAN YOU TAME WILD WIMMEN? uses the real melody, not as done by 139th St.
  • CAN'T BUY ME LOVE This classic from the Fab Four is not only lively and wise, it is contestable too. But whether for contest or show, this song is a sure winner—"everybody tells me so"!
  • CAROLINA MAMMY Dixie uptune moves right along
  • 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
  • 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?
  • CIVIL WAR MEDLEY This energetic collection of very old songs captures the spirit of the early days of the war, when both sides figured they would be able to end matters in a few weeks and be home in time for plowing. Goes well in a contest package with "Tell My Father" or "The Vacant Chair."
  • CLOWN MEDLEY There are more fun songs in this medley than you can shake a squirting flower at: "Make 'Em Laugh," "Be a Clown," "That's Entertainment" and "Send in the Clowns." This barrel of laughs is exclusive to the MegaCity for the time being.
  • CONSIDER YOURSELF  From the musical "Oliver," this happy and lively tune can be sung in contest.  No longer exclusive to Power Play.
  • COTTON CLUB MEDLEY Picture yourself at THE night club in 1930s Harlem.  What might you hear?  What would you see?  Marvelous and exciting things, that is for sure.  This medley is no longer exclusive to the Big Apple Chorus.
  • CRINOLINE DAYS a good, old-fashioned song about good, old-fashioned times, this tune provides you and your audiences with some light fun.

  • 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.
  • DAPPER DAN/TWO-TIME DAN scoundrel-type uptune medley, quite energetic
  • DARKTOWN STRUTTERS' BALL everyone loves this happy dance tune
  • DENTIST MEDLEY How do sadists earn a living? Easy: They go into a certain field where causing pain is part of the game.
  • DIXIE KIDS' PARADE, THE as sung by the Scarborough Dukes, a rollicking number
  • DOWN BY THE O-HI-O regional uptune about a sweetie back home

  • 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.

  • 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."
  • 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.
  • FIVE MINUTES MORE Love needs just a little more sometimes. You are sure to enjoy this gentle tune. No longer exclusive to Fermata Nowhere, so get it while it's hot!
  • FLOATIN' DOWN TO COTTON TOWN lively upper with a Dixie theme
  • FOOTBALL MEDLEY "Mr. Touchdown USA" and "Football Hero"
  • 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

  • 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
  • GET ME TO THE GIRL MEDLEY An ultra-cool combination of "Get Me to the Church on Time" and "The Girl That I Marry," this medley is both hip and loving. Exclusive right now to Alchemy.
  • GIRL FROM KODAK TOWN, THE song about Rochester, NY
  • 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.
  • GONNA GET A GIRL uptune about turning over a new leaf
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

  • HARMONY JOE A happy tune that just rolls along, this song can be sung in backbeat or downbeat fashion. The men's version is published by the Society.
  • 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, MARY LOU lively Ricky Nelson song
  • HEY, LOOK ME OVER/IF MY FRIENDS COULD SEE ME NOW!   contestable medley of energetic '60s Broadway tunes, as sung by Power Playcontestable medley of energetic '60s Broadway tunes
  • HONEY BUN/HONEY PIE the old meets the new in this fun, lively medley.
  • HOW ARE YOU GOIN' TO WET YOUR WHISTLE? half of the Prohibition novelty set
  • HOW YA GONNA KEEP 'EM DOWN ON THE FARM? up and lively, popular after WW I
  • HUCKLEBERRY FINN old-fashioned song about a carefree lad

  • I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE/CUDDLE UP A LITTLE CLOSER A fresh, new take on both of these tunes, this medley is both energetic and loving.
  • I DON'T KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT YOU/I DON'T KNOW WHY contestable medley that is both slick and sweet.
  • I HAD SOMEONE ELSE BEFORE I HAD YOU/WHO'S SORRY NOW lively chance to work out love hostilities
  • I LOVE A PARADE/STRIKE UP THE BAND lively, contestable march medley
  • I LOVE MY BABY (MY BABY LOVES ME) Be young and in love again with this swingy, zippy tune. Try something new for contest.
  • I NEVER MISS THE SUNSHINE (I'M SO USED TO THE RAIN) thumbing one's nose at losing love
  • I TOLD THEM ALL ABOUT YOU   "Whippoorwill" song with correct melody has been updated and really rocks.
  • 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 WANNA GO BACK TO WEST VIRGINIA Your audiences will be almost in heaven when you sing this hearfelt song.
  • I WANNA MARRY MARY/HARRY Written for a Cape Town quartet, this tune was inspired by the composer's son Harry—age four! Men can sing this piece too, to Mary.
  • I WAS MARRIED UP IN THE AIR/WHEN YOU'RE MARRIED also by The New Tradition, takes a dim view of marriage
  • I'D LOVE TO FALL ASLEEP AND WAKE UP IN MY MAMMY'S ARMS uptune with a lot of drive
  • I'D RATHER BE THE GIRL IN YOUR ARMS (THAN THE GIRL IN YOURDREAMS) cute uptune for women, urging man to take action.
  • IF ANYTHING HAPPENED TO YOU Simple but by no means dull, this tune professes a great love. Not quite contestable but great for shows or Singing Valentines.
  • 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.
  • 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?
  • IF I STAY AWAY TOO LONG FROM CAROLINA The singer is worried that if he does that, he "may find somebody else with Caroline."
  • 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 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.
  • IT'S THE GIRL  Is it the moonlight that makes love happen?  This jumpin' tune tells you where it's at.  No longer exclusive to Metropolis.
  • 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".

  • JOINT IS JUMPIN'/TRUCKIN' lively dance medley, great for contest

  • 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?

  • LAST NIGHT ON THE BACK PORCH always a fun uptune
  • (UP A) LAZY RIVER could be sung in contest or show, Marquis sang it
  • LET IT RAIN, LET IT POUR This toe-tapping song of the sunny south is sure to put a smile on your audiences' faces.
  • LET'S ALL GO DOWN TO THE OLD BARBER SHOP Barbershopper Danny Mills wrote this nostalgic number.
  • LET'S DO IT AGAIN uptune about the good old days, as sung by the Grand Tradition
  • LET'S SING AGAIN MEDLEY How is this for a great combination: "Let's Sing Again," "I Feel a Song Comin' On" and "It's Time to Sing 'Sweet Adeline' Again"? Makes a great contest number for the ladies.
  • LUNATIC'S LULLABY, THE totally nonsensical lyrics make for lots of laughs

  • MARGIE everyone likes this popular standard
  • MARY POPPINS MEDLEY It is always a jolly 'oliday when you sing this delightful piece. It contains "Jolly Holiday," "Chim Chim Cher-ee," "Step in Time" and "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious," Pairs very well with the lovely ballad "Feed the Birds."
  • MEXICALI ROSE  This C&W classic harmonizes great for barbershop and has multi-cultural appeal.  Spanish translation of the chorus is included.  Though the song is just a chorus right now, it could easily be made into a full-length contest tune.
  • MICHIGAN RAG  This energetic uptune was arranged, and partially composed, for Michigan Jake.  It was sung in a cartoon by the one and only Michigan J. Frog, for whom the quartet is named.
  • MISCHIEF MEDLEY solid barbershop fun, "Freckles" and "Peck's Bad Boy"
  • MOON MEDLEY old-time medley contains "Bright Was the Night," "Moonlight Bay" and "By the Light of the Silvery Moon"
  • MOVING PICTURE HERO OF MY HEART, THE cute novelty number, for women only
  • MUSIC, MAGIC AND HARMONY Written by barbershopper Anne Danforth, this lovely song celebrates our music and the friends we sing it with.
  • MY FRATERNITY PIN a novelty song about a fickle coed. The men's version of this arrangement is published by the BHS.

  • NOBODY'S SWEETHEART as sung by Interstate Rivals and Alexandria Harmonizers. The men's version of this arrangement is published by the BHS.

  • OLIVER MEDLEY What do you call a medley of "Consider Yourself," "Food, Glorious Food" and "Who Will Buy"? Big fun, that's what! This high-energy piece is no longer exclusive.
  • ORANGE COLORED SKY this one is way fun; good opener or closer

  • PAGING MISTER SOUSANo longer exclusive to the Spirit of Phoenix, this rousing tune grabs our barbershop audiences right from the start.
  • PETER PAN MEDLEY This combination of "I Won't Grow Up" and "Never Never Land" has a unique mix of humor and heart that you will purely love.
  • PROFESSIONAL PIRATE A Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of Captain Morgan's, ye scurvy landlubbers! This song from the film "Muppet Treasure Island" will shiver your timbers for sure.
  • PLAIN  Be sure to include this parody in your next Amish package.  You will be doing an Amish package, right?
  • 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.
  • PRAY FOR SUNSHINE "... but always be prepared for rain," cautions this uptune
  • PRETTY BABY fun meter parody, contestable, as done by Shenanigans

  • RAZZAPPLE MEDLEY this high-energy mix of "Razzle Dazzle" and "Applause" is no longer exclusive to the Phoenicians.
  • RAZZLE DAZZLE From the hit musical and movie "Chicago," this fast-paced song is both lively and timely.
  • REDNECK KIND OF GUY  The wall-to-well redneck jokes will have your audience swallowing their chawin' tobaccy.  No longer exclusive to Overture.
  • ROSE MEDLEY three lively rose songs for women's contest
  • ROYAL GARDEN BLUES contestable, substantial and lively

  • SANTA CLAUS PARADE, THE seasonal or as part of contest set, a fun march
  • SEA MEDLEY Well, this medley is, um . . . hard to explain. For sure, it is funny.
  • SEE SAW waltzy tune of childhood pleasures
  • SEVENTY SIX TROMBONES  What could be more barbershop than strutting around that stage to this tune from "The Music Man"?
  • 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.
  • SIDE BY SIDE  Lots of surprise harmonies flavor this chart of the classic barbershop song.  No longer exclusive to Power Play now that they won gold with it.
  • SONG'S GOTTA COME FROM THE HEART Ya gotta have heart, and this lively Power Play tune lets your audience know that you do.
  • SPACEMAN MEDLEY Performed by Germany's Erster Koelner Barbershop Chor, this unique medley allows for lots of costuming, action and just plain fun. Goes well with the ballad parody "If the Rest of the Worlds Don't Want You."
  • STANDING/LEANING MEDLEY A charming mix of "Standing on the Corner" and "Leaning on a Lamp-Post," this medley is about watching all the girls go by or waiting for just that special one.
  • SUGARTIME What could be sweeter than singing this McGuire Sisters' piece of confection? Your quartet or chorus will find out you definitely have not bitten off more than you can chew.
  • SUNDAY NIGHT IN SYDNEY happy and romantic, a down-under version of "A Foggy Day in London Town"
  • 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.

  • 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.
  • THAT CHARLIE CHAPLIN WALK cute tune about the great comedian
  • THAT'S MY WEAKNESS NOW/THAT CERTAIN PARTY Swing Street and SRO sing this energetic love medley. Try this proven winner with your group.
  • 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.
  • THEY GO WILD, SIMPLY WILD OVER ME arrogantly fun uptune
  • THREE BIRDS MEDLEY a fun parody of the "Three Girls Medley"
  • TOMORROW Dixie uptune, solid for contest
  • TOO MARVELOUS  This clever love song is just too marvelous not to sing--when it becomes generally available after the Louisville international contest, that is.
  • TOUGH BROADS MEDLEY three rather interesting songs about unique women
  • TRIPLETS This quite humorous song, also written by Tom, is exclusive to Riptide for now
  • TWENTIES DANCE MEDLEY three lively songs, good choreography possibilities for chorus

  • UNCLE WATT'S ORIGINAL FANTASCINATIN' ROADSIDE STAND fun and wordy, as sung by Joker's Wild, could be made contestable

  • 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
  • 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.
  • WE'RE ON OUR WAY Barbershopper Fred Tremper wrote this piece about stardom.
  • WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO THE OLD SONGS Here is a new twist on an all-time favorite of us barbershoppers.
  • WHEN A BOY FROM ALABAMA (MEETS A GIRL FROM GUNDAGAI) a lonesome doughboy on R&R in Australia finds that those initials just might stand for Romance & Relationship
  • WHEN I GET YOU ALONE TONIGHT fun song about billing and cooing
  • 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 THE RED, RED ROBIN COMES BOB-BOB-BOBBIN' ALONG uptune that is a favorite with all audiences
  • 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? goes with "How Are You You Goin' To Wet Your Whistle" in 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

  • 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.
  • 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 laying down the law about fidelity, for women only

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