45 thoughts on “150+ Best Karaoke Songs of All Time

  1. I love songs from Paramore. These are my top karaoke songs lol. 1)The Only Exception 2) Feeling Sorry 3) Looking Up 4) Where The Lines Overlap. 5) All I wanted That’s all 🙂

    1. Me I’m all for Evanescnence. Can’t get enough of them those are my karaoke. Bring me to Life, My Immortal. And lots of others And from Paramore crush

  2. 2 4 5 and 8 are actually very popular here and huge crowd pleasers down here in my small beach town. Its like small unspoken hidden obsessions when they come on vacation. LOL

  3. In Your Funny karaoke songs, you list “If you Pina Coladas” by Jimmy Buffet. That song is actually called Escape (The Pina Colada Song) and its by Rupert Holmes.

  4. I bring the house down with Me and Bobby Mcgee….sung Janis style! 🙂
    Also, Goodbye Earl is a crowd favorite…..where I live anyway

  5. I like alot of the choices, but don’t think I don’t see that small nudge to get people rick rolled, you monster!!! Lol I do love me some Rick Astley though.

  6. See, My Heart Will Go on is probably on my list of biggest “Crowd Pleasers” . I just do ballads well.

    A song I’m surprised isn’t mentioned is “Alone” by Heart

  7. As a former karaoke DJ myself, I can say that Baby Got Back, Ice Ice Baby and Margaritaville are considered retrohits. They’re always popular at bachelorette and sorority parties

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  9. I cannot believe you left out Unchained Melody. The song not only belongs in the most romantic songs but one of the most difficult to sing. It is one of my favorites to sing but not like the Righteous Brothers. It’s also amazing to me when people don’t change the key of the song. I sing a song well but try to sing it in the key it was written. If I would just knock it down or up a notch it would be a great hit for them.

  10. I’m a matchbox 20 fan from the word GO, and push is my least fave vocally AND ethically. Throw me up If You’re Gone any day of the week, bro!

  11. I would add I love Rock & Roll by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts ! My fav to sing and Sweet Dreams by The Eurythmics

  12. Some of those songs are not ideal for karaoke, as they are difficult to sing. Dancing Queen for example goes really high. A great and easy Abba song is Mamma Mia.

  13. I love doing Karaoke. I guess I am an odd ball because my I won a contest to go to semi finals doing the song 2 outta 3 ain’t bad by (Meatloaf ). My other favorites I feel I do well are. First Time for everything, Little Texas, Blood red and goin down, Tanya Tucker, I cross my heart, George Straight, and War Pigs, Ozzy Osbourne.

  14. These comments just support my thought:. It’s all good as long as you enjoy it and have fun doing it no matter what song! It does change some with the locality and the era, but the point is have fun!

  15. The “Judd’s” are always good and relatively easy to harmonize (Rockin with the rhythm, Turn it loose, Have Mercy ….) love them all!


  17. My list:
    It’s a heartache, Bonnie Tyler
    I love rock ‘n’roll, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
    Proud Mary, Tina Turner and Ike
    Wonderwall, Oasis
    Don’t look back in anger, Oasis
    Big Spender, Shirley Bassey
    Valerie, Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson
    Brown Eyed girl, Van Morrison
    Bat out of hell, Meatloaf
    Alice, Roy chubby brown (backing singers)
    Angels, Robbie Wiliams
    Save your kisses for me, Brotherhood of man
    Under the moon of love, Showaddywaddy
    Let it be, Beatles
    One way or another, Blondie
    Relight my fire, Take That + Lulu (backing singers)
    Dakota, Stereophonics
    Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen (duet)
    Rivers of Babylon, Boney M
    Born to be wild, Steppenwolf
    Great balls of fire, Jerry Lee Lewis
    Daydream believer, Monkees
    Stand by me, Ben E King
    Ticket to ride, Beatles
    Love me do, Beatles
    I want to break free, Queen
    Everybody, Backstreet Boys
    I want it that way, Backstreet Boys (backing singers)
    Summer Lovin’, Olivia Newton John, John Travolta (duet)
    You’re the one that I want, Olivia Newton John, John Travolta (duet)
    Paradise by the dashboard light, Meatloaf (duet)
    Hey Jude, Beatles
    Lean on me, Bill Withers
    Don’t go breaking my heart, Elton John and Kiki Dee (duet)
    Bitch, Meredith Brooks (backing singers)
    These boots are made for walking, Nancy Sinatra
    Up where we belong, Joe Cocker and Jennifer Wares (duet)
    California Dreamin’, Mamas and the paps
    Suspicious Minds, Elvis
    Man! I feel like a woman, Shania Twain
    Take me home, country roads, John Denver – don’t know if we have the fun version, extended end
    Sweet dreams, Eurythmics
    True, Spandau Ballet
    Mama Mia, Abba
    Deadringer for love, Meatloaf (duet)
    2 out of 3 aint’ bad, Meatloaf

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