Sing along

Idiom

Sing Along

Definition

Sing Along is an idiom commonly used to describe the activity of two or more people singing the same song, either in unison or in harmony.

Examples

Let’s all sing along to the chorus of this song!

We sang along to the old hymns during the church service.

Origin

The phrase ‘sing along’ has been in use since the early 19th century.

FAQs

Can I sing along to a song I don’t know the lyrics to?

Yes, you can sing along to a song you do not know the lyrics to. You can hum the melody or make up the words.