Immortalized in pop culture history as on the CBS television series The Big Bang Theory, where it's sung repeatedly by the show's stars Sheldon and Penny, this humorous theme-and-variations arrangement will
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Even tough guys have dreams! This hilarious song from Walt Disney Pictures' "Tangled" will give your men's choir a chance to show off and get some laughs! Solo and choreographic options abound.
This delightful song from "Frozen" is an ode to buzzing bees, dandelion fuzz, sandy beaches and blue skies. Olaf, everyone's favorite song-and-dance snowman, imagines a life that's not frozen in this
Harry Nilsson's 1971 novelty song tells the story of what happens when you put the lime in the coconut: it helps you feel better when you have a bellyache! Set at an "island rock" tempo, it's a fun,
This English folk tune tells a story from the Victorian era of a girl who sewed and was delighted to receive a "paper of pins" from her suitor along with a host of other gifts, though all she wished for was
Originally recorded by Patsy Montana in 1935, this was the first country song by a female artist to sell more than one million records. Subsequently covered by Suzy Bogguss, the Dixie Chicks and LeAnn
If you are looking for a spooky selection for Halloween or any other occasion, look no further! This trio of tunes drawn from the classics will provide all necessary goosebumps and even a chuckle or two!
This is very funny! It's a mad, mad, mad, mad madrigal indeed when the "fa-la-la's" get mixed up with the "shoo-bee-doo-bee-doo's" and the "rama-lama-ding-dong's"! Novelty madrigals are rare, and this is
"When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that's amore!" Who could resist this Italian pop novelty? It will have your audience singing and swaying along! A fantastic change of pace for choirs at
This childhood favorite makes an exciting, super-fast vocal jazz showcase for younger choirs. Inspired by Ella Fitzgerald, the vocal lines are easy, making it a great vehicle for developing jazz inflection
Your singers will have fun with this novelty song from the 1940's and develop their vocal jazz chops at the same time! Opening in a happy-go-lucky 6/8, it sounds like an Italian street song full of nonsense
Chk-a, chk-a, woo-oo! What's that coming down the track? It's the Orange Blossom Special! It will be easy to add choreography to this delightful train novelty, guaranteed to be a hit with your young
Totally cheeky and irreverent, this tune from Monty Python's "Spamalot" is a terrific concert feature, complete with whistling and a kick-line ending! "When you're chewin' on life's gristle, don't grumble."
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