Sentences with Sing, Sing in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Sing

Sentences with Sing, Sing in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Sing

1. Let’s sing some songs.

2. You sing like an angel.

3. I’d love to sing for you.

4. Birds sing early in the morning.

5. Frank asked Mary to sing louder.

6. I’d love to hear you sing sometime.

7. I can’t sing as well as Samuel did.

8. I’d love to hear you sing sometime.

9. I can’t sing as well as Jessica did.

10. I can’t sing as well as Jessica did.

11. Nightingales will not sing in a cage.

12. We generally sing songs all together.

13. Jessica can sing better than anybody else in her class.

14. The beggar may sing before the thief (before a footpad).

15. She not only dance extraordinary but also sing perfectly.

16. I don’t know the introduction, but I can sing the refrain.

17. There’s no need to hang back we can sing as well as anyone.

18. 24.She not only dance extraordinary but also sing perfectly.

19. The famous artist will be going on a tour worldwide to sing his songs.

20. Life is so short. I would rather sing one song than interpret the thousand.

21. Birds sing after a storm; why shouldn’t people feel as free to delight in whatever sunlight remains to them?

22. I love Adele, I want her to be my best friend. She could come to the U.S., live with me and sing to me every morning.

23. My mom loved to sing – and I’ll go on record and say she was the worst singer ever. I’d get up and move away from her!

24. You don’t love someone for their looks, or their clothes or their fancy car, but because they sing a song only you can hear.

25. When we find the natural rhythm and strike a perfect cord, we can sing our “own” song that will tune the signature of our life.

26. I’d rather sing one wild song and burst my heart with it, than live a thousand years watching my digestion and being afraid of the wet.

27. I sing seriously to my mom on the phone. To put her to sleep, I have to sing ‘Maria’ from West Side Story. When I hear her snoring, I hang up.

28. I was into opera as a kid – I’d play ‘Carmen’ and sing and dance. My mom signed me up for a theater group before preschool, and I never looked back.

29. So I wanted to sing inspirational music, and that’s exactly how I approached it – only the words have been changed to declare my relationship with God.

30. I tried for a while to be an agricultural worker and was hopelessly bored. I would stand around in heaps of manure and sing about the beauty of the work I wasn’t doing.

31. I think the world is ready for some rock ‘n’ roll. Some real time guys that play their own instruments, write their own songs, and sing the music and have a good time doing it.

32. I always had a standard of, back when I was doing the country music I always told people I would never record a song that I wouldn’t sit down and sing in front of my mom and dad.

33. Spring. Blooms break forth from the startled earth. The sky laughs. The trees, abashed, dress themselves in verdant green. And the heavens are lush with starts. Redeem the time, the stars sing down.

34. It was my 16th birthday – my mom and dad gave me my Goya classical guitar that day. I sat down, wrote this song, and I just knew that that was the only thing I could ever really do – write songs and sing them to people.

35. I didn’t understand that I could sing until I was like 11 or 12. My mom heard me singing around the house and she said, What are you doing? You really can sing! So then I started going to school and singing to the girls.

36. I would go visit my mom on Sundays, and my brother was working on stuff. I’d go in there and sing a little melody, then we started working with words and the next thing you know it was just born organically without really trying.

37. But this Veterans Day, I believe we should do more than sing the praises of the bravery and patriotism that our veterans have embodied in the past. We should take this opportunity to re-evaluate how we are treating our veterans in the present.