2011 Karaoke Pop that is top songs

number 1 - Rolling In The Deep - Adele (lots of people assume Adele to be always a black colored singer because associated with sound of her voice but she actually is not. What you hear from her are powerful vocals with the feel of emotion behind every note. That is precisely what a good singer desires from a track. The task for almost any singer with 'Rolling In The Deep' is matching the feeling and feeling that Adele places in her original version. Of course you can get away with not being able to match Adele's vocal quality whilst still being please your audience if you should be a six year old girl performing this track along with your heart, as did Alexa Narvaez on YouTube with currently over 13 million views.)

#2 - Someone as you - Adele (Yes, Adele will come in because of the top two songs that are pop 2011. 'Someone as you' speaks of the person coming to terms with all the undeniable fact that her lover that is past has on. She wishes him the greatest and sings that she will find 'someone like you', claiming to have be prepared for the status of their break-up but obviously exposing otherwise. Perhaps this track became therefore popular because a lot of us have experienced our hearts broken in the in an identical way that this song relates.)

3 - Party Rock Anthem - LMFAO with Lauren Bennett & Goonrock (Well we thought LMFAO needs to be a band, with perhaps each page of the group's title representing one of their people. Man, am we ever out of the loop. LMFAO is an acronym for Laughing our Freaking Ass Off. LMFAO is truly a duo made up of Motown creator's Berry Gordy's son that is youngest Stefan aka Redfoo and their grandson Skyler aka SkyBlu. The song ended up being perhaps one of the most popular party tracks of the season. Then it should be enjoyable to sing. if it is fun to dance to)
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Plenty of songs which used to fall under the southern classic rock genres are now considered country dance music. As an example, Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama" and Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Down On The Corner" are very popular country dance tunes. ZZ Top's "Los Angeles Grange" is definitely a country line dance song that is popular. You'll realize that there a lot of mixed songs that are genre this list, but it’s this that the individuals want. Let's Get Started.

* "Sweet Residence Alabama" / Lynyrd Skynyrd * "Free Bird" / Lynyrd Skynyrd

* "Folsom Prison Blues" / Johnny Cash * "Ring Of Fire" / Johnny Cash

* "The Seat " / George Strait * "The Fireman" / George Strait

* "Chattahoochie" /Alan Jackson * "Tall, Tall Woods" / Alan Jackson

* "Shake it For Me" / Luke Bryan * "Chicken Fried" / Zac Brown

* "Wagon Wheel" / Darius Rucker * "Save a Horse" / Big and deep

* "Walkin After" Midnight/ Patsy Cline * "Crazy" / Patsy Cline

* "Love Bug" / George Jones * "Dreams" / Fleetwood Mac

* "Family Tradition" / Hank Williams Jr. * "Your Cheatin' Heart" / Hank Sr.

* "Sleepwalk" /Santo and Johnny * "Hey Bartender" / Little Big Town

* "Before He Cheats" / Carrie Underwood * "Bottoms Up" / Brantley Gilbert

* "Seminole Wind" / John Anderson * "10,000 Angels" / Martina Mcbride

* "Love's The Only Real House" / Martina Mcbride * "Cupid Shuffle" / Cupid

* "Copperhead Road"/ Steve Earle * "Lovesick Blues" / Patsy Cline

* "You're All I Think About" / Patti Loveless * "La Grange"/ ZZ Top

* "The Watermelon Crawl" / Tracy Byrd * "Mountain Music" / Alabama

* "Neon Moon" / Brooks and Dunn * "Sweet Child O" Mine" / Guns 'n' Roses

* "Boot Scootin' Boogie" / Brooks and Dunn * "El Paso" / Marty Robbins

* "Six times on The Road" / Sawyer Brown *Jump over" / House Of soreness

* "Achey Breaky Heart" / Billy Ray Cyrus * "Summer Of '69" / Bryan Adams

* "Cotton Eyed Joe" / Rednex * Wonderful Tonight/ Eric Clapton

* "Tennessee Waltz" / Patsy Cline * "Swingin'" / John Anderson

* "8 second ride" / Chris Ledoux * "Cadillac Ranch" / Chris Ledoux

* "Can't you see" / Marshall Tucker * "Redneck Woman" / Gretchen Wilson

* "Here for the Party" / Gretchen Wilson * "Bad Moon Rising" / CCR

* "Down In The Corner" / CCR * "Midnight Special" /CCR

* "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" / Poison * "Li'l White Church" / Little Big Town

* "If We Die Young" / The Band Perry * "Better Dig 2" / The Band Perry

* "Cruise" / Florida Georgia Line * "Man I feel just like a Woman"/ Shania Twain

* "Luckenbach Texas"/ Waylon and Willie * "The Gambler" / Kenny Rogers

* "Good Hearted Woman" / Waylon and Willie * "Jambalaya" / Hank Sr.

* "Beer for my Horses" / Toby Keith * "I Love This Bar" / Toby Keith

* "Friends In Low Places" / Garth Brooks * "Joy to The World"/ 3 Dog Night