Sing

Album: Pentatonix (2015)
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  • Let me hear you sing

    It doesn't matter if your days are long (sing)
    It doesn't matter if your night's gone wrong (sing)
    Just grab your hands and stomp your feet and sing it (whoa, sing)
    It doesn't matter if he let you go (sing)
    It doesn't matter if she hurt you so (sing)
    Get up and dance, just feel that beat and sing it (whoa, sing)

    I don't know what you've been told
    But music make you lose control

    Sing, sing, sing, sing
    Sing it out as hard as you can
    Make 'em hear from L.A. to Japan
    Don't let 'em bring you down
    This is how we do it now
    Go and roll them windows down and
    Sing, sing, sing, sing
    Sing it with your hands in the sky
    Light it up like it's the 4th of July
    Don't let 'em bring you down
    You know what I'm talking 'bout
    A little bit louder now

    It doesn't matter if you're way off track (sing)
    Feel like you're headed for a heart attack (sing)
    Just raise your voice and bring the noise and sing it (whoa, sing)
    Sing for your mama, sing for your daughter (sing)
    Sing for you sisters, misters, best friends, brother (sing)

    'Cause I don't know what you've been told
    But music make you lose control (sing)

    Sing, sing, sing, sing
    Sing it out as hard as you can
    Make 'em hear from L.A. to Japan
    Don't let 'em bring you down
    This is how we do it now
    Go and roll them windows down and
    Sing, sing, sing, sing
    Sing it with your hands in the sky
    Light it up like it's the 4th of July
    Don't let 'em bring you down
    You know what I'm talking 'bout
    A little bit louder now

    Sing it for your mama, ay
    Sing it for your papa, ay
    Sing it for the whole world
    For your boy or girl, for your #1 fan
    K.O. on the beat, okay
    I'm the human beatbox
    Go ahead 'cause the beat won't stop
    No way, way, way, way

    Sing, sing, sing, sing
    Sing it out as hard as you can
    Make 'em hear from L.A. to japan
    Don't let 'em bring you down
    This is how we do it now
    Go and roll them windows down and
    Sing, sing, sing, sing
    Sing it with your hands in the sky
    Light it up like it's the 4th of July
    Don't let 'em bring you down
    You know what I'm talking 'bout
    A little bit louder now
    You know what I'm talking 'bout
    Sing a little bit louder now

    Let me hear you say Writer/s: Avi Benjamin Kaplan, Kevin Oluwole Olusola, Kirstie Maldonado, Martin Johnson, Mitchell Coby Grassi, Sam S. Hollander, Scott Richard Hoying
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Kimm Walsh from Sammamish, Wa Usa"Sing" really lifts me up!
  • Edward Charles Mcdevitt (eddie) from Green, OhioThis is one of the most energetic songs I have ever heard! I keep playing the video over and over and singing along. It is so much fun!!! Thanks, PTX for an amazing video!!!
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