Have you ever felt compelled to express yourself completely and wanted to go out with friends and spend the night singing funny songs in a karaoke bar?
It’s as if you shouted your heart out and didn’t care if you were in tune or not. It’s a good feeling to clean the house while listening to music, especially lively music. Even if you are not heartbroken, you still sing your heart out when you are unhappy.
However, most of the time, everyone performed funny karaoke songs with their friends to bond, as well as at family gatherings to impress everyone by singing funny karaoke songs. Here are some funny karaoke songs to sing at parties or while bonding with your pals.
1. I’m too sexy (Right Said Fred)
This song has an upbeat vibe and simple lyrics that help it to stick with radio listeners and this song topped the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks. When you got to listen to this song, you will surely blush and giggle as you sing it in the karaoke bar. It’s a lot of fun and many people have covered it including Alvin and the Chipmunks.
2. White & Nerdy (Weird Al Yankovic)
A karaoke night isn’t complete unless you include a Weird Al song. This song is one of the best parody hits of the 2000s and is sure to please a crowd when you will sing it. This song is always good for times when you just need a good laugh and it is an awesome song to listen to. It is a great choice to pick a karaoke night and sing along with your friends.
3. I’m on a boat (The Lonely Island ft. T-Pain)
For over two decades, The Lonely Island had been releasing such comedic songs. I’m on a Boat is a popular comedy-rap song and video about the enjoyment of boating. At least most of the people have heard I’m on a boat, which is a hilarious choice for karaoke. This will make the crowd smile and have fun singing with you.
4. Never Gonna Give You Up (Rick Astley)
Astley wrote this song after being inspired by a woman he had been seeing for three years. The internet had remade and popularized this song, and when the Rick-rolled memes appeared, it became even more iconic. It’s a great funny karaoke song that will undoubtedly make the audience laugh and enjoy the song with you.
5. Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen)
A karaoke night isn’t complete unless it includes a Freddie Mercury song. Freddie Mercury’s personality and life were embodied in this song. For years, people have been singing this in movies, television shows, and in their daily lives.
The lyrics to these songs are so entertaining and hilarious that everyone will have a good time listening to them. The crowd will enjoy listening to this when you will pick this song on a karaoke night.
6. Stacy’s Mom (Fountains of Wayne)
“Stacy’s Mom” is a New Wave/power pop hybrid influenced by The Cars and Ric Ocasek. This song’s tune is slightly inappropriate, but it is so ridiculous that you can’t help but laugh when you hear it. Fans of Karaoke will enjoy this simple song and its lyrics even today.
7. Teenage Dirtbag (Wheatus)
This song is all about being a dull adolescent. This song was inspired by their childhood experiences and was written by their guitarist and vocalist. It is a classic karaoke choice for millennials nostalgic for their high school days. It is even funnier when the grown men are the ones who are singing it.
8. Shallow (Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper)
This is a drama song from the movie A Star Is Born. The song’s lyrics represent a time when men and women are openly having conversations with one another. What makes it amusing is when you’re drunk and start belting out the high notes. It will be entertaining to accompany a drunk friend who is struggling to hit the high notes.
9. All-Star (Smash Mouth)
Following multiple appearances in films, most notably the aforementioned Mystery Men, the song became widespread in popular culture. This song became well-known as a result of the film Shrek. It is also well-known in other cultures. All-Star is a hilarious and enjoyable karaoke hit that is ideal for any karaoke night.
10. I Want It That Way (Backstreet Boys)
This song is about a strained relationship caused by emotional or physical distance. For a karaoke night, any Boyband hit is a good choice. Backstreet Boys are one of the world’s most well-known boybands. Singing this in a karaoke bar with your friends or singing it with someone and letting all of your emotions out is a lot of fun.
11. Hit Me Baby One More Time (Britney Spears)
This song is still popular today. It all narrows down to obsession and Britney Spears’ classic pop song. When you sing, you will get a lot of laughs and a lot of applause from the audience. This song will have the audience yelling along and dancing it with you.
12. Wannabe (The Spice Girls)
The lyrics of this song emphasize the importance of female friendship over heterosexual relationships, becoming an iconic symbol of female empowerment and the most emblematic song of the group’s Girl Power philosophy. This song outlines all of the characteristics she looks for in a lover.
This song will quickly capture the attention of everyone and ask them if they want to be your lover. Everyone will enjoy it they will sing along with you and will dance to the beat.
13. Dance Monkey (Tones and I)
This song is about the freedom of busking, but it was hindered by drunks and idiots who threatened to ruin the experience. This song is currently a radio hit and a radio sensation. It’s a great choice for karaoke night, and if everyone knows the lyrics, you’ll have no trouble entertaining everyone.
14. Girls Just Want To Have Fun (Cindi Lauper)
It’s about the fun and empowerment that can come from female solidarity, girl talk, ladies’ night out whatever you want to call it. this is a song for the ladies. It’s perfect for a girls’ night out. People of all ages can’t get enough of this classic pop hit. Plus points if you sing it in a karaoke bar while drinking a few drinks.
15. Constipated (Weird Al Yankovic)
It’s the silliest take on Avril Lavigne’s classic hit, complicated, and another Weird Al favorite. Al explained that he had three incomplete parodies of this song and couldn’t decide which one to finish, so he used all three partial parodies instead, one per verse. This song is a great choice in karaoke that may cause the audience to burst out laughing.
16. Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond)
Neil Diamond composed the song in old memories of his second wife. Marcia Murphey, whom he married in 1969. “Sweet Marcia” didn’t work because he needed a three-syllable name to fit the melody. Caroline was a name he had jotted down, and it fits the song perfectly.
Expert Tip: When it was first released, this was a serious song, but over time it became a popular choice to sing and a great song for karaoke night.
17. SkAter Boi (Avril Lavigne)
The song is a pop song that lyrically tells a story from the singer’s point of view about her rocker boyfriend and a girl he knew in high school who rejected him because he was a skateboarder and she was a snob.
This song screams Avril Lavigne’s hit song from the 2000s. It’s a nostalgic song that everyone around you can’t stop singing along with. This is a fun song that may make you want to dance.
18. Dancing Queen (Abba)
The emotional content of the song is derived from the liberating feeling of dancing. The song, which was released in 1976, remains one of the most well-known and critically acclaimed songs ever written. It’s a song that will make both listeners and karaoke singers happy.
During their time, Abba bought some great songs, one of which is “Dancing Queen” which is a great choice to sing along with your group of friends on a karaoke night out.
19. Whip It (Devo)
This song is a karaoke classic. Although “Whip It” was released as the second single, the band did not expect it to be a hit due to its unusual tempo and strange lyrics. The lyrics are simple to understand, and you and the crowd can’t help but smile and laugh while singing along.
20. Party in the USA (Miley Cyrus)
Dr. Luke wrote and produced the song, with Jessie J and Claude Kelly contributing to the songwriting. This song is ideal for teenagers and Millennial. On a karaoke night, everyone will enjoy Miley Cyrus’ hit. It will be more amusing to belt out this song and even try to hit the high notes.
21. Say my Name (Destiny’s Child)
“Say My Name” features a female protagonist who calls her lover and accuses him of cheating. She requests that he “say her name.” The young man pauses, and the narrator believes it is because he does not want the girl with whom he is cheating to know who she is.
This song was written for heartbreaks and cheating, but anyone who sings it drunk at a karaoke night is guaranteed to get laughs from the audience because almost everyone can relate to it.
22. Call me maybe (Carly Rae Jepsen)
While on tour, Jepsen and Tavish Crowe wrote “Call Me Maybe” as a folk song. It is one of the most famous pop songs of its era, you will either put on a show or fool yourself but you will surely crack a smile from everyone and they will sing along with you.
23. Ice, Ice Baby (Vanilla Ice)
Robert Van Winkle, better known as Vanilla Ice, wrote “Ice Ice Baby” in 1983 when he was 16 years old based on his experiences in South Florida. When you sing this song at a karaoke night, everyone’s attention will be drawn to you. It’s a classic rap and pop song that’s too funny not to laugh at.
24. Wrecking Ball (Miley Cyrus)
“Wrecking Ball” debuted at number 50 on the Billboard Hot 100 and went on to become Cyrus’ first number-one song on the chart following the release of its controversial music video.
This karaoke song is a hit and is ideal for pairing with its music video. When you attempt to imitate Miley Cyrus’ signature dance moves, you will undoubtedly have the karaoke crowd giggling and laughing at random.
25. Wagon Wheel (Darius Rucker)
The song describes a hitchhiking journey from New England in the northeast to Roanoke Virginia, with the intended destination of Raleigh. North Carolina, where the narrator hopes to see his lover. This song is upbeat and could get the karaoke crowd moving and rocking. This song makes the audience want to sing along with you.
26. YMCA (Village People)
Bob Dylan and Ketch Secor of Old Crow Medicine Show collaborated on the song “Wagon Wheel.” The song “Y.M.C.A” is by the American disco group Village People. It was released as the only single from their third studio album, Cruisin’, in 1978 (1978).
Expert Tip: It’s a great choice if you want a song that almost everyone knows. Because it includes built-in dance moves and a fun karaoke hit song, everyone will be able to enjoy this song with you.
27. We are Family (Sister Sledge)
Sister Sledge is an American vocal group that recorded the song “We Are Family.” In April 1979, the song was released as a single from the album of the same name and quickly gained club and radio play, eventually becoming the group’s signature song.
On karaoke night, you won’t want to miss out on this song. It’s a karaoke hit that you’ll enjoy singing with a group. This is a song that you can sing along to while laughing with your friends.
28. Drop It Likes It’s Mot (Snoop Dogg)
“Drop It Like It’s Hot” is a song written by American rapper Snoop Dogg and performed by American musician Pharrell Williams. It was released as the lead single from Snoop Dogg’s seventh studio album on September 27, 2004. The song topped the US Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks beginning December 10, 2004.
Becoming Snoop Dogg’s first number one single. This is a classic, and you’ll know exactly what song you’re listening to when the beat drops. It’s an excellent choice for karaoke night because it’s simple and you’ll simply keep repeating its phrase over and over.
29. U Can’t Touch This (Me Hammer)
MC Hammer co-wrote, produced, and performed this song from his 1990 album “Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ‘Em”. It is widely regarded as his signature song. This song won several awards and reached the top of the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart as well as charts in several countries.
Me Hammer is an excellent choice for both young and old karaoke fans. With a catchy beat and refrain, you won’t need to remember much more than “can’t touch this.”
30. Purple People Eater (Sheb Wooley)
The Purple People Eater is a novelty song written and performed by Sheb Wooley that peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard pop charts from June 9 to July 14, 1958. It also peaked at No. 12 on the UK Singles Chart and topped the Australian chart.
This song tells the story of a strange creature (described as a “one-eyed, one-horned, flying, purple people eater”) who comes to Earth to join a rock ‘n’ roll band. The song’s premise was inspired by a joke told by the child of a Wooley friend. Wooley finished it in an hour.
This song is ideal for a good laugh or a Halloween party. With all of its “p” sounds, it’s a bit of a tongue twister, but it’s a lot more fun to sing along with on a karaoke night out.
The songs that are mentioned above were hits from the 80s up to the 2000s. It is an old song but it still got the hype up until now. which they deserve.
Everyone loves to sing, and these songs were mostly picked and loved by everyone. The songs were entertaining that even you. that was still not born when it came out, it still has a connection to you that would make you dance to its beat.
The composers, producers, and artists who sang the above-mentioned songs were very talented and they deserved the success of their songs. During gatherings, karaoke is a good choice to keep everyone still and enjoy the celebration. It is more fun when you partnered it with drinks and enjoy singing, pouring all your emotions until you get drunk.
Karaoke is a sweet escape from whatever you are going through, it freshened up your mind and you get to enjoy the moment once you get to hold the microphone.