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Karaoke Songs For Women: The 30 Songs For Female Singers With Low Voices

Looking for good Karaoke songs for low female voices? Below is a list of 30 popular songs that are sure to delight anyone singing in the key of F, G, or A. From oldies to modern hits, these songs have been carefully selected for their vocal range and ability to sound great even when sung by people who don’t have perfect pitch.

These songs should be easy enough for a new singer to master with a little practice. When choosing a karaoke song it’s important to pick wisely because some songs just aren’t worth singing. Songs that are too high or too low can make you lose your confidence halfway through and ruin an otherwise enjoyable experience.

To help you get started we’ve included the correct keys each song should be sung in as well as a short description of the song.


1. Proud Mary – Creedence Clearwater Revival

The song talks about a woman who is “proud of the man that she is” and her lifestyle. The song has a strong beat and is in the key of F. By listening to this song you can get an idea of the power and energy that F songs require.


2. Don’t Stop Believing’ – Journey

This is a classic song everyone knows and loves about never giving up on your dreams. The song has a lighter beat and is in the key of G. By listening to this song you can hear how easy it is for most people to sing in the key of G and what sort of range it covers.


3. I Will Always Love You – Whitney Houston

A great song that was made famous by Whitney Houston’s version, but there are many versions with different artists as well. This ballad is best sung in A major but goes lower into A minor. It is a great song to show off your vocal range and has a very emotional feel to it.


4. I Shot the Sheriff – Bob Marley

This reggae song is upbeat and easy to sing along to. The key is G major and the tempo is medium-fast. This song is perfect for those who want to start out with an easy karaoke song that still has some of that island flair.


5. I’m Yours – Jason Mraz

This popular love ballad was written by Jason Mraz and sung originally by him. The song is in the key of C major but can be lowered into B major which makes it perfect for those singers with low female voices.


6. Can’t Help Falling in Love – Elvis Presley

This is a popular romantic love song that was made famous by Elvis Presley. It is best sung in the key of F major but can easily be lowered to Eb major which makes it perfect for low female voices. This song mixes both slow and fast beats so will give you an idea of the range that low female voices have available to them.


7. I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor

A classic dance song with a cheerful beat. The key of this karaoke song is G major, has a fast tempo, and the verses are fairly easy while the chorus gets harder. The last line of each chorus goes up quite high, so be prepared to show off your powerful vocal range.


8. Chasing Cars – Snow Patrol

This ballad is about lost love and the pain that comes with it. The song has a slow beat, is in the key of Eb major, and is one of those songs that can be sung by almost anyone without too much difficulty.


9. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun – Cyndi Lauper

This upbeat 80s classic is perfect for singing along to and will have you dancing in no time. The key is G major, the tempo is medium-fast, and it’s a great song for beginners who want to start out with an easy karaoke song.


10. The Sign – Ace of Base

This dance song has some great lyrics to sing along to and will have you singing right along with it. The key is E major, the tempo is medium-fast, and there are more verses than choruses so your voice will get a good workout.


11. What Makes You Beautiful – One Direction

Although this song was written for teenagers younger than 18 years old it’s actually quite an easy karaoke song for singers who don’t have much experience. It’s in the key of B major and has a medium beat so it’s perfect for people looking for an upbeat romantic tune they can sing without too much difficulty.


12. Wind Beneath My Wings – Bette Midler

This classic love ballad is best sung in the key of G major with a slow tempo. The verses are easy while the chorus usually has one high note that provides a good opportunity for showing off your vocal range when singing along to this tune.


13. Try – Pink

This ballad originally made famous by Pink was written by Pink, Dallas Austin, Scott Storch, and Dr. Luke. The track is best sung in the key of D major with a fast tempo that will provide you with some great opportunities to show off your vocal range while singing along to this hit pop song.


14. Rolling In The Deep – Adele

This hit from 2011 has a slower beat but still manages to work its way into everyone’s heart with its soulful lyrics and touching melody that Adele brings to it. It’s best sung in Eb major which makes it perfect for low female voices who want to show off their ability to sing powerfully and emotionally.


15. Hello – Adele

This power ballad was written by Adele and has become one of the most popular karaoke songs since its release in 2015. Although it is a fast song it still shows off the soulful side of your voice so is perfect for those with low female voices who want to show what they can do.

The key is Ab major and there are no extremely high notes that will be difficult to reach, but it’s an emotional track that you’ll love singing again and again.


16. Barbie Girl – Aqua

This song by Aqua is another great choice for anyone looking for an interesting karaoke challenge that will let them show off their vocal skills. It’s best sung in the key of C major with a fast tempo and is sure to make everyone around you laugh while you’re singing it.

This romantic power ballad has a medium beat and is best sung in G major which makes it perfect for beginners. There are no difficult notes in the song and it gives you a great opportunity to show off your vocal range while singing along to this beautiful ballad.


17. The Show Must Go On – Queen

This rock classic is perfect for those who want to show off their powerful vocals. The key is E major, the tempo is medium fast, and it’s a great karaoke song for singers of all levels. The chorus has some high notes so make sure you’re warmed up before singing along to this one.


18. Crazy – Patsy Cline

One of Patsy Cline’s most famous songs. Crazy is a ballad with a medium beat that is perfect for low female voices. It is in the key of G major and has a few high notes throughout it which provides a good opportunity to show off your vocal range.


19. Total Eclipse Of The Heart – Bonnie Tyler

This karaoke classic is one that everyone knows and loves. It will be much easier to sing if you can hit higher notes but even if you can’t, the lyrics are great and it’s much more about emotion than pitch when singing along to this tune. It’s in the key of B major with a medium beat so is perfect for beginners who want to start out with an easy karaoke song.


20. The Climb – Miley Cyrus

This song by Miley Cyrus is a great choice for anyone who wants to show off their powerful vocals. It has a medium beat, is in the key of A major, and is perfect for those who are looking for an interesting karaoke track that will show off their skills. The chorus is a great opportunity to show off your vocal range and belt out those high notes.


21. At Last – Etta James

This classic ballad is perfect for low female voices and has a slow tempo. It’s best sung in the key of G major and provides a great opportunity to show off your vocal range while singing along to this beautiful track.


22. I Will Always Love You – Dolly Parton

This version of the famous love ballad was originally performed by Dolly Parton and like Whitney Houston’s version, it has become a karaoke standard. It’s best sung in the key of D major with a medium beat, making it perfect for those who want to show off their powerful vocal range.


23. You Are So Beautiful – Joe Cocker

This ballad is best sung in the key of A minor with a slow tempo. It has a very emotional feel to it and is perfect for those who want to show off their ability to sing in a lower register.


24. Jar Of Hearts – Christina Perri

This song by Christina Perri is a great choice for anyone who wants to show off their powerful vocals. It has a medium beat, is in the key of D major, and is perfect for those who are looking for an interesting karaoke track that will show off their skills. The chorus is a great opportunity to show off your vocal range and belt out those high notes.


25. Something About The Way You Look Tonight – Elton John

This ballad was written by Elton John and was made popular by his cover of it. It’s best sung in the key of G major with a slow tempo and provides a great opportunity to show off your vocal range while singing to this beautiful track.


26. I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing – Aerosmith

This ballad was written by Aerosmith and was made popular by the movie Armageddon. It’s best sung in the key of D major with a medium tempo and provides a great opportunity to show off your vocal range while singing along to this power ballad.


27. You’ll Be In My Heart – Phil Collins

This song by Phil Collins is a great choice for anyone who wants to show off their powerful vocals. It has a medium beat, is in the key of E minor, and is perfect for those who are looking for an interesting karaoke track that will show off their skills. The chorus is a great opportunity to show off your vocal range and belt out those high notes.


28. You Oughta Know – Alanis Morissette

This song by Alanis Morissette is best sung in the key of F major with a medium tempo. It has a great beat to it and provides an interesting challenge for karaoke singers who want to try something outside of their comfort zone.

The chorus is filled with some lower notes that are easier to hit but will still sound good if you’re able to belt them out as Alanis does.


29. Papa Don’t Preach – Madonna

This song was originally made famous by Madonna in 1986, but it was covered several years later by Kimberley Locke in 2005 which generated more attention for the track. The song is best sung in the key of D major with a medium tempo and provides a great opportunity to show off your vocal range while singing along to this powerful ballad.


30. Failin’ – Alicia Keys

This song by Alicia Keys is best sung in the key of G major with a medium tempo. It has a great beat to it and provides an interesting challenge for karaoke singers who want to try something outside of their comfort zone.

The chorus is filled with some lower notes that are easier to hit but will still sound good if you’re able to belt them out as Alicia does.


A good karaoke song for a Girl

A good karaoke song for a girl.
A good karaoke song for a girl.

Obviously, this is subjective. It depends on the age of the girl, the personality of the girl, and to an extent the sort of event that karaoke is being sung at. I’m therefore going to go with my personal favorite.

When asked what karaoke song is good for a girl, the first track that came to mind was “I will survive” by Gloria Gaynor. Originally released in October 1978, this song resonates with women of all ages. For younger girls, it sets a positive example and signifies strength and resilience. It is both powerful and catchy.

The other close contender I would choose is Mama Mia by Abba. Released in 1975 and again in 1999, this song is girly and happy. It is a feel-good song that became part of a feel-good film. This makes it an ideal choice for a girl or group of girls taking part in karaoke.


Songs for Low Voice

Voices range from the lowest to the highest types namely soprano, alto, baritone, and bass. For people having a low range of voice or fall in the bass for male and alto for female, it is a challenge to find songs that will fit their specific voice range. Songs usually have a specific part in which the pitch gets higher as the song progresses and reaches the end.

However, there are songs that remain calm and low all throughout the song.

What are good songs to sing if you have a low voice? To name some we have “Hurt by Johnny Cash”, “Are You Lonesome Tonight by Elvis Presley”, and other Elvis Presley’s songs, “Bubbly by Colbie Caillat” and “Imagine by John Lennon”.

These songs are good songs that definitely suit any voice range a person has, even the ones with a low voice, remaining calm and with easy melody all throughout.


Conclusion

These are just a few of the many great karaoke songs for low female voices. With such a wide variety of genres and styles available, there’s sure to be something for everyone. So next time you’re looking for something to sing, be sure to check out some of these great tracks. You never know you may just find your new favorite karaoke song.

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