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MBC in Lockdown

Lyrics for the October 21st session will appear below

Help choose the songs for future sessions

Please let us know

(via email to

by end Tuesday September 29th what you'd like to sing, either by song, or anything by an artist.

Choose up to 8

Or by subject area

For reference, there's a full list of about 500 songs we've used before at:

I'll then try and select 30 to 40 songs to be used over those 4 evenings.

The “Songs about Body Parts” for October 21st will be selected from:


Join the mailing list by email to

Part of the MBC “broadcast studio”

A participants view of the guitarists
Photo: Roger Edwards

The details for Singing for Fun are:

Wednesday October 21st at 8pm for about 60 minutes

Join the Zoom Meeting

Topic: MBC Singing for Fun in Lockdown

Meeting ID: 796 891 2046

Password: will be sent by email (by request if you are new to MBC see address above)

And your Guest PIN: 2428 #

You will be able to download lyrics ahead of the session by clicking here (choose your format)   
Pdf     Pow
Dry Bones Traditional

I've Got You Under My Skin Frank Sinatra

Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head BJ Thomas

You were Always on My Mind Elvis    Willie Nelson

Windmills of Your Mind Noel Harrison

I've Just Seen a Face Beatles

Bright Eyes Art Garfunkel

Lying Eyes Eagles

For Your Eyes Only Sheena Easton

Brown Eyed Girl Van Morrison

I Only Have Eyes for You Art Garfunkel

Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue Crystal Gayle

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes Platters

Eye of the Triger Survivor

Dancing Cheek to Cheek Fred Astaire

Wooden Heart Elvis

I Wanna Hold Your Hand Beatles

He's Got The Whole World in His Hands Traditional

You Need Hands Max Bygraves

You need feet Bernard Bresslaw

erpoint Presentation  

Or scroll through them below

A participants view of each other
Photo: Roger Edwards