History Main / CrowdSong

6th Jun '18 8:44:23 PM costanton11
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* On [[WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland Total Drama World Tour]], the very first episode the host Chris outright states the songs will not be rehearsed and will come without warning. However, they all do a very good job of guessing what everyone else is singing, though it's averted twice with Ezekiel and Owen not thinking of a rhyme/interrupting the song to start a new verse.

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* On [[WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland [[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Total Drama World Tour]], the very first episode the host Chris outright states the songs will not be rehearsed and will come without warning. However, they all do a very good job of guessing what everyone else is singing, though it's averted twice with Ezekiel and Owen not thinking of a rhyme/interrupting the song to start a new verse.
26th May '18 7:03:31 PM thatother1dude
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** "The Words": Darwin begins a song about how he hasnn't expressed his opinions too much, and several of his classmates join in. However, hey leave after realizing the whole song is just him insulting them.
** "The Singing": A showerhead sings a song during the morning. He is ripped off the wall for bothering one of the house's inhabitants, and the neighbor follows him, then followed by the newspaper man, and so on.

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** "The Words": Darwin begins a song about how he hasnn't hasn't expressed his opinions too much, and several of his classmates join in. However, hey they leave after realizing the whole song is just him insulting them.
** "The Singing": A showerhead sings a song during the morning. He is ripped off the wall for bothering one of the house's inhabitants, and the neighbor follows him, him in singing, then are followed by the newspaper man, and so on.
26th May '18 3:32:55 PM CeaselessPhoenicopterine
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'':
** "The Words": Darwin begins a song about how he hasnn't expressed his opinions too much, and several of his classmates join in. However, hey leave after realizing the whole song is just him insulting them.
** "The Singing": A showerhead sings a song during the morning. He is ripped off the wall for bothering one of the house's inhabitants, and the neighbor follows him, then followed by the newspaper man, and so on.
15th May '18 1:14:11 AM DarkPhoenix94
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* Most British Football clubs have their own club anthem, some of them quite affecting; hearing 50,000 Liverpool fans spontaneously singing ''You'll never walk alone'', for instance, is quite moving.

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* Most British Football clubs have their own club anthem, some of them quite affecting; hearing 50,000 Liverpool fans spontaneously singing ''You'll never walk alone'', Never Walk Alone'', for instance, is quite moving.



*** ""He's fat, he's round, he's sold your fucking ground, Al Fayed, Al Fayed..." (Aimed at Fulham fans by just about everyone, in reference to former Fulham owner Mohamed Al-Fayed)
** 20,000 East London-accented voices singing "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles"- the rather whimsical anthem of West Ham United - is quite a sight, quite a sound too, when you think about the stereotypes of British Accents.

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*** ""He's "He's fat, he's round, he's sold your fucking ground, Al Fayed, Al Fayed..." (Aimed at Fulham fans by just about everyone, in reference to former Fulham owner Mohamed Al-Fayed)
*** Liverpool fans came up with this to serenade then new manager Jurgen Klopp: Hes taking over power. Hes only just begun, Hes going to bring us glory, And he f****** hates the S*n, Jurgen Klopp, na, na, na, na ,na.
*** Save under very exceptional circumstances, (see the below renditions of "You'll Never Walk Alone" and the England vs France matches) fans are very particular about keeping chants to themselves - i.e. not joining in with the opposition. This led to widespread ridicule when a half-half version of a Liverpool chant was proposed by a City fan before the Liverpool-Man City Champions League quarter-final, which mixed the two teams' players together, and ended with a 'rousing' "Fuck off Mourinho!" It got nowhere.
*** And serenading record breaking Egyptian wing-forward Mohamed 'the Egyptian King' Salah, Liverpool fans came up with this: "Mohamed Salah, A gift from Allah, He came from Roma to Liverpool, He's always scoring, It's almost boring, So please don't take Mohamed away."
** 20,000 60,000 East London-accented voices singing "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles"- the rather whimsical anthem of West Ham United - is quite a sight, quite a sound too, when you think about the stereotypes of British Accents.
28th Apr '18 12:21:58 PM Malady
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* The premiere episode of ReadingRainbow in 1983 included an example of this: "Check It Out", an elaborate musical number intrduced by the host, LeVar Burton, to a young child, staged at the Milburn Free Public Library in Milburn, NJ.

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* ''Series/ReadingRainbow'': The premiere episode of ReadingRainbow in 1983 included an example of this: "Check It Out", an elaborate musical number intrduced by the host, LeVar Burton, to a young child, staged at the Milburn Free Public Library in Milburn, NJ.
5th Apr '18 4:01:09 PM AmuckCricetine
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* In a ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' courtroom sketch, the court compliments Inspector Dim (UsefulNotes/GrahamChapman) on his cleverness, leading him to break into a music hall-style song about being a window cleaner, and the entire court joins in on a verse. The counsel (John Cleese) then takes up another verse about being an engine driver, and everyone just stares at him until he meekly sits down.

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* In a ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' courtroom sketch, the court compliments Inspector Dim (UsefulNotes/GrahamChapman) (Creator/GrahamChapman) on his cleverness, leading him to break into a music hall-style song about being a window cleaner, and the entire court joins in on a verse. The counsel (John Cleese) (Creator/JohnCleese) then takes up another verse about being an engine driver, and everyone just stares at him until he meekly sits down.



* ''Theatre/Finale'' has several:

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* ''Theatre/Finale'' ''Theatre/{{Finale}}'' has several:
5th Apr '18 9:51:13 AM kyojikasshu
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** Twilight leads "Friendship Always Wins" toward the end of "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E2SchoolDazePart2 School Daze Part 2]]". [[SheIsTheKing Dragon Lord]] [[TheLadette Ember]] doesn't enjoy it, and would rather not hear another song.
5th Mar '18 4:43:00 PM nombretomado
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** [[Creator/StephenSondheim Sondheim himself]] [[WordOfGod has admitted]] that he doesn't like this idea, as it stretches WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief too much for him. As such, he makes it a point to avert the trope as much as possible, with many of his works, including ''Sunday in the Park with George'' and ''Merrily We Roll Along'', containing large group numbers with people singing, if not different melodies, different lyrics in different tempos. When the trope ''does'' come up, he does his best to [[JustifiedTrope justify it]] with some kind of plot device (in ''Sunday in the Park'', for example, the Act One finale is something of a dream sequence, so the characters aren't fully in control of their thoughts.)

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** [[Creator/StephenSondheim [[Music/StephenSondheim Sondheim himself]] [[WordOfGod has admitted]] that he doesn't like this idea, as it stretches WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief too much for him. As such, he makes it a point to avert the trope as much as possible, with many of his works, including ''Sunday in the Park with George'' and ''Merrily We Roll Along'', containing large group numbers with people singing, if not different melodies, different lyrics in different tempos. When the trope ''does'' come up, he does his best to [[JustifiedTrope justify it]] with some kind of plot device (in ''Sunday in the Park'', for example, the Act One finale is something of a dream sequence, so the characters aren't fully in control of their thoughts.)
24th Feb '18 6:58:52 PM nombretomado
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* In "[[Fanfic/TheConversionBureau The Conversion Bureau: Metal Ripper]]", when [[{{Sabaton}} Joakim Bróden]] sings the opening lyrics of "Primo Victoria", ''all seven billion people on Earth join him''.

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* In "[[Fanfic/TheConversionBureau The Conversion Bureau: Metal Ripper]]", when [[{{Sabaton}} [[{{Music/Sabaton}} Joakim Bróden]] sings the opening lyrics of "Primo Victoria", ''all seven billion people on Earth join him''.
17th Jan '18 12:35:25 PM rikomenzies
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** Made even more funny by the fact that no one in the main cast was actually involved, which only added to their confusion. It simply happened around them.
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