15 Hardest Songs To Sing || Best Tracks

Hardest Songs To Sing
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Here we go guys, In this article, we will be looking for the hardest songs to sing. We will rank the track that is merely exceeding the reach of most mere mortals. The track in this list including, “Emotions”, “All By Myself”, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Wuthering Heights,” “I Will Always Love You”, and many more.

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15 Hardest Songs To Sing || Best Tracks

1 – Mariah Carey – Emotions

The track marks one of the though lyrics track, it has its protagonist going via a variety of sentiments from high to low, up to the pinpoint where she says, “You got me feeling emotions.” The song became Carey’s fifth consecutive number one song in the United States. It is recorded by Mariah Carey for her second studio album of the same name (1991).

2 – Whitney Houston – I Will Always Love You

Originally, the track, “I Will Always Love” was recorded in 1973 by Dolly Parton. It was written as a farewell to her business partner and mentor Porter Wagoner. Then Whitney Houston recorded a rendition of the song for the 1992 film The Bodyguard. The track made a new record at that time, also, becoming one of the best-selling singles of all time. One of the hardest songs to sing ever.

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3 – Cenline Dion – All By Myself

The song has a long history of cover versions after its original artist Eric Carman adapted it from a Rachmaninoff Concert in 1975. Carmen’s All by Myself is still remembered fondly today but it’s Celine Dion’s 1996 version that is even more vocally impressive she hits an immensely powerful Highnote shortly before the three-minute mark turning what was initially a great pop song into a tour de force for the french Canadian singer too.

4 – Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody

There are many reasons why Queen – Bohemia Rhapsody is an incredibly difficult song for just about anyone to sing. It composed of multiple keys and shift styles and tempos from a ballad arrangement to operatic accompaniment is straight-up hard. It is one of the few songs to emerge from the 1970s progressive rock movement to achieve widespread commercial success and appeal to a mainstream audience. One of the hardest songs to sing ever.

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5 – Jennifer Holliday – And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going

The track, “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” is a torch song from the Broadway musical Dreamgirls, with lyrics by Tom Eyen and music by Henry Krieger. In 1981, Jennifer Holliday originated the role on Broadway and won a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for the role. It was her first single release and it met with great success, topping the Billboard R&B charts.

6 – Lovin’ You

The track, “Lovin’ You” recorded by Minnie Riperton from her second studio album Perfect Angel (1974). It released as the album’s fourth single on January 18, 1975. On April 8, 1975, “Lovin’ You” was certified Gold in the United States by the RIAA for sales in excess of 1,000,000 units. One of the hardest songs to sing ever.

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7 – Aerosmith – Dream On

“Dream On” is a power ballad track by Aerosmith from their 1973 debut album, Aerosmith. This song was their first major hit and became a classic rock radio staple. The song also received immediate heavy airplay on the former WVBF (FM), often showing up in the #1 position on “The Top Five at Five” in June 1973.

8 – Kate Bush – Wuthering Hights

The track marks her biggest hit and for good reason as it sets on full display all of the singer’s incredible vocal range. As you all know, Kate Bush possesses an extraordinary voice and progressive visual style which earned her a claim from both fans and critics. It Inspired by the 1847 Emily Brontë novel of the same name, it appears on her 1978 debut album The Kick Inside. One of the hardest songs to sing ever.

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9 – Righteous Brothers – Unchained Melody

“Unchained Melody” was released in 1955 with music by Alex North and lyrics by Hy Zaret. It has been performed by a number of artists over the years. In 1965, it became the most notable by the Righteous Brothers. It actually starts off quite slow and sombre but Hatfield soon kicks things up with the level of emotion that is completely raw and delivered with unbelievable passion.

10 – Simon & Garfunkel – Bridge Over Troubled  Water

The track, “Bridge over Troubled Water” is a song composed by Paul Simon and recorded by Simon & Garfunkel. It is the sort of vocal that builds from a place of quiet contemplation into an emotive explosion assisted by a perfect storm of string arrangement. However, The world of folk might not be the first place you might look for a stratospheric vocal performance but do not sleep on Simon & Garfunkel. If you do you will be missing out on one of the all-time greatest vocals achievements the incredible bridge over troubled water. It is the showcase for art. One of the hardest songs to sing ever.

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11 – Michael Jackson – Earth Song

It is a ballad that incorporates elements of blues, gospel and opera. As we all know that the Michael Jackson’s pedigree for classic music videos but we admit that sometimes the singer’s actual talent can get lost among all the visual spectacle not so with Earth Song a track meant for the King Of Pop’s dangerous album but which didn’t get released until the 1995 album “HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I”.

12 – Whitney Houston – Star Spangled-Banner

Do you know, The track, “The Star-Spangled Banner” is a charity single, which was recorded by Whitney Houston to raise funds for soldiers and families of those involved in the Persian Gulf War. The musical arrangement for Houston’s rendition was by conductor John Clayton. This made Houston the first musical act to take the national anthem Top 10 in the US, a difficult anthem to sing and have it certified platinum.

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13 – The Four Seasons – Sherry

The track, “Sherry” was written by Bob Gaudio and recorded by The Four Seasons. According to Gaudio, the song took 15 minutes to write and was originally titled “Jackie Baby”. Falsetto by nature can sound fragile and thin but Valli sounds large and in charge throughout his performance in Sherry which is no mean feat, there’s why they are called classics after all and The Four Season definitely created one of those when they recorded this gem back in 1962.

14 – Bonnie Tyler – Total Eclipse Of The Heart

The song recorded by Welsh & Bonnie Tyler. It became Tyler’s biggest super hit track in her career, marking the fifth-best-selling single in 1983 in the United Kingdom. These were the song about muscle men and wild women the sort of ferocity encapsulated by Bonnie Tyler and her amazing performance on the total eclipse of the heart. We are talking about the pompous in the best possible way extravagant and over-the-top operettas of meatloaf collaborator and songwriter Jim Simon.

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15 – Sia – Chandelier

So we have two words to define this track that is chorus. It is difficult to explain just how much sentiment and path Sia packs into her performance. It is an electropop song, featuring electronica, R&B and reggae influences. She pairs a comparatively peaceful verse with an eruption of passion and purifying anger. Sometimes a singer just possesses this nebulous quality and capability to connect with an audience with how they sing a song.