What is the most difficult song in the world to sing at karaoke? The answer, of course will be different for everyone: after all, a song meant for a bass will be vocally challenging for female singers, while one meant for a soprano would be the same for male voices. While a shrewd vocalist can work around these extremes on most songs by switching octaves, some songs are impossible to outsmart.
Classics from singers like Freddie Mercury and Adele have such a large vocal range that, across the board, you have to be a master to nail them - or even sound halfway good. Meanwhile, many tracks are difficult to sing because of their speed, or bizarre rhythms. And some, like "I Believe in a Thing Called Love," by The Darkness, are a devilish mixture of pitch and tempo, which only the most skilled performers should consider attempting.
What do you think are the top 10 hardest karaoke songs? Which of these challenging cuts do you think you have the pipes for?
Vote up the hardest karaoke songs of all time below, and be sure to add any that you think we might have missed.
I Will Always Love You
Take On Me
Somebody To Love
Stairway to Heaven
Love On Top