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Top 150 Funny Karaoke Songs

Most people like to get up on stage and sing on a karaoke night. This is even more so when they’ve had a few drinks. And, come the end of the night, people are often lining up to sing.

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Sometimes, as the night wears on, we can forget our favorite songs. That’s quite normal. So, to prepare you for that eventuality, here’s a list of a few funny karaoke songs to store on your phone, just in case.

Let’s get straight to it with…

Funny Karaoke Songs

Top 150 Funny Karaoke Songs

[nb]1[/nb] I’m Too Sexy by Right Said Fred


This is a great one to kick off with. It’s the perfect goofy karaoke song for a group of guys who don’t mind showing off a few moves. For full effect, make sure you walk around like you’re on the catwalk. 

The more outgoing amongst you might even want to take off your shirts and wave them over your heads. It’s all guaranteed to get everyone smiling and laughing.

“I’m Too Sexy” was released in 1991 from their album, UP. It wasn’t a one-hit wonder, but at the same time, it is quite honestly the only piece of music from the band that I can remember.

As a kind of one-hit wonder, it didn’t do too badly… 

It made the Top 10 in the US and the UK, went platinum and gold, respectively, and sold close to two million copies. Not bad at all for a bit of novelty song from a bunch of Bodybuilders from a north London gym.

The song is essentially a Pop/Dance song, but it was originally written as an Indie song. Fred Fairbrass initially wrote it as a joke when he was posing in the mirror at the gym. Apparently, he had pulled off his training top and started waving it around, proclaiming that he was too sexy for his shirt. 

And so, the song was born. It was written as a lighthearted song, so it is all the more reason to treat it in the same spirit.

[nb]2[/nb] YMCA by Village People


Everyone knows “YMCA,” but do you know all the dance moves? I bet you don’t. There’s no doubt that, along with the forgotten dance moves, the song is best known for the personas of the dancers. 

Whether it be the construction worker, cowboy, leatherman, policeman, American Indian, or military man, these are six characters we are much less likely to forget.

The song was released in 1978 and was taken from their third studio album, Cruisin’. Surprisingly, before the release of “YMCA,” the band was already an established Disco outfit with a strong back catalog of music.

How successful was the song?

Ridiculously so. It reached #1 pretty much everywhere, and the records sales were crazy. It sold over 12 million copies making it the twenty-first best-selling single of all time.

The Village People were originally formed to try to bring more gay people into the Disco scene, and with the release of this epic single, it was certainly a case of job done. However, “YMCA” also unexpectedly promoted a crossover into the general population. 

This happily led to a huge increase in the popularity of the band as they were embraced by mainstream music listeners. As a result, it is one of the most popular fun sing along karaoke songs.

What about those dance moves?

Well, if you’ve never seen the music video, you should. It’s super fun to watch, and you’ll be able to practice some of those moves for when you get up and sing with your mates at the next karaoke session.

[nb]3[/nb] Gangnam Style by PSY


Let’s continue the dancing theme. My goodness, there’s much to say about this song. I hardly know where to begin. “Gangnam Style” exploded on the music scene in 2012 and forever changed the music industry. 


Well, because it brought K-Pop and Asian music to the world. Many musicians had previously tried this but failed. PSY not only succeeded but helped create a path for future Korean and Asian artists to follow. Without this hit, there would be no BTS or Blackpink on the world stage.

This song was huge. It not only made it to #1 in 30 countries, but it also became the first music video to achieve over a billion views. Even today, it’s the tenth most streamed video with close to five billion streams.

Interestingly, PSY had achieved over a decade of success before the release of “Gangnam Style.” This was his eighteenth single taken off his sixth studio album. However, all of his popularity previous to this release had been homegrown. 

You don’t need to speak Korean…

On its own, the song is a superb and catchy dance track, but the video undoubtedly brings it to life. The dance moves are brilliant and comical at the same time. 

If you can master a couple of the moves, regardless of how you sing, you’ll have the audience laughing, crying, and eating out of your hand. It is a great karaoke song with funny dance moves that anyone can pull off.

[nb]4[/nb] Gangsta’s Paradise by Coolio


This song has a very serious side. It recounts the life of someone growing up in a rough neighborhood and becoming involved in gang culture. It’s nothing to be celebrated, but there’s no doubt that this kind of song hits a chord with many unlucky enough to have endured a tough upbringing.

The funny element comes from people brought up in wealthy areas singing and doing rap-style gestures. Make sure if you are not from “the hood,” that you do this one ironically, or people are probably going to be laughing at you rather than with you.

Its success was no laughing matter…

“Gangsta’s Paradise” was released in 1995 and was immediately huge in the Hip-Hop and Rap community. However, what marked this out from a lot of other similar tracks was that, like our previous song, it also crossed over to the mainstream.

It became a monster hit and topped the charts in countries around the world. Most notably, it stayed at #1 for 14 weeks in Australia, which was a record at the time. In the US, it also managed to stay in the Top 2 for a phenomenal 12 weeks.

It was released as a track from the album of the same name, Gansta’s Paradise. Additionally, it was used as the main track in the 1995 movie “Dangerous Minds.” This also helped to propel it to universal appeal.

It’s just such a cool song…

Regardless of musical tastes, “Gangsta’s Paradise” seemed to hit the spot. This was evident in the clubs at the time. Just about everywhere you went, this was being played and getting people up on the dance floor.

[nb]5[/nb] We Are Family by Sister Sledge


Time for something a little more wholesome for our list of funny karaoke songs. “We Are Family” is a song performed by four sisters. The song was released in 1979 and is a combination of Disco and R&B. It was released on the album of the same name in the same year.

It’s fair to say that this became their biggest and most recognizable song. In many ways, it was the one piece of music that would define the band. 

Upon its release… 

It received a lot of airplay and also a lot of playtime in the clubs. This undoubtedly helped push the single to platinum status in the US and achieve over a million sales worldwide.

One of the things I find most incredible is that the band is still together today. Unfortunately, Joni passed away in 2017, and Kathy had to pull out of an active role in 2011. However, in any form, a five-decade run in the music industry is still something pretty rare.

If you decide to sing this with a few friends, most of the audience is likely to know it. What’s more, since you’re not likely to be sisters, this will only add to the fun. Even better, if you happen to sing it with your real sisters, that might just bring the house down.

[nb]6[/nb] Vogue by Madonna


This feels so old now, which in reality, is pretty much warranted. It’s hard to believe that it’s now over three decades old. It’s also hard to imagine that back then, Madonna still didn’t have muscles.

“Vogue” was released in 1990 from the soundtrack album, I’m Breathless. The single went multi-platinum in the US and got to #1. The album went to #2 in the US and also went multi-platinum.

It’s hard to pinpoint the peak of Madonna’s career, but I’d say that this was somewhere in the middle. From the mid-80s to the mid-90s, she couldn’t seem to put a foot wrong. Other than when she tried her hand at acting. She was crap at that.

Don’t just sit there…

“Vogue” is a Pop/Dance song that feels unique, largely because of the dance choreography featured with the track. 

Madonna utilized a form of “Vogueing,” a style of dancing that was very much confined to a small subculture at the time. The release of the single brought “Vogueing” very much to the attention of the world.

This all means that when you get up to sing, the audience will expect you to do some of the moves. There’s a chance that many people will join in. So, just make sure you get some of them down before you start singing this entertaining karaoke song and dance routine.

[nb]7[/nb] Let’s Dance by David Bowie


I’ve got to be one of the biggest Bowie fans ever. I saw him live, sadly only once, back in 1977, and I can honestly say he was superb. I’ve been a fan ever since and always will be.

However, despite this adulation, his dancing is quite frankly a little comical. Now, Bowie can get away with it, but if you try to copy his on-stage moves, people are going to laugh. That’s why it’s one of the best funny karaoke songs you can have a go at.

In my mind, this is all the more reason to do it…

I picked “Let’s Dance” because the title, along with some Bowie-style dancing, is full of amusing irony. “Let’s Dance” was released in 1983 and taken as a single from the album of the same name. 

The single and album were hits around the world, with the album becoming his best-selling of all time. However, despite the commercial success, in many ways, I feel that his best work was already behind him. 

One interesting thing to note…

Despite being a multi-instrumentalist, Bowie didn’t play an instrument on any part of the song. More interestingly, he employed a then-unknown Blues guitarist, Stevie Ray Vaughan, to play lead guitar.

Stevie Ray, in my opinion, is the greatest Blues and Rock guitarist of all time. If you’ve been unfortunate enough to have never heard any of his music, take a listen to “The Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble.”

[nb]8[/nb] Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley


It’s strange that before 2007 a lot of people had never heard of Rick Astley. That’s because “Never Gonna Give You Up” was originally released 20 years before in 1987. At the time, it was a big hit. In many ways, not a great surprise since it was written by Stock, Aiken, and Waterman, three prolific writers and producers for RCA. 

The song went to #1 in the US and UK, as well as a host of other countries. It also sold over five million copies in the US alone. Not bad for a debut single.

So, what changed in 2007?

As many of you probably know, in 2007, we saw the advent of “Rick Rolling.” This was the practice of showing a link to some popular game or movie but then switching the link for Rick singing, “Never Gonna Give You Up.” The first ever Rick Rolling was linked to a trailer of Grand Theft Auto.

There’s no doubt that the significance of the song won’t be lost on your audience. It’s bound to raise a laugh and has to be a shoo-in on any funny karaoke songs playlist.

Before I move on, despite all the laughing, Rick Astley genuinely has an amazing voice and is an amazing talent. If you don’t believe me listen to “Cry For Help,” which was written by Astley and released a few years later. It shows just how talented he truly is.

[nb]9[/nb] U Can’t Touch This by MC Hammer


We’re very much keeping the theme of funny dance karaoke songs going with this one. Who can’t remember MC Hammer and his crazy dance routines with his huge trousers?

“U Can’t Touch This” was released in 1989 and helped to bring Hip Hop and Rap to the masses. The catchy Dance style also helped the song to chart success and sales of over a million. The song was MC Hammer’s best-selling single and the most critically acclaimed. It won two Grammy’s as well as two MTV awards. 

A cultural phenomenon…

Additionally, it became a massive hit in the clubs with a series of remixes that followed. “U Can’t Touch This” was also extensively used by the media in movies, TV shows, and commercials.

I guarantee you that a couple of Hammer-style dance moves during the musical interludes will bring the house down. And, don’t worry too much about being in sync with the rapping. Everyone will be having too much of a good time to care.

[nb]10[/nb] Mambo No.5 by Lou Bega


This is another Dance number but fused with Jazz and Latin elements. It’s seen as a bit of a novelty number, and it’s fair to say it was pretty much a one-hit-wonder. 

He released several singles and albums after “Mambo No.5,” but nothing that garnered even close to the same success. This single was released from his debut album, A Little Bit of Mambo, and sold five million copies.

As well as charting high in the US, the UK, and around the world, the single was nominated for a Grammy. Furthermore, in 2001, very much based on the single, he won two World Music Awards. One for Best-Selling New Male Artist and one for Best-Selling German Artist. 

A quick tip for the guys… 

If you try this one, you should consider dropping down an octave unless you have a natural tenor voice. Lou Bega makes it sound easy, but I promise you those high notes will be a stretch. For the girls, you’ll be fine.

A final tip is that you don’t need to do any fancy dancing to get people smiling. You can, of course, if you want. But, a shuffle of the shoulders from side to side at the right moments will be just fine. 

If this is your kind of music, I’d also recommend listening to his follow-up album, Ladies and Gentlemen.

[nb]11[/nb] Wannabe by The Spice Girls


“Wannabe” was the Spice Girls’ debut single. It brought them international fame and with it helped to spread the concept of “girl power.” A phenomenon that became popular in the mid-90s. 

The song was an instant hit, which despite being their first single, also proved to be their best-selling. To be precise, it sold over seven million copies. It also reached the top of the charts in the UK, the US, and other countries around the world.

The single was taken off their debut album, Spice. The album contained several future hits. The most well-known being “Who Do You Think You Are.” Spice sold 23 million copies and helped the Spice Girls to become the most successful girl band of all time.

Not bad, eh?

It’s always well-received at karaoke and is sure to get the crowd joining in and smiling. It’s a great enjoyable karaoke song for a group of girls to sing. Happily, with so many parts to it, you can also opt to sing as little or much as you like.

Don’t over-worry about your vocal delivery. The dancing, like some of the previous songs, is where it’s at. Plenty of pouting and attitude should do it. Additionally, you can pretty much shout your way through this one and still get away with it.

If this goes down well and you want to stay on stage as a group, I’d recommend moving on to “Who Do You Think You Are.” It similarly lends itself to the same kind of treatment and performance.

[nb]12[/nb] Rehab by Amy Winehouse


There’s some fun to be had with this one. However, we also have to recognize that despite the laughs, as you drunkenly shout out your desire to go to rehab, the song has a genuinely serious message.

“Rehab” was released by Amy in 2006 on her incredibly successful second album, Back to Black. Sadly, she only released one more, Lioness: Hidden Treasures, in 2011.

So, why only three albums?

Because she died on the 21st of July 2011, before the release of the third album, which was brought out posthumously. She died of an alcohol overdose, although her body and lungs were already weakened by a serious crack cocaine addiction. This all puts a much more serious light on “Rehab” and her struggles with addiction.

I consider Amy Winehouse one of the greatest Soul, Blues, and Jazz singers of all time. I also consider that she had a wicked sense of humor and would be nodding in approval as you drunkenly butcher this somewhat ironic song.

[nb]13[/nb] Stayin’ Alive by The Bee Gees


I love the Bee Gees and have nothing but admiration for them. Not only for their ability as vocalists, musicians, and performers but also as songwriters. Their career has been nothing but stellar, and they are easily the most successful Disco/Pop band of all time.

With all of this in mind, and although a bunch of guys singing “Stayin’ Alive” is pure comedy gold, The Bee Gees are not.

Unmistakable voices…

The Bee Gees are almost unique in their ability to pull off amazing harmonies. Maurice and Robin both have incredible high Tenor voices. However, when these are mixed in with Barry’s famous falsetto, the effect is truly beautiful.

The single was one of The Bee Gees’ most successful songs. It was released in 1977 and taken off the movie soundtrack, “Stayin’ Alive.” The movie starred John Travolta, with hair, and is an absolute must-watch if you haven’t already. 

Lots of high notes to hit…

But, if you don’t want to go all-in and do the high-pitched voices, you’ll need to take it down an octave or maybe even two. 

However, that’s an opportunity missed because trying to sing those impossibly high notes will have everyone rolling around laughing. It’s sure to be a laughable song at karaoke.  

[nb]14[/nb] Like a Virgin by Madonna


I couldn’t resist slotting another Madonna track into my funny karaoke songs playlist. “Like a Virgin” was released in 1984. Although it might not have been at the height of her fame, I think it is undoubtedly her best period artistically.

The song was released on her second album of the same name and reached #1 in the US, the UK, and Australia. It was hugely popular and sold six million copies making it her second best-selling single. Her most successful single, “Into the Groove,” was released the following year.

An easy one to sing…

If you choose to sing “Like a Virgin,” you can’t go far wrong. This is because, from a purely vocal perspective, there’s very little range, and the highs are easily attainable for most female voices. Additionally, the lyrics don’t come at you too hard and fast. So, there’s nothing likely to trip you up after you’ve had a couple of drinks.

From a comedy perspective, there’s nothing funnier than seeing an individual or group of girls singing it ironically. There’s a chance that this wouldn’t be the case, but I wouldn’t like to bet on it. A classic fun karaoke song for sure. 

[nb]15[/nb] Barbie Girl by Aqua


If you’re a couple and either outgoing or a little bit drunk, or maybe both, this is a good pick for some fun. It’s not the easiest of songs to sing, but I’ll give you a couple of tips on how to approach it at the end.

“Barbie Girl” was released in 1997. It was taken from their debut album, Aquarium, as the third single. This light Dance/Pop song was a surprisingly successful hit and sold over eight million copies worldwide.

It would be easy to think that Aqua was a one-hit-wonder. However, the band went on to sell over 33 million records and, in the process, became Denmark’s biggest band of all time.

Like many of Aqua’s follow-up tracks… 

“Barbie Girl” is loaded with sexual innuendo. When contrasted with the light Dance/Pop style, it makes it all the funnier. With some physical interpretations of the lyrics added in, it can be funnier still. As said earlier, it can be a challenge to sing, so here are those tips.

The girl’s part is sung in a very high range, so be prepared to sing in falsetto because without it, you’re not likely to get high enough. Just channel your inner eight-year-old and deliver the lines in a child-like, slightly screechy way, and you should hit the spot nicely.

The guy’s part, unfortunately, goes the other way, and it is difficult to get so low. Rather than trying to sing, you could try to almost half talk instead. Imagine how you sound first thing in the morning, after a heavy night out, and go for that.

[nb]16[/nb] You Spin Me Round by Dead or Alive


This has to be 80s Dance/Pop at its best. The catchy EDM beat and production are world-class. No surprise given that it was produced by the juggernauts of music at the time, Stock, Aitken, and Waterman.

The song was written by Dead or Alive and was released in 1984. It eventually reached #1 in the UK, though it took a rather long 17 weeks to do so. However, once at the top, it sold over a million copies and became their most successful single.

The band went on to widespread fame… 

Over the years, they had many personnel changes, with the lead singer Pete Burns being the only constant. Sadly, he died in 2016, which also spelled the end for this always entertaining UK band.

“You Spin Me Round” is a great high-intensity song with some wonderful but sparring high vocal parts. It’s sure to create an interesting challenge and raise a few smiles. Otherwise, it’s a relatively easy one for most guys.

I mention the guys only because I think that’s who it’s most suited for. Take a look at one of their videos, and you’ll see just what I mean.

[nb]17[/nb] Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice


There’s always something funny hearing novices trying to Rap. It doesn’t matter what the song is because it inevitably ends up going wrong somewhere. “Ice Ice Baby” provides plenty of tongue twisters and quick-fire lyrics to trip up even more accomplished karaoke performers.

The song was released in 1990, and the more observant amongst you will have noticed that the song has a familiar baseline. To be precise, the bass lines are sampled from “Under Pressure” by Queen and David Bowie. 

When the song was released… 

No credits were initially given, which is bad form, to say the least. However, since it was Vanilla Ice’s debut album, let’s be generous and say he can be excused for this oversight.

When the song eventually became a hit, the lawyers inevitably became involved, and things were resolved. Now, both queen and David Bowie are rightly credited. Presumably, since “Ice Ice Baby” sold over two million copies, there was plenty of credit to their bank accounts too.

Although you may not have heard of much of Vanilla Ice, aka Robert Mathew Van Winkle, since this single, he continues to make music. He’s also active in acting and narration.

Good for him…

Enjoy yourselves with this one. And, if you haven’t got a great singing voice but have the art of speaking pretty quickly, this could be for you.

[nb]18[/nb] Eat It by Weird Al Yankovic


We’re moving on now from one song involving sampling to another. However, this song took things to a whole new level. Rather than a bass line and a few other snippets, “Eat It” is sung in its entirety to the tune of “Beat It” by Michael Jackson.

“Eat It” came out just one year after Michael Jackson’s “Beat It.” Being released as it was, so close to the original, made it all the funnier.

There was never a chance of it selling as many copies as the original. However, it didn’t do too badly. It made the Top 50 in the US and the UK. Plus, it even made it to #1 in Australia. Clearly, the Australians like their music parodies.

But not just the Aussies…

Weird Al struck a chord with a lot of other people too. He’s brought out 14 albums, has currently sold 12 million copies, and continues to tour. This is in addition to his other interests in acting and comedy.

As if all of this weren’t enough, he’s also won four Grammy Awards for his comedy albums. Plus, he’s been nominated for a further eleven. Not bad, eh?

With this kind of pedigree, just about any of his songs would be a worthy inclusion on our funny karaoke songs playlist. 

[nb]19[/nb] I Touch Myself by The Divinyls


I mean, come on. This is comedy gold. I don’t care who you are or how you can sing; this will raise the roof. Perform it on your own, as a group of males, females, or mixed, it doesn’t matter. You cannot fail, I promise you.

“I Touch Myself” is the genius of an Australian band. It was released in 1990, which was over a decade into the band’s history. The single was taken from their fourth studio album, Divinyls. It reached the top spot in Australia and charted in the Top 10 in both the US and the UK.

But, it wasn’t without controversy…

One of the biggest problems the band faced was a lack of airplay. This was done to the explicit lyrics that referred to female masturbation, orgasm, and eroticism. It was way too much for most radio stations, particularly in the US, so the exposure (sorry!) for the single was limited.

Things got so bad in the US that if a radio station performed the song, they ran the risk of the power being pulled.


There were still plenty of people who saw the funny side and kept the song alive. Most famously, it featured in the comedy movie “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery,” which came out in 1997.

It’s fair to say that “I Touch Myself” was the climax of their career. Ultimately, things came to a head for the band in 2009 when they finally split. However, we live in hope for a come-back and one last tour or album.

[nb]20[/nb] Man! I Feel Like a Woman by Shania Twain


There’s lots of innuendo to this song too. There’s plenty to laugh at but what makes it even funnier is that it seems pretty obvious Shania Twain hasn’t a clue about the double meanings. 

Since she wrote it in collaboration with her future husband, it does seem surprising. I might be misreading the room here, but quite honestly, I think not.


It’s a great Pop/Country song with a very catchy chorus. It’s also slickly produced, and Shania does a first-class job with the vocals. Not that we’d expect anything less.

Hardly surprising then that it sold three million copies and made the Top 10 on most charts. Additionally, it also won a Grammy in 2000 for the Best Female Country Vocal Performance.

If you like this song…

Then you’ll probably also like the album it was taken from, Come On Over. This was released a year earlier in 1999 and also features another of her big hits, “That Don’t Impress Me Much.” And finally, before you ladies jump up to sing, just wait; this is for the guys. Think about it.

[nb]21[/nb] Toxic by Britney Spears


Here’s a cheesy karaoke song for the girls to sing to their significant others. But, be warned because the lyrics include lines like, “I’m addicted to you – don’t you know that you’re toxic.” 

Therefore, you’d better be sure you have a strong relationship. More importantly, your other half has a good sense of humor. 

If they do, you’ll be fine…

It was released in 2004 and was a smash hit, as was the album it was taken from, In The Zone. The production of the music and video was all a high-budget affair. It would be easy to criticize because of this, but frankly, the quality of the song more than warranted the lavish spending. 

It ended up being Britney’s third best-selling song, only behind “Oops!…I Did It Again” and “Baby One More Time.”

“Toxic” also received a host of critical acclaim, and rightly so. Most notably, it won a Grammy for Best Dance Recording. Very appropriate for a wonderfully choreographed and performed video that went with the single. 

Let yourselves go when you sing it…

And, don’t worry too much about your delivery. Thankfully, this is pretty easy as there are few high notes to reach for and only a small range to work with. Just make sure you give your significant other a huge hug at the end.

[nb]22[/nb] Release Me by Engelbert Humperdinck


This is probably more for the guys. Regardless, it comes with a strong relationship warning. If you think the words of the last song were potentially inflammatory, “Release Me” is at an entirely different level.

Be prepared for the classic lyrics, “Please release me – let me go – for I don’t love you anymore.” There are similar lines throughout the song. The words are frankly brutal, brutal, brutal!

If your partner is with you, they’ll have to have the greatest sense of humor ever. Plus, you’ll have to have the best relationship ever. Alternatively, you might genuinely hate their guts and expect to be taking a taxi home alone after your night out.

If it’s not the latter… 

This will honestly be the funniest karaoke song you could ever sing. If you do choose it, then good luck. You’ve more nerve than pretty much anyone I know.

A lot of you may not have heard of this one, and that’s no surprise since it is so old. To be precise, it was released in 1949 by singer-songwriter Eddie Miller. More famously, it was covered by Dean Martin in 1966 and Engelbert Humperdinck in 1967.

The 1967 version reached #1 in the UK. I guess there must have been a lot of unhappy relationships at the time. Or maybe they just never bothered to concentrate on the words and were pulled in by the gentle melody. 

Who knows… 

But, if you sing this, please remember not to come crying to me if you get thrown out of the house.

[nb]23[/nb]The Chicken Dance by Werner Thomas


[nb]24[/nb]Bootylicious by Destiny’s Child


[nb]25[/nb]Baby Got Back by Sir Mix-a-Lot


[nb]26[/nb]I Want to Hold Your Hand by The Beatles


[nb]27[/nb]I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston


[nb]28[/nb]The Macarena by Los Del Rio


[nb]29[/nb]I Wanna Dance with Somebody by Whitney Houston


[nb]30[/nb]I’m a Believer by The Monkees


[nb]31[/nb]Love Shack by The B-52’s


[nb]32[/nb]Livin’ La Vida Loca by Ricky Martin


[nb]33[/nb]Hit Me with Your Best Shot by Pat Benatar


[nb]34[/nb]Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond


[nb]35[/nb]Dancing Queen by ABBA


[nb]36[/nb]Don’t Stop Believin’ by Journey


[nb]37[/nb]Jessie’s Girl by Rick Springfield


[nb]38[/nb]I Want You Back by Jackson 5


[nb]39[/nb]Hey Ya! by Outkast


[nb]40[/nb]It’s Raining Men by The Weather Girls


[nb]41[/nb]My Sharona by The Knack


[nb]42[/nb]I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) by The Proclaimers


[nb]43[/nb]What’s Up by 4 Non Blondes


[nb]44[/nb]I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts


[nb]45[/nb]Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough by Michael Jackson


[nb]46[/nb]All Star by Smash Mouth


[nb]47[/nb]You Give Love a Bad Name by Bon Jovi


[nb]48[/nb]Oops!… I Did It Again by Britney Spears


[nb]49[/nb]Sweet Child o’ Mine by Guns N’ Roses


[nb]50[/nb]Jessie’s Girl by Rick Springfield


More 100 Funny Karaoke Songs

    1. Mambo No. 5 by Lou Bega
    2. Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars
    3. Hot in Herre by Nelly
    4. I Want It That Way by Backstreet Boys
    5. Livin’ on a Prayer by Bon Jovi
    6. Dancing in the Moonlight by Toploader
    7. Bye Bye Bye by *NSYNC
    8. Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) by Backstreet Boys
    9. Kung Fu Fighting by Carl Douglas
    10. Love Stinks by The J. Geils Band
    11. Don’t You (Forget About Me) by Simple Minds
    12. Take on Me by A-ha
    13. Tubthumping by Chumbawamba
    14. Can’t Stop the Feeling! by Justin Timberlake
    15. Summer Nights by John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John
    16. You Can’t Hurry Love by The Supremes
    17. I Want to Break Free by Queen
    18. Shake It Off by Taylor Swift
    19. Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd
    20. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go by Wham!
    21. Superstition by Stevie Wonder
    22. I Saw Her Standing There by The Beatles
    23. Love Rollercoaster by Ohio Players
    24. I’m Yours by Jason Mraz
    25. We Will Rock You by Queen
    26. Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison
    27. Don’t Stop by Fleetwood Mac
    28. Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) by Beyoncé
    29. Just Dance by Lady Gaga ft. Colby O’Donis
    30. I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor
    31. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) by Eurythmics
    32. You’re the One That I Want by John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John
    33. I Got You (I Feel Good) by James Brown
    34. 99 Luftballons by Nena
    35. Girls Just Want to Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper
    36. Poker Face by Lady Gaga
    37. Love is a Battlefield by Pat Benatar
    38. Mr. Brightside by The Killers
    39. Celebration by Kool & The Gang
    40. I Wanna Dance All Night by Jessica Wright
    41. Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough by Michael Jackson
    42. Like a Prayer by Madonna
    43. You Should Be Dancing by Bee Gees
    44. Rockin’ Robin by Michael Jackson
    45. I Want You to Want Me by Cheap Trick
    46. Material Girl by Madonna
    47. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) by Marilyn Manson
    48. I Ran (So Far Away) by A Flock of Seagulls
    49. Jessie’s Girl by Glee Cast
    50. It’s My Life by Bon Jovi
    51. Call Me Maybe by Carly Rae Jepsen
    52. Walking on Sunshine by Katrina and The Waves
    53. I Love It by Icona Pop ft. Charli XCX
    54. Time Warp from The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    55. Shake Your Booty by KC and The Sunshine Band
    56. Take a Chance on Me by ABBA
    57. Jump by Van Halen
    58. Ain’t No Mountain High Enough by Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
    59. We Are the Champions by Queen
    60. We Got the Beat by The Go-Go’s
    61. You Can Call Me Al by Paul Simon
    62. Maneater by Hall & Oates
    63. What is Love by Haddaway
    64. Born to Be Wild by Steppenwolf
    65. I Wanna Be Sedated by Ramones
    66. Don’t Go Breaking My Heart by Elton John & Kiki Dee
    67. Sweet Caroline by Glee Cast
    68. Groove is in the Heart by Deee-Lite
    69. I’m Every Woman by Whitney Houston
    70. Push It by Salt-N-Pepa
    71. Dancing with Myself by Billy Idol
    72. Whip It by Devo
    73. Love Cats by The Cure
    74. Time of My Life by Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes
    75. Dancing on the Ceiling by Lionel Richie
    76. Girls on Film by Duran Duran
    77. Faith by George Michael
    78. My Humps by The Black Eyed Peas
    79. Just Can’t Get Enough by Depeche Mode
    80. It’s a Beautiful Life by Ace of Base
    81. She Works Hard for the Money by Donna Summer
    82. I’m So Excited by The Pointer Sisters
    83. We’re Not Gonna Take It by Twisted Sister
    84. Anticipation by Carly Simon
    85. You’re My Best Friend by Queen
    86. American Pie by Don McLean
    87. Rock and Roll All Nite by Kiss
    88. Shiny Happy People by R.E.M.
    89. Take Me Home, Country Roads by John Denver
    90. Let’s Get It Started by The Black Eyed Peas
    91. Jumpin’ Jack Flash by The Rolling Stones
    92. Mickey by Toni Basil
    93. Funkytown by Lipps Inc.
    94. ABC by The Jackson 5
    95. I Believe in a Thing Called Love by The Darkness
    96. You’re the One That I Want by Lo-Fang
    97. Mambo No. 5 by Bob the Builder
    98. The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?) by Ylvis
    99. Happy by Pharrell Williams
    100. I’m Too Sexy for My Shirt by Brian Fallon

Have a Passion for Karaoke?

Well, then take a look at our detailed articles on the Best Country Karaoke Songs, the Top Karaoke Songs That Anyone Can Sing, the Best Karaoke Games For Karaoke Parties, the Easiest Karaoke Songs, and the Most Popular Karaoke Songs of All Time for more song ideas.

Also, check out our in-depth reviews of the Best Karaoke Speakers, the Best Karaoke Microphones, the Best Karaoke Microphones for iPhones and Smartphones, the Best Karaoke Machines, the Best Party Speakers, and the Best Tailgate Speakers you can buy in 2023.

Funny Karaoke Songs – Final Thoughts

So, there you have it. Karaoke is generally good fun, but it’s always great to have a few funny songs to sing at karaoke in your playbook. I hope my selection has given you a few ideas for the next time you find yourself holding a mic.

Just remember that these things are rarely serious. Relax and have a good time because that’s what it’s all about.

Until next time, happy singing. 

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