No one could pass up the chance of singing their hearts out with their favourite song on one rainy afternoon with a beer on hand. Well, it’s a good thing that Jube’s Bar & Grill is here to serve you with your favourite dishes and accommodate you while you’re having fun.
Keep on reading below to find out what songs to sing when it’s raining outside to add more dramatic effects while you’re having a moment.
I’m Not The Only One by Sam Smith
You could never go wrong with this song if you want to go full emotional mode in a karaoke bar. Sam Smith had given us a lot of songs to cry to when he released his In the Lonely Hour album in 2014 and this one surely made it to your playlist when you feel like crying up until this day.
Even if you aren’t in the situation, you can feel the actual pain of infidelity and what it does to a relationship through this heartbreaking song. It reminds us that being the first in someone else’s life doesn’t necessarily mean you’re the only one that could give them what they want.
Almost Is Never Enough by Ariana Grande
This song featuring Nathan Sykes just added a whole new emotional twist making the listeners listen to both perspectives sharing the same sentiment.
Ever had something perfect that felt like it’s too good to be true but it can’t be more than that just because? Yes, that’s quite of a love story to admit. You can sing your heart out with this while drinking a bottle of beer to keep you company.
Chasing Pavements by Adele
Adele talked about this song in an interview with Sun newspaper and mentioned that this was inspired by her breakup with her ex. You have probably sung this one with your friends while you’re mourning about your hopeless love that came to end.
Even the Queen of Soul herself is not excused from experiencing a tragic love. So if you’re running in circles right now trying to find the right answer if it’s worth saving or not, make sure you’re sober when you make up your mind.
I Don’t Wanna Miss Thing by Aerosmith
Thanks to the film Armageddon, this song reached a lot of people and won three music awards including the MTV Video Music Award for Best Video from a Film. We can’t deny that even this song was released in 1998, its huge impact didn’t change even a single bit but instead, it grew more and attracted new young fans for the band.
For people who are still hung up on their ex-lovers and still dream of being too close to them to admire, this song is a good choice. Reminiscing those intimate moments together is probably not a good choice if you’re planning to move on but who cares? It’s just you, the mic, and the music who can hear your silent cries.