My boiler sometime lets out a short sharp whistle. Without fail, everytime it happens I respond with a quick 'Fun it!' and then get on with my day.
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i like to break out with LEAVING HOME AIN'T EASY....usually in my business elevator.
I'm especially fond of the falsetto part.
I sing that to people right behind their ears and they smile very briskly and sometimes applaud when i leave to my floor. Sometimes i chuckle as well. I believe they enjoy the forced intimacy of it.
I sing The Prophets Song out loud in my garden before and after breakfast. My neighbours sometimes join in but they never get the words right. There's no "shut the f**k up!" in The Prophet's Song's lyrics. Idiots.
I belt out every time "The Great Pretender" & "Somebody To Love" come on, which is most of the time because I put my fave Queen/Freddie songs on loop. It can be difficult to contain myself when I'm out in public though.
i sing a jazz rendition of I'm Going Slightly Mad with scat singing guitar solo to my son to help him sleep. very effective. (i leave out the laugh at the end, of course - but never forget the bass run-up.)
others i'd used although less successful were Save Me, Spread Your Wings, BohRhap, These Are The Days Of Our Lives and Too Much Love Will Kill You. Sometimes I use TMLWKY to set up for IGSM.
Also sometimes when I'm making tea the kettle starts whistling, and depending on the pitch I either start singing "All God's People" starting at the "Open your eyes" line after the F5, or I go into "Funny How Love Is".