It doesn’t matter if you’re a casual music listener or a dedicated audiophile, a beginning music student or a talented musician. Whatever your music tastes, one thing is clear, music play a huge part in our lives and in our world.
It’s always interesting to talk about music, and even more so in this ever-changing digital age, when we’re not just talking about music anymore. Now we’re tweeting about it!
Here are some of the funniest tweets about music we’ve seen this week!
Listening to Maroon era Barenaked Ladies and still enjoying the music, because I’m actually your awkward step-mom.
— any other name (@direhellswan) January 19, 2015
The oddest part of having kids many years apart is hearing my six year old son sing that he has all the right junk in all the right places
— Sally McIntyre (@pottermcintyre) January 19, 2015
Choir kids when there’s an echo: I MUST SING Choir kids on the bus: I MUST SING Choir kids literally anywhere: I MUST SING
— Ally VerSteegh (@ao_versteegh) January 19, 2015
If y’all ever leave your kids with me, I will sing “Wild World” to them repeatedly.
— Mel Koay (@kayemwolfe) January 18, 2015
Whenever I sing along to Mumford and Sons, i can never decide whether to use my head or cheast voice. The struggle is real kids.
— ☯Victoria Goodcase☯ (@vgoodcase2) January 19, 2015
Dad achievement unlocked: being able to sing all the songs from Frozen with your kids
— Chuck Haines (@termleech) January 18, 2015
We should stop teaching kids to sing the alphabet. It took me 5 years to realize that “eLeMeNo” wasn’t a letter.
— •‧::‧※ﾚфv乇 ㄚ♡∪ツ※‧::‧ (@BuBaBiAnCa) January 18, 2015
kids today always take pics of their food. in my day u had to look at food, &then sing of it in a rich oral tradition to remember food u ate
— TORMNIABLY PIACKLEAS (@Tormny_Pickeals) January 6, 2015
TMI: When I’m “saving” my kids from a skinned knee, or really high monkey bars, I sing “Na na na na na na na Bat-Daaaad!” in my head.
— Jack (@TableTopGeneral) January 16, 2015
I kinda feel bad when I’m playing loud music next to a moms car but then I’m like nah it’s ok those kids need some Chief Keef in their life
— Madison Blackburn (@blackmadz) January 17, 2015
i feel sorry for kids nowadays having to grow up listening to shit music when i got the ketchup song
— Chlo (@achloeaday) January 13, 2015
okay kids, you can dress however you’d like & marry whoever you love but you are listening to quality music or you’re grounded for 6 years
— Shannon McCarthy (@_shannm) January 16, 2015
i’d imagine giving your kids a hard drive of your music doesn’t feel the same as giving them 100 cds as keepsakes.
— Shover Todd (@Smooth_Orator) January 15, 2015
Kids don’t even know who Rapunzel is, they just call her “tangled.” Then I correct it & they get mad & confused & demand I sing let it go. — 〽️agz (@Hashmaggs) January 15, 2015
Making a blanket fort while watching “Mean Girls” with a bunch of white kids who sing like Beyoncé is a totally normal thing that adults do.
— Holden Bæorana (@HoldenMaiorana) January 15, 2015
I dread the moment taylor swift shake it off comes on on the bus full of kids, but I eventually cave in and sing along with them — mikis (@and1mikis) January 14, 2015
Cool dad tip: Sing “You Are My Sunshine” to your kids at bedtime but replace “sunshine” with “butt.” It’s a huge hit.
— Zach Floyd (@floyding) January 6, 2015
It makes you feel rock and roll when your kids say you play music too loud. — Brian Greene (@brianjoebrain) January 14, 2015
when/if 5sos have kids i want them to tell their kids that they were superheroes and show them the dont stop music video and sing superhero
— shelby ! (@beautifulmuke) January 14, 2015
someone plz come over with a warm cookie and money 4 music fest tix i’ll sign over my first kid to u. asian kids are rly cute! — MeeRee (@meereeorlandini) January 14, 2015
Who Is Paul McCartney? You see kids, before PC’s & Auto-tune, there were these mythical creatures who could sing/play/write song themselves!
— Aaron Long (@rihaqyro) January 14, 2015
Today the Kindergarten class I was it burst into a sing-along of “Cool Kids” and I don’t know how I feel about that. — Melody Ekstrom (@mdemanatee) January 14, 2015
If I find out my kids can sing, then first thing I’m doing is putting them in dance and acting bc Im gonna make them little Beyoncés
— Hannah Sanders (@hannahbrooke145) January 14, 2015
Uptown Funk is that song I’ll sing when I’m 50 and I’ll embarrass my kids but I won’t care cuz I’ll be smoother than a fresh jar o skippy — Grace Hertlein (@gracewithaface) January 13, 2015