We've all been there, I think. At some point, you listen to a song, and you'll join in! My question is, if you do, what's your preference? For me, I'll switch around as the song plays. Since I'm actually an Alto, it's easier for me to do the lower parts, or to sing the vocals a couple tones below the actual song, creating a lower harmony. Other times, I'll sing and weave a harmony, sometimes going higher than the artist, sometimes lower. Sometimes, I'll just sing along with it. My favorite though is when there's three or four vocal parts going on at the same time. Like in the song Chauffeur, by Sleepthief and Kirsty Hawkshaw, at 4:17, there are three parts: 1. "Si---ng blue silver, si---ng blue silver" high range, wispy sounding. 2. "Sing, Sing, sing blue silver, sing, sing, sing blue silver" Which is lower, more in the range for someone like me. If you don't pay attention, you might actually miss low parts like this. 3. "With your beating heart" Going back to the chorus a little, this part's like a stairway. Starts off low and ends high. I like singing part two, but anyone can tell you in situations like that, I'll jump around. So if you can't hear the music, it'll sometimes make me look insane when I'm singing this. So what do you do?