Janice Hall Heck

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More Saturday Silliness: The Cup Song and Singing Cats

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Photo Credit: Tumblr

My eight-year-old great-niece tried to teach me “The Cup Song” rhythm pattern and song. Alas, it is a bit tricky for this AARP card holder. This group in the video does it as an awesome foursome. Outstanding.

Sam, Mee, Tina, and Alex of Perfect Pitch performing “Cups”

Here’s the orignal version sung by Anna Kendrick in the Pitch Perfect film soundtrack, 2012. Beca (Anna Kendrick) freshman at Barden University, auditions for The Bellas, an all-girls a cappela singing group in the movie, “Pitch Perfect.”

Now look at how the kids do it.

Jennifer, Nadia, and Cameron sing “Some Nights” using the cup song rhythm.

Now, here’ a cup song tutorial. Have fun. Maybe you can learn to be as good as these kids. Then you can impress your own children and grandchildren.

The Last MeowCAt yawn

Hey, we can sing, too. Check this out. “Singing Cats” made for Danish TV by Joaquim Nielson. Enjoy.

Okay, now I’m exhausted.  Yawn. Time for a nap.

Meow for now. =<^,^>=

And here’s an added bonus: “A Comprehensive History of the Cup Song”:   http://www.vulture.com/2013/08/comprehensive-history-of-the-cups-phenomenon.html

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5 thoughts on “More Saturday Silliness: The Cup Song and Singing Cats

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  3. smbishop on said:

    Janice. Love your sense of humor! Look forward to following you. Glad u r following my new blogging attempt. Look forward to your comments. You r clearly living life well. Sue

    • Thanks, Sue. Nice to meet other bloggers on the other side of 50! Keep on blogging. I find it to be a lot of fun, and I have met such interesting and talented people…including you.

  4. You know, I’m quite the singer myself. If you don’t believe it, just ask me! (Trillllllls)!!

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