The song I really like to sing is Get Out of Denver by Bob Seger. I've been trying to sing it all the way through for years but it's too fast for me. I always have to stop and take a breath somewhere while Seger's still singing. That song takes some serious breath control.
The only place I've found the song is on his Live Bullet album. If you're a Bob Seger fan and you haven't heard it, you can listen to some of it free on iTunes.
Rip This Joint, by the Rolling Stones is fun to sing.
I'll sing anything by The Beatles. Or at least I'll sing the parts of songs with notes I can hit,
Some Beach Boys songs, Little Deuce Coupe, Fun, Fun, Fun, Wouldn't It Be Nice, Good Vibrations, A whole bunch of others.
I like to sing girl group songs from Ronnie and the Ronettes, The Shirelles, Diana Ross and the Supremes, Gladys Knight and the Pips...
AC/DC songs, Eagles songs, Bruce, Zeppelin, Aerosmith, The Who songs...
I keep a tambourine in the car and I ride down the Garden State Parkway singing at the top of my lungs and keeping time with the tambourine banging against the steering wheel. I get strange looks from people...
Every Thanksgiving I sing Alice's Restaurant with Arlo Guthrie.
And always Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly and Little Richard songs.
I listen to my classic rock radio station or YouTube in the shower. In the car I listen to Sirius radio (usually the Beatles) or a custom made rock playlist my brother made and put on a flashdrive for me. That being said, I will sing to any Beatles or Fleetwood Mac song that comes on. These are my favs to sing to, in no particular order: