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    sing along your song, or sing along to your song, or sing along with your song?

    Sing along your song, or sing along to your song, or sing along with your song?

    I heard an RJ saying "sing along to your song".

    I wonder if the other two sentences are correct!

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    Re: sing along your song, or sing along to your song, or sing along with your song?

    I prefer "with".
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    Re: sing along your song, or sing along to your song, or sing along with your song?

    What's an RJ?

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    Re: sing along your song, or sing along to your song, or sing along with your song?

    Like bhaisahab, I prefer "with" but "to" is not wrong. The only one that's incorrect is "sing along your song".

    If an RJ is a "radio jockey", you should know that they're called DJs (disc jockeys). The same term is used for people who play music on a music system at a club or a party. It's possible to use "radio disc jockey" to differentiate the ones on the radio from the others.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: sing along your song, or sing along to your song, or sing along with your song?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    What's an RJ?
    Radio jokey

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    Re: sing along your song, or sing along to your song, or sing along with your song?

    Quote Originally Posted by Babarbutt View Post
    Radio jockey.
    Please see the final part of post #4.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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