5 Easy Songs to Sing for Females

These are 5 Easy songs for female singers that you can start singing now and sound great. They have short vocal ranges and easy to follow rhythms but they are still fun to sing. These easy songs to sing are fit for female singers that are beginners or if you want to pick a quick song to master. Start practicing now!

Lyric Videos
Love Song:
Da Doo Ron Ron:
To Make You Feel My Love:
Malibu:
Mamma Mia:

84 thoughts on “5 Easy Songs to Sing for Females”

    1. Hi Jan Løkke Rasmussen. Thanks for the suggestion. That is a great idea! I will make that video within the next few weeks 🙂

    1. +Singgeek you should do a video where you list songs that could be used as lyric pranks for crush, bff, etc, that would be awesome to see!❤

    1. Hi Tertto Pirko. I know it can be really frustrating when your voice do not sound the way that you want. I have been there too! Is there anything specific that you are working on improving? I’d love to help with any questions you have 🙂

    1. Thank you 🙂 Not sure why your comment ended up in the spam folder but just saw it now sorry and thanks so much for watching!

    2. Singgeek No problem! Congrats for your amazing channel, I hope you continue with this! Your video helped me and my friends so much…at school, our homework was to sing a song in front of the entire class, and that was quite hard because we don’t know how to sing. I only play the piano. And guess what…we had the second best note! Thank you! Since I was little I sing every single day and try really hard with my bestie. Our dream is to become singers ❤

    3. +Natalia Tablet Wow I had no idea. Congrats! So happy to hear that you had the courage to sing in front of your class. That can be a bit scary! It’s stories like yours that makes me love being a teacher. Thanks for sharing and keep singing!

    1. Hi Dark horse, That’s a great idea! I have a few other videos planed for the next two weeks but then I’ll make another song video for sure. Do you have specific style that you like? I can make sure to include a song in that style 😉

    2. Hi beautiful, Thanks for the response, about my style I’m into pop and hip hop.😁
      And my request to you is to make a video on how to sing better. thanks again

    1. Nanna-Sif Jørgensen

      Sorry but, as an amateur singer with poor technique, and a bad range I found the song to be super easy and helpful for me 😀

    2. Thanks for the feedback. In general I find that my beginner students have success with this song. I appreciate your point that it might not feel that way to everyone. Thank you 🙂

  1. I’ve recently started having singing lessons (4 months) I’m a perfectionist which my teacher keeps telling me isn’t good when it comes to singing 🙈 Do you have any tips to strengthen my head voice I don’t like hearing my head voice because I think it sounds weak, even though my singing teachers says I have a good range, I just want to be able to belt some ballads out comfortably. I love watching your videos I’ve learnt a lot from them. Thanks!! ❤️

    1. girl, your not the only one, my tip is to try figure out why it doesn’t sound nice, like hitting high notes or low notes, i have the same problem, but over time i learn’t to accept it….. hope i helped xx

    2. Hi. I am a singer and voice teacher. First of all, having a voice teacher is a great first step towards being a better singer so way to go on that! I recommend that you use your head voice! If you want to have a good sense of freedom when you sing, having a good understanding of what your “head” voice sounds like and knowledge of how to use your “head” voice is important. I put quotes around the word because I think the head/chest voice concepts can often limit us. If you haven’t already, establish some strength building exercises like 5 note major scales or slides through your range using head voice as a regular part of your warmup routine. Something simple. I suggest this to be your first or second warm up. That will help you become more comfortable and confident about that sound in your voice. Of course, “chest” voice is awesome too! It’s important to understand that head voice/lighter sounds in our voice offer different tones, colors, emotional expression that can’t be conveyed through chest voice only. Embrace the head voice!

    3. Alison’s World

      +Zelina Star Thank you so much for your reply and advice, I always do about 15 minutes warm up before I start singing. 🙂

    1. Thanks for watching and for your nice comment even though it was not what you were looking for. Let me know if I can help in any way 🙂

    1. That’s so great to hear! Thank you so much for letting me know. I wish you all the best on your singing journey 🙂

  2. MysticalSongPrincess

    I find ‘Issues’ by Hailey Reese to be quite easy but unfortunately I don’t think there’s a backing track for it.

    1. MysticalSongPrincess thanks for suggesting this song. This is the first time I’ve heard it and I agree it’s a good beginner song. She sings softly with some head voice in a light way that would be great for a beginner that wants to learn head voice. Great find!

  3. Leonardo Weiss Ribeiro

    Funny… based on the title I thought this video was about songs guys could sing to girls to make the girls like them.

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