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60+ Karaoke Songs For Girls To Sing | Female Karaoke Songs

You know what’s even better than girls night?

Girls karaoke night!

Karaoke is an awesome way for you and your girl squad to let loose with a few drinks and a few belt-along tunes. However, while we’re sure you’ve already got the drinks covered, choosing the songs can be a little more tricky.

That’s where we step in!

In this article, our team of musos-slash-writers-slash-karaoke-bar-experts have put together this all-encompassing list of 60+ karaoke songs for girls. We’ve included everything from female power anthems to just-plain-fun songs that fit comfortably within the standard female vocal range.

Feel free to jump around this list and find the tracks that suit you best!

The Songs

1. Since U Been Gone (Kelly Clarkson)

This classic Kelly Clarkson song may have come out years ago, but it hasn’t lost any of its magic. It will showcase your vocal range and is incredibly fun (not to mention cathartic) to sing.

2. Levitating (Dua Lipa)

Try singing this one without bopping along…it’s impossible. You and the whole girl squad will just have to dance to the catchy rhythm that has made this track an international hit.

3. Oops!… I Did It Again (Britney Spears)

This 2000’s anthem was made for karaoke. Whether you sing with Britney’s poppy twang or not, this one is a great choice for girls night.

4. If I Were a Boy (Beyoncé)

This iconic Beyoncé song was one of the first of its kind in terms of discussing gender roles. You can belt out its profound lyrics, not to mention those vintage Beyoncé riffs.   

5. I Kissed a Girl (Katy Perry)

The mysterious instrumentals mixed with a continuous build-up towards the chorus make this Katy Perry tune amazing for karaoke. Plus, the vocals are quite straightforward.  

6. Dangerous Woman (Ariana Grande)

This song is a powerhouse piece and will make any woman feel amazing while singing. It isn’t built around Ariana Grande’s impossible whistle tones and riffs, so it’s easier for the less-seasoned vocalist than many of her other songs. 

7. Come Clean (Hilary Duff)

Any Hilary Duff  song was made for karaoke. However, this one is particularly enjoyable to sing. The crowd will have to join in for the chorus simply because it’s too much fun not to!

8. Bad Romance (Lady Gaga)

Bad Romance is made for the stage. It’s dramatic and full of perfect moments to shine. Any girl can let her inner diva surface when belting out this melodious Lady Gaga classic.

9. Born to Die (Lana Del Rey)

You can’t suggest karaoke without at least considering a Lana song. Born to Die is rather easy to sing because of its moderate tempo. It also rarely strays from the middle register, making it suitable for any vocalist. 

10. You Don’t Own Me (SAYGRACE)

This song was initially released in 1963 by Leslie Gore. It quickly became a feminist anthem, covered by Joan Jett and most recently, SAYGRACE, because of its roaring vocals and incredible instrumental build-up.

11. Promiscuous (Nelly Furtado)

Promiscuous is more of a duet (with Timbaland) than a solo, however, any girl can sing both parts for a fun, throwback karaoke moment. 

(By the way, if it’s duets you’re after, we’ve got a list for that).

12. Ex’s and Oh’s (Elle King)

Though Elle King’s distinct voice may intimidate you, have no fear as this song is not overly complex for the amateur karaoke star. The clever lyrics about her many conquests are empowering for any singer. 

13. Love Story (Taylor Swift)

If you’re a Taylor Swift fan, you may not even have to look at the screen for the lyrics with this track. Love Story is a perfect acoustic pop song that will leave the girl squad (and you) uplifted and wanting more.

14. Dancing Queen (ABBA)

Any ABBA song is contagiously cheerful, but Dancing Queen may be the most feel-good song of all time. Whether you’re 15 or 25, you can sing your heart out to this timeless sing-along. 

15. Super Bass (Nicki Minaj)

Despite the speed at which Nicki raps, people tend to know these lyrics off by heart (or at least the first verse). You can jump from speak-singing to showing off your vocals on the melodious chorus.  

16. Raise Your Glass (P!nk)

P!nk wrote this song as somewhat of an ode to self-love and gratitude for those we love. Raise your glass is synonymous with “cheers to this/us/you”.

17. Good As Hell (Lizzo)

This track is an instant mood lifter. If you’re looking to get the crowd (and yourself) dancing and everyone feeling themselves, this Lizzo self-love tune is a great choice.

18. I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Whitney Houston)

The ’80s were a time for disco, dancing, big hair and big vocals. No one did it better than Whitney Houston. Especially with this song which was practically made for karaoke. 

19. Valerie (Amy Winehouse)

Though no one quite sings as Miss Winehouse did, the song isn’t too difficult vocally and its acoustic jazz sound is a pleasure for any karaoke bar audience to listen to.  

20. Wrecking Ball (Miley Cyrus)

Talk about powerhouse. There’s a reason this song’s music video has over 1 billion views on YouTube. It’s a heart-wrenching song about love and loss and is perfect for a karaoke star.

21. Bang Bang (Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, Jessie J)

The combination of artists on this track could leave anyone speechless. The vocals are full of interesting hooks and probably best for the experienced singer. However, it can also be sung without all the frills and still sound amazing. 

22. Ocean Eyes (Billie Eilish)

There’s a reason this song launched Billie Eilish into superstardom. It suits soft vocals perfectly so if you’re not trying to lose your voice, this could be a great choice.

23. Last Friday Night (Katy Perry)

This classic is for the karaoke star who just wants to have some fun up there. If you and the girls are out and ready to party, this song will surely get the night started.

24. Take a Bow (Rihanna)

Whether you’ve recently experienced a break-up or you’re simply looking for a song full of attitude, this is a great choice.

25. Landslide (Fleetwood Mac)

This song is great for a mixed-age audience as it was first released in 1975 and has since been covered by some excellent artists. It’s emotional and a lovely song to sing for all sorts of voices.

26. Million Reasons (Lady Gaga)

This Lady Gaga album, Joanne, marked a new chapter for Lady Gaga in terms of reaching into her country roots. Million Reasons is a beautiful karaoke choice because of its soulful melody and heartfelt lyrics. 

27. Girlfriend (Avril Lavigne)

If you’re less into ballads and more into an upbeat number with some great drums and guitar, then this Avril Lavigne hit is the karaoke track for you. Let your punk rock side shine with this one.  

28. Before He Cheats (Carrie Underwood)

This song is a great karaoke number because it allows you to dig deep into your vocal range. You can hold long notes and even growl throughout. Don’t forget to add that country twang!

29. Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Cyndi Lauper)

This song speaks for itself! It’s uplifting and full of confidence. Belt this one out as you dance away with your friends. 

30. If I Ain’t Got You (Alicia Keys)

You can’t call a karaoke night finished if you haven’t sung at least one Alicia Keys track. This song features a beautiful piano accompaniment as well as a soulful melody distinct to Miss Keys.

31. Bubbly (Colbie Caillat)

If you’re looking for a slower acoustic option to sing along to, Bubbly offers a perfect combination of sweet lyrics and melody. It will make your karaoke experience feel as though everyone is listening around the campfire.

32. Chandelier (Sia)

If you have a big voice and you’re ready to let it out, Chandelier is for you. The chorus can be challenging, but isn’t that what karaoke is all about?  

33. You’re So Vain (Carly Simon)

You may recall Kate Hudson singing this classic tune in the film, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. Why not re-create the magic yourself? The song is catchy and fiery, which is why we love it. 

34. Man! I Feel Like a Woman (Shania Twain)

Singing this Shania hit could brighten anyone’s day. It’s a relatively easy song to sing along to, plus you can expect the entire crowd to belt it out with you!

35. Put Your Records On (Corinne Bailey Rae)

This timeless song combines poetic lyrics with soulful sounds. You can feel any tension leaving your body when you sing along to this dreamy track. 

36. Believe (Cher)

This song feels as though it was practically made for karaoke. The melody isn’t too complicated, so you can focus on enjoying yourself while singing this upbeat ‘90s anthem.

37. Bleeding Love (Leona Lewis)

Don’t be frightened by Leona Lewis’ impressive flares and whistle tones with this one. If you can do them, then you’ll leave the audience in awe However, if you can’t, have no fear. The song still sounds amazing without all the extras.

38. Irreplaceable (Beyoncé)

When this hit was first released, people went crazy. It’s full of power, confidence, and self-love. Sing it out at karaoke and you can be sure your friends will sing along.

39. Into You (Ariana Grande)

Though some may write this one off as a song made for clubbing, we think it’s perfect for karaoke. It gives you room to show off your riffs and runs.

40. Unwritten (Natasha Bedingfield)

This hit will get crowds excited even 17 years after it was released. It’s all about being yourself and embracing who you are. Sing it out and “feel the rain on your skin”!

41. Not Ready to Make Nice (The Chicks)

This controversial hit is excellent for karaoke because of its passion and sound. Who doesn’t love country-rock?

42. Out of Love (Alessia Cara)

Though this one may leave a few audience members in tears, it lets you show off your falsetto. This heart-breaking song is full of beautiful high notes and stunning rhythms. 

43. Holding Out for a Hero (Bonnie Tyler)

You’ll immediately be transported to the ‘80s singing this iconic number. It’s fun to sing and not too difficult musically. 

44. Sorry (Beyoncé)

Talk about power. Sorry is all about being unapologetic (ironically). This one is cathartic in many ways, so let it out!

45. Barbie Girl (Aqua)

If you’re just looking to get up there and have a good time, this song is perfect. You can sing it in the high-pitched “Barbie-esque” voice and laugh with your friends. It’s a crowd-pleaser!

46. When I Grow Up (The Pussycat Dolls)

This throwback is perfect for karaoke because it’s straightforward vocally and the beat is great to move to. 

46. I Love It (Charli XCX)

I love it is a song that puts anyone in a carefree, fun-loving mood. It’s upbeat, loud, and a blast to sing so grab your girls and belt your heart out. 

47. Sweet Escape (Gwen Stefani)

Sweet Escape has some great “woo–hoos” for anyone looking to showcase their ability to sing high notes. It has some very fast lyric moments so be sure you have your eyes on that screen!

48. Mr. Brightside (The Killers)

This one will have the audience going crazy. Though The Killers may be men, it’s not too complicated to sing as a woman. You can use your most punk, early 2000’s voice with this one. 

49. Somebody to Love (Queen)

This rock-opera hit is perfect for karaoke with its quiet to loud build-ups, repetition that will get the crowd singing, and beautiful melody that will put anyone’s voice into its best light. 

50. Work It (Missy Elliott)

This early 2000’s number has an iconic beat and some attitude-full lyrics. You will have a ball singing (and most likely dancing) to Missy. 

51. Umbrella (Rihanna)

If one song can put you into a feel-good mindset more than any other, it may be this Rihanna classic. So, let the beat play and channel that Rihanna energy.  

52. Baby (Justin Bieber)

Maybe Baby was written for Justin, but because he was so young and his voice was relatively high, it’s perfect for a girl or woman to sing karaoke-style. 

53. My Heart Will Go On (Céline Dion)

Warning: you may shed some tears while singing, but we think that adds to the performance! This classic featured in The Titanic will have everyone thinking of young Leo DiCaprio.

54. I Say a Little Prayer (Aretha Franklin)

No one does it like Aretha – but we can try. First released in 1968, this song has been covered and sung across the world for years and it never fails.

55. Someone Like You (Adele)

The piano introduction is enough for you to get the tissues out. However, this Adele number is excellent for showing off your vocal power and leaves room for vocal liberties all over the place.

56. Shallow (Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper)

Whether you do it as a duet with your friend or sing both parts yourself, Shallow is perfect for karaoke. It’s emotional, not too complicated, and simply beautiful. The audience likely knows all the lyrics so don’t be surprised if you have some backup vocals!

57. Hopelessly Devoted To You – from Grease (Olivia Newton-John)

For any musical theatre lover out there, this one’s for you. You can sing the softer moments in that Olivia Newton-John style and then break out the big vocals on the chorus. 

58. Driver’s License (Olivia Rodrigo)

You can’t karaoke nowadays without at least considering some Olivia Rodrigo. It’s a blast to sing and not overly difficult either. 

59. Material Girl (Madonna)

Anything Madonna was made for karaoke but perhaps, especially Material Girl. It’s rather easy to sing and suits all sorts of voices. 

60. Say So (Doja Cat)

This one is fun and flirty. If you want to show off that falsetto, Say So provides ample opportunity to do so. 

Closing Thoughts

We’re sure this list has spoiled you for choice when it comes to your next girls’ karaoke night!

If your voice sits in the lower end of the female register, why not check out our list of karaoke songs for low female voices next?

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