The 12:54 to Asgard (2010)
Your singing is terrific!
In the spirit of the plugh and xyzzy responses pages, I thought I might try a sing responses page as well. Sing is a standard verb but it's a rare game where it's actually useful. Responses to sing are often as whimsical and pointless as any response to xyzzy, but somehow, a lot fewer people complain that sing is "old" or kill the PC for daring to sing, regardless how inappropriate singing might be within the context of the game.
Authors and beta-testers should take note: a default response to sing might not make much sense if the player character is not human, is gagged, is carrying something in their mouth, doesn't have a mouth, is mute, has laryngitis, is seriously ill, is underwater or swimming, is in airless space, is choking on noxious or poisonous gas, is using a snorkel or other breathing apparatus, is hiding or sneaking around, or if any other people are nearby.
The 12:54 to Asgard (2010)
Your singing is terrific!
1958: Dancing With Fear (2017)
You were always more of a dancer.
50 Shades of Jilting (2014)
You begin snapping your fingers rhythmically. Sam raises an eyebrow, then as you open your mouth, sits forward expectantly.
♩ Like the moon throughout the night,
like a fall from a great height,
as the dark succeeds the light:
all things must end! ♩
♪ It's not that there has been another
I've been keeping undercover,
I'm just demoting you from lover
to a friend!♪
(And then the bridge comes in:)
♫ It's not the fault of anything you said or did,
It's not because the very thought of you makes me deranged,
It's not because you always made me flip my lid --
It's simply time my love life situation changed!♫
(At this point a songbird alights upon your shoulder, having flown in the open front door unobserved, and whistles an instrumental solo with some interesting harmonic progressions. Eventually, it stops whistling, defecates on your shoulder, and flies back out. Time to wrap this number up with a big finish!)
♬ You'll learn the joys of cooking food for one,
be pickier about who you shun,
see singledom can be so fun
now that you've been bumped! ♬
♩ I hope I didn't ruin your day,
I just didn't want to be too clichéd:
surely this was the... most... musical... way...
you could have been dumped! ♬
Sam stands up in applause, shouting "Encore!" through a tear-streaked face.
*** Then the audience settles down, in anticipation of the second movement ***
69,105 Keys (2009)
"You can't ride in my little wagon,
The front seat's broken, and the back wheel's saggin'.
Chug. Chug. Chug chug chug.
Next verse, the same as the first!
A little bit LOUDER and a little bit WORSE!"
You are not one given to song.
What with the tension or the moisture, you only manage to produce a hoarse, entirely unmusical, croaking.
Absence of Law (2017)
I don't remember any more besides this: "Now Flash and Java had come to the desktops of the Computers to free their CPU time, and had brought with them a great ransom of free trials: moreover they bore in their hand the seal of HTTPS wreathed with a suppliant's icon and they besought the Computers, but most of all the two sons of Atreus, who were their administrators."
That's all for now.
> sing song
SING seems to be a synonym of SAY in this game.
The Act of Misdirection (2004)
The crowd is not here to hear your arias. They are here to see your Ariel.
Hm. Are there other responses in other locations once off the stage?
Adventurer's Consumer Guide (2007)
Absolutely not. On your last product-testing mission you had an accident involving a bunch of drunken cultists, a defunct Mind Control Ray Weapon and a mutant sacrificial goat, and therefore you happen to be the high priest of the Temple of Tentacles, and thus any singing you do would result in the summoning of He Who Must Not Be Mentioned (Hastur).
The Adventures of Houdini (2012)
You squeak with great eloquence.
Aesthetic Deletions (2003)
Alas! You sound awful.
Someone might notice.
Being an accomplished opera singer, you regale the empty room with a beautiful aria.
Sing a sad song... You start off singing softly to yourself; what must appear to be but a mumble to the other shoppers. But then you slowly get louder and louder until everyone in the shop is glancing nervously at you. It seems the more you sing the more uncomfortable everyone gets. You stop, chuckle. Then continue with your shopping; the aisles seem more empty somehow.
But, but, people might hear you!
Alcohol solves everything (2007)
If you could sing, you would have tried for a career in the music business - as it is, you choose to only display your abilities (loudly) in the privacy of the shower room.
There is a shower, and you can remove your clothes, enter the shower, close it, and turn it on, but you still can't sing.
The Algophilists' Penury (2012)
Our voices wail in disunity as we revel in our precipitious cacophony, blocking out all that is mellifluous.
All Roads (2001)
All Things Devours (2004)
You sing out a few clear notes.
The Amazing Uncle Griswold (2005)
The desire to burst into song is one best suppressed considering the state of your singing voice.
You try, but your heart's not in it.
And A Hippo New Year (2012)
You bellow out "mini cheddars!" a few times.
Andromeda Apocalypse (2012)
You can't remember any song suiting the occasion.
Another Terminal Beach (2011)
He started singing to himself, though not loud enough to disturb.
You consider singing one of the songs you remember from school, but decide that this isn't the time.
an apple from nowhere (2001)
The Argument-Winner's Ghost (2013)
"God, your taste in music--you're nice and all but..." says Harley.
The Art of Fugue (2010)
Attack of the Yeti Robot Zombies (2006)
Singing is for sissies!
Augmented Fourth (2000)
Singing was never your forte.
It sounds as if the minstrels have things well in hand. No need to go spoiling things.
Aunts and Butlers (2006)
You're not in the mood.
You could hum any song or piece of music in a low voice.
Back To Life... Unfortunately (2004)
Funnily enough, you're not in the mood for singing.
The Baker of Shireton (2015)
Your lusty reel paints the air with melody:
The Baron (2006)
The Bean Stalker (2018)
You give a stirring performance of "MacArthur Park". Bravo!
Bear Creek (2014)
You sing along to "The Best of My Love", but you have to make up most of it.
A Bear's Night Out (1998)
`If you go into the woods today...'
A Beauty Cold and Austere (2017)
You belt out a few lines from "[one of]Finite Simple Group (of Order Two)[or]I Will Derive[or]Lobachevsky[or]New Math[or]Nonagon[or]Triangle Man[or]William Rowan Hamilton[at random]."
A Beginning (2004)
You carol joyously.
He is performing a short hymn in your honour, sir.
The Best Man (2000)
You hum a few lines of "," but stop before you completely embarrass yourself.
If you're on the plane, the song titles include: Fly Like an Eagle; Mighty Wings; Takin' a Ride (on Heavy Metal).
If you're on the train, the song titles include: Chattanooga Choo-Choo; Crazy Train; The Locomotion; My Baby Takes the Morning Train; Someone's in the Kitchen With Dinah.
Best of Three (2001)
You're not much of a singer.
Beyond Division (2015)
There is no response to your signal. Who would respond here, though? You're a lone wolf now, after all.
The Bible Retold: The Bread and the Fishes (2006)
You start to sing the melody to "Jerusalem", before remembering that it hasn't been written yet.
The Bible Retold: The Lost Sheep (2010)
Your herd winces at your terrible singing voice.
The Big Mama (2000)
Oh, geez, is somebody strangling a cat?
The Black Lily (2014)
As a principle, I don't. It would be unmanly.
The Blind House (2010)
I hum quietly to myself.
Blue Chairs (2004)
You're not very good at singing.
Blue Lacuna (2008)
You sing quietly, an old song you learned as a child, forgotten for years until surfacing now.
Body Bargain (2012)
You tentatively sing out a few bars from the Little Mermaid. Fortunately, your voice seems to work fine. In fact, it sounds rather good! You were always a fair singer, so the operation has caused no major changes to your vocal talents.
Book and Volume (2005)
A few verses from the Yoyodyne Songbook well outward from your being and into the air, which surprises even you.
Broken Legs (2009)
"It's OK," Kassie offers. "Sometimes I fuck up too."
Seraphina's stopped singing. Too bad she's also got a vomitous glare-face. "I went here to get away from bad singing," she snaps. "Not to hear more."
You make a little noise, to cheer yourself. Then stop again, when you remember that it is a song he taught you.
The Bryant Collection (2009)
Your singing is passable.
Buck the Past (2017)
You'd probably let off a sick mew (or moo) and be assessed a tuning fine, or worse. Not even washing you mouth with opera soap would help.
You sing a little melody.
Also: The Chasing; Puddles on the Path; Sardoria.
Buried in Shoes (2008)
You sing to hear the echoes. They dance about you.
Business As Usual (2008)
You sing a song about your most recent adventures.
Byzantine Perspective (2009)
Although you certainly feel inspired by the grandeur of the [name of the current room], you feel that it may be tactically unwise to burst into song.
The Cabal (2004)
You're not a singer.
You sing a song you heard on the radio once, unusual in that you remember all its lyrics perfectly.
Cana According To Micah (2011)
You hum the tune of a dimly-remembered song about a celebration of lifebeing far from the home you lovematchmakingSabbath prayerssunrises, sunsets, and the passage of timetraditionwhat you'd do if you were a rich manwonders and miracles.
Candy Rush Saga (2014)
You were terrible at it, even when alive.
Captain Verdeterre's Plunder (2013)
"Au clair de la lune, something, something..." Hmm.
Your singing is as bad as your writing.
The Case of LeAnne's Missing Bunny, Wendy (2015)
Hoist up the John B's sail
See how the mainsail sets
Call for the captain ashore
Let me go home
Castle of the Red Prince (2013)
"Why sit ye here upon my grave, and will not let me sleep?" you sing. "One kiss of your lily-white lips is all that I do crave."
Catch That Haggis (2001)
You emit a few tuneless squawks.
If you think that will help.
Also: The Adventures of the President of the United States; Artifiction; Coming Out of the Closet; King Arthur's Night Out; Lost In New York; SpeedIF 11, part six; The Story of Morris the Chicken Being Helped by a Squirrel; There Is No Bread.
You haven't sang in public since that incident in Liverpool, and you're not about to start now.
Chicks Dig Jerks (1999)
You start humming.
Chico and I Ran (2000)
That would be rather embarrassing.
Child's Play (2006)
You don't have speech down yet.
The Chinese Room (2007)
The hills are alive. Which in any other context would be positively terrifying, but it's only the sound of music.
City of Secrets (2003)
Something about the presence of the Dark Lady makes you not want to make an idiot of yourself.
The Clock (2000)
You hum a tune from a Mozart opera.
Coffee Quest II (2002)
In a high pitched whine you let rip: Tralalah lalala lah!
My what a beautiful voice you have.
Also: Escape from the Arboretum.
Coke Is It! (1999)
"I'd like to teach the world to sing
In perfect harmony.
I'd like to buy the world a Coke,
And keep it company!
Color the Truth (2016)
You don't really feel like singing.
Conan Kill Everything (2005)
Conan's singing is abominable.
Concrete Paradise (2002)
You clear your throat and sing, "Do, re, me, fa, so, la, te, do!".
[This is serious.]
Couch of Doom (2010)
Counterfeit Monkey (2012)
I prefer not to exercise my singing voice in company. (That includes you.)
The Cove (2000)
You sing a few lines of your favorite tune.
Also: Inevitable (by Fischer); Masquerade; Prized Possession; Redemption.
Critical Breach (2010)
The Cross of Fire (2003)
You would prefer your violin.
Your singing is terrible.
Darkiss! Wrath of the Vampire - Chapter 1: the Awakening (2015)
You sing a song to the devil, without achieving any (apparent) help.
Also: Darkiss! Wrath of the Vampire - Chapter 2: Journey to Hell.
Dead Like Ants (2009)
You sing a brief song of hard work and self sacrifice.
Death Off the Cuff (2010)
No, silly; you need to make the murderer sing.
Death To My Enemies (1999)
Well, you're just a regular Dylan Hicks now, aren't you?
There is a reason why you serve in God's Army, rather than His Choir.
Deja Vu (1993)
Your yodelling is atrocious, if you say so yourself.
Delphina's House (2015)
You break into song, then stop when you can't think of anything that rhymes with "hamster."
Your mouth opens and closes, but no audible sound emerges.
Dial C for Cupcakes (2014)
Dinner Bell (2012)
You sing a little song about . Dr. Beagle .
Random song topics include: fingertips; going down to Cowtown; how you can't find your aspirin; mammals; metal detectors; prosthetic foreheads; smoke machines; this guy called Chess Piece Face; tokens back to Brooklyn; whistling in the dark; your favorite ape, Cornelius; your favorite Belgian painter.
Random reactions include: cocks an ear at you; covers his head with his labcoat and whines; howls in pain; hums along under his breath; looks at you like you're a weirdo; tries not to tap his feet.
Dinner with Andre (2000)
You hum tunelessly.
Divis Mortis (2010)
It's not even a trope that the person singing gets killed first because not even people in the movies are dumb enough to draw attention to themselves like that.
The Djinni Chronicles (2000)
I could not sing.
I sing a little song.
Also: The Magician's Niece.
Down and Out at the Big Creepy House on the Poison Lake (2009)
My singing is abominable.
Down, the Serpent and the Sun (2015)
You murmur a ritual chant under your breath.
Downtown Tokyo Present Day (1998)
A prod from your neighbour: "Hey, buddy, Julie Andrews you ain't!"
Dr. Dumont's Wild P.A.R.T.I. (1999)
Dreams Run Solid (2001)
The air molecules march in time to your song.
The Duel in the Snow (2009)
You have never had a terribly good voice, Victor Pavlovich. Better not.
Earl Grey (2009)
Good is not the word
East Grove Hills (2010)
What's the point of singing if you can't hear me sing? Actually, that's probably a good thing.
Endless Sands (2015)
You've never been too confident about your singing voice. You'd rather not risk anyone hearing you.
You never were any good at singing.
English Suburban Garden (2001)
You sing quietly to yourself.
One single moment is not enough time to do that.
Enlightened Master (2017)
You chant a mantra of compassion.
You sing a rousing marching song about your unit's sexual exploits.
The Epitome of Toastlessness (2003)
...a song about TOAST? Sure. But it isn't getting you any!
Eric's Gift (2002)
You are in no mood to sing, right now.
The Erudition Chamber (2003)
Singing is not a skill that is generally taught to novices, best to stick to thinking your way through this.
Escape From Summerland (2012)
Escape In The Dark (2010)
You'd rather keep quiet if it's at all possible.
Its webs of living gauze no more unfurl;
Wrecked is the ship of pearl!
And every chambered cell,
Where its dim dreaming life was wont to dwell,
As the frail tenant shaped his growing shell,
Before thee lies revealed,-
Its irised ceiling rent, its sunless crypt unsealed!
An Evening at the Ransom Woodingdean Museum House (2016)
Ex Materia (2018)
Professional singers usually build their careers around one specific musical genre, such as classical or rock, although there are singers with crossover success (singing in more than one genre).
The Example of the Chicken Sexer (2013)
"There, there little chiiiicken," you gently croon. "Eeeeverything's fine."
To your surprise, it seems to work. The chicken peeks out from beneath its wings. After a while, it seems to decide that you aren't so dangerous after all, and emerges completely. It looks up at you with big innocent eyes.
You sing a song to yourself about your most recent adventures.
"Thing? What thing? Where?"
Faithful Companion (2013)
You sing a bit of Thurnley's favorite hymn. The echoes soon die away.
Fake News (2017)
I fondly recall my mum asking where the money went – for my singing lessons – and decide not to.
Fan Interference (2011)
You're too sober to forget you sing off-key, so you think better of belting out the embarrassing stuff people go in for at ballgames.
The Fat Lardo And The Rubber Ducky (2003)
"La-la-la-laaaaaaaaaaa!!! Ta-ta-tararam-tararira!!! La-Laaaaaaaaaaa!!!!" The world is stunned! Your voice... your voice... was that a voice??? I mean... what the hell was that???
You are too shy to raise your voice, and just hum tunelessly.
Film At Eleven (2001)
Astonishingly enough, no nearby glass breaks.
Final Exam (2015)
You do not need to do that.
Finding Martin (2005)
You should put the name of the song that you want to sing in double quotes; for example, SING "DO RE MI".
You belt out a few random notes.
Finish your Foe! (2018)
The ancient tune you've learned demands to be sung, so you begin to hum it. Uncertain, your brother takes a few steps back, holding the Thornblade in front of his as if it were a shield. The song has risen to a chant, and the world beyond the yard seems to fade away. Realizing what you must be planning, Piet begins to charge, but your voice rises to the level of a chorus and keeps him at bay, even pushing him back. You try to whisper an apology in between verses, but it remains a thought as the yard in front of you, Piet in front of you, fades beyond black. The song reaches its climax as you fall back into reality with half of the old yard, and the rest falls into another plane. No longer holding back your tears, you say your goodbyes.
*** You have condemned your brother to an unknown world. ***
Beginning with a hum, you begin a liturgy that has been sealed for an eternity, and for good reason. It may have been an important contributor to the Chaos Age, and using it runs the risk of repeating that dark age. But it has been unsealed somehow, and you feel that it may have been for this fight specifically. As your liturgy reaches its climax, it seems that the red queen realizes what this liturgy will do, even if it predates her by ages. "Fool! Stop this at once! This will destroy..."
But it is too late. Hielon enters this world, in violation of the Covenant of Eternity, and light obliterates you, and your immediate surroundings.
*** You have seen the splendor of Hielon ***
You sing a mystical tune that has been passed down in your village for generations, said to appease the shadow serpent. You've questioned its utility, especially considering your village's fate, but it can't hurt to try it out anyways. As the serpent emerges, swaying to the tune of the song, you begin to wonder whether the villagers made a mistake in the song... until it is over you, devouring you in a single gulp.
*** The serpent's song was a mockery. ***
The Fire Tower (2004)
You sing a few lines of a No Doubt tune you heard on the radio earlier this morning. "Oh I'm just a girl... all pretty and petite... so don't let me have any rights. Oh-ohhhh! I've had it up to here!"Police tune you heard on the radio earlier this morning. "Roxanne... You don't have to put on the red light. ROOOXANNE!"Stevie Nicks tune you heard on the radio earlier this morning. "Stand back! Stand back! In the middle of my rooom I did not hear from yooou." Yeah... that ought to keep the bears away for a bit. Let's hope no one else heard that, hm?
Fish Dreams (2013)
That's not really applicable to you.
Flight of the Hummingbird (2010)
You haven't come up with a properly dramatic theme tune yet.
You know few songs, and none of them seem quite appropriate here.
Flotsam and Driftwood (2014)
You sing a merry little tune.
A Fly On The Wall, or An Appositional Eye (2017)
Foo Foo (2016)
You hate singing.
For A Change (1999)
Words tumble and float from you, and brighten your eyes.
Four In One (1998)
You don't have much ability for that.
The Fox, The Dragon, and The Stale Loaf of Bread (2005)
Your singing is delightful.
The Frenetic Five vs. Mr. Redundancy Man (1999)
You have an agreement with the rest of your team: They don't leave dirty socks in the living room, and you don't sing. You're the only one to hold up your end of this bargain, but you don't want to start setting a bad example now.
If the Validator is present, they will validate your action, whatever it is.
The Frenetic Five vs. The Seven Deadly Dwarves (2002)
You have an agreement with the rest of your team: They don't leave dirty socks in the living room, and you don't sing. So far you're the only one to hold up your end of this bargain, but you don't want to start setting a bad example now.
The Game Formerly Known as Hidden Nazi Mode (2010)
You sing the theme song to the Care Bears.
I'm too tired and hungry to consider singing.
Gilded: The Lily and the Cage (2005)
You burst into song. To your great surprise the drunken, passed out man suddenly bolts upright. He slings an arm around your shoulder and you both stagger around the room, singing an old tavern song as the other patrons look on in amusement.
"O'er mountain, o'er valley
through the forests, through the plains
lies this land of pomp and splendour
treasures vary, gilded chains
See the shadows softly lying
see the gold in the sun
Sea of rainbows, sea of jewels
sparkle, glitter, burn and run
All is gold, all is silver
everchanging, all the same
price of finding, price of catching
shoulder this and bear the blame
This love is ephemeral
this love is set in stone
My soul for this jewel
for this heart walks alone
Coins in the flowers
gems in the trees
flesh bound to earth
and spirit in the breeze.
King of the phantoms
wisps through the age
my soul for this kingdom
gild the lily, gild the cage!"
As soon as the last note vanishes into the air, your fellow singer collapses back unto his table and proceeds to snore away.
Leave that to Canon, the deity of song.
A Good Breakfast (1997)
But as the stars are going out, And the stage is full of nothing, And the friends have all but gone, For my life, my God I'm singing... -- Dubstar, "Stars"
Your singing is abominable.
Goodbye Cruel Squirrel (2017)
You let out a few sharp chirps.
Goose, Egg, Badger (2004)
You sing Alex's theme song: "Alex the Ape! The horrible, terrible ape..."
Got ID? (2000)
Oddly, Island Records, Inc. executives swarm up to offer you a contract. You become a famous rock star-- for about six months, with your one-hit wonder song "The Ballad of Daddy-Husband and His Quivering, Frightened Bride." Deanna Vale's party becomes the least of your concerns, what with the heroin addiction you develop.
*** Your life goes on, in much the manner you always expected it would ***
I started singing to myself, though not loud enough to disturb.
You do enjoy the occasional burst of song, but as your roommates at cooking school pointed out, you can't carry a tune in a bucket.
The Grand Quest (2009)
You don't feel like it.
You hum a few bars of your favorite Celtic tune but can't manage to get the pitch right...probably best anyway, your music teacher never did give you many compliments.
Gris et Jaune (2010)
A garbled, wet noise is all you can manage.
Groove Billygoat (2014)
You can't think of anything to sing right now except songs you learned in the precinct, and those would clearly give away your identity as law enforcement.
The Guardian (2011)
I lift my head slightly, and open my mouth to sing.
But no sound comes out, and after a moment, I cease trying.
You hum aimlessly for a few minutes.
Harmonic Time-Bind Ritual Symphony (2016)
You start with a bit of Mozart's Marriage of Figaro, move on to a few of your favorite Wu-Tang verses, and conclude with a heartfelt imitation of how IU would sound singing Ripple by the Grateful Dead.
Haunted House (2011)
No, no, I didn't do that... did I? Well, I can imagine I did anyway... So I sung. Felt silly. Didn't help at all.
The way Doc and Rose looked at me suggested they certainly agreed.
Headless, Hapless (2013)
Your voice comes out all waily.
La la la.
Hello Sword (2005)
I'll do it only for a good reason.
Heroine's Mantle (2000)
Hey, Jingo! (2002)
Hill of Souls (2013)
Her singing was abominable.
History Repeating (2005)
That's not a talent you possess.
HOLY ROBOT EMPIRE (2014)
You sing a verse of code, quite off-key.
The Homework of Little Carl Gauss (2004)
You sing a merry little tune. Where did you hear it? Hmmmm...
You got a right fine voice. Just not for singing.
Hornets' Nest (2014)
You start to sing a simple tune, but that only seems to agitate the hornets more.
How to Win at Rock Paper Scissors (2016)
Hunger Daemon (2014)
"It's the end of the world as we know it
It's the end of the world as we know it
It's the end of the world as we know it
And I feel fine."
The other people in the station look at me, angry perhaps, but it's a passive, disinterested anger, as if I'm mocking them but they don't really care. It's too bad I don't really feel fine. I wish I felt fine. Perhaps another song would help me feel that way:
"Don't panic: when they tell you it's the end of the world
Don't panic: when they say that the white flag's been unfurled
Don't panic: when an atom bomb comes knocking at your door
Don't panic: when they say you can't stay here anymore
Somehow I still feel just as empty as ever, and the others here in the station look no happier either, perhaps even a bit more annoyed. There is a strange music in the air, the sound of human voices saying something, toneless, dispassionate, surely words, but no words I can make out. It is said that music soothes the savage beast; perhaps we can personify armaggedon as just such a beast, and sing to save our lives? No, who am I kidding, we're doomed. We're so utterly doomed. I break into song again:
"Come armageddon, come armageddon, come!
Every day is like Sunday
Every day is silent and grey..."
I suddenly realize that the station seems strangely crowded, although perhaps not literally; it is more that the density of people per unit volume is massively increased in an area immediately around me. As I feel impacts on my chest, my legs, my head, some of that strange floating sound I can finally resolve clearly, in snatches:
"I'm not going to my grave listening to that such..."
"I wouldn't mind so much if that singing were in tune..."
*** I have lost ***
Courtney Love you're not.
Your singing is, quite frankly, not good.
IF Progressive One (2009)
Weeks of caterwauling along with off-key kids has made you loathe singing. Even in private - you hear them in your mind, like some sadistic Greek chorus.
Illuminismo Iniziato (2018)
You belt out the lyrics to a few Oxbridge ditties.
"Oh dear," states Crystal, "I don't know how on earth you're going to pass third-year chanting."
In a Manor of Speaking (2012)
Been practising at Karaoke bars, huh?
In The End (1996)
Not wanting to disturb the proceedings, you keep your mouth shut.
Inside Woman (2009)
You don't want to embarrass yourself.
You have no external speakers with which to produce noise such as singing.
Internal Vigilance (2005)
Your Agency training did not include singing.
The Invisible Argonaut (2003)
Hmmm... what to sing?
Before you can think logically about it, the following escapes your lips... "Na na-na na-naaaa na!" you mock, sticking out your tongue afterwards for good measure.
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Perhaps this isn't the best time to take up singing.
Invisible Parties (2014)
You don't have much of a voice, and this doesn't seem like the place for it.
The Island of Doctor Wooby (2015)
The Island of Infinity (2003)
Your singing is awful!
It's Easter, Peeps! (2006)
You bellow the first song that comes to mind, which is, oddly enough, "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town."
"You may be rushing the season just a wee bit," the shopkeeper comments.
Jack Toresal and The Secret Letter (2009)
No way. Your singing is enough to make your friend Holstenoffer wince, and he can stomach anything.
Jacks or Better to Murder, Aces to Win (1999)
Although you're a good singer, now isn't the time.
Jarod's Journey (2000)
Jarod sings a soft song that reminds him of God's power and glory.
Jeffrey the Homicidal Mimic (2009)
You hum a little tune.
Journey from an Islet (2001)
You sing a few notes, but they do not carry vary far.
You hum a little melody.
The few times you've tried - and that was a long time ago - you've been told your singing is abominable. It kind of lost it's charm after that.
You hum a battle hymn.
A Killer Headache (2012)
You open your throat, but a painful moan is all you can produce.
The King and the Crown (2015)
Please don't. Please. Please don't. They'll hear you.
Kurusu City (2004)
You mumble a bit.
You hum a few notes.
LASH -- Local Asynchronous Satellite Hookup (2000)
The Last Dark Day (2011)
Rather difficult without breath.
Last Day of Summer (2011)
[Singing would have no effect in these circumstances.]
Also: The Cuckold's Egg; Further.
The Last Sonnet of Marie Antoinette (2001)
You whistle tunelessly.
Also: Pytho's Mask.
Last Week Before the Wedding (2009)
The author of this game is already blind. Please don't make his life more difficult by making him deaf as well.
The Legend Lives! (1994)
You're pretty good. Nice to know you've got a second career in case grad school doesn't work out. But then again, the Unnkulians may have already taken over the universe by the time you finish grad school.
We hum. It is pleasant.
The Library (2014)
Don't quit your day job just yet, Madonna.
Life On Mars? (2015)
You hum along the song's melody for a while; you listened to this playlist so much that you know those songs by heart.
Little Blue Men (1998)
Generally, you tend to make some small effort not to make an ass of yourself in front of other people. Try not to let all that effort go to waste.
The Lost Islands of Alabaz (2011)
You sing a little tune.
Also: The Sealed Room.
Lost Pig (2007)
The Lost Spellmaker (1997)
You sing a little of your most favourite song, to keep your spirits up.
Love, Hate and the Mysterious Ocean Tower (2011)
I start singing to myself, though not loud enough to disturb.
The Lucubrator (2008)
You try to speak, but your lips didn't move. You can't even feel yourself taking a breath.
TODO: Find out if this changes later in the game.
The Man From DEFRA (2002)
You bleat tunelessly.
Marble Madness (2001)
You have neither voice nor lips.
Max Blaster and Doris de Lightning Against the Parrot Creatures of Venus (2003)
You have enough dreams where you make a fool of yourself in high school. In fact, you have ones where you go back to junior high and make a fool of yourself. Ugh. You don't like to push things, here.
Measureless To Man (2017)
You don't know any songs that you'd like to sing.
You hum a bit of a song your mother used to sing to you, then break off when you can't remember how it ends.
'Mid the Sagebrush and the Cactus (2010)
You get ready to sing Billy the Kid, but cough up a little blood instead. It's worse than you thought.
You hum a sprightly tune.
Moments Out Of Time (2001)
There's no call for it.
The Moonlit Tower (2002)
Mother Loose (1998)
You sing a favorite nursery rhyme as you ponder what to do next.
Murphy's Law (2012)
You belt out a few lines of [one of]"If I Were a Rich Man."[or]"MacArthur Park."[or]the Major-General's Song from H.M.S. Pinafore.[or]the Piña Colada Song.[or]"She's Out of My Life."[or]"Stairway to Heaven."[or]"We Built This City."[purely at random]
Muse: An Autumn Romance (1998)
I absently hummed the first few bars of a random song.
The Newcomer (2001)
Although lunacy is expected in these circumstances, you might be better off just saving yourself.
You sing a few bars of "[one of]Abide with me[or]The British Grenadiers[or]Daisy, Daisy[or]Early One Morning[or]Jerusalem[or]Lily the Pink[or]Rule, Britannia![or]What Shall We Do with the Drunken Sailor?[at random]", but your performance impresses no one but yourself.
Ninja's Fate (2010)
Ninjas are supposed to be sneaky...
No Room (2003)
You clear your throat, then begin to sing a little tune invented on the spot. The music flows through you, its beauty a surprise and a delight. So taken are you with this song, you spend all your remaining life devoted solely to singing it. Within the day, dehydration sets in, preventing you from singing out loud. But you continue to sing in your mind, mouthing the words until you become too weak to do so. Soon later, you pass out, and perish in short order.
*** You have died ***
No Time To Squeal (2001)
What do you want to sing to?
Also: A Bet's a Bet; Friendly Foe; It Could Only Happen To You; The Recruit; Till Death Makes A Monk-Fish Out Of Me.
Not Just An Ordinary Ballerina (1999)
Fa-la-la-la-laah, la-la-la laaaaahh!
Olivia's Orphanorium (2012)
Ollie Ollie Oxen Free (2013)
You haven't the strength to carry a tune.
Once and Future (1998)
You sing [one of]the Battle of New Orleans[or]Happy Jack[or]the Letter[or]the Pirate King[or]Revolution[or]She's Not There[or]Who Shot Liberty Valence[purely at random]. Nothing happens.
One Eye Open (2010)
You're not feeling melodically inspired just now.
Oppositely Opal (2015)
Out of the Study (2002)
You don't wish to make any unnecessary sounds here.
The Owl Consults (2017)
The Paper Bag Princess (2013)
There will be plenty of time to sing later.
This is not "The Singing Detective", although it was a major inspiration. You should definitely watch the original BBC mini-series if you can find it. The Robert Downey Jr. movie is also supposed to be all right, but I haven't seen that one yet. Anyway, where was I? Oh, right, I was writing this game.
Pen and Paint (2010)
You have no lyrics.
You sing along with the song on the radio. "Whoa!" Rob says. "You know this song?"
"Nah," you say, "it's just that the lyrics are really predictable."
TODO: Presumably this changes based on the circumstance.
Pick Up The Phone Booth and Aisle (2001)
You take a deep breath and give freedom to the music within you. People are always saying they don't like the sound of it, but YOU know how great it is-- and it's clear the booth feels it too, the way it warbles back and forth responsively, resonating to your every note, the telephone within reechoing the chime and providing the scintillating backbeat of a busy signal, until that final crescendo when all the glass blows out of the doors.
*** The power of your lungs is undisputed ***
The Planet of the Infinite Minds (2000)
You can't think of a good air.
Playing Games (2011)
You try to think of a tune to sing, but nothing comes to mind.
The Problems Compound (2015)
You never were the artsy type. And the songs you want to sing are always out of fashion.
Punk Points (2000)
You refuse to sing without at least three chords backing you up. At least until your voice stops cracking.
The Queen of Swords (2003)
That might be a bit out of place, today.
Ralph (from IF Comp 1996) (1996)
Better wait for the full moon.
I can't sing very well. It's my adenoids.
Ramón and Jonathan (2002)
Somebody says that singing lightens heart's burdens, but you are not in the mood for it.
Red Moon (2008)
You hum a soft, melancholic tune, the best you can do to repel your fear.
Revenge of the Killer Surf Nazi Robot Babes from Hell (Demo Version) (1998)
Risorgimento Represso (2003)
You belt out the lyrics to a few of your current favourites, and realise the Faculty of Music were justified completely in banning you from their building.
Robin & Orchid (2013)
You mutter the West High fight song under your breath:
Fight, Fight, West High
Stomp 'Em Out Like Ants
Mortify The Other Guy
And Make Him Pee His Pants
But it doesn't make you feel any better.
Rogue of the Multiverse (2010)
Your songs aren't known in these parts.
A Roiling Original (2013)
The result is n.g.: no good.
You take a deep breath and start one of your favourite Tyrolean songs, "Tyro-hol isch lei oans..." (which means "there is only one Tyrol").
Rover's Day Out (2009)
You don't feel like singing.
You hum a snatch of a country song.
Scroll Thief (2014)
You start to sing at the top of your lungs:
With cat-like tread,
upon our prey we steal,
in silence dread
our cautious way we feel,
no sound at all,
we never speak a word,
a fly's footfall
would be distinctly heard!
That was probably not a very good idea.
A scurvy gift for Bosn Chuck (2000)
You don't have much ability for that, but you feel plucky and warble out a few bars of one of your favorite tunes. Hopefully, no one was listening.
Also: First Things First.
Shangri La (2002)
She's Got A Thing For A Spring (1997)
You sing a few bars of "I Love to Hate Men." Even if you don't really mean it, that song always lifts your spirits.
Sherlock Indomitable (2018)
You quietly sing a line from Aida.
SING is implemented in the full version of the game, but not the IntroComp version.
Shuffling Around (2012)
Oddly, when you start, you see a big sign telling you not to.
Six Stories (1999)
You sing a few random snatches of half-remembered songs from your childhood. It doesn’t accomplish much aside from bringing up your spirits a little bit.
Slicker City (2016)
Snack Time! (2008)
You only know one song, and it is about the moon. You howl out a few bars.
You have no songs to sing.
Sparrow's Song (2001)
Sure, you're in an unbelievably great mood. But do you really want to be one of those rulers who sings to himself?
Speculative Fiction (2011)
I'm not going to dignify that with a response.
Stink or Swim (2009)
The acoustics in here are pretty good. But you only sing when you are all alone.
The Story of Mr. P. (2014)
You hum the melody of a current pop song.
Sub Rosa (2015)
The time for singing will be when the Confessor is undone.
Sunday Afternoon (2012)
Aunt Emma gives you a stern look. Clearly, now is not the time.
Hwæt! We Gar-Dena in gear-dagum
þeod-cyninga, þrym gefrunon,
hu ða æþelingas ellen fremedon!
Oft Scyld Scefing sceaþena þreatum
monegum mægþum meodo-setla ofteah;
Taco Fiction (2011)
"Oh, I've got a brand-new pair of roller skates; you've got a brand-new key…"
Tea Ceremony (2014)
You belt out a chorus of , but Brc'nl looks at you as though you've gone madthere's no one there to hear you.
Song titles include: "American Pie", "Another One Bites the Dust", "Bad Moon Rising", "Brown Eyed Girl", "Build Me Up Buttercup", "Can't Buy Me Love", "Daydream Believer", "Downtown", "Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover", "Fortunate Son", "Girls Just Want to Have Fun", "Good Vibrations", "Hard Day's Night", "Heard It Through the Grapevine", "Here Comes the Sun", "Hey Jude", "Hotel California", "I Am a Rock", "I Feel the Earth Move", "I Love Rock and Roll", "I Saw Her Standing There", "It's My Party", "Kokomo", "Kryptonite", "The Lion Sleeps Tonight", "Livin' on a Prayer", "Lola", "Love is a Battlefield", "Love Potion No. 9", "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds", "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard", "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da", "On Broadway", "Only the Good Die Young", "Piano Man", "R-E-S-P-E-C-T", "Ruby Tuesday", "She Loves You", "Stuck in the Middle with You", "Sweet Caroline", "Twist and Shout", "Under the Boardwalk", "Video Killed the Radio Star", "Wanted Dead or Alive", "We Didn't Start the Fire", "What I Like About You", "With a Little Help From My Friends", "Yellow Submarine", "Yesterday", "You Give Love a Bad Name".
The Tempest (1997)
I sing a sweet soft madrigal.
Temple of Kaos (2003)
After a few notes, you fall quiet and allow the hallowed silence to descend once more.
Tenth Plague (2011)
You have no lips or vocal chords.
The Test is Now READY (2012)
Tex Bonaventure and the Temple of the Water of Life (2013)
Bum babumbum, bum babum. Bum baBUM, bum bah bah BAH!
Congratulationment!® number 27 - "My apologies to John Williams."
[Your score has just gone up by one point.]
Three Card Trick (2016)
You hum a tune inside your head:
You weren't hired for your musical talents.
You're a little off key.
Toby's Nose (2015)
You might be able to comprehend human language, but good luck getting a human to understand anything more than a bark from your vocabulary.
Tookie's Song (2002)
Tower (by Deimel) (2014)
You start to sing, but it does not help you to feel better.
Ugly Oafs (2014)
Brwp. You never were good at singing.
Under, In Erebus (2010)
Unnkulia Unventure II: The Secret of Acme (1991)
You don't sound half bad. But don't quit your day job.
Vacation Gone Awry (1988)
You remember the singing teacher telling you that everyone can sing. You also remember her taking it back.
That achieved nothing.
If you're in need of a song, hire a musician.
Your throat is far too parched at the moment. Maybe when you feel a little more refreshed, you might indulge in some comic songs. You always fancied yourself a good singer... in spite of what Stephanie said.
Vicious Cycles (2001)
You start rasping out a song, but phlegm wells up in your throat, a coughing fit overtakes you.
Remember when you tried to sing "Livin' on a Prayer" at Lucy's karaoke party and the police came?
I'm not that good a singer.
Waiting for The End (2013)
All songs have ended, as well as all stories, except for one.
A Walk Through Forever (2001)
A voice from the audience calls out, "SING!"
"Your singing is abominable."
Walker & Silhouette (2009)
I play the piano, but that's about as musical as I get, I'm afraid.
The Warbler's Nest (2010)
Now is not the time.
The Waterhouse Women (2002)
You sing a pleasant little tune to yourself.
The Weight of a Soul (2017)
You hum to yourself.
That will be quite enough, thank you.
When Help Collides (2002)
You are a mute. This applies to any use of your vocal cords.
wHen mAchines aTtack (2008)
You sing, trying to ease the attention, but all that comes out is a hoarse whisper.
Winchester's Nightmare (1999)
She tries to sing quietly, recalling a hymn, but cannot manage to make a sound. Her voice has failed her.
Winter Storm Draco (2015)
Last night I dreamed I had burning hands,
Reaching for beautiful visions,
And everything was shimmering.
Winter Wonderland (1999)
Your sing joyously into the open air.
The Wizard's Apprentice (2013)
You sing a simple chant.
Word of the Day (2017)
You do not feel like singing.
Wormwood Days II: The Aftermath (2003)
Ye Intro to Yon Astounding Castle! of Some Sort (2009)
Ye singeth of ye tuneless ditties & melodies.
Also: Yon Astounding Castle! of some sort.
You've Got A Stew Going! (2011)
"I had a girl, Donna was her name..."
Zero Sum Game (1997)
You see no source of inspiration here.
Zigamus: Zombies at Vigamus! (2016)
Spare your strength for more important things.
SING acts like NO-DO
Hey, I'm Supposed to Be Free Range; Night Driver.
SING acts like SAY
Eat Me; Hadean Lands.
SING default in ADRIFT
You sing a little song.
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SING default in Inform
Your singing is abominable.
When Photograph begins, the PC can't move, and therefore can't sing either.
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SING is not understood
re It (2011): "sing" is auto-corrected to "swing".
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