The Star Wars movie franchise has seen its fair share of greats in recent years, with classics like Carrie, The Phantom Menace, Return of the Jedi and Attack of the Clones all being well-loved and revered by the fans.
But what about the most iconic songs?
How do we find the best songs for Star Wars?
Well, that’s where the Singing the Star-Wars Song list comes in, with each of the songs from the movie being played for you to enjoy.
What you need to know about the Singering the Star wars Song list:The first thing to know is that there’s only one song, and that’s the Star Destroyer theme, which was used by Boba Fett and his ragtag crew during the Battle of Yavin.
You can sing it as you want, but you’ll be rewarded with a nice little extra boost if you hit a lightsaber.
The second thing to note is that you won’t get the chance to sing along to the Star Destroyers songs if you’re not already an expert at the language, so the songs are a bit tricky to learn.
But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
The first song you can expect to sing on the Singernet is the Galactic Empire theme.
The Empire is the name of the Empire-aligned super-group led by Darth Vader.
It’s played at the beginning of every film, and it’s quite easy to memorise.
It plays as if you’ve just heard it a few times.
The second song you’ll likely sing is the song “The Emperor Strikes Back” by The Beatles.
This is a bit of a departure from the others, but it’s still a fun one to learn as it starts off the theme song.
You’ll need to pick up the song on your own before you can get into the rest of the song.
The last song to sing is Darth Vader’s theme from Return of The Jedi.
This song, as well as the Empire theme, plays at the end of every scene in Return of Jedi, so you won´t be able to get into a groove until you get to the end.
The list is pretty extensive, but if you can’t find a song that’s suitable for you, then you can still find plenty of great singers on the official Singing The Star wars Singernets website.
You don’t have to be a professional singer to do the list, however, as there are other online services that provide the best Singing of the StarWars theme song for free.
Here’s a list of the best singers for Star wars:The list can be a little intimidating, so don’t be put off if you feel you don’t know the words to every song.
We’ve provided you with some great links for those that are struggling to find the right song for their Star Wars fandom.
If you want to learn how to sing Star Wars, the Singening the Star music website is a great place to start.
It has a great selection of songs for your Star Wars needs.
If you want a little more variety, you can try singing the Imperial theme, the Star destroyer theme, or the Death Star theme.