What I loved about GLEE was the random bursting out into song AND there always seemed to be an orchestra near by - what luck - then other people would join in the singing. An hour of watching GLEE resulted in me serenading the hubby off to bed...he kinda just rolled his eyes, he's used to me by now!
The following morning on the train to work, I was still in GLEE mood - the sun was shining, and I felt like singing. The tempation to burst into "Oh what a beautiful morning" was far too strong, but a quick glance of the carriage made me realise that none of my fellow passengers had a hidden trombone (oo-er missus!!) or a cello with them, so getting people to going in would be difficult - they'd just think I was some random nutter!!
In the depths of my memory I recalled a show that was briefly on TV on a Saturday night - hosted by the silver fox himself, Philip Schofield, can't remember the title but I do know it was about singing in public places, one person would start it off, then others would join in (unbeknown to the public that they had been rehearsing all week!) It was axed after a few weeks which I think is a damn shame...
What would be nicer on a dull boring train journey to work than someone bursting into song and everyone else joining in??? It would put a spring in your step a smile on your face and you never know it might just make your day in work a little bit nicer.
Bring on the singing!!!