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1. "Your Song Saved My Life", U2, 3:31 · 2. "Let's Go Crazy". Tori Kelly · Taron Egerton · 3. "Can't Feel My Face", Kiana Ledé, 3:21 · 4. "Goodbye Yellow Brick ...

In English especially, so many songs are available that selection of songs with suitable themes, levels and vocabulary is not at all difficult. Allowances can also be made for complexity or simplicity of language, depending on the students, by selecting and using suitable songs.

Grammar and cultural aspects can be introduced through songs

Most if not all songs have a recurring theme or story. So excerpting cultural elements is usually a possible, but often overlooked aspect of using songs. I still use sing 2 music sung by the late Ray Charles to illustrate spoken contractions. He uses spoken contractions is virtually every line of the song.

Time length is easily controlled

Whether you have an hour, 30 minutes, or only 15 minutes or so, a song can be used in the course of a planned lesson. Use of songs is very flexible.

 Students can experience a wide range of accents

A good thing about songs is that you can expose the students to many different kinds of English. British English, American English, Caribbean English are all widely available through songs. Accents too are well represented by songs from different regions and in a variety of types and formats. Gospel, soul, R B, Pop, Rock, Reggae, Jazz and other styles change not only accents, but vocabulary and usage too.

 Song lyrics can be used in relating to situations of the world around us