Jason McDowell: karaoke ninja. (Photo: Andy Tarnoff)

What are your karaoke go-to songs?

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Whether buzzed on Miller Lite and belting out "Pour Some Sugar On Me" or completely sober and crooning "Let’s Get It On," karaoke is a crapton of fun for many people.

Even Tonic Tavern bartender Mark Waldoch got into it. Although, when he first heard that karaoke was happening every Tuesday night during his shift, he was less than enthused.

"At first, I thought a karaoke night would make me want to kill myself," says Waldoch. "But it turns out, people are genuinely happy singing karaoke and we all need that now so hard. Sh*t, I need that."

Some karaoke-ers are adventuresome and regularly try new tunes; others stick to the same ol’ songs. Here’s what the OnMilwaukee staff likes to belt out – some buzzed, some sober.

Jimmy Carlton
Sports writer / editor

"I Want It That Way" by the Backstreet Boys
"Unchained Melody" by the Righteous Brothers
"Bust It Baby Pt. 2" by Plies (featuring Ne-Yo)
"Drunk on Your Love" by Brett Eldredge

Lori Fredrich
Senior writer

Various songs by Ani DiFranco
"Let’s Dance" by David Bowie ("I love to pull out my man voice," she says.)

Jason McDowell
Creative director

"Orange Crush" or "Losing My Religion" by REM.

Jeff Sherman

"Friends in Low Places" by Garth Brooks
"Drunk on a Plane" by Dierks Bentley
"Parachute" by Chris Stapleton
"My Prerogative" by Bobby Brown

Molly Snyder
Senior writer / Editorial manager

"Crimson & Clover" Joan Jett version
Anything by Johnny Cash
"Islands In the Stream" by Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton ("Only when I can duet with Andy Tarnoff.")

Carolynn Buser
Editorial director 

"Bitch" Meredith Brooks
"Party in the USA" Miley Cyrus  ("Don't judge, she says.")
"No Scrubs" T…