The Phantoms are student-run and write their own arrangements of contemporary pop, rock, and R&B songs. In addition, we still sing a number of Christmas carols just as we have from the beginning.

CURRENT REPERTOIRE Below is a list of songs in our current repertoire.  This list was up to date as of December 2013, but please note that it is subject change during the school year as songs are added, taught to new members, and retired.


Title Artist
Absolutely (Story of a Girl) Nine Stories
Africa Toto
Bad Romance Lady Gaga
Barton Hollow The Civil Wars
Blush (Only You) Plumb
Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You Lauryn Hill
Chain Of Fools Aretha Franklin
Change The World Eric Clapton
Counting Stars OneRepublic
Creep Radiohead
Dare You To Move Switchfoot
Domino Jessie J
Don’t You Forget About Me Simple Minds
Fields of Gold Sting
Forget You Cee Lo Green
Freedom 90 George Michael
Heart Attack Demi Lovato
Hold My Heart Sara Bareilles
Home Phillip Phillips
Home Marc Broussard
I Wanna Dance With Somebody Whitney Houston
I Want You Back Jackson 5
I Won’t Give Up Jason Mraz
If You’re Out There John Legend
I’m Gonna Find Another You/Oh Darlin’ John Mayer/The Beatles
Just a Friend Mario
Like a Prayer Madonna
Long Train Running Doobie Brothers
Love On Top Beyoncé
Lullaby Billy Joel
Many The Miles Sara Bareilles
Not Ready To Make Nice Dixie Chicks
Paradise Coldplay
Plain Gold Ring Kimbra
Proud Mary Tina Turner
Royals Lorde
Seven Nation Army The White Stripes
Someone Like You Adele
Summertime George Gershwin
The Motown Medley Groovy Artists
The Star Spangled Banner Francis Scott Key
Unwritten Natasha Bedingfield
Use Somebody Kings of Leon
Used to Love You John Legend
Water and a Flame Daniel Merriweather and Adele
Wishing Well Terrence Trent D’Arby
Your Smiling Face James Taylor

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