Thanks to new Musical Teeline fan Bridget Tanner for this suggestion. No Doubt's early hit goes at a steady pace with plenty of Teeline theory. The chorus races by but you have a few chances to nail it.
To mark the centenary of Ol' Blue Eyes here's one of his classics. Smooth, clear and not too fast it's a good one to practise. There are a one or two tricky lines and it's quite a long song which is good for learning to stay focused.
This sing was recommended by Joe Sturdy who is working towards 110wpm. Not surprising then that this is a particularly tough one. Still, give it a go and those 100wpm dictations will seem a whole lot easier. It also throws up a lot of theory and useful to remember shortcuts and word groupings as highlighted in the transcript below.
Thanks to Victoria Finan for suggesting this one. With slow, clear lyrics and lots of essential theory it's a great one for beginners. A nice easy start if learning Teeline is on your New Year's resolution list.