Which is correct? 1. They sang Happy Birthday song to me.2. They sang 'Happy Birthday' song to me.3. They sang happy birthday song to me.Thanks.Can I write 1. I sang a birthday song. 2. I sang the song of " Happy Birthday". Thanks.
I would use Monty's suggestion but for a different reason and with different punctuation. You already have sang, you don't need song. What else does one sing?
Addressing Rahul's answer, to is part of an infinitive. Infinitives are formed with the base form of any verb + to. To jog, to jump, to sing are examples of infinitives.
He wants to jog around the block.
To is also a preposition. Prepositions usually come before nouns or pronouns.
We drove to Florida.
And as Jeff points out, double quotation marks are used for song titles. I know this but forgot to share it. They sang "Happy Birthday" to me.
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