How to Learn Singing “May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You” from

Learning to Sing ‘May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You’

This song requires a good control of breath support, which can be learned in our Breath Support article. Start by taking a Vocal range test to ensure the song is within your capabilities.

Breath Support

Correct breathing is crucial for long phrases in this song. Practice Farinelli Breathing to help improve your breath control.

Vocal Techniques

The song extensively uses a Soft Mix voice register. Learn to control this from our Voice Registers article and through the Mixed Voice exercise. You’ll also find it in the songs like ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ by Simon & Garfunkel.

Vocal Health

Singing should not strain your vocal chords. Before you start, read about Vocal Health.


Use our Pitch Training tool to help you practice the song effectively. Start with simple melodies before moving on to the actual song.


Remember, singing isn’t just about the notes – delivering an emotional performance is crucial. Find tips in our Singing with Emotion article.


Learning to sing ‘May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You’ is an exciting journey of vocal technique discovery. Good luck!