A Rhythm Deaf?

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Mar 24, 2012 00:42
Singing a song terribly is called tone-deaf.
So what do you call it that singing not so terribly, I mean OK, but not taking a rhythm well when people clap hands along with a song?
This is me.
I’ve never heard people say to me that I’m tone-deaf. (It’s a little possibility that people are enough kind not to tell me the truth and I don’t sing songs which I can’t take the rhythm well in the front of the people.)
However, I sometimes find myself clapping my hands differently from other people, when doing it along with a song.
I think it means that I don’t have a sense of rhythm or that I’d rather like to say that I’m a rhythm-deaf, but do you say it the way?
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