well you could do this if they sing in the movie and if you know the song then you go on youtube.com and next you type the song if you know parts of the song or just type all of the song or the song that they sing in the end of the song hope this works!
In musicals, yes, the characters do sing the songs. In stage productions, it is possible that the characters do sing the songs. In movies that are not musicals, then it is likely that any song heard is background music, and is not sung by the characters.
The only reason y people lip sync in movies is because either 1. They can't sing 2. They don't feel like singing 3. They don't wanna go through all the errors trying to sing the song right or don't wanna try and sound like he or she did on the recorded song
According to Sir Paul McCartney, co-writer of the song, the song "Yellow Submarine" was written as a children's song, with limited vocal ranges for Ringo Starr to sing lead on. He has stated on more than one occasion that nothing else should be viewed as far as the lyrics are concerned.
"Act Naturally," originally recorded in 1963 by Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, was covered by the Beatles two years later in the United Kingdom's version of "Help." It was first song on Side 2 of the album and the only tune for which Ringo Starr served as the lead singer.