Another example of an FL song that you can use to focus on one particular area of pronunciation, this example in French, thanks to Louis Bassoon who posted this comment on my previous post on this topic .....
I love using songs in my lessons, and looking at pronunciation in a song has proved to be a really good way of tackling certain aspects of the language. Have a look at Natasha St Pierre's song "Tu trouveras" on YouTube. I found a version with the words, got the pupils to listen and watch and write down how many times there was a word ending in s where the s was silent (and then, on the second listening, they spotted how many final s were actually pronounced). The pupils were focused, fascinated and asking to sing along after about 3 listenings. They also now have a clear impression of how a final s in French is rarely pronounced - they are now compiling a list of examples every time they spot one.
... so here is the link to Natasha St Pierre singing 'Tu Trouveras' with the lyrics hosted at Youtube.
I think this post from Louis underlines what I was saying that you don't have to dive headlong into comprehension of the text before being able to use songs for a real linguistic purpose in your lessons.