Charming parrot sings Margaritaville better than the original. Males parrots sing more often. Sometimes they sing for themselves. But more often for their comrades in the cage. Young males learn to sing the older, more experienced. Singing is a form of entertainment, games and interaction between parrots. Parakeets create their own unique song, including and iridescent trills, and tweeting, and chirping, and whistling, and even something resembling the croaking of the frogs. And some may even incorporate other sounds into their songs. For example, the sound of a bell or dogs. The head shake and eye widening are also part of the singing. Male can sing for another male. This is a certain bravado. But most males perform their songs for the females. This is one of the forms of courtship.