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Tone deaf people often lack a sense of musical aesthetics, and much like a color blind person would not be apt to appreciate colorful visual art, some tone deaf people cannot appreciate music. Tone deafness is also associated with other musical-specific impairments such as inability to keep time with music (the lack of rhythm), or the inability to remember or even recognize a song. These disabilities can appear separately but some research shows that they are more likely to appear in tone deaf people. Tone deafness is also known variously as amusia, tune deafness, dysmelodia and dysmusia.
if you cant sing because you are out of tune (like my mum)then you cant keep a tune when you whistle