Sorry for my stupid high note questions, but I'm 14 going through puberty, and I have a band in which I sing very high songs with chest voice (rock n roll,...) well, I used to hit F#5-G5 with my chest, but my voice is deepening and I am freaking out! I really want to be a tenor, and I want to sing that C5! I can right now, but very strained! By the way, my vocal range in full voice is A2-C5... Anyways, to the point of this question! At 4:12 in this video, david sings "the lonely STREET of dreams"... Well that "street" is a D5. He's a baritone, so it would be hard to sing that with chest... Even tenors can't! But it sounds soooo chesty! How does he do that?