Beauty And The Beast Sing Along

beauty and the beast sing along
What is a good concert song for a 17 year old male baritone/bass?

I’m looking for a powerful song for a college concert. I’m thinking something along the lines of “Make them hear you” from Ragtime, but it’s a bit too short; or “If I can’t love her” from Beauty and the Beast, but I don’t have the skill to sing it to the standard of Terrance Mann. Any ideas on similar songs? The endings of both those songs are stretching my vocal range, and while I can reach them, my voice loses much of its vocal quality that high.

Some of these won’t be in your range but if you know how to or a friends does you can always have the key of the song changed to fit your voice better. Wandering star from Paint your wagon would be where I would start since I’m 90 % sure that Lee Marvin was a bass.
Good luck at the concert.

Billy Joel—
Leningrad
Good night Saigon
Lullabye (goodnight my angel)
Ballad of Billy the Kid
NY State of mind
Just the way you are

Elvis—
The girl I never loved
They remind me too much of you
I’m falling in love tonight
Please don’t stop loving me
Can’t help falling in love

Pink Floyd—
On the turning away
A great day for freedom
Coming back to life
Summer ‘68
If

Blvd of broken dreams—Green Day
Something to believe in—Poison
Every rose has it’s thorn—Poison
Man’s road—America (Last Unicorn)
Moon River—Breakfast at Tiffany
Chattanooga Choo Choo—Sun Valley Serenade
Call me irresponsible—Papa’s Delicate Condition
Raindrops keep falling on my head—Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid
Talk to the animals—Dr. Doolittle
Every breath you take—Sting
Whiter Shade of Pale—Procol harum
Your song—Elton John
I’ve grown accustomed to her face—My Fair Lady
If Ever I would leave you—Camelot
If I was a rich man—Fiddler on the roof
Ol’ Man River—Show Boat
Some Enchanted Evening—South Pacific
Sunrise, Sunset—Fiddler on the Roof
Something—The Beatles
You’re my inspiration—Chicago
Hard habit to break—Chicago
This nearly was mine—South Pacific
Younger than springtime—South Pacific
Let it be me—The Beatles
Forever and ever, amen—Randy Travis
Have I told you lately—Bryan Adams
Here and now—Luther Vandross
I talk to the trees—Paint your wagon
I still see Elisa—Paint your wagon
Wandering star—Paint your Wagon
Gold fever—Paint your wagon
They call the wind Maria—Paint your wagon
Amazing Journey—Tommy
See me, Feel me—Tommy
I’m free—Tommy
Pinball wizard—Tommy
Sandy—Grease