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120 Songs About Dancing

Updated on November 8, 2017
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Get up and move it, move it!  Make a playlist of pop, rock, hip hop, and country songs about dancing, then get up and bust some moves.  Or grab a partner and two step.  Just have fun!
Get up and move it, move it! Make a playlist of pop, rock, hip hop, and country songs about dancing, then get up and bust some moves. Or grab a partner and two step. Just have fun! | Source

Got Rhythm? Me Neither

When they were passing out dance talent, I was skipped right over. My mother always told me, however, that what I lacked in rhythm I more than made up for with grace. Over the years, I've had more than one DJ call attention to my unique sense of rhythm. Yep, I keep time to my own beat.

If you enjoy getting out on the dance floor and busting a move as much as I do, why not make a playlist of pop, rock, country, and hip hop songs about dancing? We have a long list of favorites to start you out. Who cares if you have no rhythm and your footwork is all wrong? You have plenty of company.

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1. "Can't Stop The Feeling!" by Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake is high on life in this uplifting 2016 rock song. Wouldn't you feel that way with sunshine in your pocket, an electric feeling in your bones, and a good song in your feet? With all that positive energy, he just wants to dance the night away, so why not join him?

2. "Shut Up and Dance" by Walk the Moon

Meeting on the dance floor, these two strangers instantly feel a chemistry and somehow know they were destined for one another. Rather than talk through awkward introductions, the woman tells her new beau to "shut up and dance with me."

This fun 2014 in-your-face rock song is based on the singer's own experience in meeting his girlfriend in an LA nightclub.

3. "Let's Dance" by David Bowie

The narrator in this 1983 international chart-topper invites his partner to put on their dancing shoes and sway with him over to an area where they can be alone together under the moonlight. His expression of love and devotion are pure poetry:

And if you say run, I'll run with you
And if you say hide, we'll hide
Because my love for you
Would break my heart in two
If you should fall into my arms
And tremble like a flower.

4. "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" by Silentó

Focus now. I hope you're watching because the narrator in this 2015 hip hop song demands your attention.

Silentó takes listeners through a dance routine involving the whip, nae nae, and stanky leg, and that's just for starters. Some people still won't get it. (You know who you are.) The song was both an international hit and a YouTube viral sensation.

5. "I Don't Dance" by Lee Brice

When you meet the right person, it will change your heart and mind about a lot of things. The man in this 2014 country song had been a confirmed bachelor and certified non-dancer previously, as he has two left feet.

However, he has now found the woman of his dreams, and that changes everything. He confesses to her that "I’d do anything with you anywhere." The Prince Charming with no rhythm is now out on the dance floor, twirling his sweetheart. She's danced circles around his heart.

6. "The Dance" by Garth Brooks

If you've ever found the love of your life only to have your heart shattered, then this bittersweet country song from 1990 should resonate.

A man looks back upon a dance he once shared with his ex, and he realizes that he wouldn't have done anything differently. Even though he experienced emotional turmoil when their affair ended, the joy of knowing and loving her was worth the pain and heartache.

7. "Moves Like Jagger" by Maroon 5 (featuring Christina Aguilera)

Some people seem to be born with natural rhythm, and others must be schooled in how to shimmy and shake it on the dance floor.

With all the confidence of a rock star, the narrator in this 2010 hit is naked and ready to show off his dancing ability to his partner. He promises that his moves are so nimble and sexy that they rival Mick Jagger's famous footwork, including the rooster strut, hip shaking, and deep knee bends.

But wait. While Jagger often credits his mother for his dancing ability, he really owes his famous moves to Tina Turner and her backup dancers. The gals gave him lessons when they were on tour with The Stones in the late '60s. Hey, Mick, give credit where it's really due.

8. "Vogue" by Madonna

Strike a pose. This international dance hit from 1990 was inspired by elaborate dances with complex hand gestures; the dance style was popular in underground gay dance clubs at the time. Invoking the names of film and sports legends of a bygone era, Madonna encourages her audience to use their imagination and let their dreams come true.

9. "Heartache on the Dance Floor" by Joe Pardi

A sunburned redhead on the dance floor caught not only this cowboy's eye but also his heart. In this 2016 country song, a man is vacationing in a west coast town when he falls hard for a girl who's dancing like she just doesn't care. He's so smitten that all he can do is watch and sing along. Then, like Prince Charming searching for Cinderella, he extends his stay to search for the red-haired dancing beauty, hoping to see her again.

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Do the Sprinkler like you just don't care!"I see dance being used as communication between body and soul, to express what is too deep to find for words." - Ruth St. Denis, American modern dance pioneer"Our feet are planted in the real world, but we dance with angels and ghosts." - John Cameron Mitchell, American actor"Let your life lightly dance on the edges of Time like dew on the tip of a leaf." -  Rabindranath Tagore, Bengali polymath"How can we know the dancer from the dance?" - William Butler Yeats, Irish poet"Life is like dancing. If we have a big floor, many people will dance. Some will get angry when the rhythm changes. But life is changing all the time." - Don Miguel Ruiz, Mexican author"If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance." - George Bernard Shaw, Irish playwright"Those move easiest who have learn'd to dance." - Alexander Pope, English poetHey, buddy, look at her body language.  It appears that she doesn't want to dance after all.
Do the Sprinkler like you just don't care!
Do the Sprinkler like you just don't care! | Source
"I see dance being used as communication between body and soul, to express what is too deep to find for words." - Ruth St. Denis, American modern dance pioneer
"I see dance being used as communication between body and soul, to express what is too deep to find for words." - Ruth St. Denis, American modern dance pioneer | Source
"Our feet are planted in the real world, but we dance with angels and ghosts." - John Cameron Mitchell, American actor
"Our feet are planted in the real world, but we dance with angels and ghosts." - John Cameron Mitchell, American actor | Source
"Let your life lightly dance on the edges of Time like dew on the tip of a leaf." -  Rabindranath Tagore, Bengali polymath
"Let your life lightly dance on the edges of Time like dew on the tip of a leaf." - Rabindranath Tagore, Bengali polymath | Source
"How can we know the dancer from the dance?" - William Butler Yeats, Irish poet
"How can we know the dancer from the dance?" - William Butler Yeats, Irish poet | Source
"Life is like dancing. If we have a big floor, many people will dance. Some will get angry when the rhythm changes. But life is changing all the time." - Don Miguel Ruiz, Mexican author
"Life is like dancing. If we have a big floor, many people will dance. Some will get angry when the rhythm changes. But life is changing all the time." - Don Miguel Ruiz, Mexican author | Source
"If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance." - George Bernard Shaw, Irish playwright
"If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance." - George Bernard Shaw, Irish playwright | Source
"Those move easiest who have learn'd to dance." - Alexander Pope, English poet
"Those move easiest who have learn'd to dance." - Alexander Pope, English poet | Source
Hey, buddy, look at her body language.  It appears that she doesn't want to dance after all.
Hey, buddy, look at her body language. It appears that she doesn't want to dance after all. | Source

10. "Dance with My Father Again" by Luther Vandross

The man in this 2003 R&B song of remembrance looks back fondly on a time in his childhood when all was right with the world. He recalls that as a small boy his father would scoop him up and dance with both him and his mother until he was asleep.

Sadly, tragedy struck their happy little family of three Even now as an adult, he yearns for those simple times when he felt protected and loved.

11. "I Hope You Dance" by Lee Ann Womack

What do you wish for on behalf of those you love? This inspirational country song from 2000 features a narrator who wants her loved ones to enjoy the dance of life. She hopes that they:

  • never lose their sense of wonder
  • give faith a chance
  • are unafraid to take risks
  • are free to hope and
  • are always true to themselves.

12. "Life's a Dance" by John Michael Montgomery

Using the unfamiliar steps of a new dance as a metaphor for life, this perky country song from 1992 provides excellent advice. Learn from your experiences and keep moving:

Life's a dance you learn as you go
Sometimes you lead, sometimes you follow
Don't worry about what you don't know
Life's a dance you learn as you go.

13. "Party in the U.S.A." by Miley Cyrus

This fun, upbeat pop song from 2009 describes the singer's move from Nashville to Los Angeles. (It was only four years later that she went totally off the rails and twerked on the MTV Video Music Awards.)

Although Miley finds herself in unfamiliar territory, music and dancing reassure her that her transition will work out okay. The song became an international hit then briefly resurged in popularity in 2011, following the death of terrorist Osama Bin Laden.

14. "Private Dancer" by Tina Turner

In this 1984 rock song, the narrator is a stripper with dreams of becoming rich and having a family of her own. (Someone please tell her that taking her clothes off and dirty dancing won't get her where she wants to be.)

The song describes the mind-numbing objectification and loneliness of working as this type of dancer:

All the men come in these places
And the men are all the same
You don't look at their faces
And you don't ask their names
You don't think of them as human
You don't think of them at all
You keep your mind on the money
Keeping your eyes on the wall.

15. "Cheap Thrills" by Sia

When this song first came out, I could've sworn they were singing, "I love cheap girls," but that wouldn't be right would it? It's become an inside joke in my household. What the song is really about is dancing and how you don't always need cash to have a good time.

Putting on her high heels, doing her makeup and her hair, the narrator in this 2016 pop song can't wait to get out on the dance floor with her partner. She admits that she loves cheap thrills. Don't you?

16. "Baby Likes to Rock It" by The Tractors

The guy in this rousing 1994 country song lives on the wild side. His honey enjoys taking him dancing on the outskirts of town. There they visit a rockin' and rowdy bar with go-go dancers that gets raided by the police.

17. "Dancing With Myself" by Billy Idol

When it comes to dancing, having a partner is great but ultimately not required. While many people assume there's a double entendre in this 1982 rock song, Billy Idol instead claims that its meaning is literal. He wrote the song after witnessing a fad in Japan involving girls dancing alone in a mirror with their reflection. Your dirty mind had you assuming other things, didn't it?

18. "Shake Your Groove Thing" by Peaches & Herb

When is the last time you shook your moneymaker out on the dance floor? Hopefully, it's been more recently than when this disco tune hit the charts in 1978. This booty shaking dance number was an international hit for the music partnership dubbed "Peaches & Herb."

But did you know that while Herb remained the same over the years, there were seven different women who filled the singing role of "Peaches" over time? This hit song was made with the third one.

19. "Dance The Night Away" by Van Halen

This guy better watch it. In this classic Van Halen rock song from 1979, the protagonist notices a classy young woman from across the nightclub as she rocks the dance floor. While he claims it's love at first sight, he also knows that she's awfully youthful—"barely a beginner." He has romance on his mind and is ready to advance from voyeur to participant given half a chance.

20. "Come Dancing" by The Kinks

In this 1982 pop song, the narrator recalls how his sister used to go dancing with her teenaged boyfriends on Saturday nights. Although he was just a kid at the time, he knew that sometimes she'd stay out past curfew listening to the bands. His sister cried the day they tore down the dance hall and built a bowling alley, later downgrading the site even further to a mere parking lot. Now all that exists are her memories. But they are good, vivid memories.

Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we should dance.
Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we should dance. | Source

Even More Songs About Dancing

Song
Artist
Year Released
21. Twist & Shout
The Beatles
1963
22. Safety Dance
Men Without Hats
1982
23. Rock Your Body
Justin Timberlake
2002
24. The Loco-Motion
Little Eva
1962
25. Just Dance
Lady Gaga (featuring Colby O'Donis)
2008
26. Dance Like Yo Daddy
Meghan Trainor
2016
27. Conga
Gloria Estefan & The Miami Sound Machine
1985
28. Move
Little Mix
2014
29. Last Dance
Donna Summer
1978
30. Bet You Can't Do It Like Me
Dlow
2016
31. Into The Groove
Madonna
1984
32. Dancin'
The Black Lillies
2015
33. Could I Have This Dance
Anne Murray
1980
34. Macarena
Los Del Rio
1993
35. Push It
Salt-N-Pepa
1987
36. The Curly Shuffle
Jump 'N the Saddle Band
1983
37. You Make Me Feel Like Dancing
Leo Sayer
1976
38. 7/11
Beyoncé
2014
39. Dance Hall Days
Wang Chung
1984
40. Perm
Bruno Mars
2016
41. Twistin' the Night Away
Sam Cooke
1962
42. Gangham Style
PSY
2012
43. Hips Don't Lie
Shakira
2006
44. Electric Boogie (Electric Slide)
Marcia Griffiths
1982
45. Careless Whisper
George Michaels
1984
46. Lose Control
Missy Elliott (featuring Ciara & Fat Man Scoop)
2006
47. The Twist
Chubby Checker
1960
48. Pump It
The Black Eyed Peas
2006
49. Crocodile Rock
Elton John
1973
50. Monster Mash
Bobby Pickett
1962
51. Lose Yourself to Dance
Daft Punk
2013
52. Dance, Dance
Fall Out Boy
2005
53. Dance With Me
Orleans
1975
54. Flashdance... What a Feeling
Irene Cara
1983
55. Two Step
Laura Bell Bundy
2015
56. Dancing Queen
ABBA
1976
57. Boot Scootin' Boogie
Brooks & Dunn
1992
58. Daddy, Dance with Me
Krystal Keith
2013
59. Bust A Move
Young MC
1989
60. Down on the Corner
Creedence Clearwater Revival
1969
61. Everybody (Backstreet's Back)
Backstreet Boys
1997
62. We Got The Beat
The Go-Go's
1982
63. Watermelon Crawl
Tracy Byrd
1994
64. I'm Your Boogie Man
K.C. and the Sunshine Band
1977
65. The Hustle
Van McCoy
1973
66. Footloose
Kenny Loggins
1984
67. Dance Tonight
Paul McCartney (featuring Natalie Portman)
2007
68. Da Butt
Experience Unlimited
1988
69. We Danced
Brad Paisley
1999
70. Wake Me Up Before You Go
Wham!
1984
71. Everybody Dance
Chic
1977
72. I Just Want to Dance with You
George Strait
1998
73. Better When I'm Dancin'
Meghan Trainor
2015
74. Dance Little Jean
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
1983
75. Dancing in the Dark
Bruce Sprinstein
1984
76. Everybody
Madonna
1982
77. Don't Stop the Music
Rihanna
2007
78. Shake It
Metro Station
2008
79. Le Freak
Chic
1978
80. If Bubba Can Dance
Shenandoah
1993
81. Life On The Dancefloor
Seal
2015
82. Dance with the One That Brought You
Shania Twain
1993
83. Dancin' Away with My Heart
Lady Antebellum
2011
84. Gettin' Jiggy Wit It
Will Smith
1998
85. Papa's Got A Brand New Bag
James Brown
1966
86. Save the Last Dance for Me
The Drifters
1960
87. Pump Up The Volume
M/A/R/R/S
1987
88. Dance the Night Away
The Mavericks
1998
89. Harlem Shuffle
The Rolling Stones
1986
90. We Danced Anyway
Deana Carter
1996
91. Touch Me When We're Dancing
Alabama
1986
92. I Wanna Dance with Somebody
Whitney Houston
1987
93. Let's Groove
Earth, Wind & Fire
1981
94. Dance with Me Tonight
Olly Murs
2011
95. La Bamba
Los Lobos
1987
96. Dance, Baby, Dance
Chris Cagle
2012
97. Dance for Me
Florida George Line
2014
98. All She Wants to Do Is Dance
Don Henley
1985
99. Dance with the Devil
Katy Perry (featuring Nicki Minaj)
2017
100. Dance, Dance, Dance (Yowsah, Yowsah, Yowsah)
Chic
1977
101. Dance in the Mirror
Bruno Mars
2017
102. Dancing in the Moonlight
King Harvest
1972
103. Dancing in the Dark
Imagine Dragons
2017
104. Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)
C+C Music Factory
1990
105. When the World Was at War We Kept Dancing ...
Lana Del Rey
2017
106. Murder on the Dance Floor
Sophie Ellis-Bextor
2001
107. Dancing in the Street
Martha and the Vandellas
1964
108. And We Danced
The Hooters
1985
109. Shadow Dancing
Andy Gibb
1978
110. I Like to Move It
Reel 2 Reel
1993
111. Pop, Lock, & Drop It
Huey
2007
112. Dancing Your Memory Away
Charly McClain
1982
113. Get Down Tonight
KC & The Sunshine Band
1975
114. Dance Like Nobody's Watching
Kathy Matthea
1989
115. Mary Jane's Last Dance
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
1993
116. Dancing on the Ceiling
Lionel Ritchie
1986
117. Louisiana Saturday Night
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
1981
118. Dancing in the Sheets
Shalamar
1984
119. You Should Be Dancing
Bee Gees
1976
120. Tennessee Waltz
Norah Jones
2002
Do you know a song about dancing that should be on this playlist? Leave us a suggestion in the Comments Section below!

Locations with Names Associated with Dancing

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A markerBend, Oregon, USA -
Bend, OR, USA
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B markerDisco, Wisconsin, USA -
Disco, Albion, WI 54659, USA
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C markerDance, Nevada, USA -
Dance, Nevada, USA
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D markerGlide, Oregon, USA -
Glide, OR, USA
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E markerHustle, Virginia, USA -
Hustle, VA 22476, USA
get directions

F markerJigging Cove Lake, Canada -
Jigging Cove Lake, Victoria, Subd. A, NS B0C 1N0, Canada
get directions

G markerPromenade Mountain, Canada -
Promenade Mountain, Yukon, Unorganized, YT Y0B, Canada
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H markerShimmy Lake, California, USA -
Shimmy Lake, California 96091, USA
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I markerSpin Lake, Illinois, USA -
Spin Lake, Danvers Township, IL 61732, USA
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J markerWhirl Creek, Alabama, USA -
Whirl Creek, Gallion, AL 36742, USA
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Dance is music made visible.
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      FlourishAnyway 2 weeks ago from USA

      Jo - Thanks for the suggestion. I added that at #120. Have a wonderful week.

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      Jo Miller 2 weeks ago from Tennessee

      Lot of good songs here. Since I live in Tennessee I immediately thought of the 'Tennessee Waltz'.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Devika - Glad you enjoyed this! Keep dancing!

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      Devika Primić 3 weeks ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Beautiful songs! I like dancing and this list is so helpful

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Tamara - Glad you like this so much. Keep dancing!

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      Tamara Yancosky Moore 3 weeks ago from Uninhabited Regions

      What a great way to start out my day! I am going to want to add some of these songs to my playlist. I already have Billy Idol, Dancing With Myself...

      This is such a fun collection you have here! Makes me feel like cranking up the whatchamacallit (stereo, CD Player, DVD, Bluetooth, not sure what it is called exactly), and putting on my faves!

      Cool!

      Hugs,

      Tamara xxx

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Rasma - Glad you enjoyed this list. Have a wonderful week!

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 3 weeks ago from Riga, Latvia

      WOW lots of awesome dance music among my all time favorites too like Macarena.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Randi, Good to see you again. Thanks for stopping by! Have a wonderful week.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Mary - As long as you're having fun, who cares what you look like? It's kind of you to give the kids a good giggle.

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      Randi Benlulu 3 weeks ago from Mesa, AZ

      Fun! I am so bad about getting on here and reading. I forgot how much I enjoy your song lists and the fun information along with them! Thank you!

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      Mary Wickison 3 weeks ago from Brazil

      I knew that was going to be a big article.

      I love the phrase, "dance is music made visible".

      So many wonderful songs and videos.

      I was always a wallflower but the last get together at my neighbor's I was up dancing. Brazilians love to dance. My moves were so bad, I had children (not even my own), rolling their eyes and shaking their head. What I lack in natural talent, I make up for in enthusiasm.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Linda - Thanks for the kind kudos. Hava a great week.

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      Linda Crampton 3 weeks ago from British Columbia, Canada

      I certainly don't have natural rhythm, but I enjoy reading about it! Your music articles are always entertaining, Flourish.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Dora - I love that song. Leaves a lump in the throat. Thank you for sharing your sentiments, and have a wonderful week!

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      Dora Weithers 3 weeks ago from The Caribbean

      "Some people seem to be born with natural rhythm." I'm not one of them, but I do like to move with the music. Luther Vandross' song is familiar to me, and it is so touching.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Linda - You're right! Cole Porter was before my time!

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      Linda Lum 3 weeks ago from Washington State, USA

      Ooh, ooh, another song just popped into my head. I am almost POSITIVE you will not have heard of this one because it's sooo old. "When We Begin the Beguine" by Cole Porter.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Sallie - It makes me wonder if some people don't follow directions for dance steps that well, how will they ever get to places on a map? Hmm. I love any chance to fit geography in. The world is full of places with funny-sounding names. Thanks for stopping by.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Larry - Chances are that most people are so self-conscious about their own dancing to notice how poor others are. Of course, there are exceptions, but that's fun, too. When I was twenty-something, I once had a sexy two-stepping cowboy lift me off my feet and just carry me through the dance steps because I was so bad. True story. Thanks for stopping by!

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Heidi - I'm glad I have some company when it comes to dance ability. (That usually doesn't stop me from dancing, however.) Thanks for stopping by and leaving suggested songs. I recall dancing to the Bee Gees as a kid.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Shyron, Oh, yes, you can find that classic country ditty on my Booty Playlist. I hope you are doing well. Thinking of you.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Bill - I love that one as well. Hope you are doing well.

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      Sallie B Middlebrook PhD 3 weeks ago from Texas, USA

      Excellent article with great humor, rhythm, and fun! Fond memories evoked. Loved the treatment--offering songs and cities with dance names--with directions, to help those who need to go and get their grooves on!

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      Larry Rankin 3 weeks ago from Oklahoma

      I've always been to self-conscious to cut loose and dance:-)

      I love music, though. Wonderful list.

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      Heidi Thorne 3 weeks ago from Chicago Area

      Ironically, I am a horrible dancer, but my favorite tunes are ALL dance tracks, many of which are in this amazing playlist.

      And, of course, some of my fave dance tracks are from Saturday Night Fever ("You Should Be Dancing, Yeaaaahhh") and Michael Jackson ("Dancing Machine").

      Thanks for getting me movin' and groovin' on Monday!

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      Bill Holland 3 weeks ago from Olympia, WA

      "The Dance" will always be #1 for me. Brooks released the all-time classic with that one. :)

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      Shyron E Shenko 3 weeks ago from Texas

      Flourish, the first song that came to mind was "Tight Fitting Jeans by Conway Twitty.

      I have not read this completely, I will be back to this after my appointments I have several today.

      Blessings my friend.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 weeks ago from USA

      Linda - The songs just kept coming on this one. I'm sure I left off some, but readers always come up with suggestions for additions. I dance, but apparently just not all that well. Does it really matter when you're having fun though? Hope you have a fantastic week!

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      Linda Lum 3 weeks ago from Washington State, USA

      Well Flourish, I don't dance but that doesn't matter. What a great compilation. When I say the title I thought "over a hundred? Really?" Well, you nailed it.

      I can't name one favorite. There are too many.

      Dancing on the Ceiling is certainly one.

      Numbers 49 and 50 just make me laugh. Thanks for such a fun article.