I am not the most coordinated dancer, but I like to dance. I probably shouldn’t have quit those ballet lessons years ago—which would’ve led to jazz or something else that made me a good dancer. (Didn’t have twerking back then though, so I guess I would’ve had to learn that on my own.)
But back to my dancing history. I was so adorable in that white tutu and tiara, I wish I had a picture so you could see I’m not exaggerating. But anyway, dancing lessons were not for me. (Neither were gymnastics, figure skating, softball, track, volleyball, basketball, or cheerleading.)
So these are good dancing songs that I like and wish I could dance to and look like I know what I’m doing.
Funkytown by Lipps Inc – Disco–woo hoo! Apparently it just came in at the end of the disco era. Oh how I wish I could’ve gone to Funkytown. Oh well. By the way, you should check out the lyrics for this one. There isn’t a lot of words. And by that I mean, they repeat the same lines over and over. It’s an easy song to memorize I guess.
Down at the Twist and Shout by Mary Chapin Carpenter – This is just a fun song. It’s country, but I could see dancing more swing dance to it.
Rock the Town by Stray Cats – How can you not want to swing around the dance floor to this one?
Boot Scootin’ Boogie by Brooks and Dunn – I wasn’t much of a country line dancer, but the tempo would be much easier to dance to than the others.
Any type of music you like to dance to? Or specific songs?