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5 songs that have gotten you up off your feet to dance even if you're normally "not a dancer"?

Asked by Neizvestnaya (22647points) July 6th, 2011

You guys are great with feedback. I’m going to go ahead with karaoke at my backyard wedding.

Now I need a playlist!

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KateTheGreat's avatar

I can only think of one.

And it’s “Stayin’ Alive” by the Bee Gees.

SuperMouse's avatar

Dance to the Music – Sly and the Family Stone
Land of 1,000 Dances – Wilson Pickett
Shout – The Isley Brothers
Walk of Life – Dire Straits
New York, New York – Mr. Frank Sinatra

longtresses's avatar

American Boy – Estelle
Single Ladies – Beyonce
Club Can’t Handle Me – Flo Rida
Waka Waka – Shakira

Or try browing through this kind of list ..

Brian1946's avatar

What is Love – Haddaway
Heaven – DJ Sammy & Yanou
Love Profusion – Madonna
Beautiful Life – Ace of Base

Kardamom's avatar

Single Ladies Beyonce

Stayin’ Alive Bee Gees

Drive My Car The Beatles

Sugar Sugar The Archies

Roam B-52’s

Stompin’ At the Savoy Benny Goodman

Sing Sing Sing Benny Goodman

One Bad Apple The Osmonds

I Want You Back Jackson Five

Steppin’ Stone The Monkees

The Hustle Van McCoy

Bad Girls Donna Summer

I’m Your Boogie Man KC and the Sunshine Band

Get The Party Started Pink

Night Fever Bee Gees

Zoot Suit Riot Cherry Poppin’ Daddies

I’m Too Sexy Right Said Fred

Sex Bomb Tom Jones

Cha Cha Chelo

josie's avatar

Push It – Salt and Pepa
Dancin in the Dark – Bruce Springsteen
What I Like About You – The Romantics
Jump Around – House of Pain
Bang a Gong – The Power Station

marinelife's avatar

Rock Me Baby Buddy Guy and BB King

September Earth, Wind & Fire+

Dancin In the Streets

Thriller Michael Jackson

And for the slow song: At Last

rockfan's avatar

Hold On I’m Coming – Sam & Dave

Uptight – Steve Wonder

Boogie Shoes – KC & the Sunshine Band

ucme's avatar

The Pet Shop Boys can generally be relied upon, as this exclusive hidden footage of a recent fluther get together shows. ;¬}

Plucky's avatar

Pretty much any Michael Jackson song gets me dancing. I can actually do everything in this montage of Dangerous and Smooth Criminal (dancing starts about 1 min into the video). Back in the day, I even won a couple awards for the routine. Good times. :)

Any ways, other than MJ songs, there are so many that make me want to dance. I’ll try to keep the list short:

Brick House by The Commodores.
Dancing in the Streets by Martha & The Vendellas.
Gonna Make You Sweat by C & C Music Factory.
I’ve Got the Power by Snap.
Mambo No. 5 by Lou Bega.
Footloose by Kenny Loggins.
Swing the Mood by Jive Bunny & The Mastermixers.
You Can Leave Your Hat On by Tom Jones (or the original by Joe Cocker).
Shoop by Salt N Pepa.
I Feel Good by James Brown.
Express Yourself by Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band.
Cream by Prince.
I Wish by Stevie Wonder.
Walk Like An Egyptian by the Bangles.
Sweet Dreams by the Eurythmics.

(sigh) Ok there’s too many.

Earthgirl's avatar

Love Shack by the B52’s
Could You Be Loved by Bob Marley and the Wailers
Unforgettable by Nat King Cole
Let’s Twist Again by Chubby Checker
Twist and Shout by The Beatles

lonelydragon's avatar

Anything by Trumystic Sound System.

DarlingRhadamanthus's avatar

This one….always…and I don’t know why….but it does it all the time for me:


Neizvestnaya's avatar

Thanks all. What I ended up doing was going through every year’s top 100 hits between the years he & were born til the present, picking what I liked. I then went through my library and picked what I thought was fun for all. iTunes will play about 5hrs of “happy” music now, yay.

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