Because Songs Matter

30 DAY SONG CHALLENGE: DAY 9:

So, I’ve decided to do this facebook 30 Day Song Challenge (you can see previous days here)thing and I figured I’d do it here on ninebullets. Feel free to contribute your thoughts in the comments section. So, without further ado:

DAY 09: A SONG THAT YOU CAN DANCE TO:

You can, in all honesty, dance to any song. Perhaps this one should have been “a song you can dance well to” but then, some people can not dance well at all. Personally, I am going with a sang I enjoy(ed) dancing too.

The bulk of my dancing happened in the local goth/industrial clubs here in Florida so I knew from the get go that I was gonna be choosing from that era of songs for this one so I made a quick list of the songs I most enjoyed dancing to back then. Then, I simply picked the one that, if I had to dance today, I’d most wanna dance to and that became my choice:

Die Warzau - Suck It Up     

So, what do you wanna hear when you’re feeling the need to cut a rug? Hope it ain’t this one.

5 Comments

  1. troutwithout troutwithout
    April 18, 2011    

    old school funk – Take Me to The Next Phase – Isley Bros.

  2. C C
    April 18, 2011    

    “Life During Wartime”
    Talking Heads

  3. Nick Nick
    April 20, 2011    

    I’m not a dancer but a few songs make me think about it. Sam Cooke – could be a bunch but i’d go with Havin’ a Party.

  4. lisa lisa
    April 20, 2011    

    Michael Franti – Say hey I love you, Dont know why but i hear that song and I dance.
    Lucero’s Sixes and Sevens is a GREAT song to dance to, might not hit you right away,but turn it up real loud and while your sweepin the floors and I think you’ll find yourself dancing with a broom….. or that could just be me.

  5. CockEyedDonkey CockEyedDonkey
    April 27, 2011    

    Get Low – Lil John

    Just kidding…I have danced since prom. And no way I’m remembering what was playing back then..it was slow dancing so I’ll go with DBT Mercy Buckets – it’s what I’d play at a prom.

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