|Not even a bird can help|
you dance to these songs.
When you’re stripping naked and trying to act all seductive and sultry it’s important to pick the right song to play in the background. Picking the wrong song can result in the wrong mood and can change your sexy dancing into the goofiest and/or most awkward thing anyone has ever seen. It’s best to pick songs that are easy to dance to and fit a slow mood. Here are the top 5 worst songs to pick for your strip show:
5. “Taps” by Army Brigadier General Daniel Butterfield
This song is meant more for flag ceremonies and funerals so someone stripping naked while it’s playing doesn’t really fit.
4. “Georgia On My Mind” by Ray Charles
A really nice song, but the pace and tempo is all wrong for a strip show.
3. “My Bologna” by Weird Al Yankovic
This is a silly parody of the song “My Sharona” by The Knack. Usually when you’re taking your clothes off the last thing you want is to hear laughter so I’d stay away from this song.
2. “Tears in Heaven” by Eric Clapton
“Tears in Heaven” was a song Eric Clapton wrote about his dead son so it’s not really appropriate for stripping at all. Just like you don’t want people to laugh at your dancing, you definitely don’t want them to cry either.
And the number one song you shouldn’t play while you’re stripping is…
1. “They’re Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!” by Jerry Samuels
This was a novelty joke song from 1966. Some people have claimed it pokes fun at the mentally ill. While that may or may not be true, there is still a clear theme of insanity in the song and that’s not a message you want to send to people when you’re dancing in front of them. The only thing worse than making someone laugh or cry with your naked body is creeping them the hell out and this is a song that will do that.