Top Ten Dance Songs for the 4th.

Dance U.S.A. Ten songs of Patriotic fervor for the 4th. of July celebrations. Get the heart thumpin' and the blood pumpin' with these American dance songs.

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Dance Party U.S.A.
     For more songs check out these sites.
     1.CLICK >  Top 100 (United States) Songs Of American Patriotism  It lists over 100 patriotic songs.
     2.CLICK > 4th. of July Rockin' Patriotic Songs.  It has 15 Rock songs for a 4th.of July party.

Top Ten 4th of July Dance Party Songs

10. The Beach Boys Medley by The Beach Boys
       A Summer celebration without the Beach Boys is like America without Apple Pie. They are  a must to celebrate another U.S.A. birthday party. This set has it all with surfer boys in their baggies, surfer girls, hot cars, high waves and good times.


 9. Firework by Katy Perry
      This song embodies what it is to be an American.  Stand up for yourself, show your own pride and Independence and let your light shine. Be proud of who and what you are. -- Oh! it has a good dance beat also.


 8. Yankee Doodle Dandy by Paul Jabara
     The song was written by George M. Cohan but was a take off on the classic "Yankee Doodle" witch predates the American Revolution. This is a dance version of the song who's original title was "Yankee Doodle Boy".






 7. Made In The U.S.A.. by Demi Lovato
     Her man, their love are made in the U.S.A. and nothing could be stronger or last longer.



 6. Party In The U.S.A. by Miley Cyrus
     While the song is actually about the singer it makes the list on the strength of the title and all of the Red, White and Blue in the background.  The song is also about her independence and making her own way in the U.S.A.


 5. Dancing In The Streets by Martha and the Vandellas
     This Motwon classic is still a great party and dance song which has been covered by many of the greatest names in music. A block party on the 4th., call the neighbors. Let's Party!!!.


 4. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy by Katy Perry, Keri Hilson and Jennifer Nettles
     This World War II song is still going strong and has been made over by many artists.  Our three women do a great update on the song.



 3. American Pie by Madonna
     This is her dance remake of the Don McLean hit. The song covers growing up in America.


 2. Philadelphia Freedom by Elton John
      We won our freedom from the United Kingdom and it is a little ironic one of the United Kingdom's greatest singers performs the #2 song oo the list.  This song was written as a tribute to the 200th birthday of the United States.



 1. Living In The U.S.A. by James Brown
     Lets see? You can't get much more American than putting together Las Vegas, Rocky and James Brown. This is a true dance party song taken from an iconic movie series performed by a legend.




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