Senior jazz/tap song?

I am going to be a high school senior and I get to have a solo at my final dance recital. I need to pick a song to pretty much say goodbye with. Any ideas? I'm doing a tap or jazz piece. Thanks.

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  • 10 years ago
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    Black muddy river—grateful dead

    Underneath the radar—underworld

    Put your lights on—Santana

    She wolf—Shakira


    Music that you can dance to-The Sparks

    Send me an angel—Real Life

    Summer ’68—Pink Floyd

    Coming back to life—Pink Floyd

    Lost for words—Pink Floyd

    Great day for freedom—Pink Floyd

    San Tropez—Pink Floyd

    High hopes—Pink Floyd

    Vibeology—Paula Abdul

    Cold Hearted Snake—Paula Abdul

    Straight up –Paula Abdul

    Dr. beat- Miami Sound Machine

    Conga-Miami Sound Machine

    Fighter—Christina Aguilera

    Thunder in your heart—John Farnham (Rad)

    Get Strange—Hubert Kah (Rad)

    Loved by the sun—Tangerine Dream (Legend)

    Is your love strong enough—Tangerine Dream (Legend)

    She’s like the wind—Patrick Swayze (dirty Dancing)

    Tonight is what it means to be young—Fire Inc (Streets of fire)

    Love is in the air—John Paul Young (Strictly Ballroom)

    Only my heart talking—Alice Cooper

    Dragula—Rob Zombie

    Spookshow baby—Rob Zombie

    Phantom Stranger—Rob Zombie


    Striptease—Danity Kane

    Circus—Britney Spears

    When the rush comes—Motorcycle

    Chilly Down—Labyrinth



    One more time –Michael Bolton (Sing)

    Queen of the rain—David Hasselhoff

    Try a little tenderness-- David Hasselhoff

    Dark Side of my heart --David Hasselhoff

    Crazy on a Saturday Night-- David Hasselhoff

    Gravity of love—Enigma

    Silence must be heard—Enigma

    Principles of lust—Enigma


    Sledgehammer—Peter Gabriel

    Talking in your sleep—The Romantics

    What’s the mater with love—Laurena Wilerson (Sing)

    Crystal Blue persuasion—Tommy James & The Shondells

    Silent Lucidity—Queensryche

    Abracadabra—Steve Miller Band

    Red red wine—UB40

    Godzilla—Blue oyster cult

    Who’s Johnny-El Debarge

    Set the night to music—Starship

    What have you done for me lately—Whitney Houston

    No more tears—Ozzy Osbourne

    Nasty—Janet Jackson

    It’s raining men—Weather Girls

    Dream Weaver—Gary Wright

    It’s my turn to fly—The Urge (Titan AE)

    Zombie Stomp—Ozzy Osbourne

    Set adrift on memory bliss-PM Dawn

    Moon Baby--Godsmack

    Won’t back down-Eminem

    If I could only say goodbye- David Hasselhoff


    Straight up –Paula Abdul

    Stomp to my beat—DDR

    Pacman techno mix

    Oscar G & Ralph Falcon - Dark Beat (Murk Monster Mix)


    Starting Something—Michael Jackson

    Man with a hex—Atomic Fireballs

    Hit me up—Gia Farrell

    In the mood—Glenn Miller

    What I like about you—The Romantics

    Walk this way—Aerosmith

    Crazy on A Saturday Night—David Hasselhoff

    Give me something Real-- David Hasselhoff

    It don’t mean a thing—Ella Fitzgerald

    Yankee Doodle dandy—James Cagney

    Stagger Lee—Bill Haley & the comets

    Bottle of wine—Tom Paxton

    Rocky Top—Ricky Skaggs

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  • ilise
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    3 years ago

    Some persons think like dancing or relocating ingredients of the frame at any time when they pay attention track, I'm that form of a man or woman. I cannot give up no less than tapping my toes, even hands or swaying my frame or head at any time when I pay attention track. I move to recreation dance elegance on the health club five, 6 instances every week and will dance to all varieties of track besides the ones which are unhappy (Home Life through John Mayer) or patriotic (America the Beautiful). Some songs that experience made me danced not too long ago: Gangnum Style, Locked out of Heaven, Dance Again (through J Lo)....

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  • 10 years ago

    most songs that say good bye are usually slow and not a good choice for Tap and Jazz.

    You are better to pick something that pops out to you, it can be a musical number from a popular broadway play, or even a popular song that is now playing on the radio, I can tell you from my own experience, I can remember every song that was popular in my Sr. year and every song that was used in all the school shows we did, regardless if it was lipsinking for fun, or a serious dance number. what ever you choose to say good bye with, everyone will remember.

    it is more important to say good bye with your talents.

    Source(s): 28 years of dance, acting, singing, including all 6 years of Jr and Sr high
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  • 10 years ago

    marchin on by coldplay.....youre moving on almost but it has a great beat.

    hello, goodbye

    dream a little dream of me- the mama's and the papa's

    Rock your soul- elisa

    Percussion gun- White rabbits

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  • 10 years ago

    wake me up before you go go - its kinda like saying goodbye? it could be a good tap one

    a faster remix to lean on me-could be jazz or tap? idk

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