Rema asked in Arts & HumanitiesDancing · 8 years ago

Rectial song time again!?!?

I feel like of all years this is the hardest one for me to come up with songs for! We do not have a theme so any appropriate songs will be helpful! Right now I am only looking for songs for children in 3-4 y/o, 4-7 y/o, 6-8 y/o, 8-13 y/o, 9-12 y/o, and 10-13 y/o classes. All of my senior dancers have begun their dances and have their songs, I am just stuck on these ages! I need songs for those ages for tap, jazz and ballet. Any help is greatly apprecited!!

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  • 8 years ago
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    Kid’s Songs (Disney & More)

    Jem & the Holograms--When It’s only me & the music, I Got my eye on you, Universal Appeal, Depends on the mood I’m in, People who care

    Disco Mickey Mouse Album- Disco Mickey Mouse, Mousetrap, Macho Duck , Watch out for Goofy, Welcome to Rio

    Animanaics—There is only 1 of you, U.N. Me, I’m Cute, I’ll take an island, Quake! A Quake!, Monkey song

    Will Smith-- Wild wild west, Summertime, Men in Black, parents just don’t understand

    Bill Haley & the Comets--ABC Boogie, See you later alligator

    They Might be Giants—Istanbul, particle man, birdhouse in your soul

    Rockin Robin—Bobby Day

    Who’s Johnny-El Debarge

    Inspector Gadget theme (ska verison)—Ska king Crab

    The Bumblebee tuna song (ska verison)—Mephiskapheles

    Head to toe—Lisa Lisa & the Cult Jam

    Labyrinth--Chilly Down, Magic dance

    Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog

    Annie-- Dumb Dog, Let’s go to the movies, Hard knock life

    Muppet show theme

    Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley

    Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers

    Who put the bop—The Big Bopper

    Baby Bumblebee

    Fraggle Rock theme

    Farmer in the dell

    Hokey pokey

    Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary

    Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney

    My bonnie lies over the ocean

    Monster mash

    Yellow polka dot bikini

    Witch doctor

    I have the power—She-ra: Secret of the sword

    Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)

    Let's Get Together (The Parent Trap)

    The Ugly Bug Ball (Summer Magic)

    Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Song of the South)

    Are We Dancing (The Happiest Millionaire)

    Oogie Boogie's Song (The Nightmare Before Christmas)

    Heffalumps and Woozles (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)

    Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)-- (So Dear to My Heart)

    Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)

    Some Day My Prince Will Come (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)

    You've Got a Friend in Me (Toy Story)

    The Siamese Cat Song (Lady and the Tramp)

    Space Jam—theme song, Hit ‘Em High (Monstars theme)

    Batman-Partyman-Prince, Batdance-Prince

    Fern Gully--Toxic Love—Tim Curry, If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc, A dream worth keeping—Sheena E

    Oliver & Co-- Once Upon a time in NYC-Billy Joel, Perfect isn’t easy-Bette Midler

    Aladdin--A Whole New World, One Jump Ahead

    Little Mermaid--Under the Sea, Kiss the Girl, Poor Unfortunate Souls, Part of Your World

    Lion King--Circle of Life, Hakuna Matata, I Just Can't Wait to Be King, Be Prepared, Can you feel the love tonight

    Beauty and the Beast--Beauty and the Beast, Be Our Guest, Something There, Belle

    Mary Poppins--Jolly Holiday, A Spoonful of Sugar, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag), Let's Go Fly a Kite, Stay Awake

    Pete's Dragon--Candle on the Water, Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too), I swear I saw a dragon

    Bambi-- Love Is a Song, Little April Shower

    Disneyland--Main Street Electrical Parade, It's a Small World (After All), The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room

    Bedknobs & Broomsticks--The Age of Not Believing, Portobello Road, Substitutiary Locomotion, A Step in the Right Direction

    Cinderella--Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo, Oh Sing Sweet Nightingale, A dream is a wish your heart makes, So this is love

    The Jungle Book--The Bare Necessities, I Wanna Be like You, That's What Friends Are For

    Pinocchio--When You Wish upon a Star, I've Got No Strings

    The Hunchback of Notre Dame-- Out There, God help the outcasts

    Pocahontas--Colors of the Wind, Just Around the Riverbend, Steady As the Beating Drum"

    Sleeping Beauty-- Once Upon a Dream, I Wonder

    Dumbo--Pink Elephants on Parade, Baby Mine, When I See an Elephant Fly

    Robin Hood--Oo-De-Lally, Love

    The Aristocats--Thomas O'Malley Cat, Everybody Wants to Be a Cat

    OLDIES (50s-70s)

    Songs by Elvis Presley

    The Coasters—Little Egypt, Charlie Brown, Yakety Yak, Along came Jones, Zing went the strings of my heart, Poison Ivy, Get an ugly girl to marry you, Searchin’, Love potion #9

    Bill Haley & the Comets—Shake Rattle & Roll, Rock around the clock, See you later alligator, R-O-C-K, Skinny Minnie, Razzle Dazzle, burn that candle, staggar lee, rock the joint, ABC Boogie

    Will you still love me tomorrow—The Shirelles

    The Beach Boys—Fun Fun Fun, California Girls, Surfer Girl, Surfin’ USA, good vibrations, I get around, Barbara Ann, Help me Rhonda, Don’t worry baby, God only knows, When I Grow up, little deuce coupe, Kokomo, do you wanna dance, in my room

    Jan & Dean—Surf City, Drag city, dead man’s curve, little old lady from Pasadena, ride the wild surf, sidewalk surfin’

    Earth Angel—The Penguins

    In the Still of the night—the 5 Satins

    16 candles—The Crests

    Chapel of Love—The Hitmakers

    Silhouettes—The Rays

    Smoke gets in your eyes—The Platters

    Jezebel-Frankie Laine

    Ain’t it a shame—Pat Boone

    Venus-Shocking Blue

    Spirit in the sky—Norman Greenbaum

    Bad, bad Leroy Brown—Jim Croce

    We’ll sing in the sunshine—Gale Garnett

    Source(s): Rocking Pneumonia & the Boogie woogie flu—Huey Piano Smith & the Clowns That’ll be the day—Buddy Holly Hang on sloopy—The McCoys Summer in the city, Do you believe in magic —Lovin Spoonful Short shorts—Royal Teens Tossing & turning—Bobby Lewis Palisades park—Freddy Cannon Dizzy-Tommy Roe Have you seen her-The Chi-Lites Lucky man—Emerson, Lake & Palmer Jim Dandy—LeVern Baker I’m your puppet—James and Bobby Purify Rock the boat—Hues Corp Low Rider—War Lonely boy—Paul Anka Gimmie some lovin—Spencer Davis Group Crystal Blue persuasion—Tommy James and the Shondells Pink Floyd--Summer ’68, San Tropez, Lucifer Sam, Echoes, Interstellar Overdrive, One of these days
  • 8 years ago

    3-4 age group

    Ballet

    Butterfly Kisses-Bob Carlisle

    “Rainbow Connection” - Kermit

    Pink Panther

    “On the Good Ship Lollipop” – Shirley Temple(This could be jazz too)

    "Music Box Dancer" - Frank Mills

    Jazz

    I just can't wait to be king- The Lion King

    i want Candy- Aaron Carter

    “Diamond’s Are a Girl’s Best Friend” – The Puppini Sisters (This could work for tap)

    Tap

    “Polly Wolly Doodle” – Countdown Kids

    "Let's Go Fly A Kite" - from Mary Poppins by Disney

    My Girl- The Temptations

    4-7 age group and 6-8 age group

    Ballet

    Ten minutes ago I saw you- Julie Andrews and Jon Cypher

    Waltz of the Flowers- The Nutcracker

    Jazz

    “Superstar” – Madonna

    Tell me Something I don't know- Selena Gomez

    what Makes You Beautiful- One Direction

    Tap

    Tight Rope-Janelle Monae

    “We Got the Beat” – The Go-Go’s

    You get the best of both worlds-Hannah Montana

    8-13, 9-12, 10-13 age groups

    Ballet

    Dear John-Taylor Swift

    Never Grow up- Taylor Swift

    Pray-Justin Bieber

    Chasing Cars-Coldplay

    A Thousand Years- Christina Perri

    Jazz

    All around the world-Justin Bieber

    Chasing the Sun- The wanted

    Die Young-Ke$ha

    We are who we are- Ke$ha

    Tap

    You can't stop the beat -Hairspray

    50 ways to say goodbye-Train

    Runaway Baby- Bruno Mars

    Look at me now- Chris Brown

    Source(s): Hope This Helped! I know it's hard thinking of song choices EVERY year!!!! Good Luck this Dance Season!!
  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    It's in another language and I understand the lyrics because I've looked up both the Spanish and English versions and have learned how to pronouce them, but it's Habla El Corazon by Roxette.

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