Music. We all love music. Especially when a beautiful woman is swaying and moving to it.
Whether the beat is slow or fast, when I watch the girls at Jill’s dance, the music plays a big part of the whole seduction. The wrong music on a dance, in my opinion, can make or break the dance… That’s why the girls have to carefully choose the song that will go with their dance they have planned that evening. They just can’t go and choose any song; they have to make sure it appropriately goes with each bump, grind, sway, crawl and pole climb…
Now I prefer the slow and seductive songs when I watch the girls on stage. Songs like PONY by Ginuwine and Closer by 9 Inch Nails can really get my whole body warmed up in anticipation of the upcoming dance. The whole song and mind thing together actually can send tingles down my spine. I sit at the stage in a complete trance as I pass out ones and fives non stop…
Then there is the energetic, heart pounding songs like “Girls, Girls, Girls” by Motley Crue “You shook me all night long” by AC/DC and “Cherry Pie” by Warrant. This makes me want to get out of my chair and run to the stage in anticipation of this dance. It perks up everyone in the club when these types of songs play.
Then there is the slow R & B song like “NOBODY” by Keith Sweat and the more upbeat strip songs like “Pour It Up” by Rivanna , “Wet” by Snoop Dog and “Hot in Here” by Nelly. Then there’s the sensuous hot country song “Strip It Down” by Luke Bryan.
More songs to entice the men to open their minds and wallets to show support for the beautiful hot dancers. Could you imagine if songs like “Everybody Hurts” by R.E.M, “Someone like you” by Adele were the songs played and danced to? Seriously, can you imagine this? Me either. I would want to curl up in a fetal position and think sad, depressing thoughts. That’s why the whole mind/song connection is so strong for us men.
Give us good music, a woman dancing to it, and cold beer and drinks, and we shall give you our all….all our money that is….