What's your stripper song?

Bad To The Bone, George Thorogood

I can’t help gyrating a little bit when I hear All That Jazz, from Chicago.

There’s a scene of a stripper jumping out of a cake to this very song in a movie from some years ago starring James Caan and maybe Dennis Quaid? Her performance did *not *end up being sexy but it *could *have been.

This is a great song but it tends to make one shimmy as opposed to grind, imo :smiley:

At my age (67), every attempt at movement is a grind.

This would have been popular when your granny was stripping, back in the day:

Pour Some Sugar on Me.

Close second might be Aerosmith’s Crazy. Plenty of inspiration from the video, too!

On the nosey. I swear you can hear the tassled pasties. I still have that 45.

Gangnam Style

Tender Sugar by Akira Yamakoa and Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Its from the Silent Hill series and I tell you, the whole song has a nice sexy sound to it, but that guitar solo - damn! I can just picture a dimly lit stage and a slowly gyrating dancer grooving to that bit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlDqHp_kWoQ

For obvious reasons, this was the first thing that came to my mind. My God, this woman was HOT!!! :cool:

The guys I used to hang out with after graduating from high school introduced me to a place called The Belmont in St Paul. I fondly remember these two songs from my misspent youth:
One of the girls was actually called "Brandy" (not sure how she spelled it; maybe with two "e"s :D ). "TSOP" was the nightly big finale: five girls on stage at once! :o

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For youse guys that mentioned The Stripper, when I think of that song all I can picture is that scene from The Full Monty.

Sneaky Snake.

Duh. :wink:

Wow, what year was this?

Thirty-four posts, and no one’s mentioned** this?**

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KH5oIajI_gI

Seconded.

And speaking of The Full Monty, Hot Stuff and mimicking the scene while he’s waiting in the queue. :slight_smile:

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Thirty-four posts, and no one’s mentioned** this?**

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We, um, become distracted and forget why was it that we looked up that clip.

No love for “Little Egypt” ?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MBneTax6k54

(Yes, the Coasters’ version is better, but the Elvis clip has more attractive visuals. For the boys and the girls both)

Midnight Blue by Lou Gramm gets me up and going.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cRdgIZgobs