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10 90s Songs That Brought Out The Dancer In You

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The 90s had great jams for making you want to suddenly break out into the splits. Don't do it now unless you feel comfortable, but feel free to dance along!

10. Vogue by Madonna

This dance track is still in vogue. It even says 'let your body go with the flow.' We don't want to let Madonna down.

9. Poison by Bell Biv DeVoe

It's near impossible to listen to this song without at least tapping your feet. And the only reason why you're tapping your feet is because you're in a public space and can't break out into your awesome dance moves.

8. Jump Around by House of Pain

It's easy to fall into this groove--just jump!

7. Rhythm is a Dancer by Snap!

This one came out in the early 90s so there were many years of grooving to this song and finding the best way to dance to it.

6. Good Vibrations by Marky Mark ft. The Funky Bunch

The rap verses were a little difficult to dance to, but when the chorus hit you couldn't hold back. Am I right?

5. Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) by C+C Music Factory ft. Freedom Williams

You're already up and ready from only hearing the first beat. It's calling you to dance, so how could you resist?

Continue to the next page where we have more dance-worthy 90s songs!

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