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Line Dance Songs

Looking for the latest line dance music?  Here you can browse through various different line dance songs that can be used for various line dances.  Many line dances will be danced to different songs depending on where you dance.  Most line dance songs are also great for dancing West Coast Swing, they share that same rocking beat that is usually not too fast, and not too slow.  All great line dance songs have a good strong beat, and make you want to get out on the dance floor.  You can do these line dances to a variety of different songs, try out your favorite line dance to a faster line dance song just for funto see how it goes!

Below are lists of all the line dances found on Line Dance Lessons on DVD Vol 1 & 2 along with two songs options for each line dance.

Line Dance Songs for Line Dance Lessons on DVD Volume 1

Triple Shake – most often dance to “Funky Cowboy” by Ronnie McDowell, or “Ready to Rock” Aaron Tippin
Boot Scoot – most often danced to “Boot Scoot and Boogie” by Brooks & Dunn, or “Who’s Cheatin’ Who” Alan Jackson
Giddy-up – most often dance to “Play Something Country” by Brooks and Dunn, or “Cowboy Up” by Dry Country (slower tempo)
Spin Dixie - most often dance to “Any Man of Mine” by Shania Twain, or “What Was I Thinkin” by Dierks Bently
Slappin’ Leather - most often dance to “Fishin in the Dark” by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, or “Wrapped Around” by Brad Paisley.
Boogie Train - most often dance to “Baby Likes to Rock It” by The Tractors, or “Mercury Blues” by George Strait (slower tempo)
Tap & Slap - most often dance to “Ain’t Going Down” by Garth Brooks, or “Down in Mississippi” by Sugarland
Rockin’ Chair - most often dance to “Yippi Ti Yi Yo” by Ronnie McDowell, or “Long Sermon” by Brad Paisly
Cotton Eye - most often dance to “Cotton Eye Joe” by Rednex
Bull Ride - most often dance to “Hooked on an 8 Second Ride” by Chris LeDoux, or “That’s My Story” by Colin Ray

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Line Dance Songs for Line Dance Lessons on DVD Volume 2

Hitchin’ – “I’m From the Country” by Tracy Byrd, or “Good Time” by Alan Jackson
Tailgate – most often dance to “Tailgate” by Neal McCoy, or “No One Needs to Know” by Shania Twain
The Crawl – most often dance to “Watermelon Crawl” by Tracy Byrd, or “Ladies Love Country Boys” by Trace Adkins (slower tempo)
Come on Over – most often dance to “God Blessed Texas” by Little Texas, or “Steam” by Ty Herndon (slower tempo)
Cha Cha Glide – most often dance to “My Maria” Brooks and Dunn (country option), or “I Need to Know” by Mark Anthony (latin option), or “Short Skirt/Long Jacket” by Cake (neutral genre)
Playin’ Chicken – most often dance to “I Play Chicken with the Train” by Cowboy Troy, or “Hicktown” by Jason Aldean
Tush Push – most often dance to “The Fireman” by George Strait, or “Hole in my Head” by Dixie Chicks
The Stomp – most often dance to “Bombshell Stomp” by Bomshel, or “Jonny Cash” by Jason Aldean
Honky Tonkin’ – most often dance to “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” by Trace Adkins, or “I’m Outta Here” by Shania Twain
Poppin’ (Hoppin’) – most often dance to “Old Pop in an Oak” by Rednex, or “No News” by Lonestar (slower tempo)

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Tutorial DVDs

Line Dance Lessons on DVD (Two Disc Set)

Swing Dance Lessons on DVD (Two Disc Set)

Two Step Dance Lessons on DVD

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