• We have chosen!

    (insert dramatic orchestral flourish here)

    At our lesson today with Eddie we told him about the recital performance.  He thought we should do a tango because it is more dynamic & dramatic than waltz or foxtrot.  We got to work on song suggestions and he came up with a good one: “Pa’ Bailar–Siempre Quiero Mas” by Bajofondo. (link goes to Amazon.com MP3 page with a sample you can play)

    Kelly suggested “Bust Your Windows”–that was a close runner-up but did not fit the theme of “Times of our Lives.”  On reflection, though, I suppose wanting to bust the windows out of someone’s car is an important time in one’s life…

    THANKS to everyone who weighed in yesterday.  We are excited about this performance!  Come see us and a whole lot of other talented dancers on June 4 at 2 p.m. at Zuver Center.

3 Responsesso far.

  1. Kelly says:

    Well, at least I made runner-up! After I thought about it, I figured “hot” might not be appropriate for a kid’s recital. I still think you should do “Bust Your Windows” at some point, though. Stars Over Macon, maybe? :)

  2. lauraet says:

    Of course, the audience will be parents, not kids. We’re going for a sophisticated kind of hot, not the “7-year-olds dancing to ‘Put a Ring On It'” kind.

  3. Kelly says:

    Ha! My (almost) three year old niece loves that song. It’s because it was in the Alvin and the Chipmunks Squeakel. The words to her, though, are, “All the single lettuce! All the single lettuce!”

    It’s important for all produce to be unattached, ya see.

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