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    I was just sitting here listening to "Prairie Home Companion" on NPR and Pat Donahue did a song about naked dancing. Main line was:

    "It ain't no sin to take off your skin
    and dance around in your bones."

    It talked about getting too hot while dancing, and if you can't find some way to get cool,(for instance, ice cream cones)then shed your skin and dance in your bones.

    Pretty positive statement about public nudity. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

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    I was just sitting here listening to "Prairie Home Companion" on NPR and Pat Donahue did a song about naked dancing. Main line was:

    "It ain't no sin to take off your skin
    and dance around in your bones."

    It talked about getting too hot while dancing, and if you can't find some way to get cool,(for instance, ice cream cones)then shed your skin and dance in your bones.

    Pretty positive statement about public nudity. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

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    • #3
      Sorry I missed that broadcast.

      I routinely dance when I get naked. My wife calls it my "happy2Bnude" dance.

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      • #4
        "She'll make you take your clothes off and go dancing in the rain"

        From Ricky Martin's "Livin La Vida Loca" [English version].

        For full lyrics [and music!], go to:

        http://users.cis.net/sammy/rmartin.htm

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        • #5


          "Do the Bartman"

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          • #6
            For those [like me] who like a little nostalgia:

            Andy Williams
            Words by Marilyn and Alan Bergman, Music by Michel Legrand

            From the 1971 film, "Summer Of '42" starring Jennifer O'Neill
            Legrand won an Oscar for his score.


            The summer smiles, the summer knows
            And unashamed, she sheds her clothes
            The summer smoothes the restless sky
            And lovingly she warms the sand on which you lie

            The summer knows, the summer's wise
            She sees the doubts within your eyes
            And so she takes her summer time
            Tells the moon to wait and the sun to linger
            Twists the world 'round her summer finger
            Lets you see the wonder of her arms

            And if you've learned your lessons well
            There's little more for her to tell
            One last caress, it's time to dress for fall

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            • #7
              Funny how being nude makes you want to dance. I always do a little "jig" or "wriggle". It just makes me feel so good. All together now.
              Shake shake shake
              Shake shake shake
              Shake your...

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              • #8
                Would love to do the tribal dance thing nakey...like drums beating in the woods or plains...kind of like in Dances with Wolves...only nude. I think it would be so neat. Slow dancing with a female while nude would be a bit too arousing.....but with the right female, spouse, could be lots of fun.

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                • #9
                  A few more weeks and we will be dancing nude at Club Orient. They have a DJ, live music and sometimes a jazz sax player. It's great fun. We are looking forward to it.

                  Did it last year, gots the nervousness behind us and now we can't wait to dance nude each night there is music at the restaurant/bar.

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                  • #10
                    quote:
                    Originally posted by Rex:
                    [qb] From the 1971 film, "Summer Of '42" starring Jennifer O'Neill
                    Legrand won an Oscar for his score.[/qb]
                    Lovely! Where can I find a recording or written music?

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                    • #11
                      I'm only here for a few minutes so can't research right now, but Percy Faith and his Orchestra had the hit instrumental. I suppose Andy Williams' would be as good a vocal as you would get.

                      This tune is played as a modern waltz at the ballroom I usually go to on Fridays. Possibly a more up-to-date version, certainly on CD. I'll ask this Friday.

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                      • #12
                        I've danced nude at Lake Como and at Sequoians, but it was way too long ago. I need to get out more...

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