Music for the Money Dance

To help you choose just the right music for your party, here are the most requested songs for the money dance:

Mambo Number 5 - Lou Bega
Short Short Man - 20 Fingers
Bad To The Bone - George Thorogood
I Knew the Bride When She Used To Rock N Roll - Nick Lowe
Back At One - Brian McKnight
Before Your Love - Kelly Clarkston
Chances Are - John Mathis
Colour My World - Chicago
Fins - Jimmy Buffet
For The Love Of Money - O'Jays
Friends - Elton John
Friends - Michael W Smith
Hey Big Spender - Sweet Chrity
I Found Love When I Found You - Kenny Wayne
If I Had A Million Dollars - Bare Naked Ladies
Kiss The Bride - Elton John
Lately - Tyrese
Love Don't Cost A Thing - Jennifer Lopez
Money - Pink Floyd
Money Makes The World Go Around - Kander
Money, Money, Money - ABBA
Money, Money, Money - Pink Floyd
Stand By Your Man - Tammy Wynette
Take The Money and Run - Steve Miller Band
Ten Cents A Dance - Doris Day
The Bridal Dance Polka - Mark Buza Orchestra
The Money Song - Monty Python
We Need The Money - Chuck Brown and The Soul
When I'm 64 - Beatles
Where Angels Live - Phett Akins
With A Little Help From My Friends - Beatles
You've Got A Friend - James Taylor
You've Got A Friend In Me- Randy Newman/Lyle LovettType your paragraph here.

Dollar Dance for the Bride and Groom

The money dance, dollar dance, or apron dance is an event at some wedding receptions in various cultures. 

During the dollar dance, male guests pay to dance briefly with the bride, and sometimes female guests pay to dance with the groom. The custom originated in Poland in the early 1900's in immigrant neighborhoods.

Sometimes guests are told that the money will be used for the bride and groom's honeymoon or to give them a little extra cash with which to set up housekeeping.

Typically these dances are done as a slow dance; however the Original Mr. DJ from time to time has changed this to a faster dance in order to speed up the time frame from dancing with nearly everyone in the room and going through numerous slow dance songs and narrowed it down to one. Again, it’s your wedding & every wedding has its own special flavor and needs.