Rhode Island DJ Fun Quinceanera

I always enjoy teen parties as a Rhode Island DJ. They are full of energy, excitement and fun.  If you add a fun family to the teens like a Quinceanera, it is the recipe for a really fun night!

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Rhode Island DJ Fun Quinceanera

For those who do not know what a Quinceanera is, I am posting some info from around the internet.

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Quinceañera (pronounced: [kin.se.aˈɲe.ɾa]feminine form of “fifteen-year-old”), also called fiesta de quince años,fiesta de quinceañeraquince años or simply quince, is the celebration of a girl’s fifteenth birthday in parts of Latin America and elsewhere in communities of people from Latin America. This birthday is celebrated differently from any other birthday, as it marks the transition from childhood to young womanhood. The celebration, however, varies significantly across countries, with celebrations in some countries taking on, for example, more religious overtones than in others.

Rhode Island DJ Fun Quinceanera and Massachusetts DJ Fun Quinceanera

In the United States the tradition of La Quinceañera, also known as the XV has been adopted primarily in cities with an extensive Hispanic population. The planning for the quinceañera starts 12 to 18 months in advance. The ceremony and the venue determine the date of the event. The parents of the quinceañera will look for sponsors or “padrinos” to help with the expense associated with the event. After securing the venue for the reception and the church for the ceremony, they must find a fun DJ or musical group “El grupo” and a photographer. In New York there are boutiques that specialize in renting the chamberlains for the event.

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Rhode Island DJ Quinceanera Father-Daughter Dance Songs

A Father’s Love ……………… Joe Wodarek
A Song for My Daughter ……………… Mikki Viereck
A Song For My Daughter ……………… Ray Allure
A Song For My Daughter  ……………… Steve Moser
A Whole New World  ……………… Peabo Bryson & Regina Belle
Because You Loved Me  ……………… Celine Dion
Blessed  ………………  Elton John
Boy Of Mine ……………… Traditional
Butterfly Kisses ……………… Bob Carlisle
Can You Feel The Love Tonight  ……………… Elton John
Daddy ……………… Beyonce
Daddy’s Girl ……………… Red Sovine
Daddy’s Girl  ……………… Peter Cetera
Daddy’s Hands ……………… Holly Dunn
Daddy’s Little Girl ……………… Al Martino
Daddy’s Little Girl ……………… Kippi Brannon
Daddy’s Little Girl ……………… Mills Brothers
Daughter of Mine ……………… John McDermott
De Nina a Mujer  ………………  Julio Iglesias
El Privilegio de Amar  ………………  Mijares y Lucero
Es Mi Nina Bonita  ………………  Tomas De San Julian
Father’s Eyes  ……………… Amy Grant
Friends  ……………… Elton John
Have I Told You Lately ……………… Van Morrison
Have I Told You Lately  ……………… Rod Stewart
Hero ……………… Mariah Carey
How Do You Fall In Love  ……………… Alabama
I Hope You Dance  ………………  Lee Ann Womack
I Turn To You  ………………  Christina Aguilera
In My Daughter’s Eyes ……………… Martina McBride
In Your Eyes  ……………… Peter Gabriel
Isn’t She Lovely ……………… Stevie Wonder
Just The Way You Are  ……………… Billy Joel
Landslide  ……………… Fleetwood Mac
Lullaby  ………………  The Cure
Lullaby  ……………… Billy Joel
My Dad  ……………… Paul Petersen
My Father’s Eyes  ………………  Amy Grant
My Girl  ……………… The Temptations
My Heart Will Go On  ……………… Celine Dion
My Special Angel ……………… Bobby Helms
Quinceanera  ……………… Thalia
Run for the Roses  ………………  Dan Fogelberg
Sunrise Sunset ……………… Soundtrack (Fiddler on the Roof)
Teach Your Children Well  ………………  Crosby , Stills & Nash
Thank Heaven for Little Girls  ………………  Gigi Soundtrack
The Men In My Little Girl’s Life ……………… Mike Douglas
The Way You Look Tonight ……………… Tony Bennett
The Way You Look Tonight  ……………… Frank Sinatra
The Wind Beneath My Wings  ……………… Bette Midler
Through The Years  ……………… Kenny Rogers
Tiempo de Vals  ………………  Chayanne
Times of Your Life ……………… Paul Anka
Unforgettable …………… Natalie Cole
What a Wonderful World ……………… Louie Armstrong
Wind Beneath My Wings ……………… Bette Midler
Wonderful Tonight ……………… Eric Clapton
You Decorated My Life ……………… Kenny Rogers
You’re My Hero  ………………  Teresa James
You’re the Inspiration ……………… Chicago

Rhode Island DJ Fun Quinceanera and Massachusetts DJ Fun Quinceanera

If going with a theme Quinceañera such as masquerade or renaissance then decorations matching that theme would be appropriate. Even if your party is not themed specifically you will not want decorations to clash alongside the colors of the dresses and outfits. Decorations can be as simple as table center decorations to as fancy and extravagant as balloons, streamers, and the whole nine yards. Music should be chosen according to personal taste, if you are playing music with profanity or cursing, it is at your own risk. Just think of the potential young children and elderly people present and try to imagine their reactions when choosing music. If possible, you may want to hire a DJ to play music and announce the birthday girl’s entrance and other things.

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Rhode Island DJ Quinceanera Entrance Songs

Entrance of the couples, or Chambelanes and Damas – QUINCEANERA SONGS

  • Outkast – I Like the Way You Move
  • Amber – This is Your Night
  • Duff Punk – One More Time
  • Debbie Deb – When I Hear Music
  • Johnny O – Fantasy Girl
  • Kenny G – Sentimental
  • Richard Clayderman – La Mer
  • Raul D’ Blassio – Melissa
  • Jennifer Lopez – Waiting for Tonight
  • Rupaul – Snapshot
  • Richard Clayderman – Balada Para Adelina

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Grand Entrance of the Quinceañera – QUINCEANERA SONGS

  • Quinceañera (With Lyrics and Instrumental)
  • Moments in Love
  • Cancion a Papa
  • Bosson – One in a Million
  • Jill Subole – Supermodel
  • Jennifer Lopez – I’m Coming Out
  • Beauty and the Beast (Instrumental)
  • Raul D’ Blassio – Corazon de Niño
  • Pretty Woman
  • Cinderella – Ten Minutes
  • Raul D’ Blassio – Piano
  • Mariah Carey – Butterfly

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Disney Theme Songs – QUINCEANERA SONGS

  • Aladin
  • Sleeping Beauty
  • Cinderella
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • The Little Mermaid
  • Anastasia

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Alexandria’s Quinceanera was held at J. Anthony’s Italian Grill in Oxford, MA. They did a great job with the Quinceanera and the guests had a great time eating and dancing!

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   Massachusetts Quinceanera with Rhode Island DJ Quinceañera (pronounced: [kin.se.aˈɲe.ɾa]; feminine form of “fifteen-year-old”), also called fiesta de quince años,fiesta de quinceañera, quince años or simply quince, is the celebration of a girl’s fifteenth birthday in parts of Latin America and elsewhere in communities of people from Latin America. This … Continue reading

Rhode Island DJ Tips for a Great Teen Party

Rhode Island DJ Tips for a Great Teen Party. As an experienced Rhode Island DJ, I get the opportunity to provide Great Music, DJ & MC Services for Sweet Sixteen Parties, Teen House Parties and Teen Dance Parties. Along with the fact that I’ve been a Social Worker, Counselor and Educator with adolescents for more than fifteen years, I have great knowledge and experience with fun Teen Parties as a Teen Party DJ for my Rhode Island and Massachusetts clients. Below are some ideas I found on the Web about throwing a Fun Teen Party.

Teen Dance Party Mix I

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Rhode Island DJ Tips for a Great Teen Party

Teen Dance Party Mix II

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Rhode Island DJ Tips for a Great Teen Party

Teens can sometimes be a tough audience to please. After all, they’re too old for childish entertainment and games, and they’re dying to look cool. But with all of that coolness in the air, a teen party can get pretty dull unless you find a way to get them active and involved with the party.


One of the easiest things you can do is to hire a DJ for your party. You’ll want the DJ to know and bring along all of the latest popular songs. The DJ should have the skills to get the group dancing and participating in games. Kiddie games such as musical chairs or hot potato suddenly become fun again when they are played to current hit tunes. A limbo contest, conga line and even freeze dance will relax the group and keep the party from becoming too cool for fun

via A Tip for a Great Teen Party.

More Rhode Island DJ Tips for a Great Teen Party

The tips below are from Sonoma Family Life

There are many things to consider, but here are the top six I addressed before the party started:

Can Your House Handle It?
Ask yourself if your house big enough to hold a group of your teen’s friends. Is there space for dancing? What areas (like bedrooms) will be off limits? Will partygoers get noisy? Then you need to notify your neighbors of your plans. Remember, most municipalities require that you lower your music by 10 p.m.

When Will It Start?

…And, more importantly, when will it end? Agree on a reasonable length of time for the party. Consider issues such as noise and how guests will get home. Ask your teen to let each guest know that the party will definitely come to a close at the agreed time. (That’s when the music stops and you start putting the food and sodas away.)

Be strict about whether you will be allowing teens to return if they have left. If they told their parents that they’re at your house until 11 p.m., then that’s where the need to stay.

Rhode Island DJ Tips for a Great Teen Party

Batten Down the Hatches

Experienced party-planning parents suggested hiding or locking up anything you want to protect. So plan some extra time to put aside breakable items and valuables before the guests arrive. Set aside a “safe” room at the party where guests can put their coats and bags.

“One of the most important things we found out was that we had to make it clear to both parents and kids we would be there the entire time,” said mom Elaine Payne. Payne, who has two teenage sons, recently hosted a birthday/dance party for her son, Jason. “My husband Jeff and I retreated upstairs and watched a movie, but frequently we’d go downstairs for the proverbial ‘glass of water’ and to check on how the party was going.”

Of course you are going to be there the entire time, but you don’t have to stick out like Shaquille O’Neal at the ballet. As Payne suggests, blend in the background. Keep your distance while maintaining a watchful eye. Consider asking another set of parents to join you in the chaperoning duties. It’s nice to have reinforcements.

Rhode Island DJ Tips for a Great Teen Party

Get the Music Started
One of the easiest ways to make a teen party a hit is to hire a DJ. You’ll want the DJ to know and bring along all of the latest popular songs. Ask if he has ever hosted a teen party. He should have the skills and personality to get the group dancing and participating.

Rhode Island DJ Tips for a Great Teen Party

The Same Old Song

Let the teens choose their own music. Even if it just sounds like a lot of noise to you, as long as the lyrics aren’t offensive, let them enjoy.My mom never liked Led Zeppelin, but she still let me play their albums. So, even if you find 50 Cent’s music annoying, just for this night, tune it out. But you do have control as to how loud they play the edited version of “In Da Club.”

Rhode Island DJ Tips for a Great Teen Party

Good Eatin’
“Keep the food simple,” advises Payne, “just like you did when the kids were little.” Pizza, taco bar, nachos, giant sandwiches, burgers and hot dogs are all winning menu items with teens. Scatter bowls of munchies such as candy, licorice, popcorn and nuts around the party area.

Rhode Island DJ Tips for a Great Teen Party

Just remember, with the right mix of planning, supervision, freedom and restraint, your teen’s party can be a low stress success.

For the remainder of the article  please visit Planning a Teen Co-Ed Birthday Party

Claire Yezbak Fadden, the mother of three sons, has seen her party-planning skills mature as her boys have grown. All that’s left now is to plan a rehearsal dinner.

Rhode Island DJ Tips for a Great Teen Party

If you are planning a Rhode Island Teen Party, I invite you to contact me for recommendations, ideas or Rhode Island DJ tips. If you have any questions or tips for a great teen party, please offer them to my readers.

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No Child Left Behind | Making Music Magazine

The latest information about music’s connection to mental power, wellness, and creativity emphasizes the importance of the art form: it should be an educational priority. The current federal education act produces both positive and negative outcomes for the arts in public schools. Music education advocates say they need strong support from grass-roots movements and local communities.

The Importance of Music Education for Kids

“Parents need to understand that they need to be proactive in this process and not reactive,” says Scott McCormick, founder and CEO for the National Association of Music Parents (AMP). “[School board meetings] are where the decisions are made and the discussions begin to happen, where budgets are looked at and talked about and things are said, where people have to be present on a regular basis to hear those things. Then, rally the troops before it becomes an issue.”

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The Elementary and Secondary Education Act was originally adopted in 1966. Since then, every presidential administration has reauthorized it, but put its own twist on it. The Bush Administration renamed it the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) act in 2002. Their twist was to put more emphasis on testing and accountability. Currently, the act lists music and the arts as core subjects. This is a positive breakthrough in education reform.

“There have been aspects of NCLB that are beneficial for arts education,” says Marcia McCaffrey, president elect for State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education (SEADAE). “For instance, indicating that arts is a core content area and should therefore be available to all students. [But] you can’t say that’s true for the entire nation. Some of our students who need the arts the most to be successful are the ones who are not getting it.”

Problems arise when public schools follow the strict guidelines of adequate yearly progress (AYP), and are subjected to state and federal testing and accountability. This serves as a basis for all federal funding. Currently AYP only measures math and reading skills and public schools have no incentive to test other subjects. This can be unfavorable for the non-tested subjects such as the arts and music. The NCLB assessments and funding process change how administrators and teachers approach arts classes in regard to professional development and scheduling. When nationwide budget cuts take place, the funding for non-tested subjects are affected first, especially in low-income school districts.

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This year the US Department of Education granted various state waivers for NCLB that give more flexibility with federal funds and provide an opportunity for states to redefine their adequacy programs. As Democrats and Republicans continue their struggle over the proper role of the federal government in education, the Obama administration has relieved more than half the nation’s schools from central provisions of NCLB in a short amount of time.

“The way we’re going to get better is to have community arts organizations, providers of supplemental arts instruction, certified arts teachers, and certified teachers in other content areas come together to talk about and show that they value the arts in education,” McCaffrey says.

The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) has partnered with the National Association for Music Education (NAFME) on what is known as the SupportMusic Coalition. Together they are arming the grassroots with the information and tools they need to make a case for supporting local music programs.

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“When parents understand the value of critical thinking, cooperation, creative visioning, collaboration, and developing positive work ethics, they will almost insist that a child be a part of that program,” says Conn-Selmer vice president of education Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser, at a SupportMusic Coalition teleconference. “And there’s no other part of the school curriculum that does this better than music.”

The coalition is designed to inform parents on national statistics and research, laying out the intrinsic value and economic arguments for music education. Educators stress that they can’t achieve change and progress by themselves. They need help from the public.

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“The Support Music Coalition supports grass-roots advocacy and we’re working to keep music and arts education strong in communities everywhere, so every child has a chance to learn music and the arts as part of the core curriculum. Together we’re working to keep music education strong,” says Mary Luehrsen, NAMM director of public affairs and government relations.

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Participation and support are crucial for success. AMP is another nonprofit organization designed to assemble parents of school-aged students and bring about a national movement beginning at the local level.

Wondering how to get involved? There are many ways. Success depends on the involvement of concerned parents and the public. Learn how to rate your school, build your case, and develop effective advocacy strategies at www.SupportMusic.com. Be heard and achieve meaningful results on the local and national level by becoming a member of AMP at www.AMParents.org.

“[Even] for a parent whose child is going to be a doctor or a lawyer, the spin-off benefits [from music education] that the child develops in the habits of life skills, just can’t be denied,” Lautzenheiser says. “If anybody does their research and is able to connect that information to parents, I think our numbers will go up, I think our programs will remain strong, and I think administrators across the country will find a way for us to exist. So, that’s why it’s important for us to hang together rather than separately.”

via No Child Left Behind | Making Music Magazine.

No Child Left Behind

by Avery Galek

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Music and music education are so critical to the appreciation and creation of music. Humans need music and no better time to start than early childhood. I invite us all to support local music and art programs and school funding for music and art.  We all need to get involved and make sure all children get the opportunity to learn and appreciate music as part of a healthy lifestyle.Balnce doe snot just happen magically as an adult, it begins in early childhood. Music is too important to ignore, too important. Making Music Magazine has great articles and resources for musicians, listeners and dancers about music and its impact in our lives. Any Multicultural DJ knows this and is actively engaged in  music for all generations.

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Fun Teen Party DJ – Rhode Island Teen Party DJ

The weather is getting warmer here in New Jersey, slowly but getting warmer. Sp[ring is giving us that freshness we all look forward to that coincides the shift i weather. And time for the Teen Party DJ to be ready to rock the Spring and Summer seasons! Here comes the Sweet Sixteens, Teen Birthdays and Graduation Parties!

Fun Teen Party DJ Music

I know many professional DJs in New Jersey not to look forward to working Teen Parties but I do! Being a Teen Party DJ means you get to play all the current hits to an audience that really appreciates what a good Teen Party DJ can do. As a subscriber to Prime Cuts Music, I am weekly refreshed with all the new hits songs and the songs about to be hits before they are released publically.

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Having the right music for Teens is critical. A good Teen Party DJ is ready and never shows up without all the music needed for a great party with lots of dancing and partying! And of course, good Teen party DJs have fun party lights for the dance floor too.

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DJ Teen Dance Party Mix Part I

I created two of these Teen Dance Party Mixes for a Christmas Present for someone’s daughter. She is nine years old and is both a Classical Pianist and a lover of Pop Music that she can dance to. I figured these might be helpful for someone else as well, whether it be for a teenager having a Dance Party, a Sweet Sixteen or a client wanting to hire me for their Teen Dance Party. Most of the songs were released in 2012 but some of are from 2010 and 2011 as well to add some flavor.

Teen Dance Party Mix Part I

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If you would like me to send you a CD version, please fill-out the Contact Form with your information and I will be glad to ship it to you. Here is the link to Teen Dance Party Part II.

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DJ Teen Dance Party Mix Part II

This is the second part of the DJ Teen Dance Party Mix Series. Teen Dance Party Part I was more focused on 2012 with some 2011 & 2010 additions, where-as Teen Dance Party Part II is more focused on 2011 & 2010 with some 2012 splashed-in to keep it fresh. Here is the link to Teen Dance Party Part I.

DJ Teen Dance Party Mix Part II

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Maroon 5 One More Night

Maroon 5 keeps finding a way to blend their unique style into fascinating pop hits. In this age of sound-alike pop stars, it is refreshing to hear a band create their own sound and be successful to a broad range of listeners like Maroon 5 One More Night.

Maroon 5 One More Night Music Video

Maroon 5 One More Night have listed some of their musical influences as Prince, Michael Jackson, The Police, Oasis, Talking Heads and Shabba Ranks, as well as Stevie Wonder. You can here all these influences in their music and style clearly. It is not a surprise that they produce a poppy, dance-oriented version of Modern Rock with a semi-Reggae beat loosely infused. As a funny side note, the Los Angeles band’s previous name was ‘Kara’s Flowers’ due to the band having a “collective crush” on a girl they all knew. This may be part of the reason they write songs predominantly about love.

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Ellie Goulding Lights

Ellie Goulding Lights was released in North America on August 20, 2011. One year later it is finally at the top of the charts. Ellie Goulding Lights was the third slowest song to reach the Top 40 by a female artist. Ellie Goulding Lights took nineteen weeks to make it to #40 and the longest ever to reach the top five.

Ellie Goulding Lights Music Video

Elena Jane “Ellie” Goulding is a British singer-songwriter who has enjoyed significant success in the U.K. and finally in The USA and Canada. She has won many awards in the U.K. and achieved critical acclaim to match her popularity. The music video was filmed nearly two years ago before the release of the single “Your Song”, a cover of the Elton John classic, “Lights” was released as a single months later. At one point it was not included in the album titled Lights and then the eventual EP Bright Lights in the U.K. The North American version does include the song on the album.

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Ellie Goulding Lights Story

Ellie Goulding Lights received mostly positive reviews from critics. Horatia Harrod of The Daily Telegraph commented that the song is “threaded with dark thoughts, but set to an airy pop production bordering on polite. Her voice is the real star. She has the magical ability, not unlike her heroine, Björk, to sing with a sort of controlled tremulousness: her voice aches with vulnerability but never breaks.” The Guardian reviewer Johnny Dee described the song as “a welcome return to her patented folky-pop-with-some-tasteful-drum-and-bass-wobble sound”. Genevieve Koski of The A.V. Club was also positive of the song, giving it an A− and praising the song’s “organic-sounding” production and Goulding’s “ethereal, restrained” vocals, while Steven Hyden of The A.V. Club gave it a C, claiming that Goulding sounds too “restrained” and “aloof to the point of emotional constipation”.[15] About.com‘s Bill Lamb rated the song three-and-a-half out of five stars, calling it “a pleasing, catchy slice of electro-pop” and noting that “Goulding’s voice has an edge of sadness and vulnerability that sets the song apart from standard dance pop”, but concluded, “In a pop music world dominated by distinctive vocalists, it is too easy for a song like ‘Lights’ to feel polite and get lost in the shuffle.”[

Professional DJs can play Ellie Goulding Lights in many different situations since it matches several genre and demographics.

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Jessie J Price Tag

I remember when I heard Jessie J Price Tag for the first time last year around this time. I was prepping for a professional DJ gig in Philly that was a benefit for kids. I try to do at least one gig a month that supports organizations working to make this a better place for all of us. It is hard for me to say no, since I was a counselor and social worker for almost twenty years, especially if it has to do with children. Besides, what is more fun than being a DJ for a kids event?  I made sure I listened to all my tracks to be certain I would know what mixes well with what. Kids can be supportive but when it comes to music, they are very specific in their wants and needs and they are not shy about asking or demanding.


As soon as I arrived at the event with my professional DJ equipment still in my hands, the event organizer came over to greet me with a a pack of young girls trailing behind her. She inrtoduced the girls to me and they could not be quiet long enough for me to hear what they were trying to ask me. When they calmed down so I could hear them, these two adorable girls kept begging me and made me promise to play Jessie J Price Tag for them. I was very surprised because Jessie J Price Tag had not made it to mainstream popularity yet and they were only about ten years old.

Jessie J Price Tag Music Video

I promised them I would play Jessie J Price Tag and I did. Of course twenty minutes after I played the song, they asked for me to play again and then thirty minutes later for a third time. The thing about being a professional DJ at an event or party for kids, is you have to break the once an event rule for songs. They will not leave you alone till they break you down and get you to agree. How can you say no to them if they keep comig over with such excitement and enthusiasm?

Kid Dancing at Fun Rhode Island Wedding DJ Jessie J Price Tag

Besides, it is getting harder and harder to find songs to play for young kids that have lyrics that are not made for teens or adults. In this case, Jessie J Price Tag is about not worrying about money and to dance to forget and not be so serious. A message we all need to hear every ow and then.

Jessie J Price Tag Lyrics

[Jessie J]
Okay, Coconut man, Moon Heads and pea
You ready

Seems like everybody’s got a price,
I wonder how they sleep at night.
When the sale comes first,
And the truth comes second,
Just stop for a minute and

Why is everybody so serious?
Acting so damn mysterious?
Got your shades on your eyes
And your heels so high
That you can’t even have a good time

Everybody look to their left (yeah)
Everybody look to their right (uh)
Can you feel that (yeah)
We’re paying with love tonight

It’s not about the money, money, money
We don’t need your money, money, money
We just wanna make the world dance,
Forget about the price tag
Ain’t about the (uh) Cha-Ching Cha-Ching
Ain’t about the (yeah) Ba-Bling Ba-Bling
Wanna make the world dance,
Forget about the price tag.

[Jessie J]
We need to take it back in time,
When music made us all unite!
And it wasn’t low blows and video hoes,
Am I the only one getting tired?

Why is everybody so obsessed?
Money can’t buy us happiness
Can we all slow down and enjoy right now
Guarantee we’ll be feeling alright



Yeah yeah
Well, keep the price tag
And take the cash back
Just give me six strings and a half stack
And you can, can keep the cars
Leave me the garage
And all I, yes all I need
Are keys and guitars
And guess what, in 30 seconds
I’m leaving to Mars
Yeah we leaving across
These undefeatable odds
It’s like this man
You can’t put a price on a life
We do this for the love
So we fight and sacrifice
Every night
So we ain’t gonna stumble and fall
Waiting to see a sign of defeat
Uh uh
So we gonna keep everyone
Moving their feet
So bring back the beat
And then everyone sing

It’s not about the money

[Chorus 2x]

[Jessie J ‒ Outro]
Yeah yeah
Forget about the price tag


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