It’s always fun to add some Christmas inspired songs to your dance list if you’re a stripper at Rhode Island Dolls in Woonsocket, RI. Customers love the holidays and when you play holiday inspired music it inspires good cheer. They are in a good mood and you’re in a good mood and when that happens you make better money when you’re on the stage. Classic Christmas songs always go over well, but there’s lots of modern holiday songs that you can add to your list as well.
Here are some of the top holiday songs to inspire a Christmas spirit:
#1 “Santa Baby” – Madonna
Seasoned veterans and newbies don’t always agree on routines or attire, but there’s one stripper-friendly song that exotic dancers everywhere love to dance to: “Santa Baby” by Madonna. Madonna’s all grown up now, but she was pretty wild back in the day. Whether you remember her crazy outfits from the past or are only familiar with her sugary-sweet voice in this holiday hit, you will have a blast slowly undressing or grinding flirtaciously to this tune.
#2 “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” – Jimmy Boyd
As a child, you probably listened to this song and wondered how you’d react if you found your very own mother making out with Santa underneath the mistletoe. The song is clean and innocent, making it a perfect piece to pair with your all-white attire or Santa-themed lingerie. But it is fun and frisky too, so you will certainly be able to keep the attention of your customers.
#3 “Christmas Wrapping” – The Waitresses
The lyrics to “Christmas Wrapping” don’t start out being very cheerful, but the song has a fast beat that is easy to dance to. It’s the type of song that everybody likes and has heard a few dozen times over the years, even though nobody ever remembers who sings it or what it’s called. You’ll find yourself mentally singing, “Merry Christmas, Merry Christmas” as you twirl around your pole with the rest of the RI Dolls at the strip joint.
#4 “All I Want for Christmas is You” – Mariah Carey
It doesn’t matter that you’re happily married or have a boyfriend at home. For a few brief minutes, every guest in the strip club feels like you want them – and only them – as you strip to Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You”. Sure, you’d probably prefer diamonds or a tuition check to your college, but nobody has to know that. Put a sultry smile on your face, channel your inner Mariah, and make every client feel special when this jam comes on the speakers.
#5 “Jingle Bell Rock” – Bobby Helms
The Rhode Island Dolls are known for being able to get any audience pumped up and excited, and “Jingle Bell Rock” is always a crowd pleaser. Bobby Helms first created this tune many years ago, but the song is just as popular today as it was back then. Folks of all ages, from college students to older patrons who remember when the song was first released, will bob their heads along to the melody as you smile flirtaciously and glide across the stage.
#6 “Cheetah-licious Christmas” – The Cheetah Girls
The Cheetah Girls are bubbly and beautiful, just like the exotic dancers at the Rhode Island Dolls. If you want to dress in an ensemble that complements the song, try a cheetah-print thong and jungle-inspired bra. Unleash your wild side as you arch your back, point your toes, and sway your hips to the lively beat and playful lyrics of this non-conventional holiday song. Whether you decide to play one of these tunes or strip to all of them at your Woonsocket gentlemen’s club, your patrons will find it easy to get into the holiday mood this year.
#7 “Carol of the Bells” – Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Turn on “Carol of the Bells” and attempt to sit still. It’s hard, isn’t it? This classic holiday tune takes on a dramatic, captivating twist when performed by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Sure, you can play another version if you want to, but it won’t liven up a holiday stripping routine quite the same way as this melody. Cellos, violins, and drums make this intense holiday song an excellent choice for any stripper to dance to. The group has a few other incredible songs, but this one is the most memorable. Play it at the beginning or end of a routine to grab the attention of everybody near the stage.