Shocking Homecoming Dance Song Playlist

It’s times like these that I’d love to have just a moment with the founding fathers of our country and ask then to clarify their intentions about our first amendment rights?

Were they referring to the songs that are going to be played at my daughter’s high school homecoming dance this coming Saturday? Because my daughter saw the list posted on one of the school’s Facebook pages and I took a gander.

You’d be shocked what schools allow to be played.

Last year I wrote an article about what happens “in the dark” at school dances after chaperoning one of my daughter’s school dances and actually posted some of the lyrics to the foul songs that were played. Imagine my delight when I saw those songs in the docket for this coming weekend.

Rather than even chiming in any more about this… I’ll just post the list of songs. I encourage you to cut and paste songs from this list into Google and add the word “lyrics.” If you really want your eyes opened, start with the third song on the playlist. That’s right; Google “Ayy Ladies Travis Porter Lyrics.”

Let’s Go- Calvin Harris

Don’t Wake Me Up- Chris Brown

Ayy Ladies- Travis Porter

The Night Out- Martin Solveig

Scream- usher

Bangarang- Skrillex

Drop It Low- Ester Dean

Heads Will Roll (A-Trak Remix)- Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Pretty Girls (Benny Benassi Remix) – Wale

Le Disko (Boys Noize Fire Mix) Shiny Toy Guns

Cat Daddy- The Rej3ctz

Get Ourra Your Mind- Lil Jon

Alors On Dance (Remix feat. Kanye West & Gilbere Forte) – Stromae

Wobble- VIC

Hey Baby (Drop It To The Floor)- Pitbull

Cinema (Skrillex Remix) – Benny Benassi

Tonight (I’m Loving You)- Enrique Iglesias

Levels- Avicii

Where Have You Been- Rihanna

Take Over Control- Afrojack

Blow- Ke$ha

Whistle- Flo Rida

Sofi Needs a Ladder – Deadmau5

And We Danced- Macklemore

Brokenhearded- Karmin

Lose Control- Missy Elliot

Barbra Sreisand- Duck Sauce

Antiodote- Knife Party & Swedish House Mafia

Till the World Ends- Britney Spears

We Run The Night- Havana Brown

We Are Young (Alvin Risk Remix)- Fun

Yeah 3x- Chris Brown

I Can’t Stop- Flux Pavilion

Low (feat T-Pain)- Flo Rida

Get Low- Lil Jon

Yeah- Usher

Run It- Chris Brown

The Night Out (A-Trak Remix) – Martin Solveig

Stereo Love- Edward Maya

Bass Down Low- Dev ft. The Cataracs

Memories- David Guetta

Gangnam Style- Psy

Snapbacks & Tattoos- Driicky Graham

Bottoms Up- Trey Songz

Save The World- Swedish House Mafia

Good Time- Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen

Titanium- David Guetta

Lights (Bassnectar Remix)- Ellie Goulding

Beautiful People- Benny Benassis Feat. Chris Brown

Give Me Everything (Tonight) – Pitbull

Tell Me When to Go – E40

Smack that – Akon ft. Eminem

Thriller- Michael Jackson

Tonight Is the Night- Outasight

Chasing The Sun- The Wanted

Paper Planes – MIA

Carry Out – Timbaland & Justin Timberlake

Domino- Jessie J

Best Love Song- T-Pain feat. Chris Brown

I Don’t Want To Miss a Thing- Aerosmith

Thinking Bout You- Frank Ocean

  • Tim McSwain

    Schools are becoming more and more disturbing.

  • Brooke

    We’ve been having these conversations since the dawn of music and dancing. Older generations lament the younger generation’s “excuse” for music. First it was Elvis, then the Beatles, and now Flo Rida. Don’t get me wrong, I am in no way equating the talent of the Beatles with Pitbull. And true, the standards of music have definitely fallen over time. These all fall in the “bump and grind” category that all our school administrators had conniptions over when I was in high school 10 years ago. Too bad kids just don’t enjoy some nice bluegrass or jazz, eh? I used to think, “What can it hurt?” until I had my own little girl last year and now find myself having fits over how far country music has fallen these days. I think I’m now officially “old”.

  • Joseph Villa

    I took your advice and googled the lyrics to the song “Ayy Ladies”. Why do we allow these kinds of things in our schools and into our homes and then wonder why our kids are going sideways? Who sets the playlist? I agree, I am now oficially ‘old’, but when it comes to my daughter and trying to bring her up in a right way, I’m okay with that.

  • Boo

    Well let’s see where do i begin…. Well obviously yes, music has changed.. This has always been a huge discussion between my husband and I over the years, because we too have 2 girls.. BUT I have to remind him of what WE listened to in high school as well.. Let’s see I can name a few… Beastie Boys, Tone Loc – Baby Got Back, Aerosmith even (Hot tramp – daddy’s little cutie = Ragdoll), Madonna – Like a virgin, and i could go on and on.. I talk to the kids about the meanings, rights and wrongs, how they should carry themselves as a lady and more.. As long as you talk to your kids and are open about what IS in our world today and teach them between right and wrong who cares what they listen too.. (As long as it’s not about the devil I’m good). As I grew older my genre’s expanded and I still listen to some of the old top 40 favorites.. 80′s rock, pop, Indie Rock, Some Country, Hip Hop, R&B, Jazz, Rock, Classic Rock, Motown, Classic 50′s, 60′s and even some 40′s…I listen to everything from John Mayer, Michael Buble, Emmylou Harris, to Nickleback, Bruno Mars, Christopher Cross, Maroon 5.. My list is BIG and ODD but i love a lot of different things.. They will too one day…. Using myself as an example because I was once young too and listened to “not approved by parents” songs… They will grow, and so will their expansion in taste and styles of music.. I really think it’s over-thought out and worried about too much by parents these days… Also, you can’t survey everything they listen to all the time or they would feel smothered.. Smothered = Rebellion…Don’t try to live your life through your kids, just make sure you teach them right and wrong through the songs meanings which i’m sure you do …The kids are smarter than we sometimes give them credit…and you should have no worries.. When I would worry is if they start wearing pants they can’t hold up and they constantly fall on the floor, or wearing gang colors maybe then I would worry… Everyone just try and remember our parents fussed at us about our music …as we rolled our eyes…

  • Willie Hooper

    Yeah these songs aren’t that bad. The worst song on here is aye ladies. But as long as they are clean nbd