Silence of the lamb has a soundtrack but one song is not on it it kinda like a alternative song who sings it the killer is in the basment dancing with the the makeup and all?
'Sunny Day ' by Book of Love
Break dancing was invented in the 1970s, as an alternative to fighting between rival street gangs. They would dance, and the winners would earn respect and also make rules (such as the losing team getting out of their territory). Eventually, music accompanied the dancing, which consisted of the disc jockey looping the rhythmic sections of dance records. These sections came to be known as "breaks" or "breakbeats." This is where breakdance got its name from.
The Ooga-Chaka song (used on Ally McBeal) was "Hooked on a feeling" originally written by B.J. Thomas. The "Ooga-Choka" version is a 70's cover of that song by a group called Blue Swede. The song was not added to the dancing baby by the same person that created dancing baby. The original creator of dancing baby recently created his own soundtrack for it. -DJ Craig
The songs on the soundtrack of Dirty Dancing (1987) are as follows: "Be My Baby" "Big Girls Don't Cry" "Meringue" "Fox Trot" "Waltz" "Johnny's Mambo" "Where Are You Tonight?" "Do You Love Me?" "Love Man" "Stay" "Wipe Out" "Hungry Eyes" "Overload" "Hey Baby" "De Todo un Poco" "Some Kind of Wonderful" "These Arms of Mine" "Cry to Me" "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" "Love Is Strange" "You Don't Own Me" "Yes" "In the Still of…
Bailar. (To dance) Balio.(I dance OR I am dancing) Bailas.(You dance. OR You are dancing) Baila.(He is, she is, you are, it is dancing.) Bailamos(We dance OR we are dancing) Baliais(the 2nd "a" has a accent going up) Bailan.(They are dancing(Fem./Mascu.) OR You all are dancing) ~ Spanish dancing is the Flamenco