I love to dance. Columbus has a great scene for people who like to go out on the weekends (or even the weekdays) and get down with a few friends.
I have probably had the most fun ever on a night out dancing when Harry Belafonte’s song “Jump in the Line” rang out on the sound system. On this particular night, the bar was packed. It was a busy Saturday. When the first few notes struck out, the whole dancefloor formed into a huge conga line. I’ve never seen that happen before, and you could tell that everyone was having the best time just caught up in the moment. There’s something about songs like this that immediately get everyone up on their feet, no matter where they are.
“Jump in the Line” is one of those go-to songs I use to get a party going. But sometimes it gets me dancing even if I’m at home, alone, with dishes to wash and laundry to do.