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Here are the Top 25 Dance Club Songs in the country according to Billboard Magazine. Interestingly, I have most of them in my collection. :P

#1 - "Glamorous" - Fergie

#2 - "Change" - Kimberley Locke

#3 - "I Want Your Love" - Jody Watley

#4 - "You're the One" - Ono

#5 - "Beautiful Liar" - Beyonce & Shakira

#6 - "Que Hiciste" - Jennifer Lopez

#7 - "Read My Mind" - The Killers

#8 - "He's Alive" - A Girl Called Jane

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#9 - "Pegate" - Ricky Martin

#10 - "I Could Fall in Love with You" - Erasure

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#11 - "4 in the Morning" - Gwen Stefani

#12 - "Ice Box" - Omarion

#13 - "Forever" - Alyson

#14 - "With Love" - Hilary Duff

#15 - "All Around the World" - Lionel Richie

#16 - "Make it Happen" - Maya Azucena

#17 - "All Good Things (Come to an End)" - Nelly Furtado

#18 - "Gimme Gimme (Disco Shimmey)" - Frankie Nuckles

#19 - "Alive" - Tim Rex Experiment feat. Graziella

#20 - "Spotlight" - Amador & Carrillo feat. Georgia Nicole

#21 - "Candyman" - Christina Aguilera

#22 - "Rapture 2007" - iio

#23 - "Can't Keep it a Secret" - Jacinta

#24 - "Dark Territory" - Junkie XL

#25 - "Beautiful Day" - Matt Darey

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