Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance

"Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance" is a song written by Frank Zappa and first recorded and released by Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention on their 1968 album We're Only In It For The Money. The song was originally recorded as an instrumental by Frank Zappa in 1961 at Pal Recording Recording Studio.

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