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    Default dance to the music and dance with music

    Hi, folks, I know "officially" it's supposed to be "dance to the music/song"

    But what about "dance with music"---is it wrong, strained, or subtly different than "dance to the music", and how?

    Punch it in yahoo and you'd find out there are more than 6,000 websites using "dance with music" in their texts, and at least I know you need to use it as an opposite of "dance without music".

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    Default Re: dance to the music and dance with music

    Strained to me, except as a contrast to dancing without music.

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    Default Re: dance to the music and dance with music

    thanks.

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