|"Dance, Dance, Dance"|
|Single by The Beach Boys|
|from the album The Beach Boys Today!|
|B-side||"The Warmth of the Sun"|
|Released||October 26, 1964|
|Recorded||October 9, 1964|
|Genre||Rock, Surf rock|
|Writer(s)||Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Mike Love|
|The Beach Boys singles chronology|
"Dance, Dance, Dance" is a song written by Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson and Mike Love for the American singing group, The Beach Boys. It was released on their 1965 album The Beach Boys Today!. It was also released as a single in 1964, with the B-side of the single being "The Warmth of the Sun." The single peaked at #8 in the U.S. and #24 in the U.K. It was also #7 on Canada's national RPM chart, #6 in Sweden, and in France was their fourth song to place on the Jukebox chart.
Across the States, the single tended to be held out of the top five of regional playlists by a log-jam of British Invasion acts, and burst through to No. 1 only in Washington DC (WKMC), San Jose and Providence. It was #4 in San Francisco and Dallas.
The song was released in mono, but a recently unearthed stereo version was released on their Hawthorne compilation. Wilson Phillips recorded a cover version for their California album. Also, a version with different lyrics appears on the Today CD as a bonus track.