For those of us who like the old timey burlesque (bare a shoulder, ankle, use fans and feather boas) as opposed to an actual modern bump and grind strip, let me offer some ideas- you can pretty much make up your own vinatge looking moves to these and it looks good without feeling too scandalous:
"The Stripper" by David Rose, the most famous burlesque song ever
"Fever" and "Hey Big Spender" by either Brenda or Peggy Lee, I forget which
"You can leave your hat on" by Tom Jones
"Let me Entertain You"- Various, but Ethel Merman's the best
And you must rent the musical "Gypsy" which is an old comedy about the famous burlesque queen, Gypsy Rose Lee.
Also, visit this page from the "Burlesque Project", which documents the stars and times of New Orleans burlesque from the 40's to the 60's:
My mother grew up in New Orleans in the 50's and 60's. Her father managed several swanky yet sophisticated gentleman's clubs. My Mom met and hung out backstage with many burlesque performers as a child/teen, and was of course fascinated by them and their costumes. What little girl wouldn't be? Anyway, I of course picked up on that myself, and have always had a penchant for the glamourous and slightly naughty.
One night at Karaoke, I sang "Hey, Big Spender". (Yes, I had a tiny buzz.) While I was doing this, I picked up a bar towel and was twirling it around while prancing and doing my little burlesque moves. Hubby was mortified, but then he was thrilled when I got a standing ovation. They always beg me to do it again but I only do it about once a year. teehee. It's fun. Everyone should try this at least once...