I have always described myself as a singer who plays the guitar rather than a guitarist who sings. I have from time to time joked that I like to make people dance to my tunes rather than dancing to other peoples tunes. I would not go as far as to say that I have two left feet but it will take a lot of liquid courage to make me dance while I do not need any encouragement to sing or play the guitar anytime or anywhere. I may put up a little bit of showmanship but that is all part of the performance. That being said there is one song that is most likely to make me feel like dancing and that is dancing shoes by Cliff Richard. It has the capacity to lift me up no matter what mood I am in and at the end of the day that is what a good dancing song should do.
The chords of this are extremely simple and to a great extent lazy because three of the four chords can be played with only one main. The trick to this is to use A6 as the base instead of the traditional A. This would mean that you will be playing A6, F#m (muted 6th string) and a Dadd9. They are essentially the same chords and will save you the trouble of switching between chords.
Have fun, play along but most importantly put on those dancing shoes.