For those of you familiar with CPR and those who are not, timing chest compressions is key when attempting to revive someone whose heart has stopped beating. Turns out that any song set to 100 beats per minute according to doctors is the "ideal beat" to keep in your head while you serve those potentially life-saving chest compressions. Following this logic, the folks over at Idolator came up with "Stayin' Alive" by the Bee Gees as the perfect beat with which to keep time. But over here at SoulBounce, we figured it might be kind of fun to think up some more contemporary songs that you can use while saving weakened hearts. Both "O.P.P" by Naughty by Nature and "Tennessee" by Arrested Development keep the right pace at 100 bpm. "Jump Around" by House of Pain barely makes it, clocking in at 108 bpm, while Outkast's "Hey Ya" is not the song to chest compress to. At 159 bpm, "Hey Ya" will have you calling "help" faster than you can compress that chest. So, when someone shouts for CPR, remember "O.P.P." as "Ode to Pulsatile Pressure"...or something like that.