Where does the phrase "close to patton for a dance" come from?

In context, they said "I'll whoop your *** like patton for a foxtrot, son". I want to know what it means and where on earth it comes from. Please only answer if you know, don't guess.

Answers:    Patton=Patton leather shoes and belt=mandatory apparel for dance in the hoary days.
Basically, totally necessary (a)ss whooping
I judge it refers to Paula Patton. Is that you in the cooperation?

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