Chicken Dance

Andrew Buxton

Message 1008 · 14 Feb 1995 15:26:23 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Can we please have this in Pilling notation?

>
> Picture in your mind a room full of adult people leaping to their
> feet as the MC announces, "and now the CHICKEN DANCE!"
> They extend both arms upward into the "caberfeidh" position,
> fingers forming into puckered chicken beaks. As the music
> starts, everybody sings along: "Ta-ta-ta-dadadadah,
> ta-ta-ta-dadadadah, " as their fingers open and close like a
> chicken beak. Then everyone tucks their hands into their armpits
> and flaps their wings, as they continue to sing along. Then all
> these happy chicken imitators wriggle their tail feathers while
> flapping and singing. You repeat this sequence until the band
> stops playing. I think that's it -- Ree, did I miss any critical part?
> It's pretty funny, and after a beer or two, nobody is particularly
> embarrassed!
>
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