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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old Jan 4th, 2005, 10:44 PM Thread Starter
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Have you ever danced "La Macarena"???


there's now an interview with the singers of this spanish song and i've seen pictures of the gymnastics dancing it in Atlanta 96 , Hillary Clinton or Alberto de Monaco, have you ever danced La Macarena????


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Sure - it's great - especially if you are drunk...
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Of course I have... I was 14 when that song was huge, what did you expect?
Though 2 years ago they played it at a party and me and some of my friends decided to dance it again, and I remembered the moves!
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The real question is: Who didn't?

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The real question is: Who didn't?
you're right i love this song and i danced it and even try to sing it!

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I gotta go with S-T-E-V-E on this one, yes, but I was shitfaced and stupid and wouldn't admit it anywhere else, so keep it just between us, ok? I wouldn't want that kind of info getting out, it would ruin whatever dignity I have left...
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post #9 of 32 (permalink) Old Jan 5th, 2005, 08:37 AM
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Everyone has

Why is it that the world never remembered the name of Johann Gambolputty de von Ausfern-
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Damn it now I have the bloody Macarena in my head...

...and I'm downloading the filmclip by Los del Rio

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The real question is: Who didn't?
I couldn't agree more
Along with Asereje it must be the biggest Spanish hit ever
They said yesterday in the interview they have sold around 120 millions of copies of that song
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I couldn't agree more
Along with Asereje it must be the biggest Spanish hit ever
They said yesterday in the interview they have sold around 120 millions of copies of that song
That's true... and it's kinda scary, in a sense I must say I had a better time with Aserejé. My rendition of the choreography proposed by Las Ketchups for the chorus was sensational And after learning it in Spain during my summer holidays, I came back to Italy and taught it to a good deal of friends

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"La Macarena" has been played at just about every dance I've ever gone to. I can do at least four versions of it. Plus the lyrics are funny. Viva La Macarena!

Well, I walk into the room
Passing out hundred dollar bills
And it kills and it thrills like the horns on my Silverado grill
And I buy the bar a double round of crown
And everybody's getting down
And this town ain't never gonna be the same.
Cause I saddle up my horse and I ride into the city
I make a lot of noise
Cause the girls, they are so pretty...

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ez Amélie!

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I used to do it. I liked the short version of the dance (seen in the Los Del Rio version), and it was said that that dance was the right one

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post #15 of 32 (permalink) Old Jan 5th, 2005, 12:17 PM
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Unfortunately - Even worse, I could (and would) still be able to dance it if I heard it

(Wasn't it declared one of Spanish top50 songs of all time? close in the rankings to "La Chica Ye Ye" )


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