hokey cokey


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hokey cokey

(ˈkəʊkɪ)
n
(Music, other) a Cockney song with a traditional dance routine to match the words
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All I heard over the weekend was people urging in, while others urged out - I'll be happy if I never hear the hokey cokey again.
It's been hard to get over my |addiction to the Hokey Cokey.
After the judges go back to London, it's a long thankless slog punctuated by men fighting in budget hotel foyers and children doing the hokey cokey at the holiday park.
The whole assembly joined in the hokey cokey before a huge circle - half the length of Page Terrace - formed for Auld Lang Syne before the Page Terrace folk reluctantly retired to their respective homes, loath to leave the scene of the grand finale to a red letter day in the history of their neighbourhood.
Stop doing the World Cup Hokey Cokey with the dates and do the obvious thing: give it to Australia.
ROBBIE WILLIAMS: ONE NIGHT AT THE PALLADIUM (8pm BBC 1) ISAW a T-Shirt recently that said: "What if the hokey cokey really is what it's all about?
Dene i's best known for his days with the band Black Lace who released popular party hits such as Agadoo, Do The Conga and Hokey Cokey.
A children's disco will start at 5pm on all three days with fun games such as the hokey cokey and musical statues, and a magic show will take the musical entertainment up until 8pm.
how to do the Hokey Cokey although I'm happy to admit my 'right foot in' manoeuvre needs work.
Both said one of the highlights was encouraging their classes into a mass round of Hokey Cokey to help the children learn their left from their right in English.
He has also worked with comedian Bill Bailey, most notably in Bill Bailey's stand up show Part Troll where he sings the Hokey Cokey in the style of German electronic band Kraftwerk during the encore.
Well, when it comes to the EU, the Conservative MP for North Warwickshire risks being dubbed the Hokey Cokey MP.