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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I was addicted to the Hokey Cokey but I turned myself around.
Mr Caskie led the children and adults in games of pass the parcel, Christmas corners, musical bumps, the Hokey Cokey and many more.
It ended up on the local TV news and our management barred us from doing the Hokey Cokey ever again throughout all their sites in the UK.
I feel like shaking it all about, doing the hokey cokey and telling these politicians: "You are a bunch of privileged, middle class men, so out of touch with the public and the reality of our lives.
You put your left foot in You pull your left foot out You do the hokey cokey And you shake it all about.
Now the vast majority of businesses are keeping schtum because Cameron's all over the shop with his hokey cokey in-out strategy on the European Referendum.
Not only is it free, environmentally friendly and often the fastest way to travel, but it also gives the snappers outside my house a bit of variety" Jeremy Corbyn "It's hard to give that up and say 'Now, I am going to settle down and have a family and be a little wifey"' Stage star Sheridan Smith, above, says she is too much of a workaholic to consider getting married "The Hokey Cokey would be perfect.
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.
But Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie " Rennie said: "John Swinney's hokey cokey performance saw him rule each alternative out one by one before ruling them all back in again without stating what his plan B would be.
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?
A TEESSIDE charity worker has revealed how Prince Charles, famously, ended up doing the hokey cokey with school children in Sri Lanka.
how to do the Hokey Cokey although I'm happy to admit my 'right foot in' manoeuvre needs work.