Ready to have some fun at your next dance party? Several group dances, including the "Chicken Dance," are favorites among DJs, so make sure you know all the steps.
The "Chicken Dance" is frequently a party favorite. No matter your dance skill level, you can learn how to do the chicken dance. All you need is the willingness to allow yourself to look a little silly.
All you need is the willingness to allow yourself to look a little silly.
Or really, really silly
The “Chicken Dance” was first written by Swiss accordion player Werner Thomas in the ‘50s. As the stories go, it was originally written and sung as a drinking song at Oktoberfest.
Also known as The "Chicken Dance" has had many names (and incarnations) over the years. It has also been known as “The Birdie Song,” “The Chicken Song,” "Dance Little Bird," "Vogeltanz" (The Bird Dance), "Vogerltanz" (Little Bird Dance or Birdie Dance), "De Vogeltjesdans" (The Dance of the Little Birds) and "Der Ententanz" (The Duck Dance). In fact, the latter was the song's original name.
This can quickly break the ice at ANY, i repeat, ANY parties!
This is how people react - we would do exactly the same if we were them
So next time you are doing the "Chicken Dance" at a wedding, know that you're really, historically speaking, dancing like a duck.
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