Hoofd schouders, knie en teen.
Tête, épaules, genoux et pieds.
The Dutch version used to be one of my favorite being a small child. Probably because of the dance. I can very vividly remember doing this song over and over again on one of our holidays.
I was reminded of the use of bodyparts because of the whole Anaconda-scandal. Let's see which bodyparts make good music.
Manhattan Rhytm Kings - Happy Feet
No list is complete without a little jazz. Happy Feet is a song from the movie with the same name. Though that one is a very white version and doesn't swing nearly as good as this Manhattan Rhytm Kings version. The song is on the soundtrack of the Aviator, thus proving again, the one selecting the music for that movie is a genius. Why wiggle your butt, if you can move your happy feet?
Shakira ft. Wycleff Jean - Hips Don't Lie
Being Latina, Shakira surely knows how to move her hips, as she is very keen to demonstrate in this video. The song is sometimes a bit hard to understand, but basically the two are saying; body talks, but in a more sexy way. Yes, when you know how to dance, you're one step ahead of all the rest of the girls trying to get a man.
Meagan Trainor - Lips are movin'
If your lips are movin', you're lyin' is the very nice message of this song, that reminds me very much of Trainors first single, All about that bass which is about her whole body and also not the nicest thing anyone ever sang about. Buy hey, we'll forgive her, because both of these songs are so catchy, I very often wake up with them stuck in my head.
Kylie Minogue - In My Arms
I have a confession to make. I very much enjoy the music of Kylie Minogue. And very handy for this list, Kylie sings a lot about bodyparts. Can't get you out of my head, In your eyes, 2 Hearts, Hand on your heart, Put your hands up and this one, In my arms. The video is very Kylie futuristic, modern and colorful.
Kormac - Wash My Hands
Kormac makes amazing music. He is one of the best known electro-swing artists in the world. This song isn't much about the lyrics, but this list is rather bogus anyways, so just enjoy this happy little piece of devine music.