Numa Numa Dance - page 2
Funny kid doing a Romania song. Song is not bad but the kid's expression is great. -Dan... Read More
Feb 19, '05Quote from 3rdShiftGuyI like the song too. It is a good song to dance to. It definitely brought a big smile to my face and gave me a lift.I love it. Mainly because the song got a lot of spins on my player last year. It would be great if it caught on enough to make it a hit here, like it's been in the rest of the world. The beginning is actually yodel (sp?). Not many hits have yoddling in it.
Thanks for the video link Dan. The one on Launch isn't there anymore and when I tried to google it, I kept coming up with sites about this guy!
I didn't know that was yodel in the beginning (not very good with European stuff), that is a bit of interesting information.
Feb 19, '05Quote from stevielynnYou know, I also wonder for those of us who liked it, what are some of the reasons. Maybe it somehow bring the child that is in us out just for a moment? A child with no worries and just a bundle of enjoyment and not caring what other thinks.That is what the newscaster said last night . . that he matched the lyrics well. Both newscasters loved it and they are old fuddy duddies on a local news show in a rural area.
Feb 19, '05Quote from danu3You know, I also wonder for those of us who liked it, what are some of the reasons. Maybe it somehow bring the child that is in us out just for a moment? A child with no worries and just a bundle of enjoyment and not caring what other thinks.
Dan if there was a webcam in my house last summer and fall when I had my IPOD on listening to that song, I would have looked exactly like that kid. Dancing and carrying on. It's a great pop song. Kind of like the Ketchup Song or the Macarena. Some songs are just so catchy and fun you gotta cut up. Fortunately for you guys I do my cutting up in private. LOL
Feb 19, '05I gotta confess: I actually dragged my 280+ pounds out on a dance floor once---at my dh's company Christmas party, no less---and DID the *******' Macarena. And liquor wasn't even involved. My daughter Amanda, who was in middle school at the time, had taught me the dance, and for some reason I just couldn't resist the temptation when the deejay announced the song and people headed for the floor.
Hubby, of course, did NOT join me---his idea of dancing is to put his arms around me and spin around slowly in circles until one leg feels like it'll fall off---but to his credit, he just said "Go ahead" and then watched thirty-plus grown men and women wiggle and jiggle to that incredibly dumb but catchy tune........with the emphasis on jiggle where I was concerned.
It was, to be honest, a helluva lot of fun, but at this stage of my life, I'm glad I have a little more dignity than I did back then........and so, I'm sure, is my husband.