Dance song

Songs can be meaningful, but not this one! 

It has a lot of repetition and you don’t even need to hear the song played to know that it has a very strong beat. The lyrics are mainly actions. In short, this is a song that wants you to dance!

You can copy this song and reword it to suit the picture, or you can write your own. Just as long as it contains those features.

Shake, shake, shake, Señora, 
Shake your body line
Shake, shake, shake, Señora, 
Shake it all the time
Work, work, work, Señora, 
Work your body line
Work, work, work, Señora, 
Work it all the time

My girl's name is Señora
I tell you friends, I adore her
And when she dances, oh brother!
She's a hurricane in all kinds of weather

Jump in Line is a much-covered and sampled calypso song originally written and performed by Lord Kitchener in 1946, but it was Harry Belafonte’s version in 1961 that made the song popular. Belafonte’s version has been used in a lot of places, such as Just Dance 2 & 3 and the movie Beetlejuice.

‘Collins St, 5p.m.’ by John Brack

Walk, walk, walk, Fiona, 
Walk on Collins Street
Jog, jog, jog, Fiona, 
Jogging to the beat
Run, run, run, Fiona, 
Run to the ticket line
Go, go, go, Fiona, 
Get your train on time

My partner's name is Fiona
When she runs late she’s a moaner.
If she misses the train then, oh brother!
She curses the world and swears like no other

Write a catchy song, using the painting as the starting point. Use repetition, actions and a steady beat to create something that makes you dance!