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What are your favourite Primary School Disco songs?

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    Surfing through youtube earlier and found some old classics which often made an appearance at my Primary School discos and gave me nostalgia. My favourites had to be "cotton eyed joe", "hey hey baby ooh ah" and "the cha cha slide".

    HOWEVER, my absolute 110% personal favourite had to be T-Spoon's 'Sex on the Beach'. It was so blatantly rude and explicit but nobody (including the teachers) gave a f^ck. In fact, when it came on at the end of the disco, all the kids got in rows, got down and started humping the floor in time to the song. I bet you that they didn't know the meaning behind that dance move!

    what's music

    Replay by Ayaz was our year 6 hit for the Leavers' Disco

    Still dance to this when we go clubbing :moon:
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