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Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a girl with brown hair in a ponytail wearing a white shirt. She also wears a red sleeveless dress with two pockets. Under that she has another skirt, which is a lighter shade of red than the dress. She also wears red tights.
The background contains tissue-style rotating hills. It also has a cow, a pig, flowers which are yellow, pink, and purple, and a shining sun. In the middle-top of the top hill, an apple tree can be seen.
There are 2 Gold Moves in the original version:
Gold Move 1: Shake your hands as if you're playing drums.
Gold Move 2: Move your hands to the right.
There are 3 Gold Moves on the remake:
Gold Moves 1 & 2: Move both arms in a circle motion.
Gold Move 3: Move your arms upwards in a shrugging position, as if saying "I don't know."
- Although the song is covered, this is the oldest song in Just Dance Unlimited so far, being released in 1830.
- Interestingly the cover is by a woman, despite all the songs by the artist, Tom Zehnder being sung by a man.
- The original gold moves are not in the Just Dance Unlimited version, but it's blue sparkle effect is still there.
- The blue sparkle effect can be seen during the original gold moves
- This applies to other Just Dance Kids songs in the service.
- This is the second song by Tom Zehnder in the series. It is followed by A Pirate You Shall Be, Hickory Dickory Dock, Party In The Kitchen, and Skip To My Lou.
- All of these songs are in the same game (Just Dance Kids 2014)
- Although only this song, A Pirate You Shall Be, and Hickory Dickory Dock are on Just Dance Unlimited.
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