Question: Why is the Hokey Cokey banned?

The tipsy party ditty has joined the list of songs banned on the grounds of alleged sectarianism amid claims that it is a bigoted take on the Latin Mass. Some Rangers fans had opted for it following controversy over the Famine Song, which calls for those of Irish descent to go home now that the Famine is over.

Is it hokey pokey or Hokey Cokey?

The Hokey Cokey (United Kingdom, and the Caribbean) or Hokey Pokey (South Africa, United States, Canada, Australia, and Israel) is a campfire song and participation dance with a distinctive accompanying tune and lyric structure. It is well known in English-speaking countries.

Who sang Hokey Cokey?

Snowmen Hokey Cokey/Artists

What does Cokey mean?

cocaine addict slang. : a cocaine addict. cokie. adjective. variants: or less commonly cokey / /

Did Ian Dury sing Hokey Cokey?

18 spot on the U.K. singles chart in 1981 and you can see the original video above. Released on Stiff Records, the rumours are that the song was performed by Ian Dury and The Blockheads.

What does corkey mean?

1 : resembling cork. 2 : having an unpleasant odor and taste (as from a tainted cork) corky wine. Other Words from corky More Example Sentences Learn More About corky.

What is a Carper?

a person given to harsh judgments and to finding faults. eventually, almost everyone learned to avoid the ski schools resident carper.

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