Zulu, South Africa
“Rubber neck” ~ A (wo)man who is perhaps not the best choice for a life partner, flighty, not reliable, not to be trusted
Bass, Tenor, Alto:
South African songs are always accompanied by dancing!
1) March R-L-R-L
Arm bent at the elbow, hand in a fist, alternating arms
2) Bounce in rhythm and turn to R – on beat 4 toss fingers up into the air
Bounce in rhythm and turn to L – on beat 4 toss fingers up into the air
Bounce in rhythm and turn to R – on beat 4 toss fingers up into the air
Turn L – Arms are bent up with hand in fist / L arm stays up, R arm pulls back at elbow 3x in time with the music
* Performance Note:
Sing through 1 time with no dancing. Traditionally this is done so that the audience can hear the arrangement because they know the song and will be singing along.
Then add the dance and sing through as many times as feels right.
Last time through stop the dance. This signals the audience that the song is ending, and they can enjoy the performance as it comes to a close.