His followers were disappointed; they got Newt Gingrich and the macarena instead.
They point out emergency exits by way of a quick round of the macarena, and then we are on our way with the first course.
Maria “macarena” Paz, a Caracas engineer, is underwhelmed by this explanation.
Also, and embarrassingly, LFO, Color Me Badd, and whoever it was that sang ‘macarena.’
This is the procession of the Virgin of macarena, the patron saint of bullfighters and all Seville.
All the women from Triana and the macarena are here, amusing themselves simply and quietly with a joyous decorum.
Gallardo collected all his own and his wife's jewels to contribute to the macarena's splendor.
Her father, an old-time dealer in brandies, had left her two houses on the outskirts of macarena.
Cervantes spent a part of his life in Seville, and described the characters of the macarena Quarter in his shorter tales.
He had sent for the most influential brethren of the macarena to explain to them that he would be in the procession.
a Spanish flamenco song by Los del Rio popularized as a line dance at celebrations