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Relative Pronouns - Dancing Queen - ABBA




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 Complete the relative pronouns 
 
Song Activity

“DANCING QUEEN”

You can dance, you can jive

Having the time of your life

See that girl, watch that scene

Dig in the dancing queen

Friday night and the lights are low

Looking out for a place to go

they play the right music

Getting in the swing

You come to look for a king

Anybody could be that guy

Night is young and the music's high

With a bit of rock music, everything is fine

You're in the mood for a dance

And  you get the chance

CHORUS:

You are the dancing queen

Young and sweet, only seventeen

Dancing queen, feel the beat

From the tambourine

You can dance, you can jive

Having the time of your life

See that girl, watch that scene

Dig in the dancing queen

You're a teaser, you turn them on

Leave them burning and then you're gone

Looking out for another, anyone will do

You're in the mood for a dance

And you get the chance

CHORUS

 

 
 
AFTER LISTENING: Google the word ABBA and find at least three interesting pieces of information about the band. Then, write them down using relative pronouns.