"Que tu cuerpo es pa' darle alegria y cosa buena."
"Dale a tu cuerpo alegria Macarena / Que tu cuerpo es pa' darle alegria y cosa buena / Dale a tu cuerpo alegria, Macarena / Hey Macarena"
Yep, Los Del Rio's mega hit is 20 years old today, and here we rightly named the track the best EVER dance craze smash.
But there are some other tracks that you've been streaming more when you're getting on the dancefloor. Below are the top six dance craze tracks ranked by streams.
Psy 'Gangnam Style' - 139,172,860
Soulja Boy 'Crank That' - 44,723,122
Rednex 'Cotton Eye Joe' - 35,022,979
Los Del Rio 'The Macarena' - 23,495,222
DJ Casper 'Cha Cha Slide' - 5,558,951
Whigfield 'Saturday Night' - 9,041,768
Other 'Macarena' facts as we celebrate two decades of those moves.
The USA streams 'Macarena' more than any other country, and despite the song being in Spanish, the ratio of UK: Spain streaming is a whopping 19:1.
It's 25-34-year-olds who stream the song the most, and 52% of streams come from women, with 48% from men.
'Macarena' was actually first released all the way back in 1993 on the album A mí me gusta, becoming a hit a couple of years later.
Bigger success came in 1996 when the Bayside Boys released a banging remix with some English lyrics added, and the song hasn't been off the holiday stereo since.