cut a rug

Kűldve: Llegó Dolor Del Corazón 25.08.2016

cut a rug (Angol) — to dance

Angol, explained by Llegó Dolor Del Corazón on Csütörtök, 25/08/2016 - 20:47

cut a rug — An old American idiom meaning to dance well (or to think you are dancing well) and / or dance energetically. It's not a phrase that you hear often anymore, but it would have been very common in the first half of the 1900s. "I saw you at the Flamingo Club last night. You were really cutting a rug!"

Angol, explained by DogwoodGirl on Csütörtök, 28/12/2017 - 03:07

cut a rug — χορεύω

Görög, explained by Stavroula on Szombat, 27/08/2016 - 09:53

"cut a rug" in lyrics

[Chorus]

The way you can cut a rug
Watching you is the only drug I need
So gangster, I'm so thug

Train - Hey, Soul Sister

I shake my jelly at every chance
When I whip with my hips you slip into a trance
I'm hoping you can handle all this jelly that I have
Now let's cut a rug while we scat some jazz

I don't think you ready for this jelly

Destiny's Child - Bootylicious

This is a call of arms to live and love and sleep together
We could flood the streets with love or light or heat whatever
Lock the parents out, cut a rug, twist and shout
Wave your hands
Make it rain

MGMT - The Youth

Time marches on, Just can't wait
The clock keeps turning, Why hesitate
You silly fool, You can't change your fate
Let's cut a rug, A little jive and jitterbug
We want the best, We won't settle for less
Don't be a drag, Participate

Chic - Good times

Other people may not understand

Shake it up, throw your hands up and get loose
Cut a rug, lean into the fucking youth
Choreo, we just want the fucking truth
(told by the frightened)

Lana Del Rey - When The World Was At War We Kept Dancing

Down the hall, maybe straight up the stairs
Bouncin' off the wall, floatin' on air
Baby, why don't we just dance?
I'll cut a rug

Well it might be me but the way I see it

Josh Turner - Why Don't We Just Dance?