"Alphabet Song" is a traditional song covered by Samuel Bindschadler, Elyse Marchant, Connor Keegan-Lloyd, Dillon Zehnder, and Tom Zehnder (credited as The Just Dance Kids in-game), which is featured on Just Dance Kids, Just Dance Unlimited, and Just Dance Now. It is also available in the Kids Mode through Just Dance 2018, Just Dance 2019, and Just Dance 2020.
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a young girl with black frizzy hair in pigtails. She wears a red, white, and blue striped sleeveless shirt, a pair of blue shorts, and a pair of white sneakers. She wears an orange propeller hat.
The background is orange with technological letters and numbers. The floor is white and pink. The dancer is accompanied by a pair of backup dancers who wear identical copies of her outfit.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the original version of the routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Lower both of your arms in quarter circles.
Gold Move 3: Lower your arms as if you were a robot and you were deactivated, this is the final move of the routine.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the remake:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Make a Z shape with your right hand.
Gold Move 3: Lower your arms as if you were a deactivated robot.
Alphabet Song is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- Kids Corner
- Alphabet Song is the only map in the first set of maps from the Kids spin-offs added to Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited that is from the first Just Dance Kids.
- The version used in-game is "The A.B.C.", which is copyrighted by Charles Bradlee in 1835.
Behind the Scenes
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