Appearance of the Dancer
The coach is a girl dressed in cute, childish attire. She has pink bobbed hair, a green T-shirt with a pastel yellow and blue collar and some dark blue stripes, a high-waisted belt with blue stripes held by two circles (a red and a light yellow one), a red skirt with pink polka dots, two circles (a light yellow one and a green one) with dark blue stripes and green and pastel blue rectangles on the bottom, green socks, and red heels with a blue highlight. She has a white thin outline over a thin periwinkle outline in full opacity.
The background is full of pastel geometric shapes. Fruits, vegetables, and pairs of dancing/jumping legs appear throughout. A polar bear makes a few appearances; numbers and Chinese characters appear during the pre-chorus and between the second and third choruses.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine (1 on Just Dance Unlimited and Now):
Gold Moves 1 and 2 (removed on Just Dance Unlimited and Now): Raise your arms 45° as if saying "I don’t know".
Gold Move 3 (Gold Move on Just Dance Unlimited and Now): While bending over, stretch your arms out and bend your feet so that only your heels touch the ground.
Gold Move 4 (removed on Just Dance Unlimited and Now): Transfer both arms from left to right with your palms facing the ground, while bending your left leg and then your right one.
- Tui Zhi Ge is the first Chinese-language song in the series that features Japanese lyrics.
- In 舞力全开2017, in the lyrics, "Lulu" is spelled as "L U L U"; in Just Dance Unlimited, instead, it is spelled as "LU LU".
- In Just Dance Unlimited via Wii U, the song title appears as "??? (Leg Song)" due to the console not being able to detect Chinese characters.
- Lyrics that are in Cantonese are replaced with Pinyin lyrics.
- Romaji lyrics were removed in the Just Dance Unlimited version.
- The routine was later removed from Wii U versions for unknown reasons.
- Due to 舞力全开2017 never being released outside of China, in Just Dance Unlimited, Tui Zhi Ge and Qia La Yong Yuan OK - Future Underworld Mix were labelled as Just Dance 2019 routines. They were later changed to be labelled as Just Dance 2017 routines.
- Before fixing this mistake, however, when the player tagged for "2017" from the search tab, 腿之歌 (Leg Song) would still appear under the list of routines from Just Dance 2017.
- Much like Qia La Yong Yuan OK - Future Underworld Mix, the lyrics used to be absent on Just Dance Unlimited and Just Dance Now.
- In an update of the former, romanized lyrics were added to both routines; however, every capital letter is in uppercase.
- In Just Dance Now, Tui Zhi Ge was erroneously placed at the end of the "All Songs K-R" playlist.
- On May 15, 2019, it was properly placed in the playlist.
- In Just Dance 2019 and Just Dance Now, the song title is displayed as "腿之歌 (Leg Song)"; in Just Dance 2020, instead, "腿之歌" and "Leg Song" are placed the other way around.
- Tui Zhi Ge, along with Qia La Yong Yuan OK - Future Underworld Mix, is the third song from an Asian spin-off to debut in the main series, after Just Mario and Bang Bang Bang.
- Three pictograms from 舞力全开2017 have been slightly edited in the Just Dance Unlimited version.
- The routine uses moves from the official music video.
- Although the pictogram for Gold Move 3 instructs players to clumsily walk backwards and rigidly shake their arms, one must simply stretch their arms out to earn points, as the backwards walk is not counted.
- The coach’s avatar was first found in the files of the Just Dance World Cup website.
- The square and coach selection images can be found in the files of the Nintendo Switch version of Just Dance 2017.
- Tui Zhi Ge, along with Qia La Yong Yuan OK - Future Underworld Mix, was added to Just Dance Unlimited to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Official Music Video
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