„Everybody's doin' a brand new dance now.
Come on baby, do the locomotion.
I know you'll get to like it if you give it a chance now.
Come on baby, do the locomotion.My little baby sister can do it with ease;
It's easier than learning your ABC's.
So come on, come on do the locomotion with me.“

— Carole King, The Loco-Motion (1962), Co-written with Gerry Goffin, recorded by Little Eva, Grand Funk Railroad, and Kylie Minogue

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cantora e compositora dos Estados Unidos 1942
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