Dancing Queen Her Majesty’s Royal iPod

dancingqueenWith her Majesty’s Royal iPod, Queen Elizabeth is the new Dancing Queen.

On April 1st, President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle met with the Queen and her husband, Prince Philip, at Buckingham Palace right before his G20 Summit. Barack gave his royal highness a iPod loaded with video footage of her royal visit to Washington and Virginia in 2007.

As an April Fools joke(?), Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh presented the Obamas with signed portraits of themselves. According to Forbes, the reigning monarch was worth $420 million dollars in 2001. Miss Moneypenny asked the Queen why she didn’t help out the Bank of Obama. Queen Elizabeth laughed as she danced away singing, ‘do I look like an American Taxpayer to you?’

President Barack Hussein Obama was the 11th president of the United States to meet Elizabeth Alexandra Mary aka Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom since Queen Elizabeth inherited the British throne in 1952. Queen Elizabeth has met 11 of the last 12 US presidents, including Harry Truman when she was a Princess. Lyndon Johnson was the only president she did not meet.

Her Majesty can dance, Her Majesty can jive,
having the time of Her life.
See that Queen,
Watch that scene,
Can you dig the Dancing Queen?

Dancing Queen by ABBA, 1976


On June 18, 1976, ABBA first performed this song for King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden wearing traditional 18th Century costumes the night before he was married to Silvia Sommerlath.

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Posted on April 5, 2009, in Humor, Music Monday, Political Humor, Political News, Political Satire and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.

  1. speedcathollydale

    Thank you for taking part in Doctor Shoal’s broccoli experiment.

  2. I agree ~ this is a skating party song!! Love it and the relation to the Queen of England! lol!

    • Miss Moneypenny

      Hi Angie,

      Ironically, Queen Elizabeth shocked guests at Windsor Castle when she danced to ‘Dancing Queen’ last year. Apparently, she said, “I always try to dance when this song comes on because I am the queen and I like to dance.”

      I wonder if Queen Elizabeth can skate and perform a triple Lutz-double toeloop at the skating party? 😉

  3. speedcathollydale

    LOOK! ….. It is Lil Speedy on Roller skates! No, it is the Queen!

    ABBA ABBA ABBA ABBA ABBA CHAMEAL ION …. Dance with me Queen Obamamamamamaa


  4. I agree with Ane! A great song to start the week with! 🙂 my 17 month old daughter just loves this song! She’ll dance away and gives me the Mamma Mia DVD to put on so she can dance to ABBA!! 🙂 🙂 Awesome choice! 🙂

  5. what a great upbeat song to start the week! 😀

    • Miss Moneypenny

      Hi Ane,

      We can all dance to start the week like Queen Elizabeth who is an ABBA fan! 😀

      Here is my comical rewrite of the opening Dancing Queen Lyrics for Queen Elizabeth:

      Her Majesty can dance, Her Majesty can jive, having the time of Her life.
      See that Queen,
      Watch that scene,
      Can you dig the Dancing Queen? 😀

  6. I am amazed that you know all these information… 😀 you are like a walking encyclopedia.. 😀

    • Miss Moneypenny

      Hi Ane,

      Thanks to Blogging, I can be a Blogging Bibliophile and let my fingers do the walking! 😀

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