• Title: Boogie Woogie LOVE (ブギウギLOVE)
  • Artist: Country Girls
  • Runtime: 3:46   Language: Japanese
  • Date: March 13, 2016

"Boogie Woogie LOVE" is a lively dance number from all-female group Country Girls. The MV is themed after a postwar American diner, complete with checkerboard floors, neon signs, and a long countertop lined by round stools. All six girls appear dressed in matching flared 50s-style dresses, with checkboard inserts to match the floor; their dance a mix of contemporary and retro.

The song is flirty, telling of a sudden and exciting romance between two young people; the kind that might have happened many years ago at just such a diner as the one the video is set in. The lyrics subtly maintain the MV's theme through occasional reference to certain distinctly American places and things, such as the state of Tennessee.

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