As a discriptor on how fast someone, or something, is moving. Used a lot in southern anecdotes it has been adopted as a trademark of good ol boy Darrell Waltrip.
Also used by southern humorist, song writer Ray Stevens, in "The Streak".
"Here he come, boogity boogity boogity"!
"Here he come. Streakin. round the grease rack. Boogity oboogity boogity."
"Ol Blue come down thru the holler , chasin' that coon, boogity boogity boogity."
Nonsensical lyrics from the 1961 novelty song "Who Put The Bomp (In The Bomp, Bomp, Bomp) " by Barry Mann.
The song charted in the US on Billboard's Hot 100 for twelve weeks, and reached # 7
It was co-written by Mann with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Gerry Coffin.
Each time that we're alone
Boogity boogity boogity
Boogity boogity boogity shoo
Sets my baby's heart all aglow
DW's infamous words to begin a NASCAR Race
Boogity Boogity Boogity!!! Let's Go Racin' Boys!!!!
Originally used by Grand Ole Opry comedian Jerry Clower (1926-1998) in a tale of coon hunting, wherein a 'city feller' brings a chimpanzee to a coon hunt to prove the chimp's superior skills over traditional coon hunting dogs. Recently adopted by NASCAR color commentator and retired champion driver Darrell Waltrip, shouted as the green flag waves to begin the race, followed by "Let's go racin, boys!"
"That ol' chimpanzee went up that tree, boogity boogity boogity..."