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."
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