High Five: ABBA

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

The Made By Sweden campaign continues this week as Kinderling celebrates the music of ABBA! 

From the jumpsuits and blow-waved hair to the can’t-help-but-sing-along melodies, this fabulous Swedish foursome continues to be a hit with pop-loving toddlers, children and adults across the world. 

45 years after they blitzed the Eurovision Song Contest with Waterloo, there are countless hits to celebrate but here is a selection of Kinderling’s favourites. 

Let's dance! 

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    1. Dancing Queen
    Artist
    Abba
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    2. Take A Chance on Me
    Artist
    Abba
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    3. Money Money Money
    Artist
    Abba
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    4. Ring Ring
    Artist
    Abba
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    5. Thank You For The Music
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    Abba
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