"This entertaining finding has profound implications for our understanding of animal intelligence. In effect, the discovery indicates that spontaneous dance isn't a human invention, but rather something that occurs when certain cognitive and neural capacities align in animal brains, the researchers said."
I would agree that this shared feature of bird brains and human brains might well explain how it is that both species tend to go somewhat berzerk when listening to and moving to music. And the lyrics to the "Surfin' Bird" song, which does make one want to bang one's head, are so simple one can imagine even a Parrot could have first uttered the words.
Keeping with the recent Bird theme, the following video from 1965, I believe, shows the flexibility of the human neck which must have similarities to bird necks.
"Jaan Pehechan Ho" (a Hindi phrase roughly translated as "We should get to know each other") was in the opening credits of Ghost World ( the movie ) and in the 2011 commercial "The Date" for Heineken. Click on watch this video on Youtube.