"Y.M.C.A." is a popular disco song by the Village People that has a well-known dance. Write the shortest program to output the capital letters "Y", "M", "C", and "A" synchronized to the song's chorus.
Generally, one letter goes on each line sent to standard output. This primarily is to simplify programs subject to the output buffering of the C standard library (printing a newline flushes the output buffer), so you may omit any or all of these newlines if such omission would make your program shorter.
Your program, which is started at the same time as the music, must output the letter "Y" within 0.125 s of each of these times after starting (in seconds; I determined these from the music video posted on YouTube).
45.766 49.611 60.889 64.661 109.816 113.591 124.810 128.687 173.830 177.620 188.950 192.724 204.013 207.739 219.057
The letters "M", "C", and "A" respectively come 0.930 s, 1.395 s, and 1.628 s after each "Y". For testing purposes, these relative times are converted into absolute times by adding them to the time of the preceding "Y".
I have written a test program and corresponding example program in C that assume a newline follows each letter (although this is not a rule of competition). It is written for Linux and will not work on Windows without using Cygwin. If you cannot test your submission using the test program, at least check your submission against the YouTube video.
If your submission requires a special command-line option to behave properly, that command-line option counts when calculating your score. However, any interpreter startup time does not count against you, and the test program can be modified to accommodate that if necessary.
Although I doubt one exists, I must say that using a programming language function or library designed specifically for this task is prohibited.