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of the West and Southwest
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Star by the Right, Call
First Couple lead out to the right, and
Circle four with all your might.
Form a star with a Right Hand Cross, and a
"How do you do?" -          -
Left hands back, and "How are you?"
Swing your Corner with your right,
Then your Partner with your left, and
On you go, on to the next.
On to the next couple on the right, and
Circle four with all your might.
Form a star with a Right Hand Cross, and a
"How do you do?" -
Left hands back, and "How are you?"
Swing your Corner with your right,
Then your Parmer with your left, and
On you go, on to the next.
On to the next couple on the right, and
Circle four with all your might.
Form a star with a Eight Hand Cross, and a
"How do you do?" -
Left hands back, and "How are you?"
Swing your Corner with your right,
Then your Partner with your left, and
Balance home, and everybody
Chorus Swing,            -          -          -
Then Promenade around the ring. Promenade around the town, Take your Honey right on around, Hold those gals, don't fall down, Keep that calico off the ground. Balance to your Partners all, Square your sets and listen to the call.
Repeat the call for the Second, Third, and Fourth Couples in turn.






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