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109
Sally Gooden9, Call
Substitute and call the following on the last four beats of whichever introductory call is being used:
"First Old Gent out to the right, and."
Continue with the call below.
Swing Sally Gooden' with all your might, and
Now, your Taw; -         -
Same gent out across the hall, and
Swing that Girl from Arkansaw.
Now swing Sally Gooden', that same old Sal-
-ly,               J
Now, your Taw; -
Don't forget your old Grandma, you ain't
Swung Granny since away last fall
Go back home, and everybody
Swing,           -         -
Promenade around the ring.
Chorus Promenade around the town, Take your Honey right on around, When you get home just settle down, and The next old gent o t to the right, and
Repeat the call for the S ond, Third, and Fourth Gentlemen in turn. Then call "All four gents out to the right, and" on the last four beats, or line, of the call above, which is repeated once more with all four gentlemen dancing the figure together.






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