American Square Dances of The West
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of the West and Southwest
Three little sisters form a ring, then Home you go and everybody Swing;            -          -
Four little sisters form a ring, then Home you go with a Left Hand Swing, and Do-si-do all around the hall, Swing those gals, don't let 'em fail Now you're right and now you're wrong, Get your own and balance home, and Swing, boys, swing;               -
Everybody swing.                   -
Chorus On the Corner with your left hand, a Right to your Partner, Right and Left Grand. Rope that heifer and tie that calf, Meet your Honey with a Once and a Half; Once and a Half and a half once more, Swing 'em all around the floor with an Elbow crook and a railroad hook, the More you swing, the better you look. Stir up the dust and sweep out the sand, Plant your 'taters in a sandy land. Bite his ear and twist his tail, Swing to the saddle and hit the trail, and Promenade your Partners 'round, Take a walk around the town. Hurry up boys, don't take all night; The next pretty lady leads to the right, and
Repeat the call for the Second, Third, and Fourth Ladies in

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