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American Square Dances
around, and Promenade Partners home. The figure ends with a Balance to Partners and "Square your sets."
The call is repeated with the Second, Third, and Fourth Couples in turn leading the dance.
Six to the Center, Call
First Old Couple out to the right, and
Circle four with all your might; now
Leave that lady where she be, go on
To the next and ring up three.
Steal that lady like honey from a bee, and
On to the next and ring up four;
Circle four once around, the
Gent goes home to his stamping ground.
Six to the center and back to the bar, the
End gents forward up and back; the
Side six forward and wagon-wheel over, and
Spread 'em out wide like a three-leaf clover, the
End gents cross right on to Dover; your
Eight hand high and your left hand low,
Cross those girls and don't be slow,
Form new three's and here we go.
Six to the center and back to the bar, the
End gents forward up and back; the
Side six forward and wagon-wheel over, and
Spread 'em out wide like a three-leaf clover, the
End gents cross right on to Dover; your
Right hand high and your left hand low,
Cross those girls and don't be slow,
Form new three's and here we go.
Six to the center and back to the bar, the
End gents forward up and back; the
Side six forward and wagon-wheel over, and
Spread 'em out wide like a three-leaf clover, the
End gents cross right on to Dover; your
Right hand high and your left hand low,






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