Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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THE FRAMEWORK
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between the opposite couple. She now makes a left turn, taking his left hand with her left hand. And the two gentlemen remain facing each other, while each passes his lady behind him (letting go her hand as soon as necessary) and reaches out with his right hand and takes the opposite lady, who is coming around from behind the opposite man, by her right hand, and without turning away from facing the opposite man, passes her around behind him. He now reaches out with his left hand and takes his partner, who has just passed around the opposite gentleman, by her left hand. Still holding her left hand in his left, he puts his right hand behind her waist and turns her to whatever new position the dance calls for. For a complete discussion of the docey-doe see page 108.)
(2)
Four hands up and here we go, . Around and around and a docey-doe.
(Explanation for this and the following variations of the call is the same as No. 1.)
(3) (4) (5)
Docey-doe with the gent you knoiv, Ladies go C and the gents go doe!
Four hands round, and round you go. The ladies go C and the gents go doe!
Four hands round, Gents patter dotvn, Ladies step out, And go to town.
Four hands up and around you go, Docey ladies and gents solo.
Four hands up and around we go, Ladies doceydocey-doe!
(6) (7)
(8)
Break amd circle four in a ring, With a docey-doe and a docey-ding!






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