Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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STEP RIGHT UP AND SWING HER AWHILE            175
d); Step right back and watch em grhi Grab your own and swing her again.
e)    Four hands up and here we go 'Round and around and a docey-doe.
f)    On to the next.
Repeat 2 as written, beginning with (b) . Repeat again changing last line to : Balance home.
3. And swing em all day.
Alleyyiande left m the same old way.
Now hand over hand with the dear little things.
Promenade eight when you come straight.
JNote: (See page 234 for longer and commoner ar­rangement of what is apparently the same call.)
THE EXPLANATION:
1.  See page 151 for directions or substitute any other intro­duction described there.
2.  a) First couple joins near hands and advances to second
couple.
b)   First gentleman and second lady bow deeply to each other while the first lady and second gentleman bow.
c)   Each gentleman steps back a few steps from the lady to whom he bowed, advances again, and swings her twice around in regular dance position, and puts her down on his right as he faces the opposite gentleman,
d)   Each gentleman now faces his partner, steps back a few steps, advances again and swings her, and puts her down on his right.
e)   See page 160 for directions or substitute other calls for docey-doe.
f)   First couple, with lady on the right, advances to third couple and repeats from (b). They next repeat with the fourth couple and then return to places in square.
3.  See page 154 for directions or substitute any other ending described there.






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