Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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190                           THE LADY WALKS ROUND
3. And everybody siting,
Allemande left with your left hand. Right hand to partner and right and left grand. Meet your partner and turn right hack, Meet her again and promenade.
Repeat 2 and 3 for second, third, and fourth couples. Ballonet is pronounced to rhyme with set.
THE EXPLANATION:
1.   See page 148 for directions, or substitute any introduction given there.
2.   a) First couple each step back from one another four
steps, then together and swing. They then advance to the second couple.
b)   The first gentleman and the second couple take hands and circle left, while the first lady walks around them to the right. The second time her partner passes her she steps into the ring on his right and they circle four.
c)   See page 160 for directions and a longer call if desired.
d)   They advance to the third couple and repeat, then to the fourth, and return home.
3.   See page 153 for directions or substitute any other ending given there.
VARIATION:
Where a Southern influence enters the following substi­tute is heard for b) :
Three hands round and the lady go seek. Swing your partners when you meet.






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