Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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196
THE LADY ROUND TWO
3. And swing 'em all day.
Allemande left in the same old way. Now right and left grand around the ring, Hand over hand with the dear little thing. Meet your partner and promenade.
Repeat 2 and 3 entire for second, third, and fourth couples.
0 8 3
Another form of the call for this figure is:
First couple out to the couple on the right, Around that couple with the lady in the lead, The gent fall through and take the lead; The lady fall through and circle four. Docey-doe, etc.
THE EXPLANATION:
1.   See page 148 for directions or substitute any introduction found there.
2.   a) First couple separates four steps, each from the
other, then they step together and swing. They then advance to the second couple with the lady slightly in the lead.
b)   The lady walks to the right of the second couple and circles around them to her left, and the first gentleman follows her.
c)   As the gentleman passes behind (or outside of) the second couple, he passes between them, cutting cor­ners as it were, and is now in advance of his lady.
d)   He continues circling to the left and walks once more around the second couple.
e)   But as the first lady passes behind them she now drops between them, which puts her between the two gen­tlemen ready for the docey-doe.
f)   See page 160 for directions or for an alternate call.
g)   The first couple advance to the third couple, then the fourth couple, repeating 2 with each of them in turn, and then return to their place in the square.
3.  See page 154 for directions or substitute any other ending given there.