Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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If It is desired to send the men around the same way, little yaller gal Is changed to old alligator in the call. Though some callers always have the ladies go round but use alligator or yaller gal indiscriminately for them, apparently only for the sake of variety.
1.   See page 149 for explanation or substitute any introduc­tion given there.
2.  a) The first lady leaves her partner and goes around the
outside of the set, preferably with a skip step or a running step. When she gets back to her partner they swing.
b)   The first and second ladles both skip around the out­side of the ring, the second, of course, ahead of the first as they circle, and both meet their partners and swing.
c)   The first, second, and third ladles all skip around the ring until they get back to their partners and swing.
d) All four ladies now skip around the outside of the ring
and all meet their partners and swing.
3. See page 152 for explanation or substitute any ending given there.
Four little yaller gals out around the ring.