Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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INSIDE ARCH AND OUTSIDE UNDER
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(This leaves the second couple in the fourth couple's place, and the fourth couple in the second couple's place temporarily.)
c)   The first couple now advances to the third (who have stood inactive and unhappy until now) and joining hands circles to the left with them. Then they do a doceij-doe (see page 160).
d)   They now advance to the position of the fourth couple (but the second couple is now standing in this posi­tion). They join hands and circle half around with them as in (a). They then do exactly as they did in (b 1, 2, 3, 4), which puts the second and fourth couple back in their own positions, and the first couple in the center of the set. With a balance bow they return to their place.
3. See page 154 for explanation or substitute any other end­ing given there.
Arch and Under for the Length of the Hall
(Continued) THE CALL:
2. a) Second and fourth couples go out to the right , And four hands full around. b) Heads all arch and feet duck under, GO, my boys, and go like thunder. Keep on going till you reach the wall Then turn right back and through 'em all
Inside arch and outside under for the length of the hall.