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Chaparral 3506
     
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Medley
 
ID: 7702
   Instrumental  
   Vocal  

LabelChaparral
WEB SITE www.dosado.com
Label information
Grid list of Chaparral recordings
Number3506
TypeSinging Call
Copies7
Vic's Rating0 (not rated)
Bpm 
Duration4:03
Media45 rpm vinyl
Artist(s)
Ken Bower (picture)     recordings by Ken Bower
Jerry Haag (picture)     recordings by Jerry Haag
Beryl Main (picture)     recordings by Beryl Main
Gary Shoemake (picture)     recordings by Gary Shoemake

Ken BowerJerry Haag

Beryl MainGary Shoemake

Cue Sheet

OPENER (Five Foot Two)    Basic

Four little ladies promenade go walking 'round the ring he said
Get back home and swing now with your own there
Well join hands make that ring, circle around I sing
Allemande your corner, weave the ring
Well if you run into a five foot two, covered with pearls
Dosado and then promenade your girl
Could she love, could she woo, could she, could she, could she coo
Has anybody seen my gal?


FIGURE (Every Street's A Boulevard)    Mainstream, corner progression

Head couples promenade go halfway round the floor
Come down the middle and do a right & left thru
Square thru and count 'em four hands around the ring
Come on and do a dosado one time around
Swing thru and then boys trade, turn thru
Left allemande, come back and promenade her home
The Eastside, the Westside, the uptown and down
Oh how I like to be in New York town


FIGURE (Hazel Eyes)    Plus, corner progression

Head two couples promenade halfway around
Square thru oh Hazel eyes
Get all four and then do right & left thru again
Veer left and couples circulate
Well do a half tag, trade and roll
Pull by and then, allemande left that corner lady, promenade again
Well are they blue? No! Green? No!
Sort of in between, wow! Hazel eyes


MIDDLE BREAK (Zippity Doo-Da)    Basic

Circle left
Zippity Doo-Da, zippity ay
My oh my, what a wonderful day

Walk around that corner, see saw your own
Left allemande and now you weave around that ring
Mr. bluebird on my shoulder
Dosado and then promenade just a little bit older
Zippity Doo-Da, zippity ay
Wonderful feeling, wonderful day


FIGURE (Heart Of My Heart)    Mainstream, corner progression

Side two couples promenade go halfway around and go
Come down the middle and do a right & left thru
Square thru and count 'em four hands around the ring
Round that corner do a dosado one time around
Swing thru and then boys trade, turn thru and then
Left allemande, come back and promenade her home
Now I know a tear would glisten, if once more I could listen
To the gang that sang heart of my heart


FIGURE (Best Things In Life Are Free)    Basic, corner progression

Side couples promenade go halfway round the ring
Walk into the middle and square thru go 4
Go all the way around and then go right & left thru
Veer left and ferris wheel once more
Walk in and square thru 3/4 round the ring
Swing that corner girl, promenade go around the ring
Love belongs to everyone
The best things in life are free


CLOSER (When The Saints Go Marching In)    Basic

Four ladies promenade go walking 'round the ring he said
Come on back home and swing now with your own maid
Well join up all of your hands, circle around I sing
Left allemande and weave that ring
Oh when the saints (oh when the saints)
Go marching in (go marching in)

Dosado and then promenade your girl
How I want to be in that number
When the saints go marching in


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When the saints go marching in
 
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