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Basic -- Complete dance routine   Hard   ID=6901   Print   (submitted by Calvin Campbell)
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Swing Your Partner (Hold Her Tight),
Head Ladies Chain To The Right,
(Turn 'Em Boys And Don't Delay),
Third Old Couple Half Sashay,
The Rest Promenade Half Around The Land,
And #1 Behind That Couple Stand,
Forward Four And Back You Glide,
Forward Four And Face The Sides,
Now Right & Left Thru At The Old Side Door,
Turn Them Around And Circle Four,
Head Boys Break And Make A Line,
Forward Eight & Back You Go,
Forward Again With A Dosado,
No Time To Stop And Chat,
Forward Again & Box The Gnat,
Lady On The Left Left Allemande

I found this routine in SIO 11/1956 named Easy Does It. It is a good example of the rhyming patter that was popular in the 1950s. After the final Box the Gnat the formation = FL (1/2) which is an unusual formation for an Allemande Left.

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