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Basic -- Complete dance routine   Medium   ID=6902   (submitted by Calvin Campbell)
*** not validated ***

First Couple Bow & Swing,
Down The Middle & Split The Ring (Couple 3),
Around One Stand Four In Line,
Forward Four And Fall Back,
Forward Again And Stand Pat (In the middle of the set),
Sides Right & Left Through Down The Line,
Sides Right & Left Back,
The Four Fall Back,
Make An Arch In The Middle And The Ends Duck Out,
Around Two To Stand Between The Sides,
Lonesome Couple Swing,
Then Across Through The Center & Separate,
Around One To Stand Four In Line,
Lines Of Four Forward & Back,
Center Four Right & Left Thru,
Same Four Pass Thru,
Left Allemande

CDP The dance routine was called the Lazy H and was popular a square dances for 15 years or more. I can trace the "H" formation clear back to the early 1900s.

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