Somewhere So. Of San Antone
Johnny Gimble (featuring Vince Gill); Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys; others 1967
  (Rawhide 115)   Doug Saunders

OPENER - MIDDLE BREAK    Basic

Circle left
I fell in love 'neath the Texas moon above
Somewhere south of San Antone

Reverse back, single file, ladies lead the way
Girls backtrack, go once around
Turn your partner right, go left allemande
Swing your own and promenade
Her smile was fair, gardenias in her hair
Somewhere south of San Antone


FIGURE    Basic, corner progression

Head (side) couples promenade go half around that ring
Into the middle, touch 1/4 there, boys run
Square thru 3, you know 3/4 round you go
Trade by and a right & left thru and go, step to a wave
Swing thru and then, swing thru again
Boys run right and promenade
She's at my side, for I made her my bride
Somewhere south of San Antone


CLOSER    Plus

4 ladies chain, across the ring you go
Chain the ladies back a dopaso
Partner left, corner by the right, partner left and then
Head ladies center teacup chain and go
Many moons have passed, now I'm going back at last
I'm gonna make it my home
She's at my side, for I made her my bride
Somewhere south of San Antone


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Somewhere south of San Antone

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