Trail Of The Lonesome Pine / Floatin' Down To Cottontown
Hal "Lone" Pine and his Mountaineers with Betty Cody; many others 1913
  (Windsor 4145 side A)   Don Armstrong

OPENER - MIDDLE BREAK - CLOSER    Basic

Well you walk around your corner, then bow to your own
Join your hands and around the ring you roam
Allemande your corner lady, then weave that ring
Weave it around 'til you meet again
Dosado then you take her and swing
Yes swing, promenade her and sing
In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia
On the trail of the Lonesome Pine


FIGURE   

Two head gents take your corners to the middle and back
Same old 4 circle left around the track
Left hand star, go home, allemande right your own
Left hand round your corner, then go back home
Dosado then your corners you'll swing
Yes swing, promenade her and sing
In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia
On the trail of the Lonesome Pine

Double-sided vocal is on Windsor #4445.


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