Bob Wills and His Playboys; Merle Haggard; Johnny Cash; John Denver; many others 1938
(Top 25043)Paul Moore
OPENER - MIDDLE BREAK - CLOSER C1
Allemande left your corner, turn your partner right hand round Men star by the left 3/4 round Turn corner by the right, all the way round and then Turn partner by the left, 4 ladies chain Chain the girls across, you turn, chain back Chain 'em right on back, turn and promenade the track Promenade your girl, go dancing two by two Promenade this Rose of San Antonio
FIGURE (1) A1, corner progression
Head couples promenade just halfway round you do Come down the middle with a right & left thru and turn same 2 Wheel thru*, do a right & left thru, turn your girl around Dive thru, star thru, left wheel thru* and a right & left thru Turn your girl that way, then roll a 1/2 sashay Swing the girl in front, swing her twice around, I say Promenadethat girl from down Texas way Promenade that Rose of San Antone
Head couples promenade, just halfway round you do Come down the middle with a right & left thru And then you turn the opposite right hand round Turn your partner left and now Find the corner dosado, go back to back you know See saw round your partner, that corner girl you swing Swing her round and round, promenade that ring Promenadethat girl from down Texas way Promenade that Rose of San Antone
*Wheel Thru (originated by Paul Moore, Columbus, Ohio): with 2 couples facing each other, on command "wheel thru" the person in right-hand position of each couple acts as a hinge and wheels 1/4 to right, while adjacent partner (in left-hand position of each couple) splits opposite couple by passing right shoulders to complete movement of wheeling as a couple 1/4 to the right. Left wheel thru is counterpart, with left-hand person in each couple acting as a hinge for wheeling as a couple 1/4 to the left.