Circle left From where I stand I can hear the music and laughter Four men star right one time tonight Find the corner, allemande left, weave the ring You can smile, you can frown Bring me up, tear me down Dosado her and promenade Camelia, I hate you and love you at the same time
FIGURE Mainstream, corner progression
Heads (sides)square thru count four hands round that ring Dosado there You swing thru tonight, boys run right and ferris wheel Center two pass thru Touch 1/4, scoot back Boys fold, girls turn thru Star thru and promenade Camelia, I hate you and love you at the same time
FIGURE (PLUS) Plus, corner progression
Head (side) two you square thru Go four hands round till you meet her Do a right & left thru, veer left Girls hinge then diamond circulate my friend Flip the diamond, girls trade, linear cycle You make a brand new line, slide thru in time Swing that corner and promenade Camelia, I hate you and love you at the same time
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From where I stand I can see all the lights in the city
For one man to love one woman so much it's a pity
From where I stand I can see the cantina she goes to
Where she's not supposed to but goes anyway
From where I stand I can hear the music and laughter
Camelia keeps tellin' me that's all her young heart is after
I see it differently, I see her there with a man
Camelia keeps lyin', I see, from where I stand
If there was one ounce of man left in me I'd accuse her
What's left of a man knows for certain if I do I'll lose her
It wouldn't do to let her know I know she's lyin'
Or that I've been spyin', she'd never come back
Camelia, I almost despise the ground that you walk on
The reason I don't is, it's me not the ground, that you walk on
Constantly tormented knowing you're just partly mine
Camelia, I hate you and love you at the same time
Lyrics by Marty Robbins. Recorded by Marty Robbins.