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Cindy / Tulip Square
Old Timer 8084
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Cindy / Tulip Square
Old Timer 8084

ID: 13381
   Side A  
   Side B  

TypeSinging Call (two instrumentals)
WEB SITE www.Dosado.com
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Vic's Rating0 (not rated)
Media45 rpm vinyl
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Cue Sheet side A


Honors to your partners and to your corners all
All join hands and circle left, you circle round the hall
Allemande left your corner, right hand to your own
Grand right & left until you meet and promenade Cindy home
Get along home, home, Cindy, get along home
Get along home, home, Cindy, take a little walk with me

Four little ladies promenade just halfway round the town
Turn the opposite gent with the old left hand, it's once and a half around
Star right back in the center of the set, left to your partners all
Swing your corner round and round and listen to my call
Allemande left your corner lady, right hand round your pretty little baby
Sashay by your corner lady, and now she is your own

Four gents star across the set, for a left-hand swing you go
Star right back for a dopaso and don't you boys be slow
It's partners by the left hand, your corners by the right
Partners left and promenade, you promenade all night
Get along home, Miss Cindy, get along home
Get along home, Miss Cindy, take a little swing with me

(One more repeat will get original partners back. Repeat twice more to lengthen dance.)

Cue Sheet side B


Swing your little baby
And now your corner lady
And dosado your own
Allemande left with your left hand
A right to your honey
Go right & left grand
Around the ring you go
When you meet your honey
Turn back, she'll think it's funny (Meet partner with right hand, walk around each other and grand right and left the opposite direction)
The other way you go
You balance when you meet her
And swing her just to greet her
Just swing your honey on home


Four gents out to the lady on the right
You swing that gal with all your might
Go back and swing your own
Four gents chain across the way
Gals send them back, don't let them stay
You send them right back home
Four girls chain across the way
Now listen boys, you let 'em stay
And swing as though she were your own
Now promenade this lady cuz she is your baby
Promenade your little girl home


Swing your little baby, and now your corner lady
And dosado your own
Allemande left with your left hand
A right to your honey go right & left grand
Around the ring you go, when you meet your honey
Just swing till she feels funny
And promenade her home, when you wore a tulip
A big yellow tulip and she wore a big red rose


Lyrics are provided for informational and educational purposes only. Lyrics are
subject to all U.S. copyright laws and remain property of their respective owners.

When You Wore A Tulip (And I Wore a Big Red Rose)

When you wore a tulip,
A sweet yellow tulip,
And I wore a big red rose,
When you caressed me,
'twas then Heaven blessed me,
What a blessing, no one knows,
You made life cheery,
When you called me dearie,
'Twas down where the blue grass grows,
Your lips were sweeter than julep,
When you wore that tulip,
And I wore a big red rose.

Composed by Percy Wenrich.
Lyrics by Jack Mahoney.


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