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C Bar C 534

ID: 1429

TypeSinging Call
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Vic's Rating0 (not rated)
Media45 rpm vinyl

Bronc Wise
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Cue Sheet


Those four little ladies chain, go straight across that ring
Now all four ladies flutter wheel and go
You join hands and circle to the left around you know
Left allemande that corner, weave the ring
I love the way they dance down there in Dixie*
Dosado and you go left allemande
Promenade with me baby and you'll surely see
Honey in the South** is where I want to be

FIGURE (Twice for heads and twice for sides)    Mainstream, unknown progression

Those heads square thru 4 hands inside you know
Dosado the corner waiting there
Swing thru tonight, then boys run to the right
Half tag and now you scoot back, boys run to the right
Then you slide thru and swing, swing that corner girl and promenade
Promenade with me baby and you'll surely see
Honey in the South** is where I want to be


Yes baby in the South** is where I want to be

*Substitute your favorite city or region

**Substitute North, East, West as above


Lyrics are provided for informational and educational purposes only. Lyrics are
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Down below that old Dixon line
There's a place that really is fine
Don't you know what I'm talkin' about?
You want to find out, then take a trip with me
Down below that old Dixon line
Where the sun is happy to shine
Where a friendly face is common to see
That's where I'm longin' to be

Where the folks are happy and gay
And the easy way is the right way
Where the bees make honey all day
Don't you know you're right next to heaven down south
Where the moon shines mellow and bright
And the breeze plays tag with the night
That's where the sundown gals hold you tight
Lordy, how I love the south!

Composed by Bennie Moten and Thamon Hayes.
Lyrics by Ray Charles.
Recorded by Kansas City Orchestra; The Maddox Brothers and Rose; many others.



ID: 1429
    last modified: 2017-09-22 at 15:02:40
23-October-2019 17:16:15
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