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Is Anybody Going To San Antone
Lone Star 603
 
    
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Is Anybody Going To San Antone
 
ID: 1989
   Instrumental  

LabelLone Star
Label information
Grid list of Lone Star recordings
Number603
TypeSinging Call
Copies2
Vic's Rating4 (good)
Bpm131
Duration3:44
Media45 rpm vinyl
Artist(s)
Fred Goynes (picture)    

Fred Goynes

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Cue Sheet

OPENER    Mainstream

Sides face, grand square
Rain dripping off the brim of my hat
It sure is cold today
Here I am walking down 66
Sure wish she hadn't done me that way

Circle left
Is anybody going to San Antone?
Left allemande, swing and promenade her
Any place is all right as long as I
Can forget I've ever known her


FIGURE    Basic, corner progression

Heads (sides) promenade and travel 1/2 way round
Down the middle square thru 4
Go all the way around and do the right & left thru
Veer left and ferris wheel round you do
Centers square thru and get me 3/4 round
Swing the corner lady, promenade her
Any place is all right as long as I
Can forget I've ever known her


MIDDLE BREAK    Mainstream

Sides face, grand square
Under a table in a roadside park
A man could wake up dead
But it sure seems warmer than it did
Sleeping in our king size bed

Circle left
Is anybody going to San Antone?
Left allemande, swing and promenade her
Any place is all right as long as I
Can forget I've ever known her


CLOSER    Mainstream

Sides face, grand square
Yonder comes a truck with U.S. mail
People writing letters back home
Tomorrow she'll probably want me back
But I'll still be just as gone

Circle left
Is anybody going to San Antone?
Left allemande, swing and promenade her
Any place is all right as long as I
Can forget I've ever known her


TAG

I can forget I've ever known her
 
Lyrics

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Is Anybody Going To San Antone? Lyrics ID: 1508

Rain dripping off the brim of my hat,
It sure is cold today.
An' here I am a-walkin' down Sixty Six,
Wish she hadn't done me that way.

Sleeping under a table in a roadside park,
A man could wake up dead.
But it sure seems warmer than it did,
Sleeping in our king size bed.

Is anybody going to San Antone,
Or Phoenix, Arizona.
Any place is all right as long as I
Can forget I've ever known her.

Wind whippin down the neck of my shirt,
Like I ain't got nothin' on.
But I'd rather fight the wind and rain,
Than what I been fightin' at home.

Yonder comes a truck with the U.S. Mail,
People writin' letters back home.
Tomorrow she'll probably want me back,
But I'll be just as gone.

Is anybody going to San Antone,
Or Phoenix, Arizona.
Any place is all right as long as I
Can forget I've ever known her.

Any place is all right as long as I
Can forget I've ever known her.

Lyrics by Dave Kirby and Glenn Martin.
Recorded by Charley Pride.
 

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