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Miss Molly Brown / Seashores Of Old Mexico
Kalox 1269
 
    
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Miss Molly Brown / Seashores Of Old Mexico
 
ID: 8514
   Side A  

LabelKalox
Label information
Grid list of Kalox recordings
Number1269
TypeSinging Call (two instrumentals)
Copies6
Vic's Rating0 (not rated)
Bpm 
Duration 
Media45 rpm vinyl
Artist(s)
Bob Yerington     recordings by Bob Yerington
Lee Swain (picture)     recordings by Lee Swain

Lee Swain

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Cue Sheet side A

OPENER - MIDDLE BREAK - CLOSER    Basic

Join hands and circle round the land
Move it now, left allemande and then, box the gnat
Girls star left go once around and then
Box the gnat now do a right & left grand
Mollie Brown is back in town again
Dosado, left allemande, come back and promeno
Square dance halls will all be jumpin then
Cause Mollie Brown is back in town again


FIGURE    Mainstream, corner progression

2 & 4 (1 & 3) go right & left thru you know (backaway)
Now heads slide thru and do a dosado
Once around, now pass thru and swing
Left allemande and weave around the ring
Mollie Brown is back in town again
Dosado and promenade her, man
Square dance halls will all be jumpin then
Cause Mollie Brown is back in town again

 
Cue Sheet side B

OPENER - MIDDLE BREAK - CLOSER    Basic

Circle left
I was headed out of Tucson with no destination in mind
Left allemande that corner, dosado around your own
Men star right
Left allemande that corner, come on back, swing your own
One time around and promenade
And she'll be your love on the seashores of Old Mexico


FIGURE    Basic, corner progression

Heads square thru 4 hands around you will go
Right & left thru and turn the girl
Dive thru, pass thru, swing thru 2 by 2
Boys run right round the girl, couples circulate
Couples trade and then, wheel & deal my friend
Swing the corner lady round then promenade
And she'll be your love on the seashores of Old Mexico

 
Lyrics

Lyrics are provided for informational and educational purposes only. Lyrics are
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Molly Brown Lyrics ID: 3977

Molly Brown she walked the town, and the townsmen did for years
All the boys were wearing smiles, the women are crying tears
She's really got 'em worried that she's after their men
Molly she's a swinger, she's back in town again

Molly Brown is back in town again
And the Honky Tonks are swinging once again
The gate to Lover's Lane swings out and in
Molly Brown is back in town again

The Chamber of Commerce is as happy as can be
The revenue is rolling in just like it used to be
Now Molly she's a good girl, she's just in love with men
Molly Brown is back in town again

Molly Brown is back in town again
And the Honky Tonks are swinging once again
The gate to Lover's Lane swings out and in
Molly Brown is back in town again

Molly Brown is back in town again
And the Honky Tonks are swinging once again
The gate to Lover's Lane swings out and in
Molly Brown is back in town again

Lyrics by Eddie Miller and Skeets McDonald.
Recorded by Skeets McDonald.

The Seashores Of Old Mexico Lyrics ID: 1527

I left out of Tucson with no destination in mind.
I was runnin' from trouble and the jail-term the Judge had in mind.
And the border meant freedom, a new life, romance
And that's why I thought I should go
And start my life over on the seashores of old Mexico.

My first night in Juarez, lost all the money I had.
One bad senorita made use of one innocent lad.
But I must keep on runnin'; it's too late to turn back:
I'm wanted in Tucson, I'm told.
Yeah, an' things'll blow over on the seashores of old Mexico.

Two Mexican farmers en route to a town I can't say,
Let me ride on the back of a flatbed half-loaded with hay.
Down through Durango, Colima, Almiera,
Then in the Manzanillos,
Where I slept in the sunshine on the seashores of old Mexico.

After one long siesta, I came wide awake in the night.
I was startled by someone who shadowed the pale moonlight.
My new-found companion, one young senorita,
Who offered a broken hello,
To the gringo she found on the seashores of old Mexico.

She spoke of Sonora and swore that she'd never return,
For her Mexican husband, she really had no great concern.
'Cause she loved the gringo, my red hair and lingo:
That's all I needed to know.
Yeah, I found what I needed on the seashores of old Mexico.

Yeah, she loved the gringo, my red hair and lingo:
That's all I needed to know, ha, ha.
Yeah, I found what I needed on the seashores of old Mexico.

Lyrics by Merle Haggard. 

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