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Night Coach Out Of Dallas
C Bar C 546
     
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Night Coach Out Of Dallas
 
ID: 8585
   Instrumental  

LabelC Bar C
Label information
Grid list of C Bar C recordings
Number546
TypeSinging Call
Copies2
Vic's Rating4 (good)
Bpm 
Duration3:01
Media45 rpm vinyl
Artist(s)
Bronc Wise (picture)     recordings by Bronc Wise

Bronc Wise

See Also

Old Call(s)
Cue Sheet

OPENER - MIDDLE BREAK - CLOSER    Mainstream

Sides face grand square
*On a night coach out of Dallas
Heading for the bright lights of L.A.
There's not too much in Dallas
To make a man who's free unpack and stay

When you meet your honey round the ring, promenade the square
Tonight I'm leaving Dallas
Maybe she'll be waiting for me there


ALTERNATE LYRICS

*Last week it was Houston
The week before somewhere in New Orleans
Where a pretty green-eyed red
Swore that she could fill all my dreams


FIGURE    C4, corner progression

Four ladies chain 3/4 go
Head couples promenade halfway round you know
Lead to the right, a right & left thru
Turn the girl, then you curlique, walk & dodge
Partner trade and roll to face
A right & left grand around the ring you do
When you meet that lady just promenade I say
Tonight I'm leaving Dallas
I'm heading for the bright lights of L.A.

 
Lyrics

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Night Coach Out Of Dallas Lyrics ID: 2000

On a night coach out of Dallas headin' for the bright lights of LA
There's not too much in Dallas to make a man who's free unpack and stay
I guess I've been a lotta miles and still ain't got no where
Tonight I'm leavin' Dallas, maybe she'll be waitin' for me there

Last week it was Houston, the week before somewhere in New Orleans
With a pretty green-eyed redhead who swore that she could fill my life with dreams
But what she had offer came as no surprise to me
Tonight I'm leavin' Dallas headin' for the bright lights of LA

But I wonder if I'm wastin' my time
Cause what it takes to satisfy, most people never find
Next week I might spend sometime in the foothills of the mountains or by the sea
Somewhere there must be someone with love that will belong to only me

So night coach take me out of here can't stay another day
Tonight I'm leavin' Dallas headin' for the bright lights of LA

But I wonder if I'm wastin' my time...

Tonight I'm leavin' Dallas headin' for the bright lights of LA

Lyrics by David Hall and Louis Redding.
Recorded by Faron Young.
 

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