Social Games and Group Dances: A Collection of Games and Dances Suitable for Community and Social Use

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J. B. Lippincott Company, 1919 - Dance - 258 pages

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Page 211 - Jolly is the miller who lives by the mill, The wheel goes round with a right good will; One hand in the hopper and the other in the sack, The right steps forward, and the left steps back.
Page 227 - up, mate, surely, late." In the chorus, "Ha ha ha!" should be shouted heartily with heads thrown back. Pretty maiden, sweet and gay, Carrousel is running, It will run till evening : Little ones a nickel, big ones a dime. Hurry up ! get a mate ! Or you'll surely be too late!
Page 198 - Pease) Porridge Hot Pease porridge hot, pease porridge cold, Pease porridge in the pot nine days old ; Some like it hot, some like it cold, Some like it in the pot nine days old.
Page 128 - Brown's baiby had a cold upon his chest, John Brown's 'baby had a cold upon his chest, So they rubbed him with camphorated oil...
Page 230 - ... I'm Cap-tain Jinks of the Horse Ma-rines, I feed my horse on corn and beans And Fine swing the la - dies in their teens For that's the style in the ar - my.
Page 230 - I teach the ladies how to dance, How to dance, how to dance, I teach the ladies how to dance, For that's the style in the army.
Page 1 - SOCIAL GAMES AND GROUP DANCES. A Collection of Games and Dances Suitable for Community and Social Use.
Page 4 - The games and dances described herein are suitable for almost any occasion or any social group of either youthful or mature persons In the city or in the country, In the home or in the school, In the social center or in the ballroom.
Page 189 - Any number may dance, but if there is a large group to be directed, it is best to have only eight or ten couples in each circle. Formation: In couples forming a single circle facing the center, girls on the right of boys. Music is divided into two parts, A and B. Count one, two to a measure.
Page 83 - Go," the knights run to the ladies, each receiving his cracker, and return to their starting point. They must eat the cracker as quickly as possible, and return to their ladies, kneel before them, and whistle a tune which the...

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