An Old Man is a Bed Full of Bones
for a line of as many couples as will.
The top and bottom men are really the only active people, so having a huge line of couples is pretty silly.  I think that using 3 couples would work best, though 4 might work as well in a pinch.
This dance needs a repeat structure of ((6xA)x3), or 18 repeats of the basic melody (A = 4 measures, 16 beats).
Reconstructed by Dafydd Cyhoeddwr.
Music: Dance Tunes from Various CDs. This version (from Food of Love by Hesperus) doesn't quite work - only 13ish repeats.
New New Nothing by Shulamit Kleinerman - also, not enough repeats
Son of Doctored Dance Stuff.  Spliced Food of Love version to 18 repeats.
Part 1
Verse 1, Part A
1&2: Forward a double and back, face your partner
3&4: Set and turn single, left
Verse 1, Part B
1&2: Forward a double and back, face your partner
3&4: Set and turn single, right
Chorus 1, Part A
1: Man 1 lead his partner down between the set a double.
2: Couple 1 fall back a double.
3: Man 1 lead his partner down between the set a double, all the way to the end.
4: Man 1 turn his partner and put her into the last woman's place, taking the last woman into the middle of the set.
Chorus 1, Part B
1: Man 1 lead his new partner up a double.
2: Man 1 and his partner fall back a double.
3: Man 1 lead his new partner back to place.
4: Man 1 turn his new partner and put her in woman 1's place.
Chorus 1, Part C
1: Man 3 lead woman 1 up a double between the set.
2: Man 3 and woman 1 fall back a double.
3: Man 3 lead woman 1 up a double to the very top.
4: Man 3 turn woman 1 all the way around and put her in her proper place, taking woman 3.
Chorus 1, Part D
1: Man 3 lead his partner down the set.
2: Man 3 and his partner fall back a double.
3: Man 3 lead his partner down the set to the bottom.
4: Man 3 turn his partner all the way around and put her in her proper place.
Part 2
Verse 2, Part A
1&2: Side left with your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single, left
Verse 2, Part B
1&2: Side right with your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single, right
Chorus 2, Parts A through D
1-16: As Chorus 1, but cross both hands in the middle as the partners move about.
Part 3
Verse 3, Part A
1&2: Arm left with your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single (left).
Verse 3, Part B
1&2: Arm right with your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single (right).
Chorus 3, Parts A through D
1-16: As Chorus 1, but let the woman turn under your arm as you lead them back and forth, and (if willing) add a kiss at the end of each double.