Drive the Cold Winter Away
for a line of as many couples as will.
The top man is really the only active person, so having a huge line of couples is pretty silly.  I think that using 4 couples would work best, though 3 might work as well in a pinch.
Reconstructed by Dafydd Cyhoeddwr.
Music: Country Dances by the Broadside Band.  This tape's version has an AABBBBx3 structure (the "B"s could just be very long, so really only BB), which should work with this reconstruction.
Part 1
Verse 1, Part A
1&2: Forward a double and back.
Verse 1, Part B
1&2: That again. Face your partner.
Chorus 1, Part A
1: Man 1 does a double backward, while the rest of the men in a line begin a figure that they have four measures to complete.  This is:  go between the top two women, circle to the left around the top woman and come down on the men's side to meet man one.
2: Man 1 does a double down to end up in front of the second to last woman.
3: Man 1 turns the second to last woman quickly all the way around.
4: Man 1 turns the last woman all the way around and puts himself in her partner's place.  The line of men should have met man 1 by now, forming an inversion of the men's line.
Chorus 1, Part B
1: Man 1 does a double backward, while the rest of the men in a line do as before thus:  go between the bottom two women, circle to the right around the bottom woman and come up on the men's side to meet man one.
2: Man 1 does a double up to end up in front of the second woman.
3: Man 1 turns the second woman quickly all the way around.
4: Man 1 turns his partner all the way around.  The rest of the men should be meeting him here.
Part 2
Verse 2, Part A
1&2: Side left with your partner.
Verse 2, Part B
1&2: Side right with your partner.
Chorus 2, Parts A and B
1-8 As Chorus 1, but the woman execute the parts.
Part 3
Verse 3, Part A
1&2: Arm left with your partner.
Verse 3, Part B
1&2: Arm right with your partner.
Chorus 3, Parts A and B
1-8: As Chorus 1, men again executing the parts.