Petticoat Wag
for a line of as many couples as will.
The music has a repeated A part for each verse, and the B part repeats once for each change in the progressive chorus figure in the (n-1)x3 formula.
So, 3 couples = (AA Bx6)x3, 4 couples = (AA Bx9)x3, 5 couples = (AA Bx12)x3, etc
Reconstructed by Dafydd Cyhoeddwr
Music: Country Capers by the New York Renaissance Band (wrong structure)
iTunes playlists from the building blocks to make the right repeats for the right number of couples.
Part 1
Verse 1, Part A
1: Lead up a double
2: Fall back a double, face your partner
3: Turn your back on your partner (half-turning in one double, going left)
4: Face your partner again (moving right)
Verse 1, Part B
1&2: Lead up a double and back
3&4: Turn your back to your partner (left), face your partner again (right)
Chorus 1
1: Man 1 cross over to stand behind woman 2
2: Woman 1 cross over to stand behind man 2
3: Couple 1 peeps around couple 2 twice (beat 1 and 3 - the music tells you)
4: Couple 1 crosses onto the proper sides of the set in couple 2's position - couple 2 slips up into couple 1's place once they have passed
R: Do this figure until you come back to your places, sitting out at the top and bottom and coming back in as the opposite type.  The entire line needs to finish and be back in place before part 2 begins.
Part 2
Verse 2, Part A
1&2: Side left with your partner (double forward to line up right shoulders, double back)
3&4: Turn your back to your partner (left), face your partner again (right)
Verse 2, Part B
1&2: Side right with your partner (double forward to line up left shoulders, double back)
3&4: Turn your back to your partner (left), face your partner again (right)
Chorus 2
1&2: Couple 1 crosses over to the opposige side of the set in two doubles, going between couple 2 as they go to end up in their positions, couple 2 slipping up out of the way
3&4: Couple 1 switches with each other in two doubles
R: Do this figure until you come back to your places, sitting out at the top and bottom and coming back in as the opposite type.  The entire line needs to finish and be back in place before part 3 begins.
Part 3
Verse 3, Part A
1&2: Arm left with your partner (take right arms and walk around to the left in two doubles)
3&4: Turn your back to your partner (left), face your partner again (right)
Verse 3, Part B
1&2: Arm right with your partner (take left arms and walk around to the right in two doubles)
3&4: Turn your back to your partner (left), face your partner again (right)
Chorus 3
1: Man 1 and man 2 take both hands and change places in a double
2: Woman 1 and woman 2 take both hands and change places in a double, everyone face your partner
3&4: Set and turn single, left
R: Do this figure until you come back to your places, sitting out at the top and bottom and coming back in as the opposite type.  When everyone is back to their places, the dance is finished.