Common in southern Missouri. A variety of two-couple figures can be substituted or added by individual callers, but this is the basic version. Good for beginners.
|Couples one and three, balance and swing||Each couple swings in place.|
|Halfway up and halfway back||The two couples walk forward to the middle of the square, then backward to where they started.|
|Do-si-do (can also be called as follows: right to your opposite (all the way around), and left to your own (all the way around), and right to your opposite, swing your own.)||This is also sometimes called a do-si-do or Texas do-si-do, but is a couple figure as described.|
|Two couples do-si-do||Either in ballroom position or promenade position, two couples do a do-si-do as a unit.|
|Break||A “break” is performed between repetitions of the figure. After the break, the figure will repeat, starting with the side couples (2 and 4).|