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THE WAGGLE O' THE KILT (J8x40) James B Cosh  22 SCDs+1  1- 8 1s cast 1 place, lead down between 3s, cast up to 2 nd  place & turn LH to end BtoB facing own sides  9-16 1s dance RH across (1M with 2M+3M & 1L with 2L+3L) & dance RH across with other side (1s end facing 1 st  corners) 17-24 1s dance ½ diag. reel of 4 with 1 st  corners & ½ reel of 4 with 2 nd corners & end facing 3 rd  corner (position) 25-32 1s+3 rd  corners ½ turn RH, corners turn LH 1½ times in centre & change places RH with 1 st  corner (position), 1s turn LH to face 4 th corners 33-40 1s+4 th  corners ½ turn RH, corners turn LH 1½ times in centre & change places RH with 2 nd  corner (position), 1s turn LH to 2 nd  place
I’ll never forget the day I went and joined the ‘Ninety third’ The chums I used to run with said they thought I look’d absurd. As they saluted me, and gather’d round me in a ring, And as I wagg’d my tartan kilt they a’ began to sing - Chorus: He's a braw braw hielan' laddie, Private Jock McDade. There's not anither soger like him in the Scotch Brigade. Rear'd amang the heather, you can see he's Scottish built By the wig, wig, wiggle, wiggle, waggle o’ the kilt. Lyrics by Harry Lauder