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Old Time Dancing Via Verse

Its rhythm gallops in a prance.
The Galop is the equine dance;
Each partner bounding as the Horse,
With two-fewer legs of course!
To finish better sum the pair—
Behooved the four feet in this air!

31 May 07

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n : a fast gait of a horse; a two-beat stride during which all
four legs are off the ground simultaneously

1. A lively dance in duple time, popular in the 19th century.
2. The music for this dance.

behoove (verb)
forms: behooved; behooved; behooving
be suited to; be incumbent upon

Air (French for "aria"; also ayr, ayre), a variant of the musical song form,
is the name of various song-like vocal or instrumental compositions.
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