Get the tune!Shepherd's Hey

The second chorus is usually called with a cry of "willies!"

A1, A2 Once-To-Yourself. All six move up with two half capers on last part, all dancers left foot lead, first pair continue.
A3, A4 First pair: 2 sets of double steps, two half capers, 2 sets of doulble steps, two half capers moving to bottom of set, the other four dancers join in on the last two half capers and move up the set one position. The new top pair continue, the other four stop.
A5, A6 Second pair: 2 sets of double steps, two half capers, 2 sets of doulble steps, two half capers moving to bottom of set, the other four dancers join in on the last two half capers and move up the set one position. The new top pair continue, the other four stop.
A7, A8 Third pair: 2 sets of double steps, two half capers, 2 sets of doulble steps, two half capers moving to bottom of set, the other four dancers join in on the last two half capers and move up the set one position.
B1, B2 Chorus for all. Clap hands in front of body, clap left hand on side of left ankle, wave left hand away at shoulder hight. Clap hands in front of body, clap right hand on side of right ankle, wave right hand away at shoulder hight, clap hands in front of body, raise left leg and clap hands underneath leg, lower leg, clap hands in front of body, raise right leg and clap hands underneath leg, lower leg, clap hands in front of body then behind body, then in front again. Repeat all of chorus sequence.
A9 to A14 Second figure as the first, for pairs in turn, with the difference that short sidesteps are substituted for the double steps.
B3, B4 Second chorus as per the first except that the hip is struck at the front instead of the ankle.
C1 to C6 Third figure as per the first except that squashed beetle slows are substituted for the double steps.
B5, B6 Third chorus as per the first except that instead of striking the ankle a kiss is blown. (At whomever in the audience the dancer considers it safe!)
A15, A16 Whole hey to finish.