When Lola sweeps

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When the living room sweeps little Lola, better than sweep, dance with the broom.

He takes her by the waist, delicately; with great courtesy he bows his head;

take four little jumps: back off, get moving; and the broom continues her dance with Lola.

Barre from the right, reverse bar, and an air of polka braid with the feet.

Tour, gy ~ a, and turns, in return of waltz; then, jump and jump, with jazz rhythm.

After, more leisurely, walk the room. ¿ Pavana or rigodon air ?

And from so much dance to the live beat, the enemy dust is left behind.

When the living room sweeps little Lola, cleaner than gold leaves his broom.

Celeste April

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