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005-Lyn Dance: "Standard Form"

posted Oct 23, 2011, 8:36 AM by Gregory Taylor
LYN LINE DANCES 01

  Ax + By - C  presents....

"Standard Form Lines"
  (*aka "Cotton Eye Joe", Rednex)

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CHORUS:
If it hadn't been for standard form lines
We'd be lacking math of all kinds
Linear combos, unsloped designs
That's why we need those standard form lines

If it hadn't been for standard form lines
We'd be lacking math of all kinds
Here's how we use it, take care with signs
Here's how we use those standard form lines

(CHORUS RPT)

(Hey hey hey hey hey hey heeeey....
 hey hey hey hey hey hey heeeey....)

Both x and y must be on the same side
They have equal weight, or so it's implied
With two types of things that are forming a sum
The slope gets defined by what x has become

(CHORUS RPT)

[Banjo playing]

Vertical case, that is straight up and down
Can only be done when the y's not around
You can rearrange if that isn't the case
And use any form that you'd like to embrace

(CHORUS RPT)

(Hey hey hey hey hey hey heeeey....
 hey hey hey hey hey hey heeeey....)

[Violin playing]

(Hey hey hey hey hey hey heeeey....
 hey hey hey hey hey hey heeeey....)

(CHORUS RPT)

(Yay yay yay yay yay yay yaaaay....
 yay yay yay yay yay yay yaaaay....)

If it hadn't been for standard form lines
I'd not be here dressed to the nines
Sort of annoying, but no more whines
That's why we need those standard form lines

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