In A1, after each star/half-turn, men are where they started the dance, only the ladies change positions
According to Wikipedia "Sweet Polly Oliver is an English broadside ballad, traceable from 1840 or earlier. It is also known as "Pretty Polly Oliver" and has several variant sets of lyrics, set to a single anonymous melody. It is one of the best known of a number of folk songs describing women disguising themselves as men to join the army to be with their lovers."
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