Weave it into other tunes.....this genre is Cut and Paste,
Do others that are the same tempo....like the Briggs' Big 3 - ( Briggs Jig, Breakdown, and Reel ), Alabama Joe, Get Up In De Morning, Camptown Hornpipe, Ethiopian Cracovienne, Walk Into De Parlour, ( and this is just the Briggs Book ).
Amuse yourself with your segues and string of tunes. Most of the Yellow Converse is like that too.
I love your description Chris...really nails the attraction we all feel to the music.
I think I may have said this here before, but I've always felt that "Grapevine Twist" shares some kind of vague kinship with "Cripple Creek" - at least in general shape. Starts up high but not too notey, with a busy B part that's down lower. Maybe that's part of the appeal. (although I suspect for some folks kinship with Cripple Creek might not be regarded as a positive attribute!)