BLAME IT ON THE BOOGIE CopperKnob - Linedance Stepsheets

Count: 
32
Wall: 
4
Level: 
Beginner
Choreographer: 
Raymond Sarlemijn, Roy Verdonk & Darren "Daz" Bailey
Music: 
Blame It On The Boogie by Jay Kid


STEP LEFT, TOUCH FORWARD, STEP RIGHT, TOUCH FORWARD, STEP LEFT, TOUCH BACK, STEP RIGHT, TOUCH BACK
1-2Step left foot to left side, touch right foot across and in front of left foot
3-4Step right foot to right side, touch left foot across and in front of right foot
5-6Step left foot to left side, touch right foot behind left foot
7-8Step right foot to right side, touch left foot behind right foot

SHUFFLE LEFT, ROCK, RECOVER, SHUFFLE RIGHT WITH ¼ TURN RIGHT, ¼ TURN RIGHT WITH SLIDE LEFT
1&2Step left foot to left side, close right foot next to left foot, step left foot to left side
3-4Rock back onto right foot, recover onto left foot
5&6Step right foot to right side, close left foot next to right foot, step right foot to right side making ¼ turn right
7-8Making ¼ turn right slide to left side with left foot, touch right foot next to left foot

CHARLESTON STEPS: FORWARD, TOUCH, BACK, TOUCH, FORWARD, TOUCH, BACK, TOUCH
1-2Step forward on right foot, touch left toe forward
3-4Step back on left foot, touch right toe back
5-6Step forward on right foot, touch left toe forward
7-8Step back on left foot, touch right toe back

STEP ¼ TURN LEFT, SLIDE LEFT, TOUCH, OUT, OUT, IN, CROSS, UNWIND RIGHT ½ TURN
1-2Step right foot forward make, pivot ¼ turn left
3-4Slide to left side with left foot, touch right foot next to left foot
&5&6Step right foot to right side, step left foot to left side, step right foot in place, cross left foot over right foot
7-8Unwind over right shoulder½ turn, (ending with weight on right foot)

REPEAT

HAND MOTIONS
"Blame it on the sunshine": both hands in circular motion like an "O" in front of you
"Blame it on the moonlight": both hands move out from the waist, palms facing up
"Blame it on the good time": pull both arms (on both sides) inward (with a pelvic thrust)
"Blame it on the boogie": roll both hands over each other (like in the nursery rhyme song "This Old Man" - the part where it says "This old man came rolling home")