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REGGAE COWBOY
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Count: 
40
Wall: 
4
Level: 
beginner
Choreographer: 
Gene Schrivener
Music: 
Get Into Reggae Cowboy by The Bellamy Brothers
STEP, CLAP, CLAP X 4
1&2Step right foot forward, touch left foot next to right and clap hands twice
3&4Step left foot forward, touch right foot next to left and clap hands twice
5&6Step right foot forward, touch left foot next to right and clap hands twice
7&8Step left foot forward, touch right foot next to left and clap hands twice

WALK BACK & HITCH X 2
1-4Walk back right, left, right and hitch left knee
5-8Walk back left, right, left and hitch right knee

GRAPEVINE & STOMP X 2
1-2Step right foot to right side, cross left foot behind right
3-4Step right foot to right side, stomp left foot next to right keeping weight on right foot
5-6Step left foot to left side, cross right foot behind left
7-8Step left foot to left side, stomp right foot next to left keeping weight on left foot

TURNING GRAPEVINE & STOMP X 2
1-2Step right foot ¼ turn right, step left foot ¼ turn right
3-4Step right foot ½ turn right, stomp left foot next to right keeping weight on right foot
5-6Step left foot ¼ turn left, step right foot ¼ turn left
7-8Step left foot ½ turn left, stomp right foot next to left keeping weight on left foot

"DIAMOND" SHUFFLES
1&2Shuffle forward to front right diagonal-right, left, right
3&4Turn ¼ turn right and shuffle back facing back left diagonal-left, right, left
5&6Turn ¼ right and shuffle forward facing back right diagonal-right, left, right
7&8Turn 1/8 turn right and shuffle back facing side wall - left, right, left

REPEAT
A version of this dance was introduced by Irène Cousin in early-2005 that changes the turning grapevines into regular grapevines and puts TWO shuffles on each side of the diamond, which adds 8 counts to the dance.

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