KHOO KAAT

Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Beginner / Intermediate
Choreographer:
Chen Kuo-Wei
Music:
Khoo Kaat by Thongchai McIntyre
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"Khoo Kaat" is a very popular Thai song by Thongchai McIntyre alias "BIRD". Translated, it means "feuding couple"
Dedicated to my Thai wife and sister-in-law, who encouraged me to introduce Thai music!

RIGHT SHUFFLE, LEFT SHUFFLE, ROCK RECOVER, ½ TURN RIGHT, SHUFFLE
1&2Shuffle forward on right diagonal, right, left, right
Arms: fingers closed, right hand raised from elbow, left hand folded close to the stomach
3&4Shuffle forward on left diagonal, left, right, left
Arms: fingers closed, left hand raised from elbow, right hand folded close to the stomach
5-6Rock right foot forward, recover on left and make ½ turn right (facing back wall)
7&8Shuffle forward right, left, right

TOUCH CROSSES, ROCK RECOVER, ½ TURN LEFT, SHUFFLE
1-2Touch left foot to left side, cross left foot over right
3-4Touch right foot to right side, cross right foot over left
5-6Rock left foot forward, recover on right and make ½ turn left (facing original wall)
7&8Shuffle forward left, right, left

SIDE ROCK, ¼ TURN LEFT, RIGHT CROSS SHUFFLE, ROCKING CHAIR
1-2Rock right, rock left (at the same time make ¼ turn left)
3&4Cross shuffle, right, left, right
5-6Rock left foot forward, recover on right
Arms: bend body as you rock forward, left hand touching left shin, right arm point to sky!
7-8Rock back on left foot, recover on right

ROCKING CHAIR, SHUFFLE BACK, ROCK BACK RECOVER, FULL TURN LEFT
1-2Rock left foot forward, recover on right
Arms: bend body as you rock forward, left hand touching left shin, right arm point to sky!
3&4Shuffle back, left, right, left
5-6Rock back on right foot, recover on left (make ½ turn left)
7-8Step back on right foot (making another ½ turn left) at the same time, step on left

REPEAT
The music will end when you are facing the original wall, executing the "touch crosses". Instead of turning, step left forward, recover on right, cross left behind right and bow your head with both palms clasped in traditional Thai greeting "Sawasdee!"