Call Me Claus - Garth Brooks
TOUCH, KICK, CROSS, BACK, SIDE SHUFFLE ¼, STEP ½ PIVOT1-2Touch right toe to left instep, kick right diagonally forward3-4Cross step right over left, step back on left5&6Step right to side, step left together, step right to side ¼ turn right7-8Step forward on left, pivot ½ turn rightSTEP, SCUFF, CROSS, BACK, SIDE, CROSS, KICK, CROSS1-2Step forward on left, scuff right forward3-4Cross step right over left, step back on left5-6Step right to side, cross step left over right7-8Kick right diagonally forward right (rise on ball of left), cross step right over leftCHASSE LEFT, BACK-ROCK, FULL TURN, CHASSE RIGHT1&2Step left to side, step right together, step left to side3-4Rock back on right, recover weight onto left5-6Traveling right: full turn right stepping right, left7&8Step right to side, step left together, step right to sideCROSS-ROCK, TOUCH, TURN ¼, RIGHT SHUFFLE, KICK, CROSS1-2Cross-rock left over right, recover weight onto right3-4Touch left toe to side, turn ¼ left taking weight onto left5&6Step forward on right, step left together, step forward on right7-8Kick left diagonally forward (rise on ball of right), cross step left over rightOUT-IN-OUT, CLICK, HOLD, IN-OUT, CLICK (THIS SHOULD HIT THE BEAT OF THE MUSIC)1-2Touch right toe to side, touch right toe together3-4Touch right to side, hold and click fingers of right hand and look right5-6Hold, touch right toe together7-8Touch right toe to side, hold and click fingers right hand and look rightSTEP, ½ PIVOT, RIGHT SHUFFLE, LEFT SHUFFLE, KICK-BALL-STEP1-2Step forward on right, pivot ½ turn left3&4Step forward on right, step left together, step forward on right5&6Step forward on left, step right together, step forward on right7&8Kick right forward across left, step ball of right next to left, step forward on leftREPEATRESTARTS There are restarts during the 3rd and 5th repetitions when dancing to Garth Brooks. These are after you have danced 32 counts and you will restart facing the back on the first one. The second time will bring you around to the front again - hence "2-wall" dance. The dance will end with the music facing the front.