Somebody That I Used To Know

Count:
64
Wall:
4
Level:
High Beginner - slight rumba feel
Choreographer:
Max Perry (USA)
Music:
Somebody That I Used to Know (feat. Kimbra) - Gotye : (Album: Making Mirrors)
QRCODE

Dance starts on vocals (40 Count intro)

Step Forward, Side Rock, Step Forward , Side Rock
1,2,3,4Step L forward, Hold, Rock R to side, Step L in place
5,6,7,8Step R forward, Hold, Rock L to side, Step R in place

Step Back, Hook, Step Forward, Touch, Back Together, Fwd Together
1,2,Step L back, Hook Right in front of L – just below knee
3,4Step R forward, Touch L up to and behind R
5,6Step L back, Step R next to L
7,8Step L forward, Step R up next to L (use 3rd position, weight on R)

Forward Step, 1/2 Pivot Turn Left, Traveling Pivot Turning R, Moving Forward
1,2,3,4Step L forward, Hold, Step R forward Turning 1/2 left, Step L in place (S,Q,Q)
5,6,7,8Step R forward and turn 1/2 right, Step L back turning 1/2 R, Step R forward, Hold Face [6:00]

Step Forward, Hold, Forward Rock, Step Back, Hold, Back Rock
1,2,3,4Step L forward, Hold, Rock R forward, Step L in place
5,6,7,8Step R back, Hold, Rock L back, Step R in place

Slow Vaudevilles Left and Right (society or “straight” rhythm)
1,2,3,4Step L side, Touch R heel to Right side, Step R in place, Cross L over R
5,6,7,8Step R side, Touch L heel to left side, Step L in place, Cross R over L

3/4 Slow Walk Around Turn
1,2,3,4Turn 1/4 left and step L forward, Hold, Step R forward and turn 1/2 left, Hold
5,6,7,8Step L in place, Hold, Step R forward, Hold Face [9:00]

L Side Rock, Hold, R Side Rock, Hold
1,2,3,4Rock L to left side, Step R in place, Step L next to R, Hold
5,6,7,8Rock R to right side, Step L in place, Step R next to L, Hold

Slow Sailor Shuffle Combination (similar to Jai’ Du Boogie)
1,2,3,4Rock L to side, Step R in place, Cross L behind R, Rock R side,
5,6,7,8Step L in place, Cross R behind L, Rock L to left side, Step R in place

Start Over

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