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I See Me

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Tina Argyle (UK) - October 2014
I See Me - Travis Tritt : (Single - iTunes)
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** A thousand thanks again to Glen for recommending this track - it’s amazing! **

Count In : 16 counts from start of track

Step Fwd Sweep. Cross Side Behind with Sweep. Behind Side Cross Rock, Recover x2 . ¼ Turn x 2
1Step forward left sweeping right leg anti - clockwise
2&3Cross right over left, step left to left side, cross right behind left sweeping left leg anti - clockwise
4&Cross left behind right, step right to right side
RESTART - here on wall 3 facing 12 o’clock
5Cross rock left over right
6&7Recover weight onto right, step left to left side, cross rock right over left
8&1Recover weight onto left, make ¼ turn right stepping fwd right, make ¼ turn right stepping left to left side
Sweeping right leg clock wise ( 6 o’clock )

Sailor Step. Behind Side Cross. Basic Nightclub Right Then Left.
2&3Cross right behind left, rock left side, step right to right side
&4&Cross left behind right, step right to right side, cross left over right
5 6&Take extended step right to right side, rock left behind right, recover weight onto right
7 8&Take extended step left to left side, rock right behind left, recover weight onto left
*** Tag here on wall 6 ( facing 6 o’clock) repeat basic nightclub - (1 ) Step to right side (2&) Rock straight back left, recover

Rumba Box, Coaster, Side. Cross Rock, Side Rock, Sailor ¼ Turn Sway
1&2Step right to right side, close left at side of right, step forward right
3&Step left to left side, close right at side of left
4&5Step back left, Step back right, take extended step left to left facing left diagonal
6&Rock forward right, recover
7&Side rock right , recover
8&1Make ¼ turn right crossing right behind left, step left to left side, step right to right side swaying hips to right side

Sway Rolling Full Turn Right. Sway, Sway, Rolling 1 ¼ Turn Left (rolling turns can be danced as vines)
2Sway to the left transferring weight onto left
3&4¼ turn right stepping fwd right, ½ turn right stepping back left, ¼ turn right stepping right to right side
5-6Step left to left side swaying to the left, sway to the right transferring weight onto right
7&¼ turn left stepping fwd left, ½ turn left stepping back right
8&½ turn left stepping forward left, step forward right

Switching Forward Rock Steps. Together Back, Coaster Step, Brush Left Lock Step
1 - 2Rock forward left, recover
&3-4Step left at side of right, rock forward right, recover
&5Step right at side of left, take long step back left
6&7Step back right, step left at side of right, step fwd right
&Brush left at side of right
8&1Step forward left, lock right behind left, step fwd left to start dance again at count 1with sweep



JeannieR November 27, 2014
My current favourite , absolutely love it !!!!

Kippy Chick March 10, 2015
I generally HATE nightclubs, I think they are often pitched far to high for the 'average' dancer to even get a feel for them.. all turning and silly timing etc... however, in this case I make a huge exception... it's a beautiful track, complemented by a superbly crafted dance. It's easy enough for most dancers to really 'feel' the dance, but it's also challenging enough for the advanced dancers to seek the flow of a NC2 that so many dancers can't execute. Hats off to Tina. Wish I had choreographed it!

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