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Do It In Heels

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Beginner / Improver
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Rob Holley (USA) - June 2016
Music:
Drunk in Heels - Jennifer Nettles : (CD: Playing With Fire - iTunes)
 
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3rd place Choreography Exhibition Improver Division - 2018 Ft. Wayne Dance For All

Intro: 24 (start on vocals)

[1-8] RIGHT ROCKING CHAIR, VINE RIGHT
1-4Rock forward R, recover weight on L, rock back R, recover weight on L
5-8Step R to R side, step L behind R, step R to R side, touch L next to R
*TAG – wall 5*

[9-16] TOE TOUCH OUT/IN, DIAGONAL STEP, TOUCH, X2
1-4Touch L toe to side L, touch L next to R, step diagonal forward L, touch R next to L
5-8Touch R toe to side R, touch R next to L, step diagonal forward R, touch L next to R

[17-24] DIAGONAL STEP BACK, TOUCH, X4
1-4Step diagonal back L, touch R next to L (clap), step diagonal back R, touch L next to R (clap)
5-8Step diagonal back L, touch R next to L (clap), step diagonal back R, touch L next to R (clap)

[25-32] VINE WITH ¼ TURN LEFT, JAZZ BOX
1-4Step L to L side, step R behind L, ¼ turn L step forward L, scuff R next to L
5-8Cross R over L, step L to L side, step R to R side, step L forward

*TAG: After count 8 on wall 5 facing 12:00
[1-8] HEEL TOUCHES X2, VINE LEFT
1-4Tap L heel diagonal forward, touch L next to R, Tap L heel diagonal forward, touch L next to R
5-8Step L to L side, step R behind L, step L to L side, touch R next to L
*Restart dance from beginning*

2 Comments

robbiefr June 5, 2016
Well done Rob a nice country track and a genuine beginner dance not like some of the so called beginner dances with full turns syncopated steps and a multitude of tags and restarts keep them coming Regards Rob

Rob_Holley June 6, 2016
Thank you robbiefr. I debated calling this a beginner dance because of the tag, but I feel even with the tag that the steps are easy enough to be considered maybe a 'high beginner' dance?

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