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A Tribute To Dwight

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Count:
32
Wall:
2
Level:
Beginner +
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Sandie Witmer (USA) - September 2023
Music:
A Thousand Miles From Nowhere - Dwight Yoakam
 
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Intro: 16 Counts

Section 1: Right Heel Grind, Sweep R, Behind Side Cross RLR, Chasse L, Behind Side RL
1Grind right heel beside left instep with toes facing inward
2Sweep right foot behind left (front to back)
3&4Step right foot behind left, step side left, step right across (in front of) left foot
5&6Chasse LRL
7-8Step right foot behind left, step left foot side left

Section 2: Cross Rock-Recover R-L, Chasse R, Cross L, Side R, Coaster L
1-2Cross rock right over left, recover left
3&4Chasse RLR
5-6Cross left over right, step right side right
7&8Step back left, step right back together with left, step forward left

Section 3: (Heel R & Heel L, Pivot ¼ Turn Left) X 2
1&2&Touch right heel forward, step right foot next to left in place, touch left heel forward, step left foot next to right in place
3-4Step right foot forward, turn ¼ left on left foot
5&6&Touch right heel forward, step right foot next to left in place, touch left heel forward, step left foot next to right in place
7-8Step right foot forward, turn ¼ left on left foot

Section 4: Shuffle Forward R & L, Step Back R, Touch Toe Tip L, Step Back L, Touch Toe Tip R
1&2Shuffle forward right, left, right
3&4Shuffle forward left, right, left
5-6Step back right, touch left toe tip beside right foot
7-8Step back left, touch right toe tip beside left foot

End of Dance (EOD) No tags, No restarts

Alternate Music:
Ain’t That Lonely Yet by Dwight Yoakum (Country)
Aw Naw by Chris Young (Country)
Tequila Little Time by Jon Pardi (Country)
First Rodeo by Cooper Alan (Country)
Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough by Michael Jackson (70’s Disco)
You Dropped A Bomb On Me by The Gap Band (80’s Funk)
Sugar Pie Honey Bunch by Kid Rock (Southern Rock)
These Are The Days by Lauren Daigle (Spiritual)

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