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Moving On Up

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
William Sevone (UK)
Music:
Moving On Up - M People
 
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2X SIDE ROCK-ROCK-TOGETHER-HOLD (12:00)
1-2Rock right foot to right side, rock step onto left foot
3-4Step right foot next to left, hold
5-6Rock left foot to left side, rock step onto right foot
7-8Step left foot next to right, hold

FORWARD PUSH STEP, STEP, BACKWARD PUSH STEP, STEP, 2X FORWARD SHUFFLE (12:00)
9-10Push step right foot forward, step onto left foot
11-12Push step right foot backward, step onto left foot
13&14Step forward onto right foot, close left foot next to right, step forward onto right foot
15&16Step forward onto left foot, close right foot next to left, step forward onto left foot

2X STEP FORWARD-PIVOT ½ LEFT, GRAPEVINE WITH TOE TOUCH (OR OPTION) (12:00)
17-18Step forward onto right foot, pivot ½ left (weight on left foot)
19-20Step forward onto right foot, pivot ½ left (weight on left foot)
21-22Step right foot to right side, cross step left foot behind right
23-24Step right foot to right side, touch left toe next to right foot - clicking fingers
Option: count 24 - angle body to left & touch left heel forward - clicking fingers

GRAPEVINE WITH TOE TOUCH (OR OPTION), 2X BACKWARD SHUFFLE, ¼ RIGHT (3:00)
25-26Step left foot to left side, cross step right foot over left
27-28Step left foot to left side, touch right toe next to left foot - clicking fingers
Option: count 28 - angle body to right & touch right heel forward - clicking fingers
28&30Step backward onto right foot, close left foot next to right, step backward onto right
31&32Step backward onto left foot, close right foot next to left, step backward onto left foot
&(With right foot slightly raised) turn ¼ right

REPEAT

1 Comments

Metaltigger May 29, 2019
The dance originally stems from a ad-hoc dance I created for a Latin dance class to show the Teachers that Linedance can show 'promise'. That was in early 1994. Without the holds, but with the final turn it became what you see now.
The original (from 1994) I transcribed later, added the final turn and called it 'Mourumba'.

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