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My Son, Mr. Mom

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Count:
48
Wall:
2
Level:
Improver
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Barb Addeo (USA)
Music:
Mr. Mom - Lonestar
 
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FORWARD STEP, LOCK, STEP SCUFFS TWICE
1-4Right steps forward, lock left behind right, step right forward, left scuff forward
5-8Left steps forward, lock right behind left, step left forward, right scuff forward

FORWARD KICKS, CROSSING TOE HEEL STRUTS (PROGRESSING SLIGHTLY BACKWARDS)
1-2Kick right foot forward twice (low kicks)
3-4Cross right over left and touch right toe, put right heel down
5-6Touch left toe to back, put left heel down
7-8Touch right toe to back, put right heel down

CROSS OVER, POINT, RIGHT ½ TURNING SHUFFLE
1-2Cross left over right, hold
3-4Point right toe to right side, hold
5-8Make a ½ turn to the right, stepping right, left, right, hold

SLOW CHARLESTON STEP
1-2Step forward on left, hold
3-4Kick right forward, hold
5-6Step back on right, hold
7-8Touch left toe back, step left next to right

HEEL SWITCHES WITH CLAPS
1&Right heel touches forward, right steps together
2&Left heel touches forward, left steps together
3Right heel touches forward
&4Clap, clap

SYNCOPATED WEAVE TO THE RIGHT, CROSSING SHUFFLE
&Step right together
5Cross left over right
&6Right steps to right side, left crosses behind right
&Right steps to right side
7&8Left crosses in front of right, right steps to right side, left crosses in front of right

SIDE ROCK RECOVER ¼ TURN LEFT, SHUFFLE FORWARD
1-2Right rocks to right side, recover on left as you make a ¼ turn left
3&4Shuffle forward right, left, right

¾ TRIPLE TURN TO RIGHT, ½ TURN PIVOT TO LEFT
5&6Triple ¾ right, stepping left, right, left
7-8Step forward on right, pivot ½ turn to the left

REPEAT

RESTART
As you begin the dance the 3rd time (you will be facing the front wall), dance only up to count 20 (the hold count after pointing to the side), then restart the dance from the beginning. This is done only once
This dance is dedicated to my son John.

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