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Cut A Rug

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Count:
32
Wall:
2
Level:
Ultra Beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Jo Thompson Szymanski (USA) & Rita Thompson (USA)
Music:
Roll Back The Rug - Scooter Lee
 
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Alt. Music:
Stuck Like Glue by Sugarland.

SIDE, TOGETHER, SIDE, TOUCH, SIDE, TOGETHER, SIDE TOUCH
1-2Step right to side, step left together
3-4Step right to side, touch left together
5-6Step left to side, step right together
7-8Step left to side, touch right together
The above 8 counts can be done as a vine right and left by crossing behind on counts 2 and 6

DIAGONAL STEP TOUCH
1-2Step right diagonally forward, touch left together
3-4Step left diagonally back, touch right together
5-6Step right diagonally back, touch left together
7-8Step left diagonally forward, touch right together

FORWARD DIAGONAL SLIDE RIGHT AND LEFT
1-2Step right diagonally forward, slide left together
3-4Step right diagonally forward, scuff left forward
5-6Step left diagonally forward, slide right together
7-8Step left diagonally forward, scuff right forward
The above 8 counts can be done with a lock step by crossing slightly behind on counts 2 and 6

STEP, HOLD, TURN ¼ LEFT, HOLD, STEP, HOLD, TURN ¼ LEFT, HOLD
1-2-3-4Step right forward, hold, turn ¼ left (weight to left), hold
5-6-7-8Step right forward, hold, turn ¼ left (weight to left), hold

REPEAT

3 Comments

CathyG October 27, 2011
Another great stepsheet, thanks! Clear and dead easy to follow - keep 'em coming please!

Yada November 17, 2012
If your doing harder dances and want a brain break, this is a fun easy dance to do. Pick a fast song and even experienced dancers will like it. Lots of fun contra as well.

DancingDJ_RR September 13, 2022
Love the dance, especially to faster music. I teach a modified version of the last eight counts…seems to keep the action going better. Here are the steps: 1/4 L step R, touch, step L, touch (25-28), repeat.

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