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Have You Ever Seen The Rain

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Improver / Easy Intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Dee Musk (UK) - January 2012
Music:
Have You Ever Seen the Rain - Rod Stewart : (Album: Still the Same... Great Rock Classics of Our Time)
 
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24 Count Intro. Approx 13 seconds - Track approx 3 mins 12 secs - BPM 116

Right Forward Rock, Right Coaster Step, Step ¼ Turn Right, Cross Shuffle.
1,2Rock forward on R, recover weight to L.
3&4Step back on R, close L beside R, step forward on R.
5,6Step forward on L, make a ¼ turn R.
7&8Cross L over R, step R to R side, cross L over R. (3 o’clock).

Hinge ½ Turn Left, Cross Shuffle, Side Rock, Behind Side Cross.
1,2Make a ¼ turn L stepping back on R, make a ¼ turn L stepping L to L side.
3&4Cross R over L, step L to L side, cross R over L.
5,6Rock L to L side, recover weight to R.
7&8Cross L behind R, step R to R side, cross L over R. (9 o’clock).
(*Restart)

Side Behind, Shuffle ¼ Turn Right, Step ½ Turn Right, Shuffle ½ Turn Right.
1,2Step R to R side, cross L behind R.
3&4Step R to R side, close L beside R, make a ¼ turn R stepping forward on R.
5,6Step forward on L, make a ½ turn R.
7&8Shuffle ½ turn R stepping L, R, L. (12 o’clock).

¼ Turn R Touch, Chasse L, Jazz box R.
1,2Make a ¼ turn R stepping R to R side, touch L beside R.
3&4Step L to L side, close R beside L, step L to L side.
5-8Cross R over L, step back on L, step R to R side, step forward on L. (3 o’clock).

*Restart during wall 4 – dance up to and including count 16. Begin again facing 6 o’clock.

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4 Comments

graiglas January 20, 2012
love it seems to flow nicely will defo be teaching this one . Thanks Deexxx

Deb294 January 23, 2012
I love it, hope everyone does!

Roz February 28, 2012
Lovely dance Dee. My classes love it well done

tct April 11, 2024
Even many experienced dancers have not heard of this term "Hinge Turn". It is used in many dances but never mentioned. Easy to understand. Thank you.

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