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Easy Intermediate
Jan Wyllie, Hervey Bay, Qld., Australia (Jan 2007)
Would You Catch A Falling Star by John Anderson (104 bpm)
Intro: 16 count intro start on word ’small’

Step Scuff, Shuffle Fwd, 4 Count Rocking Chair
1,2 Step fwd on L, Scuff R fwd
3&4 Shuffle fwd R,L,R
5,6,7,8 Rock/step fwd on L, Rock back on R, Rock/step back on L, Rock fwd on R

Step Fwd Scuff, Step Across Back, Step To Side Scuff, Step Across Back
9,10,11,12 Step fwd on L, Scuff R across L, Step R across L, Step back on L
13,14,15,16 Step R to right side, Scuff L across R, Step L across R, Step back on R

Side Rock Return, Cross Shuffle, Side Rock Return, Cross Shuffle
17,18 Rock/step L to left side, Rock/return wt sideways onto R
19&20 Cross/shuffle right stepping L,R,L
21,22 Rock/step R to right side, Rock/return wt sideways onto L
23&24 Cross/shuffle left stepping R,L,R

Side Touch, 1/4 Monterey Turn, Side Touch, 1/4 Monterey Turn
25,26 Step L to left side, Touch R beside L
27,28 Touch R toe to right side, Making 1/4 right step R beside L (Monterey)
29,30 Touch L toe to left side, Step L beside R
31,32 Touch R toe to right side, Making 1/4 right step R beside L

This is an easy dance to a nice slow song.
Although the steps are easy, the dance is still too hard for A beginner dancer because there is a trick or two to keep it interesting.
Hope you enjoy it .

See you on the floor sometime...Jan


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