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ALWAYS (AND FOREVER)

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Count:
32
Wall:
2
Level:
beginner/intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Bryan McWherter
Music:
I'm Your Man - Enrique Iglesias
 
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SIDE, BACK, FORWARD, TRIPLE STEP, SIDE ROCK, REPLACE
1-3Left foot step to left side, rock back on right, replace weight forward onto left foot
4&5Step forward with right foot; lock (step) left foot behind and to right of right foot; step right foot forward
6Rock (step) left foot to left side
7Replace (shift) weight on to right foot
8Step forward onto left foot

STEP, ½ TURN, TRIPLE STEP, KICK STEP, SCUFF, HITCH, STEP, HITCH TOUCH
1Step for ward onto right foot
2Make ½ turn to left
3&4Step forward with right foot; lock (step) left foot behind and to right of right foot; step right foot forward
5Kick left foot forward
&Step left foot into place
6Scuff right foot next to left
&Hitch right knee slightly
7Step right foot slightly back (putting weight on it!)
&Hitch left knee slightly
8Touch left toe forward

HIP BUMPS (RIGHT-LEFT-RIGHT,RIGHT,LEFT-RIGHT-LEFT-RIGHT)
1-4Bump hips right, left, right, right
5-8Bump hips left, right, left, right
Leave weight forward on left when bumping back on the last right

ROCK FORWARD, ROCK BACK, TRIPPLE ½ TURN, PADDLE TURNS, ¼, ¼, ½, ½
1-2Rock forward on right foot, rock back on left foot
3&4Step right foot ¼ turn to the right, slide left to meet with right, step right foot ¼ turn to the right
5&6Touch left toe forward while making a ¼ turn to your right, hitch left knee slightly, touch left toe out to left side while making a ¼ turn to your right
&7&8&Hitch left knee slightly, touch left toe out to left side while making a ½ turn to your right, hitch left knee slightly, touch left toe out to left while making a ½ turn to your right, hitch left knee slightly

REPEAT

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