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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Beginner / Improver
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Lynne Herman (USA) & David Herman (USA) - April 2020
INTRO: 16 counts
TAGS: (T1) End of Wall #2 (8 counts). (T2) End of Wall #6 (2 counts)
 
S1: CROSS POINT X2, CROSS ROCK/RECOVER, SIDE ROCK/RECOVER
12Cross RF in front of LF (1); point LF to left side (2)
34Cross LF in front of RF (3); point RF to right side (4)
56Rock RF across in front of LF (5); recover weight to LF (6)
78Rock RF to right side (7); recover weight to LF (8)

S2: SAILOR, SAILOR ¼ LEFT, TRIPLE FORWARD, ½ PIVOT RIGHT
1&2Sweep RF behind LF (1); step LF to left side (&); step RF to right side (2)
3&4Sweep LF behind RF making ¼ turn left (3); step RF to right side (&); step LF to left side (4) (9:00)
5&6Step RF forward (5); close LF beside RF (&); step RF forward (6)
78Step LF forward (7); pivot ½ turn right, step RF forward (8) (3:00)

S3: TRIPLE FORWARD, KICK BALL STEP, DIAGONAL STEP/TOUCH X2
1&2Step LF forward (1); close RF beside LF (&); step LF forward (2)
3&4Kick RF forward (3); recover and transfer weight to RF beside LF (&); step forward LF (4)
56Step RF to right diagonal (5); touch LF beside RF (6)
78Step LF to left diagonal (7); touch RF beside LF (8)
ALTERNATE STEP: If you like turns, try a slow 2-count full turn left on counts 3-4

S4: CHASSE RIGHT, CHASSE LEFT ¼ TURN LEFT, CHASSE RIGHT ¼ TURN LEFT, BACK COASTER
1&2Step RF to right side (1); step LF beside RF (&); step RF to right side (2)
3&4Making a ¼ turn left, step LF to left side (3); step RF beside LF (&); step LF to left side (4) (12:00)
5&6Making a ¼ turn left, step RF to right side (5); step LF beside RF (&); step RF to right side (6) (9:00)
7&8Step LF back (7); step RF back beside LF (&); Step LF forward (8)

TAG #1: End of Wall #2, add 8 extra counts
T1: CROSS ROCK/RECOVER, CHASSE RIGHT, CROSS ROCK/RECOVER, CHASSE LEFT
12Rock RF across in front of LF (1); recover weight to LF (2)
3&4Step RF to right side (3); step LF beside RF (&); step RF to right side (4)
56Rock LF across in front of RF (1); recover weight to RF (2)
7&8Step LF to right side (3); step RF beside LF (&); step LF to right side (4)

TAG #2: End of Wall #6, add 2 extra counts
T2: SIDE ROCK/RECOVER
12Rock RF to right side (1); recover weight to LF (2)

ENDING: Ends naturally on the front Wall, at count 5 of Section 1

CONTACT: Lynne & David Herman
linedance4life@gmail.com
http://www.linedance4life.com

Last Update - 8 April 2020-R2

4 Comments

Tom @ CRRC April 7, 2020
The dance is better than the song.

Line Dance 4 Life November 6, 2020
Thank you, Tom ... I think!

Tom @ CRRC November 6, 2020
A good song can redeem a so-so dance, but it doesn't work the other way around. A good dance is lost on a song that is not dance music and that nobody wants to get up and dance to. Choreographers ought to know what all dancers already know.

SteppingEasy January 8, 2021
Beautiful song graceful dance

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