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Blurred Lines

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Count:
36
Wall:
4
Level:
Beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Chicago Freddie Edmonds - July 2017
Music:
Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke
 
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Intro: 32 counts.

4 SAILOR STEPS (R,L,R,L)
1&2Cross right behind left, step left to left side, step right back to center
3&4Cross left behind right, step right to right side, step left back to center
5&6Cross right behind left, step left to left side, step right back to center
7&8Cross left behind right, step right to right side, step left back to center

HEEL TAPS (R-L-R), CLAP, HIP BUMPS (2X FWD, 2X BACK,)
1&2&3, 4Tap right heel forward, step right foot next to left foot, tap left heel forward, left foot by right foot, tap right heel forward, clap (optional)
5-8Bump hips forward on right two times, bump hips back on left two times

BUMP HIPS FWD/BACK, FWD/BACK, R SHUFFLE, STEP ½ TURN R,
1-4Bump hips forward on right, back on left, forward on right, back on left
5&6Step right slightly forward, slide left foot to instep of right foot, step slightly forward on right (shuffle right)
7, 8Step forward on left, push off to turn ½ turn right (weight falls onto right)

L SHUFFLE, STEP 1/2 TURN L, ¼ TURN L, R GRAPEVINE, L GRAPEVINE
1&2Step left slightly forward, slide right foot to instep of left foot, step slightly forward on left (shuffle left)
3, 4Step forward on right, push off to turn 1/2 turn left (weight fall onto left)
5-8¼ Turn Left as you Step right to right side, step left behind right, step right to right side, tap left next to right (right grapevine)
1-4Step left to left side, step right behind left, step left to left side, tap right next to left

REPEAT

1 Comments

LineDance4You June 23, 2021
This is a great dance except that it has 4 counts too many. With 8 hip bumps, you can omit 4 of them to bring the dance on pace with the music and it works great!

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