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Do What I Do

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Count:
112
Wall:
2
Level:
Intermediate / Advanced
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Scott Blevins (USA) & Fred Whitehouse (IRE) - November 2019
Music:
"Do What I Do" by: Lady Bri, Album: "Makin' a Move"
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#16 count intro after she says “let me introduce…ME”
Sequence: Intro – entire dance – entire dance – entire dance omitting counts 33-48 - repeat 97-112

[1–9] STEP, HOOK, ¾ UNWIND, TRIPLE FWD, ROCK, RECOVER w/SWEEP, ¼ SAILOR
&1,2,3(&) Step R fwd; 1) Hook L behind R; 2-3) Unwind ¾ left transferring weight to L [3:00]
4&5,6,7 4&5) Triple R-L-R fwd; 6) Rock L fwd; 7) Recover to R sweeping L back
8&18) Turn ¼ left stepping ball of L behind R; &) Step ball of R to right; 1) Step L to left pushing hips left [12:00]

[10-16] HIP, HIP, CROSS AND COLLECT, DIP, ¼ BACK, ½ FWD
2,3,4&52) Push hips right; 3) Push hips left; 4) Step R across L; &) Step ball of L back toward 7:30; 5) Step ball of R beside L [1:30]
6,7,86) Step L across R bending L knee and square up to 12:00; 7) Turn ¼ left stepping R back; 8) Turn ½ left stepping L fwd [3:00]

[17-24] ½ BACK, HOOK, FWD, FWD, ¼ OUT OUT, HEELS RIGHT, HEELS LEFT, HEELS RIGHT
1,2,3,41) Turn ½ left stepping R back; 2) Hook L across R shin; 3) Step L fwd; 4) Step R fwd but slightly across L [9:00]
&5(&) Turn ¼ right stepping L back and left; 5) Step R to right ending with weight on both feet and heels turned slightly left [12:00]
6,7,86) Twist heels right; 7) Twist heels left; 8) Twist heels right (facing 12:00 but heels are turned slightly right w/hips open to 10:00)

[25-32] DIP w/PUSH, FLICK, STEP, ½ PIVOT, ¼ POINT, HOLD, SWITCH AND SWITCH
&1&2(&) Push hips slightly fwd toward 10:00 bending knees; 1) Dip hips down pushing derrière back over R heel; &) Raise up straightening both knees rotating body left to face 9:00; 2) Flick R foot back and up (&1&2 is a smooth continuous round movement) [9:00]
3,4,5,63) Step R fwd; 4) Turn ½ left taking weight on L; 5) Turn ¼ left pointing R to right; 6) Hold [12:00]
&7&8(&) Step ball of R beside L; 7) Point L to left; &) Step ball of L beside R; 8) Point R to right [12:00]

[33-40] FWD 2X, BACK 2X, BRUSH 2X, FWD 2X, BACK 2X, BRUSH 2X (NOTE: Omit this section on 3rd rotation,)
&1&2(&) Step R fwd; 1) Step L parallel to R but apart; &) Step R back; 2) Step L parallel to R but apart with weight on both feet
3-4(3-4) Rotate body left from waist up looking over L shoulder and brush L shoulder 2X with R fingers
&5-8Repeat &1&2,3,4 but look R and brush R shoulder with L fingers

[41-48] CONTINUOUS SAILORS, BEHIND OUT OUT, HOLD, BODY ROLL (NOTE: Omit this section on 3rd rotation,)
1&21) Step ball of R behind L; &) Step ball of L to left; 2) Step R to right
&3&(&) Step ball of L behind R; 3) Step ball of R to right; &) Step L to left
4&5,64) Step ball of R behind L; &) Step L fwd and left; 5) Step R fwd and out to right (weight on both feet) bringing hands up to shoulders with palms facing fwd; 6) Hold
7-8(7-8) Body roll down from chest into a slight sit.

[49-56] CROSS, SWEEP, CROSS, ¼ BACK, ¼ ROCK, TORQUE, ¼ RECOVER, ½ BACK
1,2,3,41) Step R across L; 2) Sweep L fwd; 3) Step L across R; 4) Turn ¼ left stepping R back [9:00]
5-65) Turn ¼ left rocking L to left; 6) Torque body left from waist up while bringing R hand across chest level w/palm facing fwd [6:00]
7-87) Turn ¼ right recovering to R; 8) Turn ½ right stepping L back [3:00]

[57-64] ¼ FWD, SWEEP, CROSS, ¼ BACK, BACK, DRAG, ¼ BALL CROSS AND CROSS
1,2,3,41) Turn ¼ right stepping R fwd; 2) Sweep L fwd; 3) Step L across R; 4) Turn ¼ left stepping R back [3:00]
5-65) Step L back; 6) Drag R back toward L
&7&8(&) Step ball of R beside L; 7) Turn ¼ left stepping L across R; &) Step ball of R to right; 8) Step L across R [12:00]

[65-72] BUMP, STEP, BUMP, STEP, ¼ BUMP, STEP, ¼ BUMP, STEP
1,2,3,41) Touch R to right w/hip bump; 2) Step R beside L; 3) Touch L to left w/hip bump; 4) Step L beside R
5,6,7,85) Turn ¼ left touching R to right w/hip bump; 6) Step R beside L; 7) Turn ¼ left touching L fwd w/hip bump; 8) Step L fwd [6:00]

[73-80] FWD, ½ BACK, COASTER, ¼ BIG SIDE, DRAG, ¼ FWD, ½ PIVOT
1,2,3&41) Step R fwd; 2) Turn ½ right stepping L back; 3) Step R back; &) Step L beside R; 4) Step R fwd [12:00]
5,6,7,85) Turn ¼ right stepping L big to left; 6) Drag R to L; 7) Turn ¼ left stepping R fwd; 8) Turn ½ left taking weight on L [6:00]

[81-88] BUMP AND BUMP, TAP, TAP, FLICK, BUMP AND BUMP, TAP, TAP, FLICK
1&2,3&41) Step R to right bumping hips right; &) Return hips to center; 2) Bump hips right; 3) Tap L behind R; &) Tap L to left; 4) Flick L behind R calf
5-8(5&6-7&8) Repeat 1- 4 to left.

[89-96] OUT OUT, HOLD, SHOULDER, SHOULDER, STEP, ½ PIVOT, WALK, WALK
&1,2,3,4(&) Step R fwd out to right; 1) Step L fwd out to left; 2) Hold; 3) Roll L shoulder back; 4) Roll R shoulder back
5,6,7,85) Step R fwd; 6) Turn ½ left taking weight on L; 7-8) Walk fwd R-L [12:00]

[97-112] Repeat 81-96

Copyright © 2019 Scott Blevins (scottblevins@me.com) All rights reserved

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4 Comments

Squidgy December 14, 2019
Brilliant choreography, guys. :-D and cool demo. ;-) ... Can't see it looking that good with us lot doing it though. :-D xx

Tom @ CRRC December 14, 2019
How did copperknob go from dancers that meet in church basements, YMCAs, and recreation centers sharing dances among themselves to professional dancers prancing through routines that might work on a stage before an audience but nowhere else?

Pismo December 15, 2019
Good choreography is music-driven, and this is a perfect example of talented choreographers writing steps that fit what dancers are hearing. I live in and teach in an over-55 community where many students and most instructors are 70 or older. Another instructor and I were just discussing this dance, and decided it's definitely do-able in our classes. Some instructors and students here go to events where this dance will be taught and done every evening. We are keeping our brains active by learning new dances that challenge us. Some of US have left the basements and moved to the stage.

Sandkruser January 7, 2020
67 years old, love this dance!!! Our over 67 years old intermediate class is having a blast with this one!

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