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Fair Play (Walker)

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Count:
40
Wall:
2
Level:
beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Wartan Jemian & Deloris Reynolds
Music:
The Rest Is History - LeAnn Rimes
 
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TAP, VINE AND 8 COUNT ROCK TO RIGHT
1-2-3-4Left foot: tap, tap, tap, step
5-6-7-8Sway vine right (steps to right with right, left, right, left touch)
1Rock right foot forward
2Rock back on left in place
3Rock right foot back
4Rock back on left in place
5Rock right foot forward
6Rock back on left in place
7Rock right foot back
8Rock back on left in place

TAP, VINE AND 8 COUNT ROCK TO LEFT
1-2-3-4Right foot: tap, tap, tap, step
5-6-7-8Sway vine left (steps to left with left, right, left, right touch)
1Rock left foot forward
2Rock back on right in place
3Rock left foot back
4Rock back on right in place
5Rock left foot forward
6Rock back on right in place
7Rock left foot back
8Rock back on right in place

TURNABOUT
1Step forward with the left foot turned 1/8 to right (pigeon toed).
2Step right foot beside left, gliding it into place. The body is rotated but not redirected.
3Step forward (the same forward direction as in 1) with left foot, turned 1/8 to the right
4Step right foot beside left, gliding it into place. The body is rotated but not redirected
 
5Step backward (the same forward direction as in 1) with the left foot turned 1/8 to right (pigeon toed).
6Step right foot beside left, gliding it into place. The body is rotated but not redirected.
7Step backward (the same forward direction as in 1) with left foot, turned 1/8 to the right.
8Step right foot beside left, gliding it into place. The body is rotated but not redirected

REPEAT
Fair Play can be danced by persons who feel they must use walkers. The tempo and movements are planned to allow easy manipulation of a walker, with or without wheels. Experience indicates that most dancers find the ability to dance without their walkers once they become accustomed to the steps

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