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Gal Lupin (Gallopin')

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Count:
36
Wall:
4
Level:
intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Barry W. Muniz
Music:
She's A Good Ole Girl - Eddie Montgomery/Troy Lee Gentry
 
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LEFT SHUFFLE; ROCK STEP; RIGHT SHUFFLE; ROCK STEP
1&2Step left on left foot; step right together; step left on left foot
3-4Cross-step right behind left; rock-step forward onto left in place
5&6Step right on right foot; step left together; step right on right foot
7-8Cross-step left behind right; rock-step forward onto right in place.

STEP PIVOT; SHUFFLE TURN; ROCK STEP; CROSS PIVOT
9-10Step left foot forward; pivot ½ turn to the right stepping right in place
11&12Step left on left foot; step right together; step left on left foot
13-14Rock-step back on right foot; rock-step forward onto left in place
15-16Cross-step left over right; pivot 2/2 turn to the left

TWO JAZZ BOXES
17-18Cross-step right over left; step back onto left in place
19-20Step slightly right on right foot; step left beside right
21-22Cross-step right over left; step back onto left in place
23-24Step slightly right on right foot; step left beside right; .

GAL LUPIN' (GALLOPIN')
&Step right slightly out to right
25-26Step left slightly out to left; hold
&Step right slightly out to right
27-28Step left slightly out to left; hold
&Step right foot in place
29&30Step left foot in place; step right foot in place; step left foot in place
&Step right foot in place
31&32Step left foot in place; step right foot in place; step left foot in place.
While executing the galloping movement, place both hands close together and slightly forward, like holding the reins of a horse.

STEP, HITCH; STEP, HITCH
33-34Step left slightly forward; hitch (lift) right knee
35-36Step right slightly forward; hitch (lift) left knee.
While executing these movements, keep both hands close together and slightly forward, like holding the reins of a horse. On each step, bring both shoulders back.)

REPEAT

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