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Here For The Beer (aka The Easy Way)

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Count:
32
Wall:
2
Level:
Advanced Beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Tony Wilson & Lana Wilson, Tucson AZ, USA
Music:
Pretty Good At Drinkin' Beer, Billy Currington, (109 bpm), CD: Enjoy Yourself
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Alt. Music: There’s Just Gotta Be A Way, Curtis Grambo, (120 bpm)

HEEL, CROSS TOE, HEEL, CLOSE, FWD ROCK, RECOVER, BACK SHUFFLE
1,2Touch R heel forward, cross R toe over L foot
3,4Touch R heel forward, step R next to L
5,6Rock forward onto L, recover back on R
7&8Shuffle back LRL

BACK, HOLD, SHUFFLE FWD, JAZZ BOX 1/4 TURN, BRUSH FWD
9,10Back R, hold*
11&12Shuffle forward LRL
13,14Cross R over L, step back on L
15,16Turning ¼ right step R to right, brush L forward
*Option: On 9-10, lean back slightly with hands out to side, palms forward.

STEP FWD, HEEL, STEP BACK, TOUCH, SIDE, TOUCH, SIDE, TOUCH
17,18Step forward on L, touch R heel forward (Option: Kick R forward)
19,20Step back on R, touch L next to R
21,22Step L to left, touch R next to L
23,24Step R to right, touch L next to R

SIDE SHUFFLE, ¼ TURN BACK ROCK, RECOVER, WALK FWD
25&26Shuffle LRL to left side
27,28Turning ¼ right on L rock back on R, recover forward on L
29,32Walk forward R, L, R, L

Begin Again

Tag, Currington track, end of 1st pattern facing 6:00, 6th pattern facing 12:00:
HEEL, CLOSE, HEEL, CLOSE
1-2Touch R heel forward, step R beside L
3-4Touch L heel forward, step L beside R

Ending, Currington track:
Music will fade out at about count 28 on the 9th pattern. Dance 1-24 and then:
25&26Turn 1/4 left shuffling LRL
27-28Step R forward, step L beside R

Contact: ukwtony@dakotacom.net, keedance@juno.com, www.tucsondancer.com

(3.236.108.61)(2020/07/04 06:01:08)

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