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Count:
44
Wall:
4
Level:
intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Joe White
Music:
Rodeo Man - Ronna Reeves
 
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STOMPS AND HOLDS; STEP-SWIVELS
1-2Stomp right foot forward; hold ( weight on right)
3-4Stomp left foot forward; hold (weight on left)
5&Step right foot forward; swivel right heel to the right with left heel slightly lifted
6&Step left foot forward; swivel left heel to the left with right heel slightly lifted
7&Step right foot forward; swivel right heel to the right with left heel slightly lifted
8&Step left foot forward; swivel left heel to the left with right heel slightly lifted.

HEEL TAPS, SHUFFLES IN PLACE
9-10Tap right heel forward; hold
11&12Shuffle in place stepping right, left, stomp right
13-14Tap left heel forward; hold
15&16Shuffle in place stepping left, right, stomp left.

SHUFFLES & PIVOTS
17&18Step right foot forward; step left together; step right foot forward
19-20Step left foot forward; pivot ½ turn right keeping weight on left foot
21&22Step left foot forward; step right together; step left foot forward
23-24Step right foot forward; pivot ½ turn left keeping weight on right foot.

REVERSE VINE RIGHT
25-26Cross-step right foot over left; hold
27-28Step left foot to left side; hold
29-30Cross-step right foot over left; step left foot to left side
31-32Cross-step right foot over left; touch left toe to left side.

REVERSE VINE LEFT
33-34Cross-step left foot over right; hold
35-36Step right foot to right side; hold
37-38Cross-step left foot over right; step right foot to right side
39-40Cross-step right over left; touch right toe to right side.

SCUFFS & TURN
41-42Scuff right foot forward; scuff right foot back making ¼ turn left
43-44Stomp right foot (weight on right); stomp left foot (weight on left).

REPEAT

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