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It Just Ain't Right

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Count:
32
Wall:
2
Level:
Intermediate
Choreographer:
Zandra Varnham (Scotland) Oct '07
Music:
When You Love Someone Like That (duet with Reba McEntire) by Leann Rimes, Album: Family
Start on vocals

(1-8) ROCK x2 SAILOR CROSS, ROCK x2 SAILOR TURN
1,2 Rock weight onto right foot, Rock weight back onto left foot
3&4 Step right foot behind left, Step left to left side, Step right foot Across left taking the weight.
5,6 Stepping left to left side, rock weight onto left, recover weight onto right.
7&8 Step left behind right, ¼ turn right stepping right forward, step Forward on left

(9-16) STEP ½ TURN PIVOT, SHUFFLE, STEP ¾ TURN PIVOT, CHASSE LEFT
1,2 Step forward on right, ½ pivot turn over left shoulder (weight on left)
3&4 Step right forward, bring left to meet right foot, Step forward On right
5,6 Step forward on left, ¾ pivot turn over right shoulder (weight on right)
7&8 Step left to left side, Step right next to left, Step left to left side.

(17-24) ROCK AND RECOVER x2, STEP FULL TURN PIVOT, STEP, POINT
1&2 Step right behind left, recover weight onto left, step right to right side
3&4 Step left behind right, recover weight onto right, Step left to Left side
5,6 Cross step right behind left, unwind a full turn over left shoulder (weight on right)
7,8 Step left to left side, point right toe to right side

(25-32) CROSS POINT HITCH x2 CROSS STEP, BALL PRESS RECOVER, BACK LOCK
1&2 Cross Step right over left, Point left toe to left side, hitch left knee
3&4& Cross step left over right, point right toe to right side, hitch right knee. Cross right foot over left
5,6 Rock forward on left to left diagonal pushing ball of foot into the floor, recover weight back on right
7&8 Step left foot back, cross step right in front of left, Step left foot back.

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