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LEAD ME NOT

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Count:
48
Wall:
2
Level:
Intermediate/Advanced level
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Michael Barr (USA) - June 2007
Music:
Lead Me Not - Lari White : (CD: Lead Me Not)
 
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24 count lead 
1-6 TWINKLE RIGHT ? TWINKLE 1/2 TURN RIGHT 
1 - 2 - 3 Step L forward on the right diagonal; Step R next to left; Step L in place facing the left diagonal 
4 - 5 - 6 Step R forward on the left diagonal; Turn ¼ right stepping back on L; Turn ¼ right stepping R side right 
 
7-12 TWINKLE RIGHT ? TWINKLE 3/4 TURN RIGHT 
1 - 2 - 3 Step L forward on the right diagonal; Step R next to left; Step L in place facing the left diagonal 
4 - 5 - 6 Step R forward on the left diagonal; Turn ¼ right stepping back on L; Turn ½ right stepping R forward (3 o?clock) 
 
13-18 PRESS FORWARD-RETURN-STEP BACK ? CROSS FRONT-STEP BACK-1/2 RIGHT 
1 - 2 - 3 Press ball of L forward into floor; Return weight to R in place; Step L back on left diagonal 
4 - 5 - 6 Step R back crossing over left on the left diagonal; Step L back; Turn ½ right stepping forward on R (9 o?clock) 
 
19-24 1/4 TURN RIGHT-TOGETHER-CROSS FRONT ? * SYNCOPATED SIDE & CROSS X 3 
1 - 2 - 3 Turn ¼ right stepping onto ball of L side left; Step ball of R next to left; Step L in front of right 
* &4&5 Step R side right; Step L behind right; Step R side right; Step L in front of right 
&6 Step R side right; Step L behind right (12 o?clock)  
(On the 4th rotation you will have a RESTART on the 6 o?clock wall) 
 
25-30 (&) 1/4 RIGHT ? STEP FORWARD-1/2 TURN RIGHT-CHANGE WEIGHT TO RIGHT ? 3 STEP FULL TURN LEFT 
& 1-2-3 (&) Turn ¼ right stepping forward on R; Step L forward; Turn ½ right on balls of both feet; Change weight to right 
4 - 5 - 6 Step L forward (prep); Turn ½ left stepping back on R; Turn ½ left stepping forward on L (9 o?clock) 
 
31-36 STEP-FULL TURN (2 cts.) & STEP ? STEP FORWARD-STEP FORWARD-1 /4 PIVOT LEFT 
1-2-3-& Step R forward; Start full right on ball of L; Finish turn with weight still on L; (&) Step forward onto R 
4 - 5- 6 Step L forward; Step forward onto ball of R; Pivot ¼ turn left on ball of right taking weight to left foot (6 o?clock) 
Easier option for 1-2-3: Step R forward; Turn ½ right stepping back on L; Turn ½ right stepping forward on R (no & ct.) 
 
37-42 TWINKLE LEFT ? TWINKLE RIGHT 
1 - 2 - 3 Step R forward on left diagonal; Step L next to right; Step R in place facing right diagonal 
4 - 5 - 6 Step L forward on right diagonal; Step R next to left; Step L in place facing left diagonal (6 o?clock) 
 
43-48 TWINKLE 3/4 TURN RIGHT ? SYNCOPATED TURNS (paddle turn) 
1 - 2 - 3 Step R forward on left diagonal; Turn ¼ right stepping back on L; Turn ½ right stepping forward onto the R 
&4 (&) Step onto ball of L slightly forward (3 o?clock); Turn ½ right stepping R in place 
&5 (&) Step onto ball of L slightly forward; Turn ½ right stepping R in place 
&6 (&) Step onto ball of L slightly forward; Turn ¼ right stepping R in place (6 o?clock) 
Let?s Dance it again! 
 
RESTART: 4th wall. Finish the 3 syncopated crosses in section 19-24, and then restart the dance with - & 1 - on the back wall. 
& 1 (&) Step R next to left (facing 6 o?clock)
 
* Note: Those syncopated steps (&4,&5,&6) in Section 19-24 can be changed to a 1 ¼ rolling vine (full turn only for the restart wall). Especially the first two walls. This would slow the dance into classic waltz steps. Choose what is good for you. 
Note: There is not enough room to write some of the subtleties ? breaks & endings ? so please contact me for those notes. 
Note of appreciation: Back in the late 90?s Terry Hogan choreographed Sweet Temptations to this song and I have always been taken by it (his dance and the song). It was time to listen to the song again and see what new steps came of it. There is a lot of Hogan influence in the dance. He still is and will always be one of the best. 
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