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Mama Knows Best

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Bill Bader (CAN)
Music:
Mama Knew Best - The Borderers
 
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Intro: 32 counts (Do NOT start at the Ooh-ooh's)

2 CHARLESTONS (KICK FORWARD, STEP BACK, TOE BACK, STEP FORWARD)
1-2Kick right forward, step right back
3-4Touch left toe back, step left forward
5-6Kick right forward, step right back
7-8Touch left toe back, step left forward
Styling: put some bounce into these moves
Option: the original "Charleston" dance also has swiveling action of the weighted foot

RIGHT SIDE, TOGETHER, SIDE-TOGETHER-SIDE, LEFT SIDE, TOGETHER, SIDE-TOGETHER-SIDE-STOMP
1-2Step right to right side, step left beside right
3&4Step right to right side, step left beside right, step right to right side
5-6Step left to left side, step right beside left
7&8Step left to left side, step right beside left, step left to left side
&Stomp right heel down beside left
Keep right heel on the floor, do not bounce it

"FOOT BOOGIE": TOE FANS SINGLE RIGHT, SINGLE LEFT, DOUBLE RIGHT, SINGLE LEFT, SINGLE RIGHT, DOUBLE LEFT
1&Fan right toe out-in
2&Fan left toe out-in
3&4&Fan right toe out-in-out-in
5&Fan left toe out-in
6&Fan right toe out-in
7&8&Fan left toe out-in-out-in

FORWARD, ROCK, BACK, ROCK, FORWARD, HITCH, FORWARD, HITCH, FORWARD, HITCH, FORWARD, HITCH TURN ¼
1-2Step right forward, rock back on left
3-4Step right back, rock forward on left
5&Step right forward, raise left knee up in front of right knee
6&Step left forward, raise right knee up in front of left knee
7&Step right forward, raise left knee up in front of right knee
8&Step left forward, raise right knee up in front of left knee turning ¼ left
The final move has the right foot raised off the floor; the right foot will remain off the floor as you begin again with a kick

REPEAT

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