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My Next Broken Heart

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
beginner/intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Bill Larson (AUS)
Music:
My Next Broken Heart - Brooks & Dunn
 
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VINE RIGHT SCUFF, ROCKING CHAIR
1-2Step right to side, step left behind right
3-4Step right to side, scuff left beside right
5-6Step left forward, recover weight back onto right
7-8Step left back, recover weight forward onto right

VINE LEFT ¼ TURN, PADDLE TURN PADDLE TURN
1-2Step left to side, step right behind left
3-4Step left to side with ¼ turn left, scuff right beside left
5-6Step right forward, turning ¼ left rock weight onto left
7-8Step right forward, turning ¼ left rock weight onto left

CROSS ROCK SHUFFLE RIGHT, CROSS ROCK SHUFFLE LEFT
1-2Cross right over left, recover weight onto left
3&4Shuffle to right side: stepping right left right
5-6Cross left over right, recover weight onto right
7&8Shuffle to left side: stepping left right left

ROCKING CHAIR, JAZZ BOX
1-2Step right forward, recover weight onto left
3-4Step right back, recover weight forward onto left
5-6Cross right over left, step back onto left
7-8Step right to side, step left beside right

REPEAT
Optional styling: there are certain places in the song at the end of the sequence where the music is pronounced which happens mainly on the back wall. Replace the last four counts of section 4 with the following steps completing a full turn left

&1&2Step right forward, turning ¼ turn left replace weight onto left, step right forward, turning ¼ turn left replace weight onto left
&3&4Step right forward, turning ¼ turn left replace weight onto left, step right forward, turning ¼ turn left replace weight onto left
Do these four counts with arms outstretched like an aeroplane, then restart dance

SUGGESTED FINISH
Finish dance with same four counts as above completing only a ¾ turn left

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