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On Top Of The World

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Absolute Beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Simon Ward (AUS) - July 2019
Music:
Sitting On Top Of The World, By Delta Goodrem. Album: Sitting On Top Of The World "Single" - 3.58secs
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Notes: Intro 16 counts, 8 count tag at the end of Wall 9,

Choreographed for The Jamberoo Music Festival New Beginner Workshop

[1-8] Vine right, Touch L beside R, Vine left, Touch R beside L
1-4Step right to right side, Step left behind right, Step right to right side, Touch left beside right 12.00
5-8Step left to left side, Step right behind left, Step left to left side, Touch right beside left 12.00

[9-16] Right rocking chair, R fwd, Pivot ½ turn L x 2
1-4Rock/step right forward, Recover weight onto left, Rock/step right back, Recover weight on left 12.00
5-8Step right forward, Pivot ½ turn left taking weight onto left 6.00, Step right forward, Pivot ½ turn left taking weight onto left 12.00

[17-24] Walk forward R,L,R, Kick left forward, Walk back L,R,L, Touch R beside L
1-4Walk forward right, left, right, Kick left forward 12.00
5-8Walk back left, right, left, Touch right beside left 12.00

[25-32] Step R, Touch L, Step L, Touch, Repeat making a ¼ turn L
1-4Step right to right side, Touch left beside right, Step left to left side turning 1/8 turn left, Touch right beside left 10.30
5-8Step right to right side turning 1/8 turn left, Touch left beside right 9.00, Step left to left, Touch right beside left 9.00
(Optional – wave hands slowly in the air right to left on these 8 counts)

RESTART

Tag: At the end of Wall 9 facing 9.00 do the following:
1-8Step right to right side slowly raising both hands by your side palms facing forward while tapping
both heels on the spot for 8 counts

Ending: Make a ¾ turn left on last 8 counts to front wall

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2 Comments

Ronb September 24, 2019
Love the dance - BUT teaching to my beginners - this is NOT an A/B dance - tried on 2 new A/B classes - only 1 or 2 could (nearly do it)do it - most dancers in 60s - and at that age cannot do turns that quick as new dancers (need 5 or 6 weeks) - probably could be okay for teenagers or early 20s A/B dancers, but none around in U.K. - my beginners like it though !!!


Sandue February 23, 2020
I agree and you could do 2 Rocking Chairs in place of the Rocking Chair and the 2 half turns. This is an not an AB dance. My dances (and me) are older. Looks like it will go to a lot of music.

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