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Perhaps Love

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Lynne Herman (USA) & David Herman (USA) - March 2018
Music:
"Perhaps Love" - John Denver feat. Placido Domingo ("Perhaps Love" Album, 1983) (2:57)
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INTRO: 18-count introduction, dance starts on the word LOVE.
TAGS: Two Tags, occurring at the end of Walls #3 (facing 9:00) and #5 (facing 3:00)
RESTARTS: None
ROTATION: Dance rotates clockwise

S1: RIGHT LEAD CIRCULAR WEAVE WITH SWEEPS, RIGHT CROSS INTO CHASSE LEFT INTO NIGHTCLUB LEFT
12&Step RF forward, while sweeping LF in front of RF (1); cross LF over RF (2); step RF to right side (&)
3 4&Step LF back, sweeping RF behind LF (3); step RF behind LF (4); step LF to left side (&)
5 6&Cross RF in front of LF (5); step LF to left side (6); step RF beside LF (&)
7 8&Long LF step to left side (7); rock RF behind LF (8); recover weight to LF in front of RF (&)

S2: 1/4 TURN RIGHT, FULL TURN RIGHT INTO LEFT STEP-LOCK-STEP, RUMBA BOX WITH FINISH 1/8 LEFT
1Step RF to the right while making ¼ right turn (3:00), allowing left shoulder to lag behind as prep for full right turn (1)
2Make ½ turn right on ball of RF, stepping back onto LF (2) (9:00)
&Make ½ right turn on ball of LF, stepping forward on RF (&) (3:00)
3&4Step LF forward (3); step RF behind LF (&); step LF forward (4)
5&6Step RF to right side (5); step LF beside RF (&); step RF back (6)
7&8Step LF to left side (7); step RF beside LF (&); step LF to left side, turning 1/8 left to the diagonal (1:30)
NOTE: Dancers uncomfortable with fast full turns can use RUN-RUN-STEP-LOCK-STEP in place of counts 2&3&4

S3: CHASE HALF TURN LEFT, FULL TURN RIGHT, MAMBO, LEFT SWEEP INTO SAILOR 3/8 LEFT TURN
1&2Working to the corners, step RF forward (1); pivot ½ turn left, stepping LF forward (&); step RF forward, rotate left shoulder slightly left to prep for following right turn (2) (7:30)
3&4Step LF back making 1/2 turn right (3); continue another ½ turn right, stepping RF forward (&); step LF forward (4)
5&6Still on the diagonal, rock RF forward (5); recover weight to LF (&); step RF back, sweeping LF front to back (6)
7&8Step LF behind RF (7); step RF to right side, turning 3/8 left and squaring up to wall (&); step LF forward (8) (3:00)
NOTE: Dancers uncomfortable with fast full turns can use RUN-RUN in place of counts 3&

S4: RIGHT LEAD CONTINUOUS STEP-LOCK, SMALL LEFT HITCH INTO LEFT WEAVE, LEFT NIGHTCLUB
1&2&Step RF forward (1); step LF behind RF (&); step RF forward (2); step LF forward (&);
3&4&Step RF behind LF (3); step LF forward (&); step RF to right side (4); slide LF toward RF, making a gentle LF hitch (&)
5&6&Step LF to left side (5); step RF behind LF (&); step LF to left side (6); cross RF in front of LF (&)
7 8&Take a long LF step to left side (7); rock back on RF(8); recover weight to LF (&)

TAGS: At the end of Walls #3 (facing 9:00) and #5 (facing 3:00), add two slow counts:
1 2Sway right (1); sway left (2)

END OF DANCE: Dance would naturally end on the back wall on Count 3, Section 1. To finish on the front wall,
substitute the following for counts 1 through 3, Section 1, making a final 1/4-1/4 turn left to the front wall:
1 2&Step RF forward, while sweeping LF in front of RF (1); cross LF over RF (2); ¼ turn left while stepping back on RF (&)
3¼ turn left while stepping forward toward 12:00 with LF (3)
We hope you enjoy this beautiful music and dance!

CONTACT: Lynne and David Herman, linedance4life@gmail.com

Last Update – 22nd March 2018

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6 Comments

Wiggles March 16, 2018
Lovely dance where you can get lost in the music. Well done..Anne Herd Australia

Sarge March 17, 2018
Thank you, Wiggles! That was our intent...

Sassy Stepper March 19, 2018
Really lovely dance and a must-do for me. Both a John Denver and Placido Domingo fan and together with a line dance......awesome. Thank you!

Sarge March 19, 2018
And thank YOU, Sassy! It was Lynne's love of both artists that led to this dance. Then, when we were done, we realized we had choreographed our love for each other, too. Didn't see that coming ...

Tumbleweeds March 23, 2018
A wonderful, smoothe, romantic and well thought out dance. Can't wait to teach in lass. CONGRATS

Sarge March 23, 2018
Thank you for the kind words, Tumbleweeds! Once you teach it, upload a video. Nothing better than seeing our dance on the floor!

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