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Rolling In The Deep

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Count:
32
Wall:
2
Level:
Beginner / Intermediate WCS
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Marie-Aimé Le Barillec (FR) - May 2011
Music:
Rolling in the Deep - Adele
 
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Intro: 8 counts or start dancing on lyrics

FORWARD SHUFFLE, FORWARD SHUFFLE, OUT, OUT, IN, IN
1&2Chassé forward right, left, right in diagonal right
3&4Chassé forward left, right, left in diagonal left
5-6Step right diagonal forward right, step left diagonal forward left
7-8Step right back, step left together

RIGHT ROCKING CHAIR FORWARD AND BACK, STEP ¼ TURN, STEP ¼ TURN
1-2Rock right forward, recover to left
3-4Rock right back, recover to left
5-6Step right forward, turn ¼ left (weight to left) (9:00)
7-8Step right forward, turn ¼ left (weight to left, 6:00)

TOE STRUT & BUMP FORWARD, TOE STRUT & BUMP FORWARD, SAILOR STEP, BEHIND SIDE CROSS
1-2Touch right toe forward bumping hip forward, put right heel (weight to right)
3-4Touch left toe forward bumping hip forward, put left heel (weight to left)
5&6Cross right behind left, step left together, step right to side
7-8Cross left behind right, step right to side, cross left over right

SIDE ROCK STEP, BEHIND SIDE CROSS, ROCK STEP FORWARD, COASTER STEP BACK
1-2Rock right to side, recover to left
3&4Cross right behind left, step left to side, cross right over left (weight to right)
5-6Rock left forward, recover to right
7&8Step left back, step right together, step left forward (weight to left)
Option for counts 7&8 above: make triple full turn left stepping left, right, left (weight to left, 6:00)

REPEAT

ENDING: After the 12th wall, facing 12:00: touch right toe forward, bumping hip forward, (weight to left)

2 Comments

Yada October 15, 2011
This is a great alternative dance for this music. A better fit for teaching an hour long class. The first part is quick to get, the last 16 are packed but once you know them, they fit so nicely together. Even my beginner class caught on to this fairly quickly and loved it-so it will be a keeper for sure.

Yada October 15, 2011
This is a great alternative dance for this music. A better fit for teaching an hour long class. The first part is quick to get, the last 16 are packed but once you know them, they fit so nicely together. Even my beginner class caught on to this fairly quickly and loved it-so it will be a keeper for sure.

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