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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Intermediate ‘rolling 8’ line dance
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Rachael McEnaney (USA) - October 2017
Music:
You Should Be Loved (feat. The Shadowboxers) - Hunter Hayes : (iTunes)
 
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Count In: 8 counts from start of track, dance begins on vocals. Approx 120 bpm
Notes: Tag – end of 2nd wall there is an 8 count tag, you will be facing 6.00.
Rolling 8: The dance has been choreographed using what is known as “rolling count” as in &a 1&a, 2&a, 3&a, 4&a etc.
Once you have the rhythm you may want to just count with regular “&” counts however I have broken it down on the step sheet in timing with the music using ‘a’ instead of ‘&’.

[1 – 8] R fwd, ½ turn L shuffle, ½ turn R shuffle, L fwd, R fwd, L side ball rock, recover making 1/8 turn R
1 2 a 3Step forward R (1), make ½ turn left stepping forward L (2), step R next to L (a), step forward L (3) 6.00
4 a 5 6Make ½ turn right stepping forward R (4), step L next to R (a), step forward R (5), step forward L (6) 12.00
7 a 8Step forward R (7), rock ball of L to left side (a), recover weight R as you make 1/8 turn right (8) 1.30

[9 – 16] (1/2 diamond) L forward, ¼ turn L stepping side R, L close, R back, 1/8 turn L stepping side L, 1/8 turn L closing R, 1/8 turn L cross, R side, L heel, L side, R touch, R side, L touch
1 a 2Step L forward (1), make ¼ turn left stepping R to right side (a), step L next to R (2) 10.30
3 a 4Step back R (3), make 1/8 turn left stepping L to left side (a), make 1/8 turn left stepping R next to L (4) 7.30
5 a 6Make 1/8 turn left crossing L over R (5), step R to right side (a), touch L heel to left diagonal (6) 6.00
a 7 a 8Step L to left side (a), touch R next to L (7), step R to right side (a), touch L next to R 6.00

[17 – 25] L ball, R cross. L scissor step, R scissor step making ¼ turn L – Repeat L scissor & ¼ scissor
a 1 2 a 3Step L ball to left side (a), cross R over L (1), step L to left side (2), step R next to L (a), cross L over R (3) 6.00
4 a 5Make ¼ turn left stepping back R (4), step L next to R (a), cross R over L (5) 3.00
6 a 7Step L to left side (6), step R next to L (a), cross L over R (7) 3.00
8 a 1Make ¼ turn left stepping back R (8), step L next to R (a), cross R over L (1) 12.00

[26 – 32] L side, R behind, ¼ L, R fwd, ¾ turn L, R side, L close R point, R sailor with ¼ turn R, L close
a 2Step L to left side (a), cross R behind L (2), 12.00
a 3 4Make ¼ turn left stepping forward L (a), step forward R (3), unwind ¾ turn left (weight ends L) (4) 12.00
5 a 6Step R to right side (5), step L next to R (a), point R to right side (6) 12.00
7 a 8 aCross R behind L (7), make 1/8 turn right stepping L next to R (a), make 1/8 turn right stepping forward R (8), step L next to R (a) 3.00

TAG: Do the following 12 count Tag at the end of the 2nd wall – you will be facing 6.00
Do the first ‘4a’ counts of the dance: Plus 8 more counts
12a34aStep forward R (1), make ½ turn left stepping forward L (2), step R next to L (a), step forward L (3), Make ½ turn right stepping forward R (4), step L next to R (a),
1 2Step forward R as you angle body to left diagonal (1) touch L next to R as you snap fingers (2)
3 a 4Step back L (square up to 6.00) (3), step R next to L (a), step forward L (4)
5 6 7 a 8Repeat above 1-4: R fwd, L touch, L coaster step - Then restart the dance.
START AGAIN

HAPPY DANCING

3 Comments

Kato October 21, 2017
Beautiful!! Hope this does well - love it!

Stokies October 23, 2017
Rolling 8 s have to be perect and this is Rachael YOU SHOULD BE LOVED well we all know that and you definitely are

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Bobbie October 29, 2017
Thank You from all of the lay-people for your explanation of "Rolling Count." It helps! There are many such terms that have appeared on step sheets in the last few years. Line Dance enthusiasts here often have discussions about what these terms might mean. I have heard several instructors contradict one another. Finding a good answer on the web has been challenging, to say the least, and I often find contradictions there also.

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