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Simple

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Ultra Beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Stephen Pistoia & Laura Stanton - June 2018
Music:
Simple by Florida Georgia Line ( iTunes )
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Intro: 16ct intro No Tags or Restarts

( 1-8 ) CROSS ROCK SHUFFLE RT CROSS ROCK SHUFFLE LT
1-2cross RF over LF – recover on LF
3&4step RF out to RT – step LF next to RF – step RF out to RT
5-6cross LF over RF – recover on RF
7&8step LF out to LT – step RF next to LF – step LF out to LT (12:00)

( 9-16 ) ¼ TURN L, GRAPEVINE RT ROLLING GRAPEVINE LT (OPTIONAL GRAPEVINE LEFT)
1-2step RF out to RT making ¼ turn LT – step LF behind RF
3-4step RF out to RT – touch LF next to RF
5-6step LF out to LT making ¼ turn LT – step RF out to LT making ¼ turn LT
7-8step LF out to LT making ½ turn LT – touch RF next to LF (9:00)

( 17-24) WALK FORWARD DIAGONALLY LT KICK WALK BACK DIAGONALLY RT TOUCH
1-4walk forward left diagonally stepping R,L,R, - kick LF forward (10:30)
5-8walk back right diagonally stepping L,R,L, touch RF next to LF as you square up to front wall

(25-32) WALK FORWARD DIAGONALLY RT KICK WALK BACK DIAGONALLY LT TOUCH
1-4walk forward right diagonally stepping R,L,R kick LF forward (1:30)
5-8walk back left diagonally stepping L,R,L, touch RF next to LF as you square up to front wall (9:00) start over!

This dance rotates counterclockwise.

Any questions contact me @ pistoias@ymail.com have fun enjoy!!!!
Last Update - 20th June 2018
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1 Comments

Metaltigger June 19, 2018
With syncopations and a full turn as well as being a 4 wall dance
Is the level for this dance correct.. 'Ultra Beginner'?.
Ultra Beginner being someone who has had either none or just one or two dance lessons ?


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