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That's Amore

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Count:
48
Wall:
4
Level:
beginner/intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Tim Gauci (AUS)
Music:
That's Amore (That's Love) - The Dean Brothers
 
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¼ TURN WALTZ STEP, WALTZ BACK, ½ WALTZ STEP, WALTZ BACK
1-3Step left forward turning ¼ to left, step right together, step left together
4-6Step right back, step left together, step right together
7-9Step left forward turning ½ to left, step right together, step left together
10-12Step right back, step left together, step right together

STEP, SWEEP AROUND, WEAVE ACROSS, SLIDE, TOUCH, 1 ¼ TURN
1-3Step left forward, sweep right to side and slightly across left (take 2 beats to do this sweep)
4-6Step right over left, step left to left, step right behind left
7-9Step left to left (big step), slide right to meet left, touch right next to left
10-12Step right to right turning ¼ to right, step left back turning ½ to right, step right forward turning ½ to right
For an easier 10-12, simply vine (right to right, left behind right, and step right to right making a ¼ turn to right) instead of the 1 ¼ turn.

FORWARD, DRAG, ½ TURN WALTZ STEP, ½ TURN WALTZ STEP, BACK, DRAG
1-3Step left forward, drag right to meet left (take 2 beats to do this)
4-6Step right back, step left forward turning ½ to left, step right together
7-9Step left forward, step right back turning ½ to left, step left together
10-12Step right back, drag left to meet right (take 2 beats to do this)

FORWARD, HOOK, BACK, HOOK
1-3Step left forward, sweep/ slide right toe to right side (take 2 beats to do this)
4-6Step right forward, step left back turning ½ to right, step right to right side turning ¼ to right (¾ turn in all)
7-9Step left forward, hook right behind left knee, hold
10-12Step right foot back, hook left foot in front of right shin, hold

REPEAT

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