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T.M.T. (Too Much 'tude)

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Kathy Kazmarek & Ron Kline
Music:
Liquid Dreams - O-Town
 
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WALK FORWARD (RIGHT-LEFT-RIGHT), PUSH, STEP, BACK, BACK, TOUCH, ROCK STEP TURN
1-3Walk forward right, left, right crossing slightly with each step
4Angling body slightly right step forward left
&Push off with left stepping right back
5Cross step left behind right
6Straightening forward take large step back right
7Pivot ¼ left sweeping left toe to touch next to right
8Rock forward left diagonally left
&Shift weight back right
1Pivot ¼ and a little more to face front wall and push off with right stepping back left

STEP SIDE, TOGETHER, SIDE SHUFFLE, ROCK STEP, STEP WITH BUMPS
2Turning slightly to travel back diagonally right step side right
3Step left next to right
4&5Step side right, step left next to right, step side right
6-7Cross rock left over right, shift weight back on to right straightening forward
8&1Step back left diagonally left bumping hips left bump hips left again

STEP, LOCK, SIDE MAMBO STEP CROSS, STEP SIDE, LOCK, SIDE MAMBO STEP CROSS
2-3Step forward right diagonally right, lock left behind right
4&5Step side right, shift weight left, cross step right over left
6-7Step side left, lock right behind left
8&1Step side left, shift weight right, cross step left over right

BUMP AND FLICK, LOCK SHUFFLE FORWARD, STEP, TURN, HIP CIRCLE TURN
2&3Keeping feet in place bump hips forward left, bring hips center, flick right back
4&5Step forward right, lock left behind right, step forward right
6-7Step forward left, pivot ¼ right keeping weight left
8&1Keeping right toe in place and circling hips around start ½ turn right, finish turn, legs will be crossed step forward right
This step is also the first step of the dance

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