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Twilight Time

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
beginner/intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Ilona Lorenz
Music:
Twilight Time - The Platters
 
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STEP, SLIDE, KICK BALL CROSS, ¼ TURN LEFT, STEP, LEFT SHUFFLE BACK
1-2Step right foot to right, slide and touch left foot to right foot
3&4Kick left foot forward, step left foot in place, cross right foot over left foot
5-6¼ turn left with left foot, step right foot next to left (weight on right foot)
7&8Step back with left foot, close right foot next to left foot, step back with left foot

FULL TURN RIGHT, RIGHT COASTER STEP, LEFT SHUFFLE FORWARD, STEP TURN
1-2Turn ½ right and step forward on right foot, on ball of right foot ½ turn right and step back on left foot
3&4Step right foot back, close left foot to right foot, step forward on right foot
5&6Step forward on left foot, close right foot to left foot, step forward on left foot
7-8Step forward on right foot, turn ½ to left (weight on right foot)

ROCK & CROSS, ROCK & STEP, STEP TURN, RIGHT SHUFFLE FORWARD
1&2Rock right foot to right, recover, cross right foot over left foot
3&4Rock left foot to left, recover, step forward with left foot
5-6Step forward right, turn ½ left (weight on left foot)
7&8Step forward with right foot, close left foot to right foot, step forward right foot

LEFT CHASSE, RIGHT SAILOR STEP, LEFT SAILOR STEP, STEP TURN ¼ LEFT
1&2Step left foot to left, close right foot beside left foot, step left foot to left
3&4Cross right foot behind left foot, step left foot to left, step right foot in place
5&6Cross left foot behind right foot, step right foot to right, step left foot in place
7-8Step forward on left foot, turn ½ to left (weight on left)

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