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Valentine Train

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Absolute Beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Roz Harris (UK) - September 2018
Music:
Valentine by Train, Album: A Girl A Bottle A Boat.
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#32 Count Intro

SECTION 1: SIDE TOGETHER SIDE TOUCH RIGHT AND LEFT
1-2Step right foot to right side, step left foot next to right
3-4Step right foot to right side, touch left foot next to right and clap
5-6Step left foot to left side, step right foot next to left
7-8Step left foot to left side, touch right foot next to left and clap (12 o’clock)

SECTION 2: LOCK STEP FORWARD, ROCKING CHAIR
1-2Step right foot forward, lock left foot behind right
3-4Step right foot forward, brush left foot forward
5-6Rock forward onto left foot, recover weight back onto right foot
7-8Rock backwards onto left foot, recover weight forwards onto right foot (12 o’clock)

SECTION 3: ROCK ¼ RIGHT CROSS, VINE RIGHT
1-2Rock forward onto left foot turning 1/8 r, recover on right foot turning a further 1/8 r
3-4Cross left foot in front of right foot, hold
5-6Step right foot to right side, step left foot behind right
7-8Step right foot to right side, cross left foot over right (3 o’clock)

SECTION 4: RIGHT MAMBO, LEFT MAMBO
1-2Rock right foot to right side, recover weight onto left foot
3-4Step right foot next to left foot, hold
5-6Rock left foot to left side, recover weight onto right foot
7-8Step left foot next to right foot, hold (3 o’clock)

Start again and enjoy

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2 Comments

RozH September 23, 2018
Thanks - I always remember when I first started line dancing, I really needed to start from scratch. So I try to do that with some of my dances :)

Bydand September 23, 2018
Hi Rox nice to see AB dances written for real beginners ... no syncopation, no complicated/multiple turns, no tags/restarts and easy music.

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