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You Sang To Me

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Improver
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Linda Oei – Senioret Global D'uld Jatim – November 2017
Music:
You Sang To Me By Marc Anthony
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Intro : 32 Counts

PART I : STEP BACK, RECOVER, STEP FORWARD - TURN ¼ RIGHT - PIVOT ½ LEFT - TRIPLE STEP FORWARD L – R – L.
1 & 2: Step RF backward, recover LF, step RF forward
3 & 4: Step LF forward, turn ¼ right, step RF in place, step LF forward
5 & 6: Step RF forward, pivot ½ left, step LF in place, step RF forward
7 & 8: Triple step forward L – R – L

PART II : TRIPLE STEP BACKWARD - KICK DIAGONALLY - TRIPLE STEP BACKWARD - KICK DIAGONALLY – STEP BACK, RECOVER, STEP FORWARD - PIVOT ½ RIGHT.
1 & 2 &: Triple step backward R – L – R, LF kick diagonally to L.
3 & 4 &: Triple step backward L – R – L, RF kick diagonally to R.
5 & 6: Step RF backward, recover LF, step RF forward.
7 & 8: Step LF forward, pivot ½ right, step RF in place, step LF forward.

PART III : BASIC RUMBA - TURN ¼ LEFT - BASIC RUMBA – SWAY - CROSS ROCK RECOVER.
1 & 2: Step RF to right side, step LF close to RF, step RF forward.
3 & 4: Turn ¼ left, step LF to left side, step RF close to LF, step LF forward.
5 & 6: Step RF to side, sway R – L – R.
7 & 8: Step LF cross over RF, recover RF, step LF to side.

PART IV : BOTAFOGO R – L - SAILOR STEP - TURN ¼ RIGHT – CROSS RECOVER – DRAG LEFT.
1 & 2: Step RF cross over LF, step LF to side, recover on RF.
3 & 4: Step LF cross over RF, step RF to side, recover on LF.
5 & 6: Sweep RF front to back, turn ¼ right, recover on LF, step RF forward.
7 & 8: Step LF cross over RF, recover RF, step LF to side, drag.

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