||Bill Bader (604) 684-2455 firstname.lastname@example.org,
||32-count, 4-wall, line dance, upper beginner level
|Music Signature Song:
||Little Miss Honky Tonk, Brooks & Dunn, 154 BPM
||C-O-U-N-T-R-Y, Joe Diffie, 130 BPM, CD: Life's So Funny
FOUR TOE SLIDES "INCHING" FORWARD: RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT
1-2 Slide R toe/ball straight forward to about 6" forward of L toe, Lower R heel
3-4 Slide L toe/ball straight forward to about 6" forward of R toe, Lower L heel
5-8 Repeat 1-4
FOUR RIGHT HEEL TAPS, TURN 1/4 LEFT, FOUR LEFT HEEL TAPS
& Slide R toe/ball forward apprx. 6" lifting R heel
NOTE: Feet will remain in this off-set position from Counts 9 thru 20.
9-12 With R toe/ball on floor off-set forward: Tap R heel 4 times
& Turn 1/4 left on balls of both feet (facing 9:00)
13-16 With L toe/ball on floor off-set forward and with R heel down: Tap L heel 4 times
2 "SCOOP TURNS": TURN 1/4 RIGHT, THEN TURN 1/4 LEFT
17-18 Take 2-counts to turn 1/4 right as follows: "Scoop" hips down-up while
turning 1/4 right on balls of both feet (end weight on L facing 12:00)
19-20 Take 2-counts to turn 1/4 left as follows: "Scoop" hips down-up while
turning 1/4 left on balls of both feet (end weight on R facing 9:00)
FORWARD, SLIDE TOGETHER, FORWARD, "HITCH BEHIND"
21-22 Step L forward, Slide/Step R forward to beside L
23 Step L forward
24 Raise R knee with R foot crossed behind L leg so that R shin contacts
the back of L knee while L knee bends forward
STEP R BACK, L TOE (or heel) FORWARD, STEP L FWD, TOUCH R TOE BACK
25-26 Step R back, Touch L toe tip slightly forward (Option: Touch L heel forward)
27-28 Step L forward, Touch R toe tip slightly back
BACK/HEEL, STEP L FORWARD, STEP R FORWARD, 1/2 PIVOT LEFT
&29 Step R back, Touch L heel forward
30 Step forward onto L
31 Step R toe/ball forward
32 Keeping both feet in place: Pivot Turn 1/2 left shifting weight forward onto L
End of pattern. Begin again...
Choreographer's Notes: As an fun option once in a while during the dance, pretend you are strumming a
guitar from counts 9 thru 20.
This dance is in Sigma Press' "International Line Dance Favorites" and appeared on Country Dance Line Magazine's
list of "best line dances of all time". It has been featured twice on TNN's Club Dance TV show - once with instruction
and once in performance.
This step description was written June 6. 2001 by the choreographer.Photocopying for classes and competitions
is permitted. For updates and more dances visit website http://www.billbader.com