The Traveling Four Corners
Choreographed by J.R. White
Description 20 count, circle dance, Start Individuals standing in a circle about 
an arm's length apart and facing toward the center
Music Cherokee Fiddle by Johnny Lee
Old Man Down The Road by John Fogerty
Two More Bottles Of Wine by Emmylou Harris
Somewhere Between Right & Wrong by Earl Thomas Conley
Ain't No Money by Rosanne Cash

	HEELS OUT AND BACK
1-2	Point left heel forward (toe up), Return left beside right
3-4	Point right heel forward, Return right beside left
 	MOVEMENT TO LEFT
1-2	Point left heel forward, Step on left to left side
3-4	Cross right behind left, Step on left to left side

	MOVEMENT TO RIGHT
1-2	Point right heel forward. Step on right to right side
3-4	Cross left behind right, Step on right to right side

	OUTSIDE TURN
1	Make  turn to right on right, hopping on right & facing outside circle
2	Step on left to left side
3-4	Cross right behind left, Step on left to left side
	INSIDE TURN WITH ROCK
1	Make 1,/2 turn to left to face center of circle, swinging right leg around
2	Step forward on right
3	Leave left in place & transfer weight back to left
4	Leave right in place (forward) and transfer weight back to right
	REPEAT
COUPLES
The couples version starts in the open position. The steps are the same for both.
The rock steps are used during the turns for positioning.
TURN 1: 	On the right hop the man moves behind the woman. On the left hop the man drops the left hand
	and moves the right hand over the woman's head. Rejoin hands when the man is in front of woman

TURN 2: 	On the right hop the man moves to the woman's left. On the left hop the man and woman 
	make a  turn. Man is now on the woman's right

TURN 3: 	On the right hop the man moves in front of the woman. On the left hop the man drops the right 
	hand while moving the left hand over the woman's head. Rejoin hands, man is now behind woman.

TURN 4: 	On the right hop the man moves to the woman's right. On the left hop both make a  turn. 
	The man is now on the woman's left in the original position.