Work It Out

Choreographed by Ray & Gail Garvin countryxpress@usa.com 215-657-5929
Description 56 count, beginner/intermediate east coast swing partner/circle dance, 
Sweetheart Position, facing LOD. Man's steps listed, lady on opposite 
feet throughout. Hands stay joined throughout entire dance
Music 
We Work It Out - Joni Harms -135 bpm , CD: Lets Put The Western Back In Country

	CROSS TOUCHES, STEP SLIDES, STEP SCUFF ON RIGHT & LEFT
1-4	Left heel forward, left toe touch across right, left heel forward, touch left toe back
5-8	Step left forward, slide right up to left, step left forward, scuff right forward
9-16	Repeat 1-8 above on opposite foot starting with right
	BOX  TURN, STEP SLIDE, STEP SCUFF CROSSING OVER, ON LEFT AND RIGHT, 
	 TURN, ROCK STEPS
17-18	Step forward left, cross right over left
19	Mans right arm cross over lady's head as you step back left making  turn to face your partner, 
	step in place right
	Arms are now crossed in front of you, right over left

21-24	Raising arms lady goes under man's right arm, step forward left, crossing in back of lady, 
	slide right up to left, step forward left making  turn to face LOD, scuff right forward
	You are now in Reverse Sweetheart Position

25-28	Rock forward on right, back on left, back on right, forward on left
29-40	Repeat 17-28 above on opposite foot starting with right
	On count 31 mans left arm over lady's head, arms are crossed in front of you, left over right
	On the cross over to ILOD, man crosses behind lady shifting arms from left to right side

	STRUTS LEFT AND RIGHT
41-48	Step forward on left heel, bring toe down, repeat on right, left, right

	LEFT KICK BALL STEP FORWARD 2 TIMES, WALK FORWARD 4 STEPS
49&50	Kick left forward, step on left, step forward right
51&52	Kick left forward, step on left, step forward right
53-56	Walk forward left, right, left, right
	REPEAT
Every effort has been made to ensure these cue Sheets are accurate, Should you find any errors,
Please let me know via e-mail thank you...... Robert
http://www.arjjazedance.free-online.co.uk November 2004