SONG: We’ll Burn That Bridge by Brooks & Dunn. Also available on ‘Good Old Line
Dance Music CD 19’ See web site below for further information
CHOREOGRAPHER: Jan Wyllie, 4 Pebble Court, Torquay, Hervey Bay, 4655 Qld., Australia
Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Web Site: http://www.members.iinet.net.au/~janwyllie/
DANCE: 36 counts, 2 walls, 120 bpm, Easy Intermediate Level , Start on vocals Choreo . Sept. 05
We leave the last 4 counts off some walls. It’s very obvious in the music
STEPS PATTERN OF DANCE
Step Lock Step Scuff, Step Lock Step Scuff
1,2,3,4 Step fwd on R, Lock/step L behind R, Step fwd on R, Scuff L fwd
5,6,7,8 Step fwd on L, Lock/step R behind L, Step fwd on L, Scuff R fwd
R Charleston, Sweep L Back, Sweep R Back
9,10 Touch R toe fwd, Hold
11,12 Sweep R in an arc to step behind L, Hold
13,14 Sweep L in an arc to step behind R, Hold
15,16 Sweep R in an arc to step behind L, Hold
Rock Return, Step Scuff, Rock Return, 1/4 Turn Hold
17,18 Rock/step back on L, Rock fwd on R
19,20 Step fwd on L, Scuff R fwd
21,22 Rock/step fwd on R, Step back on L
23,24 Making 1/4 right step R to right side, Hold
Cross Toe Strut, 1/4 Toe Strut, 1/2 Toe Strut, Stamp Stamp
25,26 Cross/toe strut L over R
27,28 Making 1/4 left toe strut back on R
29,30 Making 1/2 left toe strut fwd on L
31,32 Stamp R, L together *Restart here on walls 4&5, 9&10 and 12
Step Back, Tap Heel Fwd/Click R Fingers, Step Fwd, Scuff Fwd
33,34 Step back on R, Tap L heel fwd and click fingers of R hand
35,36 Step fwd on L, Scuff R fwd
RESTARTS: Leave the last 4 counts off walls 4&5, 9&10 and 12. This means you restart the
dance after the two stamps at count 31,32 ….. Very obvious in the music - easy stuff!
FINISH: Dance finishes facing the back at count 34.
Dance up to count 32 (stamps) then step fwd on R and pivot to front.
This easy little dance feels good to do because the music is bright
and has a strong beat . Don’t let the restarts put you off because
they are obvious and easy. Brooks & Dunn are always a
pleasure to listen to …. Hope you agree with me.
There’s lots of room for improvising in the ‘Charleston’ type steps
so I’ll leave it up to you to do what you will! Have a bit of fun!
See you on the floor sometime……… Jan
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