SONG: Come On Over To My Place by Daniel O’Donnell  OR  the same original  song by The Drifters

CHOREOGRAPHER: Jan Wyllie, 4 Pebble Court, Torquay, Hervey Bay, 4655 Qld., Australia   Web Site:

DANCE: 32 counts,  2 walls120 bpm, Easy Int,  Long intro with slow tempo which changes to faster tempo just before start of dance. There are 2 sharp drum raps and the first step of the dance is on the second drum rap just before the word “come”. It takes a bit of practice to master the start— then it’s easy.

Choreo . June 05.   Written for Sue from Maryborough who gave me the music.  Thanks Sue.





                           Step Pivot 1/4, Shuffle Fwd, Rock Return, Coaster Step

1,2                            Step fwd on R, Pivot 1/4 left transferring wt to L

3&4                          Shuffle fwd R,L,R

5,6,7&8                  Rock/step fwd on L, Rock back on R, Step back on L Step R beside L, Step fwd on L


                                 Toe Struts Fwd R L, R Kick Ball Change, Step Pivot 1/4

9,10,11,12              Toe strut fwd R,L

13&14                    R leg Kick Ball Change

15,16                        Step fwd on R, Pivot 1/4 left transferring wt to L


                                 Step Across Touch, Step Across Touch, & Step Across Touch & Cross Rock

17,18                        Step R across L, Touch L toe to left

19,20                        Step L across R, Touch R toe to right

&21,22                   Step R beside L, Step L across R, Touch R toe to right

&23,24                   Step R beside L, Rock/step L across R, Rock back on R


                                 Step Left Stomp/Clap, Step Right Stomp/Clap, Slow Coaser, Scuff  Fwd

25,26                        Step L to left, Stomp R beside L and clap

27,28                        Step R to right, Stomp L beside R and clap

29,30,31,32           Step back on L, Step R beside L, Step fwd on L, Scuff R fwd



This is another song from the past that we all know.  Like many of the

songs from the rock n roll era it’s not of long duration  About 2 1/2 minutes

is all it gives us. Still that that’s enough time to  dance  8 full

walls—and we won’t have time to get bored!


The dance is easy but you have to keep your mind on the job.

The start is tricky because the music is slow initially and then right

at the  time we start the dance it changes tempo and trying to

find to  find the  exact right time to step into the first 1/4 turn

is a real  test…..and you  are bound to miss it initially  -  well,

I did  anyhow, but YOU might be smarter than me!     (-:


Hope you enjoy the dance AND the song.


See you on the floor sometime…...Jan










Original sheet by

Jan Wyllie