DELILAH'S WALTZ

SONG: Delilah by Tom Jones.  Will also be available on Jan's no. 14 cd compilation - coming soon.
CHOREOGRAPHER
: Jan Wyllie, 4 Pebble Court, Torquay, Hervey Bay, 4655 Qld., Australia
Email:janwyllie@bigpond.com        Web Site: http://www.users.bigpond.com/janwyllie/
DANCE: 48 counts, 2 walls, 188bpm, Suitable for Easy Intermediate Level, Choreographed March 2003

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STEPS    PATTERN OF DANCE
1,2,3        Step L fwd and across R, Sweep R to front taking 2 beats and keeping wt on L
456          Step fwd on R, Step L,R together
7,8,9        Step L fwd and across R, Sweep R to front taking 2 beats and keeping wt on L
10,11,12    Stepfwd on R, Step L,R together

13,14,15      Step fwd on L, Touch R beside L, Hold
16,17,18      Waltz back R,L,R while making a 1/4 turn left
19,20,21      Step fwd on L, Hitch R taking 2 beats
22,23,24      Step fwd on R, Hitch L taking 2 beats

25,26,27      Step L across R, Bend R knee and lift/hook R, Hold
28,29,30      Step back on R, Making 1/4 turn left step L,R, together
31,32,33      Step fwd on L, Slide R to L keeping wt on L, Step R beside L
34,35,36      Step fwd on L, Touch R beside L, Hold

37,38,39      Step back on R, SLide L to R keeping wt on R, Step L beside R
40,41,42      Step back on R, Touch L beside R, Hold
43,44,45      Step L to left, Slide R to left keeping wt on L, Touch R beside L
46,47,48      Step R to right, Slide L to right taking 2 beats and keeping wt on R


This easy little waltz was written especially for the Country Moon Bootscooters
from Hervey Bay who frequent the Boat Club to dance to Buddy's music.
 
Buddy is the resident singer there and among other songs, he always
features Delilah  in his repertoire .  I know they will  get a lot of pleasure out of dancing this waltz - and I hope that YOU do too.

For those of you who don't know where Hervey Bay is, it is in Qld, Australia and the climate is almost perfect most of the year - the temperature rarely goes over 29 and if it gets cool in the winter months it always warms up by mid morning.

It is adjacent to Fraser Island which is the largest sand island in the world and the whales come into Hervey Bay to have their calves between August and November each year.  It's a lovely place to live and a great place to visit!

See you on the floor sometime......  Jan