YOUTUBE:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSKZx7QPAWI

SONG: I Fall To Pieces by Ann Tayler and Arne Benoni (Norway)

CHOREOGRAPHER: Jan Wyllie, Hervey Bay, Qld., Australia

Email:janwyllie@iinet.net.au   Web Site: http://www.members.iinet.net.au/~janwyllie/

DANCE:  32 counts, 4 walls,  120 bpm, Beginner level, 16 count intro  Choreo September 2010




                                 Vine Right Touch Beside, Vine Left Touch Beside                   

1,2,3,4                    Step R to right, Step L behind R, Step R to right, Touch L beside R

5,6,7,8                    Step L to left, Step R behind L, Step L to left, Touch R beside L


                                 Heel Strut Fwd R,L,R,L

9,10,11,12              Step R heel fwd, Drop R heel to floor, Step L heel fwd, Drop L foot to floor

13,14,15,16           Step R heel fwd, Drop R heel to floor, Step L heel fwd, Drop L foot to floor


                                 Rock Fwd Back, Shuffle Back, Rock Back Fwd, Rock Fwd Back

17,18                        Rock/step fwd on R, Rock back on L

19&20                    Shuffle back R,L,R

21,22                        Rock/step back on L, Rock fwd on R

23,24                        Rock/step fwd on L, Rock back on R


                                 Shuffle Back, Rock Back Fwd, Step Pivot 1/4, Stomp Hold

25&26                    Shuffle back L,R,L

27,28                        Rock/step back on R, Rock fwd on L

29,30                        Step fwd on R, Pivot 1/4 left transferring wt to L

31,32                        Stomp R beside L, Hold


                                 *There is a restart on wall 5 after count 16










I wrote this beginner level dance for Ilse from Holland.

She sent me the song and requested the dance.

 It’s a lovely rendition of I Fall To Pieces and I hope you enjoy it.


When you first learn to linedance, you often feel as if  you are ’fallin’ to pieces’…

                                 and even after 18 years I still feel like that sometimes!  (-:                                                

See you on the floor sometime…. Jan

Original sheet by

Jan Wyllie