FLAT BROKE BOOGIE

SONG: There's A Hole In My Pocket by Ricky Van Shelton. Also available on Jan's no. 13 cd compilation
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, 192 bpm, Easy Intermediate, Choreographed January 2003

NO TAGS OR RESTARTS
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STEPS      PATTERN OF DANCE
1,2,3,4              Tap R heel  beside L, Bounce (or jump) L heel up and down, Step R across L, Hold
5,6,7,8              Tap L heel beside R, Bounce R heel up and down, Step L across R, Hold

9,10,                Turning L heel in touch R toe beside L heel, Hold
11,12              Turn L heel out and touch R heel beside L toe, Hold
                        The following 'dwight heels' move to the right
13                    Turn L heel in and touch R toe beside L heel
14                    Turn L heel out and touch R heel beside L toe
15                    Turn L heel in and touch R toe beside L heel
16                    Turn L heel out and touch R heel beside L toe

17,18              Step R to right making 1/4 turn left, Rock fwd onto L
19,20              Step fwd on R, Hold
21,22,23,24     Rock/step fwd on L bending knee low, Rock back on R, Step back on L, Step R beside L

25,26,27,28     Rock/step fwd on L bending knee low, Rock back on R, Step back on L, Step R beside L
29,30,31,32     Rock/step fwd on L bending knee low, Rock back on R, Step back on L, Touch R beside L

33,34,35          Stepping back make 1/4 turn right and step R to right side bumping  hips right, left, right
36                  Hold
37,38,39,40     Making 1/4 turn right step L to left side and bump hips left, right, left, Hold

41,42,43,44     Making 1/4 turn right step R to right side and bump hips right, left, right, Hold
45,46              Step L across R, Hold, 
&                    Step  R beside L
47,48              Step L across R, Hold

This is just a little fun dance and I hope you treat it as such.
I first used  'dwight heels' in the dance Rockin' The Cart which won the
Australian section of the choreography competition at Tamworth in
2001, or 2000 or whenever it was.
Since then I have received a bit of flack from a critic in the USA for calling them 'dwight heels' because apparently there is no such thing.... well, that's according to my critic anyhow.  As for me, I'll just keep right on calling them dwight heels and I'm sure the majority of line dancers will know exactly what I mean by that terminology - and the rest will become educated as they go along I am sure!

Hope you enjoy the music, the dance - and especially the 'dwight heels'!
See you on the floor sometime....  Jan


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