IF I LIED

 

SONG: Would You Believe Me If I Lied by Billy Yates

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

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

DANCE:  32 counts, 2 walls,  140 bpm, VERY EASY level,  16 count intro  Choreo March 2010

1X 4 COUNT TAG

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STEPS           PATTERN OF DANCE

                                 Side Together Side Touch, Fwd Tap,  Back Tap

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

5,6                            Step L towards left front corner, Tap R beside L (clap optional)

7,8                            Step R back to centre, Tap L beside R  (clap optional)

 

                                 Side Together Side Touch, Fwd Tap,  Back Tap

9,10,11,12              Step L to left, Step R beside L, Step L to left, Touch R beside L

13,14                        Step R towards right front corner, Tap L beside R  (clap optional)

15,16                        Step L back to centre, Tap R beside L  (clap optional)

 

                                 Side Tap, Side Tap, Heel Fwd Together, Heel Fwd Together

17,18,19,20           Step R to right, Tap L beside R,  Step L to left, Tap R beside L

21,22,23,24           Touch R heel fwd, Step R beside L, Touch L heel fwd, Step L beside R

 

                                 1/4 Turn Stepping RLR Hold, 1/4 Turn Stepping LRL Hold

25,26,27,28           Step RLR on the spot as you turn 1/4 left to side wall, Hold

29,30,31,32           Step L RL on the spot as you turn 1/4 left to back wall, Hold

 

                                 *There is a 4 count tag at the end of the 3rd wall—a repeat of counts 21-24

                                 Heel Fwd Together, Heel Fwd Together

1,2,3,4                    Touch R heel fwd, Step R beside L, Touch L heel fwd, Step L beside R

 

This dance was written with the new dancer in mind.

It is very easy, but the music has a bit of pace about it.

 

Some people find it easier to dance to faster music than to slow music.

I guess that is because you can ‘fudge’ the steps easier if the music is fast.

 

If you find the song too fast and would like to do your steps properly, then

I suggest you find a slower song that you like and learn the dance to that song.

Once you know your steps you can use the faster music.

 

Whatever you do, I hope you enjoy your line dancing experience, it is one of

the best things you can ever do for yourself. The music is great, the exercise is

good for you (and you hardly know you are actually exercising) and the social

interaction and support you will get from your fellow linedancers is legendary! 

 

The best part is that you can actually keep on line dancing as long as you can walk…

 

And if I can keep walking for a bit longer yet I hope to

                                          See you on the floor sometime…. Jan

Original sheet by

Jan Wyllie