JIG A JIG


SONG:
Hip City Hop City by Saunders, Kane & Del Also available on Jan's No. 8 cd  compilation
CHOREOGRAPHER
: Jan Wyllie, 4 Pebble Ct. Torquay, Hervey Bay 4655, Qld Australia
Phone/Fax 0741 255534  Email:janwyllie@bigpond.com  Web Site: http://www.users.bigpond.com/janwyllie/
DANCE:  32 counts,  2 walls,  120  bpm,  Suitable for Intermediate level
This music is quite fast and the dance has been written to half time. Most people won't notice, but for those who do I thought I had better explain. Also, the music only goes for 2mins 15 secs - so you might want to do it twice... we do, but it's pretty energetic so do it just before your smoko break!!!!

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STEPS  PATTERN OF DANCE
1&2          Shuffle to right diag. R,L,R,    (Try a dorothy step if you can)
3&4          Shuffle to the left diag. L,R,L  (ditto)
5              Slide R fwd.
6              Slide L fwd.
7&8          Bump hips R,L,R

&9            Lift R heel, Step back on L (skip)
&10          Lift L heel, Step back on R (skip)
&11&12   Make 1/2 turn left on ball of R,shuffle fwd L,R,L
13          Rock fwd on R
14            Rock back on L
15           Step back on R
16            Touch L heel fwd while leaning back and clicking fingers

17&18     Step L across in front of R, Step back on R, Step L to left
19&20     Step R across in front of L, Step back on L, Step R to right
21&22     Step L across in front of R, Step back on R, Step L to left
23            Step fwd on R
24            Pivot 1/2 left transferring wt to L

25&       Dig R heel across in front of L, Lift L heel off ground
26           Step R to right
27&        Dig L heel across in front of R, Lift R heel off ground
28          Step L to left

29&30     Step R behind L, Step L to left, Step R across in front of L
31,32       Making a quick pivot turn left keeping wt on both feet, Hold

This dance is just for a bit of fun. Hope you enjoy it.
It was written while I was on my workshop tour to New Zealand in November 2001.Josie and Elaine from Double Dutch Line Dancers in Morrinsville (N.Z.)and Anne Bradbury from Whitehorse Bootscooters in Melbourne had an imput into the steps, so if you don't like the dance, see them not me ok? 
See you on the floor sometime.....  Jan