MOONLIGHT AND ROSES

 

SONG: Moonlight and Roses by Jim Reeves. Also available on Good Old Line Dance Music CD 20

CHOREOGRAPHER: Jan Wyllie, 4 Pebble Court, Torquay, Hervey Bay, 4655 Qld., Australia

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

DANCE: 32 counts,  2 walls120 bpm, Easy Int., Start on vocals. Choreo. September  05

NO TAGS OR RESTARTS

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STEPS           PATTERN OF DANCE

                                

                                 Vine Right Tap, Step Left Tap, 1/4 Right Tap

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

5,6                            Step L to left, Tap R beside L

7,8                            Making 1/4 right step R to right, Tap L beside R

 

                                 Vine Left Tap, Vine Right With 1/2 Turn Right Hitch

9,10,11,12              Step L to left, Step R behind L, Step L to left, Tap R beside L

13,14                        Step R to right, Step L behind R

15,16                        Making 1/4 right step fwd on R, Making 1/4 right on ball of R hitch L

 

                                 Vine Left Hitch, Vine Back Hitch

17,18,19,20           Step L to left, Step R behind L, Step L to left, Hitch R

21,22,23,24           Walk back R,L,R, Hitch L

 

                                 Lock Step Fwd Scuff, Step Pivot 1/4 Hold

25,26,27,28           Step fwd on L, Lock/step R behind L, Step fwd on L, Scuff R fwd

29,30,31,32           Step fwd on R, Pivot 1/4 left transferring wt to L, Stomp (up) R beside L, Hold

 

                                 HARDER ALTERNATIVE LAST 4 COUNTS

29,30,31,32           *Step fwd on R, Pivot 1/2 left, Step fwd on R, Pivot 3/4 left

 

 

This is an easy little dance to a lovely old smooth song by Jim Reeves.

It will have great appeal for some people and others will no doubt hate it.

I guess that’s the case with most dances, and in fact, with most things in life….

What’s the old saying  -  “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”.

 

I personally love the old songs, but I guess I love most music. It’s just the screechers

and heavy opera that make me pull my hair out…… so I suppose you could say

that those two forms of music are ‘trash’ to me.  Whatz YOURS?

 

Enough chat for now.  If you like this music I hope you enjoy the dance.

If you hate this music then just throw the dance in the piffle bin!

We’ve got a big piffle bin at our place!

 

See you on the floor sometime……...Jan

 

 

                                

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Original sheet by

Jan Wyllie