SONG: Ol’ Lonesome Me by Danni Leigh.         

CHOREOGRAPHER: Jan Wyllie, Hervey Bay, 4655 Qld., Australia

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

DANCE:  32 counts,  2 walls,  160 bpm,  Easy Dance with   2 TAGS



                                      Vine right -Touch , Heel Fwd Toe Beside, Toe Side, Slap Behind

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

5,6,7,8                     Touch L heel fwd, Touch L toe beside R, Touch L toe to left, Slap L foot behind R knee


                                Side Touch Behind, Side Touch Behind. Rock Fwd, Step Scuff

9,10                         Step L to left, Touch R toe behind L/Clap.

11,12                            Step R to right, Touch L toe behind R/Clap

13,14,15,16             Rock/Bounce back on L, Rock fwd on R, Step fwd on L, Scuff R fwd


                  Strut around in a left ½ turn arc using 8 counts to complete the turn.

                       It is not done on the spot, it is an arc so use bigger struts and step it out!

17,18,19,20            Heel strut R,L

21,22,23,24            Heel strut R,L


                               Step Lock  Step Scuff, Step Lock, Step Stomp

25,26                      Step fwd on R, Lock L behind R

27,28                      Step fwd on R, Scuff L fwd

29,30                      Step fwd on L, Lock R behind L

31,32                      Step fwd on L, Stomp R beside L (wt stays on L)


                              *There is an 8 count tag at the end of walls 4 and 8


                                Side Stomp, Side Stomp, Back  Heel Fwd, Step Fwd Touch

 1,2,3,4                    Step R to right, Stomp L beside R, Step L to left, Stomp R beside L

 5,6,7,8                    Step back on  R, Touch L heel fwd, Step fwd on L, Touch R beside L




The music is bright and only goes for  2 minutes and 7 seconds

–  so you might want to do it twice!


See you on the floor sometime…….   Jan









Original sheet by

Jan Wyllie