(SINGAPORE)
ON MY MIND


SONG:
I've Got My Baby On My Mind by David Ball 
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:  32 counts, 4 walls,  112 bpm Late Beginner/Early Intermediate Level

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STEPS              PATTERN OF DANCE
1,2,3,4                     Step R to right, Step L behind R, Shuffle to the right side R,L,R
5,6                            Rock/step fwd on L, Rock back on R
7&8                          Making ½ turn left back over left shoulder shuffle fwd L,R,L

9,10                          Step fwd on R, Pivot ¼ turn left transferring wt to L
11,12                        Step fwd on R, Pivot ¼ turn left transferring wt to L
13,14                        Step R across in  front of L, Touch L toe to left side
15,16                      Step L across in front of R, Touch R toe to right side

17                            Step fwd on R and swing both hands up in front - about head high
18                          Touch L toe beside R and click fingers of both hands
19                            Step back on L swing both hands down behind your back
20                              Touch R toe beside L and click fingers of both hands
21-24                        Repeat above 4 counts

25,26                        Step fwd on R, Pivot ¼ turn left taking wt on L
27&28                      Cross/shuffle to the left R,L,R
29,30                        Rock/step L to left, Rock wt  to R
31&32                      Cross/shuffle to the right L,R,L



This is another little dance that I am taking on the
Singapore Workshop Tour (October 2002)
I've always loved David Ball, he's country through
and through and his songs are always good.
This dance feels nice to do  and is easily learned - so
that makes it very suitable I think.
It will be too hot for old ducks like me to be busting
their poofoos teaching more difficult dances.

Does anyone out there know what a poofoo is? 
I really don't even though I have been using the
word for more years than I care to remember.
Seems my education has been sorely lacking!

See you on the floor sometime…..  Jan