SONG: You Have The Right To Remain Silent by Perfect Stranger.  Also available on Jans no. 11 cd
: Jan Wyllie, 4 Pebble Court, Torquay, Hervey Bay, 4655 Qld., Australia        Web Site:
DANCE:  32 counts, 4 walls, 84 bpm,  Intermediate Level,  Choreographed in 1997

The dance starts with a heel bump prelude which starts 2 beats before the vocals.
1 easy 4 beat tag


Prelude to dance, not included in step count…..
&1&2            Lift R heel up, Drop R heel, Lift R heel up, Drop R heel (wt remains on L)

1,2              Rock/step R to right, Rock wt to L
3&4            Step R behind L, Step L to left, Step R fwd
5&6            Step fwd on L, Step R beside L, Step back on L (coaster)
7&8            Step back on R, Step L beside R, Step fwd on R (coaster_

9&10          Step fwd on L, Step R beside L, Step big step back on L (coaster)
11                Slide R to L keeping wt on L
&12              Raise R heel, Drop R heel
13,14            Rock/step L to left, Rock wt to R
&15              Step L behind R and raise R heel, Drop R heel,
&16              Rock/step L to left and raise R heel, Drop R heel

17&18          Step L behind R, Step R to right, Step L across R
19&20          Step back on R, Lock/step L over R, Step back on R
&                  Make a ½ turn left on ball of R
21&22          Shuffle fwd L,R,L
23,24            Step fwd on R, Pivot ¼ turn left transferring wt to L

25&26&      Step R across in front of L, Step L to left, Step R behind L, Step L to left
27&              Step R across L, Step L to left
28                Making ½ turn right step fwd on R
29,30            Rock fwd on L, Rock back on R
31&32        Step back on L, Step R beside L, Step L over R (coaster cross)

There is a 4 beat tag at the end of the 5th wall - just do this….
1,2,3,4          Rock/step R to right,  Rock wt to L,  Stamp R beside L, Hold

This is a reasonably slow dance which is not too hard to learn - but it was when I wrote it over 5 years ago.  Line dancing has certainly changed during this time, but somehow this dance has weathered well!

My Dad had a car like that. It was a 1956 Hudson Hornet which he had owned from new and over the years it just never seemed to date. He died recently and we unfortunately had to sell the car. When it was driven out to be loaded on the truck which was taking it to it's new home, it almost caused an accident because everyone did  a double take and looked at it instead of the road! I liked that!  It's gone to Taree N.S.W. to a private museum called "Hudson Heaven" and I'll bet Dad has a big smile on his face!

See you on the floor sometime…..  Jan