SONG: Seven Lonely Days by Patsy Cline.  Also available on Jans CD “Easy Dances 4U” #1

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

Phone/Fax 0741 255534

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DANCE: 32 counts,   4 walls,  124 bpm,  Suitable for  Beginner level,  Choreographed 13/06/02   



STEPS                   PATTERN OF DANCE

                                 Heel Fwd Toe Back, Heel Strut Fwd, Heel Fwd Toe Back, Heel Strut Fwd

1,2                            Touch R heel fwd, Touch R toe back

3,4                            Heel strut fwd on R

5,6                            Touch L heel fwd, Touch L toe back

7,8                            Heel strut fwd on L


                                 Heel Fwd Hold, Toe Back Hold, Heel Toe, Toe Side Touch Behind

9,10                          Touch R heel fwd, Hold

11,12                        Touch R toe back, Hold

13,14                        Touch R heel fwd, Touch R toe beside L

15,16                        Touch R toe to right side, Touch R toe behind L (or slap behind as variation)


                                 Vine Right Touch, Side Touch, Side Touch

17,18,19,20           Step R to right, Step L behind R, Step R to right, Touch L beside R

21,22                        Step L to left, Touch R beside L

23,24                        Step R to right, Touch L beside R


                                 Vine Left With 1/4 Turn Scuff, Toe Strut Fwd RL

25,26                        Step L to left, Step R behind L

27,28                        Making 1/4 turn left step fwd on L, Scuff R fwd

29,30,31,32           Toe strut fwd R,L


This song is a real ‘blast from the past’ for me.... and  I really DO mean

‘the past’.  Can’t remember what year it  was but I do know it  was  a

hell of a long time ago!  Does anyone else out there remember  the song

from back then?  I found this version by Patsy Cline on the  soundtrack

 of the movie called Sweet Dreams which starred  a young Jessica Lange.


 This dance is on my cd “Easy Dances 4U” #1 

It is definitely easy and even new dancers should handle

 it in a very short time and without too many problems.


See you on the floor sometime.....  Jan














Original sheet by

Jan Wyllie