SINGAPOREAN BEER


SONG:
There's A Tear In My Beer by Hank Williams Snr and Hank Williams Jnr
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, 2 walls, 144 bpm, Late Beginner Level, Choreographed October 2002

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STEPS      PATTERN OF DANCE
1,2                  Step fwd on R towards right corner, Stomp L beside R and clap  (keep wt on R)
3,4                  Step fwd on L towards left corner, Stomp R beside L and clap  (keep wt on L)
5,6                  Step fwd on R towards right corner, Stomp L beside R and clap (keep wt on R)
7,8                  Bump hips left, right

9,10,11,12      Step L to left, Step R beside L, Step L to left, Touch R beside L
13,14              Making ¼ turn left step back on R, Touch L beside R
15,16              Making ¼ turn left step L to left side, Touch R beside L

                      Moving toward left corner…
17,18,19,20    Step R across L, Step L to left, Step R across L, Touch L toe to left side
                          Moving towards right corner..
21,22,23,24    Step L across R, Step R to right, Step L across R, Touch R toe to right side

25,26,27,28    Rock/step fwd on R, Rock back on L, Step back on R, Hold
29,30,31,32    Step back on L, Step R beside L, Step fwd on L, Scuff R fwd

This easy little dance was one of 3 dances I wrote for the
Singapore Workshop Tour in October 2002. 
I kept them easy and hope that the 6000 + people that
are expected at the workshops will appreciate that.

I haven't been to Singapore before but I believe it is really hot.
That worries me a bit because I find it almost too hot here in Hervey Bay
during the summer months.  Never mind, the venues might be
airconditioned, and if they're not, then I'll probably lose some weight! 
Gotta stay positive I reckon…..

You know, I can't even imagine what 6000 line dancers will look like.
The VBA Ball in Melbourne attracts around 1200 people - and that's a
sight to behold I can tell you, but 6000 + …… the mind boggles!

Just goes to show that you are never too old to have a 'new' experience.

See you on the floor sometime…… Jan