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PostSubject: DOOHOO: 40/4 Intermediate (music by Sugarland)   Mon 18 Aug 2008, 10:44

DOOHOO


Choreographed by:- William Sevone
Choreographed to:- "All I want to do" (98 bpm)...Sugarland ("Love On The Inside")
Four Wall Line Dance:- 40 count - Intermediate
Choreographers note:- Because of the awkward phrasing of the music I have chosen to use a 40 count format with a Tag on every second wall. Don’t worry though, as you will only perform seven walls in total.
Always remember - 'The beat may reach your feet - but the rhythm should electrify your soul'.
Dance starts on the vocals with feet together and weight on the left foot.

2X LARGE STEP-DRAG-TOGETHER (12:00)
1–4 (1)Large step right to right side. (2-3) Drag left to right. (4) Touch left next to right.
5–8 (5) Large step left to left side. (6-7) Drag right to left. (8.) Step right next to left.

UP DOWN HIP ROLL OR OPTION. SIDE FOOT SWITCH (12:00)
9–14 Raise hands to side of head & bending at the knees – roll hips whilst moving knees left and right.
Tip: each based on two counts - going down-staying down-coming up.
Option
9–14 Hands in same position: roll hips in figure of 8 for 6 counts – do it stationary or turning full circle.
15&16 Touch right to right side, step right next to left, touch left to left side.

BEHIND. 1/2 LEFT. 2X TRIPLE ROCK. WALK: RIGHT-LEFT (6:00)
17–18 Step left behind right. Unwind ½ left (weight on left) (6).
19&20 (On the spot) Cross rock right over left, recover onto left, step right into place.
21&22 (On the spot) Cross rock left over right, recover onto right, step left into place.
23–24 (Prissy/in line) Walk forward: Right-Left.

PUSH STEP. 1/2 RIGHT SHUFFLE. FWD. 1/2 RIGHT BWD ROCK. RECOVER. FWD (6:00)
25–26 Push forward onto right. Recover onto left.
27&28 Turn ½ right & shuffle forward stepping: R.L-R (12).
29–30 Step forward onto left. Turn ½ right & rock backward onto right.
31–32 Recover onto left. Step forward onto right.

FULL TURN SWEEP. REVERSE CROSS SHUFFLE. 1/4 FWD. FWD. 1/2 RIGHT. FWD (3:00)
33–34 Sweep left full turn left over two counts.
35&36 Step left to right side behind right, step right next to left, step left to right side.
37–38 Turn Ό right & step forward onto right (9). Step forward onto left.
39–40 Pivot ½ right (weight on right). Step forward onto left.

TAG: To be completed at the end of each 3:00 and 9:00 Walls
KICK. BRUSH. KICK. 3/4 RIGHT. WALK: RIGHT-LEFT. 1/2 RIGHT. FWD 1/4 LEFT.
1–2 Kick right forward. Swing/brush right to outside of left.
3–4 Kick right forward. Turn Ύ right – curling/tucking right behind left.
5–6 Step forward onto right. Step forward onto left.
7–8 Pivot ½ right (weight on right). Step forward onto left & turn Ό left (right foot off floor).

Dance Finish: Count 14 on the 8th wall - with the final ‘DooHoo’s’

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PostSubject: Re: DOOHOO: 40/4 Intermediate (music by Sugarland)   Tue 25 Nov 2008, 06:28

The smile just got a little bigger...

There is ONLY ONE dance done to a SUGARLAND track included in the listed 'must do' dances for the famous IRON LINER endurance competition (Austria 2009).
And the track is 'ALL I WANT TO DO'.... and the dance...

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