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Music:                            "I Love You" by Faith Hill
Original Position:       Feet together, Weight on Left
Choreographer:           Justine Shuttleworth (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
Difficulty Rating:         Intermediate - 96 count - 2 wall dance

BEATS                  STEPS

1 - 3                         STEP FWD ON L, HOLD, HOLD
4 - 6                         STEP FWD ON R, HOLD, HOLD

1 - 3                         STEP FWD ON L, PIVOT 1/2 TURN R (WEIGHT ON R), STEP FWD ON L
4 - 6                         STEP FWD ON R, PIVOT 1/2 TURN L (WEIGHT ON L), STEP FWD ON R

1 - 3                         STEP A LARGE STEP TO L, DRAG R FOOT TOWARDS L FOR 2 BEATS
4 - 6                         TOUCH R TOE BEHIND L FOOT, HOLD, HOLD

1 - 3                         STEP A LARGE STEP TO R, DRAG L FOOT TOWARDS R FOR 2 BEATS
4 - 6                         TOUCH L TOE BEHIND R FOOT, HOLD, HOLD

1 - 3                         STEP FWD ON L FOOT, PIVOT 1/2 TURN R TAKING 2 BEATS TO TURN &
                                 KEEPING WEIGHT BACK ON L FOOT
4 - 6                         COASTER STEP: STEP BACK ON R, STEP L BESIDE R, STEP FWD ON R

1 - 3                         STEP FWD ON L TAKING 2 BEATS TO TURN STEP ON BALL OF L FOOT
                                 360 DEG R KEEPING R FOOT CLOSE TO THE GROUND
4 - 6                         STEP FWD ON R, STEP FWD ON L, STEP FWD ON R

1 - 3                         CROSS/STEP L OVER R, ROCK RO TO R, ROCK L IN PLACE (CENTRE)
4 - 6                         CROSS/STEP R OVER L, ROCK L TO L, ROCK R IN PLACE (CENTRE)

1 - 3                         CROSS/STEP L OVER R, ROCK R TO R, ROCK L IN PLACE (CENTRE)
4 - 6                         CROSS/STEP R OVER L, DRAG L TOE FROM BEHIND R IN AN ARC
                                 CLOCKWISE AROUND R FOOT CLOSE TO THE GROUND KEEPING ARC
                                 PATTERN GOING TURN 1/4 RIGHT

1 - 3                         ROCK FWD ON L, HOL, HOLD
4 - 6                         ROCK BACK ON R, KEEPING THE FOOT CLOSE TO THE GROUND SWING
                                 L LEG AROUND TO L SIDE, CONTINUE SWINGING L LEG AROUND & BEHIND
                                 R LEG

1 - 3                         STEP L BEHIND R, ROCK R TO R, ROCK REPLACE WEIGHT ONTO L
4 - 6                         STEP BACK ON R, SWING L LEG AROUND TO L SIDE, SWING L LEG BEHIND R
                                (AS PREVIOUSLY DONE)

1 - 6                         REPEAT LAST 6 BEATS

1 - 3                         STEP L FOOT BEHIND R, STEP R TO R, CROSS L OVER R
4 - 6                         STEP R TO R TURNING 1/4 L, STEP BACK ON L TURNING 1/2 L,
                                 STEP FWD ON R, (3/4 TURN L)

1 - 3                         STEP FWD ON L, STEP R BESIDE L, STEP L BESIDE R
4 - 6                         STEP BACK ON R, STEP BACK ON L TURNING 1/2 L, STEP FWD ON R

1 - 3                         STEP FWD ON L, STEP R BESIDE L, STEP L BESIDE R
4 - 6                         STEP A LARGE STEP BACK ON R, DRAG L HEEL BACK TOWARDS R FOR 2 BEATS

1 - 3                         *** TURN 1/4 L TO L *** ROCKING HIPS TO L SIDE, HOLD, HOLD
4 - 6                         ROCK HIPS TO R, HOLD, HOLD

1 - 3                         ROCK HIPS TO L, HOLD, HOLD
4 - 6                         TURNING 1 1/4 TURN R - STEP R TO R INTO 1/4 TURN R,
                                 STEP FWD ON L TURNING 1/2 R, STEP BACK ON R TURNING A FURTHER 1/2 R

                                START AGAIN

For this dance to best fit the music there is a small tag on the wall where you may complete the dance to *** and then add in the following beats:

1                               TURN 1/4 L AND STEP L TO L
2 - 3                         SWING HIPS L, SWING HIPS R
4 - 6                         SWING HIPS L, HOLD, HOLD

1 - 3                         HOLD, SWING HIPS R, SWING HIPS L
4 - 6                         SWING HIPS R, HOLD, HOLD

Then dance the dance from *** to the end and restart once again.

Choreographers Note: Although this dance may not exactly be done to waltz music I have written it down in counts of 3 so it is more widely understood.  The beats should read 1&a, 2&a, 3&a and so on, but I thought this might confuse some dancers.  The song I have chosen is extremely pretty and worth listening to.  I hope you enjoy it!!

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