Julia Jackson - 27/09/2000
A lovely dance once mastered and I really like Doris Day.
Sue Green was saying that it is a shame about the end. A nice way round this is that on the fourth time through after dancing the side steps to right (21-26) - then dance side steps to the left (as 53-58) then STEP LEFT BESIDE RIGHT - STEP SIDE ON RIGHT (&1) Count 4 beats and STEP LEFT BESIDE RIGHT - STEP SIDE ON RIGHT (&1) (these than happen on the 'Perhaps' then for the last slow 'Perhaps' sway body so that weight ends up on left.
Hope Chris Kumne doesn't mind this suggestion.
Thanks for the dance
amy walker - 27/09/2000
I really like doing this dance.and I love the music
Kaz - 27/09/2000
Not really a line dance but good fun!!!!!!
Jean - 26/09/2000
Fun dance to do, like the attitude on the turns, you cant help smiling when doing this dance. My friends and I would like to see it become popular.
Sarah - 26/09/2000
Done this dance recently, fits to varity of music. Love the beginning - great to do different steps for a change. Well done to the choreographers - let's have some more
Linda - 26/09/2000
Very popular here in Bournemouth. We love it. Great fun. Well done Dot.
Linda - 26/09/2000
Brilliant and different. Not as hard to learn as it looks. We love it at my class in Bournemouth.Well done Bill for writing it and well done Pauline for teaching it. We hope it lasts a long time.Certainly one for the socials.
Debbie Chandler - 26/09/2000
This dance is going to be big. Elaine White of Starting Line dance club, Weymouth, taught this dance brilliantly and now it is the talk of the area. We love it!
Sally Hirst - 25/09/2000
Just one word 'Superb' - do it.
Jim Morgan - 25/09/2000
Come on Linedancer why has this not been published - we thought it was supposed to be by public demand - this is the most review dance with the most boots - we saw this dance yesterday in Dumfries when Robert did a great workshop - come on Robert is a top choreographer and his dances should be in the magazine.
Alan Graham - 25/09/2000
This is great - Robert did a workshop in Newcastle last week and tauight us this dance. We think that it is great and about time that RObert was in the linedancer. His dances are great. He taugh us 6 new dances all of which were great fun. Brill!
sally hirst - 25/09/2000
I missed the button for the boots too !!! sorry !!!
will add another 4 as I originally meant to give 5
alison fairley - 25/09/2000
Rob Fowler taught this recently at the London Classics.
Nice dance and definitely worth doing
Steven Jones - 24/09/2000
I taught this at my club recently on someone elses recommendation and it was very well received. It's a good dance popular with the younger dancers. Clever name too! All in good fun!
Stephen Paterson - 24/09/2000
It's excellent to see a New Zealand dance be published in the Linedancer magazine, and this is one that has certainly stood the test of time. This has been done all over New Zealand and is still a favourite in many areas. It's a neat dance which flows with the music, my choice of music is "Tequila Sunrise" by Alan Jackson, off the "Common Thread: The Songs Of The Eagles" album, a country flavour to a great Eagles song. Well done Rosaline, you've done New Zealand proud!