|Dance Structure||Introduction + (A + B + C1 + C2) x 2.25 .|
|Music Structure||2 counts/bar. 4 bars/phrase.|
|Introduction||Wait 8 bars. 8 Russian Glides R starting F foot, end with L close to face centre. Part B.|
|Part A||(Forwards R, L, R, L touch heel close. (L side, R close heel touch), mirror. Mirror bar 1. Stamp (R, L, R) in place with bow, pause.) Mirror all outwards without bow.|
|Part B||No hold. (Syncopated (&a) R side heel turning 90 deg cw, L close to both flat, R stamp, L stamp.) x 4.|
|Part C1||Travelling R in (Forwards L, R, L, L close heel touch light stamp. Mirror.) x 3.5. Turn to face centre in stamp L, R, L. (R in place with L side touch toe, L side touch heel. Stamp L, R, L.), mirror.|
|Part C2||Part C1 mirrored.|
|Source||Maggie O'Regan (who learnt from Cherry Allen in London in 2015) at the 2015 Eastbourne International Folkdance Festival.|
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