|Formation||Line in fortress hold, shoulder hold or W-hold.|
|Dance Structure||(A + B + C) repeated throughout the music.|
|Music Structure||5 counts/bar, 2 bars/phrase.|
|Part A||Jump R staccato, L across infront, jump R staccato, L lift across infront, pause x 2. Repeat counts 3-4& in mirror image, R in with L close lift, L back with R close lift staccato, pause x 2.|
|Part B||Jump R staccato, L lift across infront, L to the side, R lift infront & to beside L knee, pause x 2. R in with L close lift, R back with L close lift, jump R in onto both feet staccato, L back with R close lift staccato, pause x 2.|
|Part C||As Part A bar 1 but L lift becomes kick across infront R staccato. Mirror stance, R to beside L knee, as 2nd half of Part B.|
|Ending||Ends at end of a Part B. Jump to both feet apart staccato.|
|Source||Genci Kastrati at the 2015 Zomerfestival in Zevenhuizen, Netherlands.|
|Date||Written 2017/6/5 - 2017/6/10. Proofreading corrections 2017/9/6 & 2017/11/5.|
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