SKYE BOAT SONG (Outlander Theme)

Choreographer: Kirsi-Marja Vinberg

Music: Skye Boat Song (Outlander Theme) by The American Rogues

Counts: 48

Type: 1 wall easy line dance, suitable for seniors

 

STEP TO SIDE R, SLIDING CROSS KICK, STEP TO SIDE L, SLIDING CROSS KICK

1-3 step right foot to side, slide left foot and kick it across right (2-3)

4-6 step left foot to side, slide right foot and kick it across left (2-3)

 

CROSS STEP, TOUCH TOE TO SIDE, STEP BEHIND, TOUCH TOE TO SIDE

1-3 step right across left, touch left toe to side, hold

4-6 step left behind right foot, touch right toe to side

 

TWINKLES

1-3 step right across left, rock left foot to side, step right in place

4-6 step left across right, rock right foot to side, step left in place

 

CROSS STEP, SWAYING DIAGONAL PIVOT TURNING ¾ L

1-3 step right foot across left, turn ½ turn to left with swaying hips

4-6 change weight to the left foot in place, sway hips and turn ¼ more to left (5-6) facing 3 o´clock

 

FORWARD BASIC/ STEP WITH TAPS X 2

1-3 step right foot forward, left together, right in place/alternative: step right foot forward, tap left toe two times beside right foot

4-6 step left forward, right together, left in place turning  1/4 right/ alternative: step left forward, tap right toe two times beside left foot, on left foot turn ¼ right (facing 6 o´clock)

 

WALTZ BASIC FORWARD X 2/ STEP WITH TAPS X 2

1-3 step right foot forward, left together, right in place/alternative same as above

4-6 step left forward, right together, left in place/ alternative same as above

 

STEP TO SIDE R, SLIDING CROSS KICK, STEP TO L SIDE, SLIDING CROSS KICK

1-3 step right to side, slide left foot and kick it across right (2-3)

4-6 step left to side, slide right foot and kick it across left (5-6)

 

STEP TO R SIDE WITH ½ TURN L, STEP TO L SIDE, SLIDING CROSS KICK

1-3 step right to side, turn ½ to right with left foot near right foot (2-3)

4-6 step left foot to side, slide right foot and kick it across left

 

Repeat

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