Uh Oh
Choreographed by Max Perry circa 2001
Description: 32 count, 4 wall, intermediate line dance
Music: Uh Oh by Joy Enriquez (32 count lead in at heavy beat)

PRESS & KICK, COASTER STEP, ¼ TURN, STEP, CROSSING SHUFFLE
1&2Step right forward with ball of foot pressing forward, shift weight back onto left foot, kick right forward
3&4Right back, step left next to right, step right forward (right coaster step)
5-6Step left forward & turn ¼ right, step right in place (facing 3:00)
7&8Cross left over right, step right to right side, cross step left over right

SIDE ROCK, SAILOR SHUFFLE, SAILOR SHUFFLE, ¾ PADDLE TURN LEFT
1-2Rock right to right side, step left in place
3&4Cross right behind left, step left to left side, step right in place
5&6Cross left behind right, step right to right side, step left in place
&7&8Bring right next to left with ball of foot, step left forward turning left, rock right side & slightly back of left with ball of foot, step left forward turning
This is a paddle turn curving a total of ¾ left - now facing 6:00 wall

STEP, TOUCH, STEP, KICK, STEP, TOUCH, STEP TOUCH, STEP KICK, BALL, CHANGE, KICK BALL, CHANGE
&1Step right forward, touch left behind right
&2Step left back kick right forward
&3Step right back, touch left next to right
&4Step left forward, touch right up to and behind left
&5&6Step right back, kick left forward, rock left back, step right in place (kick ball change)
7&8Kick left forward, rock left back, step right in place (kick ball change)

½ TURN RIGHT, LEFT SHUFFLE FORWARD, ½ TURN LEFT, ¾ SPIN LEFT WITH FIGURE 4
1-2Step left forward and turn ½ right, step right in place
3&4Left shuffle forward left, right, left
5-6Step right forward & turn ½ left, step left in place
7-8Spin additional ¾ to left with weight on left foot, right leg will be in a figure 4, front attitude, or hitched.
Dance ends with the right leg still in the air, then start over by stepping forward onto the right foot
Repeat Dance

Step Sheet Courtesy of LineDanceFun on the Internet at www.linedancefun.com
This dance is a Max Perry classic done in the UK ...shown to me by Julie and Neville at JG2 2006