Nuthin's Up
Choreographed by Lyndy
Description: 32 count, beginner partner/circle dance
Position: Sweetheart Position
Music: Up! by Shania Twain

1&2
3&4
5-6
7-8


9-10
11&12
13-14
15&16



17


18
19
20
21-22
23-24


25-26
27-28
29-30

31-32
KICK BALL WALKS, TOUCH & CROSSES
Right kick, step right next to left, walk forward left
Right kick, step right next to left, walk forward left
Touch right to right side slightly forward, step right across left
Touch left to left side slightly forward, step left across right

ROCK TURN, SHUFFLE, ROCK, COASTER
Rock forward on right, return weight onto left while pivoting turn to right
Shuffle right-left-right (now facing RLOD - lady now on man's left)
Rock forward left, return weight back onto right
Coaster left-right-left (step back on left, step right next to left, step forward left)

TURN LEFT, HOLD, SWIVEL LEFT, HOLD, SWIVEL RIGHT, SWIVEL LEFT, TURN LEFT, BRUSH
Bring your right leg (foot forward). As you do this, pivot turn left on left toe. Put right foot down.
Feet will be shoulder width apart, heels will be pointed to the right, right hip will move to the right, and majority of weight will be on right. Man is now behind the lady
Hold
Pivoting on toes, swivel heels & hips to the left
Hold
Pivoting on toes swivel heels right, pivoting on toes swivel heels left
Pivoting on both feet turn turn left (facing LOD), brush right forward

TWO SHUFFLES, TWO TURN PIVOTS
Shuffle forward right-left-right
Shuffle forward left-right-left
Step forward on right, turn to left while transferring weight onto left
(couple will break right hands and raise left hands. Man will pass under left hands)
Step forward on right, turn to left while transferring weight onto left
(lady will pass under left hands. Rejoin hands)

REPEAT

Dance starts when the music starts during the first line of the song. ("It's not as bad as it could be". - start dance at the word "be") When dancing to "Up!" by Shania, omit counts 29-32 ( turn pivots) on the 2nd and 4th cycle of the dance (the music will give the cue, it will be obvious). The whole dance should be repeated for the remainder of the song.