Sweetheart Schottische
Choreographed by Unknown

Description: 26 count couples dance
Alias: Southern Country Schottische

Position: Promenade position, Both facing line of dance; lady standing on the gentleman's right side; each will have heels together; his left hand will hold her left hand either in front of his left shoulder, in front of and slightly higher than his waist, or in front of the lady's left shoulder; his right arm will reach behind the lady and hold her right hand in his right hand slightly to the right of her right shoulder
Music: T-R-O-U-B-L-E by Travis Tritt
Great Balls Of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis
Dumas Walker by Kentucky Headhunters
Born To Boogie by Hank Williams Jr.
South's Gonna Do It Again by Charlie Daniels
Small Town Saturday Night by Hal Ketchum
Letter To You by Eddy Raven
Honky Tonk Crowd by Rick Trevino
Trouble On The Line by Sawyer Brown

MODIFIED VINE TO THE LEFT
1 Left foot step to the left
2 Right foot step behind left leg to the left
3 Left foot step to the left
4 Right foot scuff forward beside left foot

GENTLEMAN'S STEPS FOR BEATS 5-16
MODIFIED VINE TO THE RIGHT
5 Right foot step to the right-gentleman's raises left hands higher than the lady's head so she can turn underneath
6 Left foot step behind right leg to the right-left hands are passing over her head and ready to be brought down
7 Right foot step to the right-left hands are brought down to waist height and the arms will be crossed
8 Left foot scuff forward beside right foot-arms are kept at waist height and fully extended

MODIFIED VINE TO THE LEFT
9 Left foot step to the left-gentleman's raises left hands higher than the lady's head so she can turn underneath
10 Right foot step behind left leg to the left-left and right hands are now raised as the lady has passed under the left hands and is ready to turn under the right hands
11 Left foot step to the left-left and right hands are brought down to waist height and the arms will be crossed
12 Right foot scuff forward beside left foot-arms are kept at waist height and fully extended

13 Right foot step forward-drop left hands, right hands are raised over lady's head for her turn
14 Left foot step forward
15 Right foot step forward
16 Left foot scuff forward beside right foot - re-grasp left hands in promenade position

LADY'S STEPS FOR BEATS 5-16
TURN TO THE RIGHT
5 Right foot step forward in front of left leg to the left-gentleman's raises left hands higher than the lady's head so she can turn underneath
6 Left foot step to the left turn to the right. Left hands are passing over her head and ready to be brought down
7 Right foot step to close to left foot turn to the right. Left hands are brought down to waist height and the arms will be crossed
8 Left foot scuff forward beside right foot-arms are kept at waist height and fully extended-lady faces reverse line of dance

FULL TURN TO THE LEFT
9 Left foot step left turn to the left. Gentleman's raises left hands higher than the lady's head so she can turn underneath
10 Right foot step turn to the left. Left and right hands are now raised as the lady has passed under the left hands and is ready to turn under the right hands
11 Left foot step to the left. Left and right hands are brought down to waist height and the arms will be crossed
12 Right foot scuff forward beside left foot-arms are kept at waist height and fully extended-lady faces reverse line of dance

1 TURN TO THE RIGHT
13 Right foot step forward turn to the right. Drop left hands, right hands are raised over lady's head for turning
14 Left foot step forward turn to the right
15 Right foot step forward turn to the right
16 Left foot scuff forward beside right foot. Re-grasp left hands in promenade position

STANDARD STEPS FOR GENTLEMAN AND LADY ARE IDENTICAL.
17 Left foot step forward
18 Right foot scuff forward beside left foot
19 Right foot step forward
20 Left foot scuff forward beside right foot

21 Left foot step backward
22 Right foot step backward
23 Left foot step backward
24 Right foot scuff forward beside left foot

25 Right foot step right
26 Left foot scuff forward beside right foot

REPEAT