Here's another Line Dance Classic that's still fun to do after all these years.

The dance was originally choreographed to John Anderson's 1983 classic 'Swingin'.' However, the steps also flow to modern country hits from Luke Bryan and Trace Adkins.  Give it a try and enjoy this fun line dance classic.

SWINGIN’
Choreographer: Unknown
Music:Swingin’- John Anderson, Honky Tonk Badonkadonk- Trace Adkins, Country Girl Shake It For Me- Luke Bryan (Slow Teach: Tornado- Little Big Town)

1-4 STEP HOOKS
1. Step L Foot L
2. Hook R Behind L
3. Step R Foot R
4. Hook L Behind R

5-8 SWAY L-R-L, ¼ LEFT SCUFF
5. Step and Sway L
6. Sway R
7. Sway L and start turning L
8. Scuff R Foot while making a ¼ turn L (facing 6pm)

1-8 R VINE, L SCUFF, L VINE, R SCUFF
1-4 Right Vine, Left Scuff
5-8 Left Vine, Right Scuff

1-4 STEP SCUFFS FORWARD
1. Step R Forward
2. Scuff L Forward
3. Step L Forward
4. Scuff R Forward

5-8 STEP BACK, ¼ BACK TO THE RIGHT
5. Step R Back
6. Step L Back
7. Step R Back making a ¼ to the R (facing 9pm)
8. Touch L next to R

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