Formation: No partners, all dancers begin facing the same direction in loose lines.
Music: “Cupid Shuffle” sung by Bryson Bernard. Or another piece with a clear 32-count phrasing
Download RTF file: Cupid Shuffle
25-32 To right, Side, Close, three times and Side Touch;
1-8 – – – -; – Repeat to left;
9-16 – – – -; – – Four heel switches (or kicks);
17-24 – – Walk it round to left one-quarter;
25-32 – – – -; – To right Side Closes;
1-8 With right, step to the side, step on the left foot beside the right. Continue with side, close, side, close, side, touch (no weight).
9-16 To the left, repeat counts 1-8.
17-24 Touch floor ahead with right heel, then step on right foot. Repeat with left. Then repeat with right and with left again. Or these can be four kicks.
25-32 Beginning with the right, walk in place turning to the left one-quarter in eight steps.
Styling: Relax and feel the beat. Use arms and move hips in a natural way.
Choreography by: Bryson Bernard, an American singer from Lafayette, Louisiana
Source: Printed in CD Journal, March 2019. Dance written while writing the song.
Usage: This very simple line dance is intended to quickly get the crowd moving.
This page from http://dances.callerlab.org (CALLERLAB Dance Resource).