"Hold me in your arms" What dance goes with this song?

Steve Pastor

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Staff member
#3
If anyone wants to give a listen...
http://www.cmt.com/artists/az/paisley_brad/347819/album.jhtml

Waltz is the only type of song that I can think of that also pretty much tells you what dance to do.
Yes, you can do swing to this song.
(We have a relatively new to our place young couple who does Lindy Hop to darn near every Country Western song that they play. I get the distinct impression that it's one of the few dances they know. The young woman does WCS, too, so maybe its the guy who only knows Lindy.)
Anyhow, at a CW place you could easily do two step to this one (at least a CW place in the West). The "count" is the same as ECS, you just do it progressive instead of in place. WCS or "triple two", or Fort Worth shuffle also have the same basic steps (with Fort Worth starting on the man's RIght foot!). You "just" do WCS in a slot, and the other two dances are progressive.
I had one partner with whom I would always switch back and forth from two step to ECS depending on which section of the song we were in.
 

kayak

Active Member
#4
I agree with Steve that there are lots of options, but most people in my area dance 2-step to this song. There are a few that prefer polka/triple-triple.
 
#5
My partner and I dance an easy paced two step or double two/triple two to this song. We prefer the triple two with the rhythm of this song.
 
#7
:uplaugh:Lol Vince, the possibility of that song coming up in a twostep competition is about as likely as the sasquatch body in the freezer being real!!!!!!
 

kayak

Active Member
#8
Our local club played that song last night and triple 2-step did work well with it. I just don't tend to find many ladies that know that dance. So it is really hit and miss when I get to dance it.
 

jmw85

New Member
#9
What dance goes with this song? Brad Paisley ~ Hold me in your arms
For those who Line Dance, there are 3 choreographed Line Dances to this song:

Dusty County, a 32 count, 4 wall Improver Line Dance choreographed by Ray Busque

See How It Feels, a 64 count 2 wall Improver Line Dance choreographed by Jason Drake.

Stop Look and Listen!, a 64 count 4 wall Intermediate Line Dance choreographed by Peter Metelnick & Alison Biggs.

All dance scripts can be found on the Linedancer Magazine website or probably on Kick It.
 

RichE

New Member
#10
If anyone wants to give a listen...
http://www.cmt.com/artists/az/paisley_brad/347819/album.jhtml

Waltz is the only type of song that I can think of that also pretty much tells you what dance to do.
Yes, you can do swing to this song.
(We have a relatively new to our place young couple who does Lindy Hop to darn near every Country Western song that they play. I get the distinct impression that it's one of the few dances they know. The young woman does WCS, too, so maybe its the guy who only knows Lindy.)
Anyhow, at a CW place you could easily do two step to this one (at least a CW place in the West). The "count" is the same as ECS, you just do it progressive instead of in place. WCS or "triple two", or Fort Worth shuffle also have the same basic steps (with Fort Worth starting on the man's RIght foot!). You "just" do WCS in a slot, and the other two dances are progressive.
I had one partner with whom I would always switch back and forth from two step to ECS depending on which section of the song we were in.
Starting with the man's right foot is how they do the Fort Worth Shuffle in Oklahoma. In Fort Worth the man starts with his left foot.

That song feels like a polka. I'd do a triple-2.
 

pygmalion

Well-Known Member
#15
For those who Line Dance, there are 3 choreographed Line Dances to this song:

Dusty County, a 32 count, 4 wall Improver Line Dance choreographed by Ray Busque

See How It Feels, a 64 count 2 wall Improver Line Dance choreographed by Jason Drake.

Stop Look and Listen!, a 64 count 4 wall Intermediate Line Dance choreographed by Peter Metelnick & Alison Biggs.

All dance scripts can be found on the Linedancer Magazine website or probably on Kick It.

I know jmw is not here anymore, but what is an improver line dance? Anybody know? Sounds like a level between beginner and intermediate.
 

Vince A

Active Member
#17
Don't know about the line dance, but "Hold Me . . . ." is too fast for a Triple 2 . . . more a triple step, triple step, rock step - a really slow ECS . . . still sticking with my answer from 2008 . . . sorta . . .
 

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