What Would You Say ~ Hurricane Smith

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Published on: February 8, 2013
No no…not *this* Hurricane Smith…the other one…

Honestly…how can a movie sing?

THIS is the Hurrican Smith I was talking about…

He’s also known as Norman Smith…

Now…if you want to know what he has in common with The Beatles and Pink Floyd, click on the audio below…

What Would You Say – Hurricane Smith

This one even provides the lyrics…sing along!

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When we were kids, we learned how to dance a simple “Box step”…it does comes in handy once in a while like for when I wanted to dance with one of the kids when they were little (and portable) and today when I want to dance with one of the cats…

How about some classic Ballroom dancing…? (And perhaps in time for Valentines Day!)

Beween you and me…my rabbit hates to be dipped…

Want to learn how to do the waltz…?

My thanks to the folks at eHow.com for providing the “step-by-step” steps:

The Leader’s Waltz Steps
1 Step forward with the left foot.

2 With the right foot, step sideways to the right.

3 On the count of one, place the left foot beside the right foot.

4 Take a step backwards with the right foot.

5 With the left foot, step back sideways. Finally, bring your right foot next to your left foot and repeat the steps.

Now…if you’re the one facing backwards…these steps are for you:

The Follower’s Waltz Steps
6 Step forward with the right foot.

7 With the left foot, step sideways to the left.

8 Place the right foot beside the left foot.

9 Take a step backwards with the left foot.

10 With the right foot, step back sideways. Finally, bring your left foot next to your right foot and repeat the steps.

Read more: Basic Waltz Dance Steps | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_6754719_basic-waltz-dance-steps.html#ixzz2KIm8lPaO

And when it’s all put together…?

Ok yeah…we wont look like that…but the song’s sung in freakin’ Japanese – how COOL is that???

What Would You Say - Hurricane Smith

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