All Who Are Thirsty

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Song Info

Artist: Kutless
Album - Strong Tower
Composer: Brenton Brown
Meter: 3/4

Lyrics

Verse 1
All who are thirsty
All who are weak
Just come to the fountain
Dip your heart in the stream of life

Verse 2
Let the pain and the sorrow
Be washed away
In the waves of his mercy
As deep cries out to deep (we sing)

Chorus
Come Lord Jesus come...x4

Verses 1 & 2

Chorus 2
Holy Spirit come

Tag
As deep cries out to deep

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Notes

The song is originally by Brenton Brown, but the two versions are in different time signatures and so the dances are not interchangeable.

All Who Are Thirsty - Matt N

Formation: Circle
Level: Intermediate

Dance Steps

Intro
Begin Intro facing In
1-3: Three point CW turn to R (right arm up)
4-6: Coupe to R, lean left
1-3: Three point CW turn to R (right arm up)
4-6: Coupe to R, lean left
1-3: Right yemenite
4-6: Open left, cross behind right, open left
1-6: Coupe to L, three point turn CW to R, cross left over right
1-3: Three point CW turn to R (right arm up)
4-6: Coupe to R, lean left
1-3: Three point CW turn to R (right arm up)
4-6: Coupe to R, lean left
1-3: Two point turn CW to R, lifting high and bursting on the first step
4-6: Two point turn CW to R, lifting high and bursting on the first step, leave arms up
1-3: Step right, keep weight on right, being hands down from turn

Part A - Verse
Begin Part A facing In
4-6: Step left, coupe to L (All who are)
1-3: Step right and point left to L, raise left arm gently from right, ending by turning palm outward and gazing upward (Thirsty)
4-6: Three point turn CCW to L
1-3: Cross with right, hold
4-6: Back left yemenite (All who are)
1-3: Walk in right - as you walk, your right hand slowly brushes your brow (Weak)
4-6: Walk in left, turning slightly to face R (hand still brushing brow)
1-3: Step right to face out, looking down, hands down
4-6: Back left yemenite (Come to the)
1-3: Waltz forward r-l-r, arms bursting up as you look upwards (Fountain)
4-6: Waltz back l-r-l, arms down
1-3: Step right and pivot CW to face in, left foot and arms trailing to your left (arms trailing across your chest, palms up) (Dip your)
4-6: Left yemenite, place your right hand over your heart on the last step (Heart in the)
1-3: Open to the R with right, look right/up as you place your left hand on your heart as well (Streams)
4-6: Sway left, hands still on heart, and look up/left, step swiftly back onto right (Of)
1-3: Cross left over right and pivot on your left in one motion, turning a full turn CW as you point your right foot and extend, and burst with your arms (Life, let the)
4-6: Rock back on right, forward on left (Pain and the)
1-3: Lean deep into right, facing R and extending your hand as if seeking something, rock back onto left (Sorrow)
4-6: Cross behind with right, bringing your right hand over your eyes, open left
1-3: Cross with right and hold
4-6: Left yemenite (Be washed a-)
1-3: Step onto right, lift and point your left foot as you throw your arms overhead from right to left, hold, cross behind left (-way)
4-6: Open right, hold, cross left
1-3: Step right to face R, burst as you raise up onto right foot (In the)
4-6: Sway left, then right, to face out (Waves of His)
1-3: Cross left over right, hold, open right, throwing arms overhead from right to left (Mercy)
4-6: Cross behind left, hold, open right
1-3: Cross left, hold, open right, raising arms and pivoting slightly to face R
4-6: Step left to face in, hold, cross right and bring arms down to cross in front of you (As deep cries)
1-3: Walk to L left (left arm extends out of the circle) (Out)
4-6: Cross right, dip slightly as left arm comes down to meet right palm (To)
1-3: Walk to L left (left arm extends high of the circle) (Deep)
4-6: Coupe to L, arms down (We sing)

Part B - Chorus
Begin Part B facing Left
1-3: Facing L, step back on right, right arm arching up and over CCW (Come)
4-6: Cross behind left, hold, open right (Lord)
1-3: Coupe to the R, left arm right (Je-)
4-6: Three point turn CCW to L, left arm high (-sus)
1-3: Waltz to L r-l-r, arms extending out into the center (Come)
4-6: Pivot CW and waltz backwards to L l-r-l, with your palms never changing positions
1-3: Step back on right, two point CCW turn to L
4-6: Step left, coupe to L

Part C - Filler
Begin Part C facing Left
1-3: Waltz to Left r-l-r, arms extending out into the center (Won't You come)
4-6: Pivot CW and waltz backwards to L l-r-l, with your palms never changing positions
1-3: Waltz backwards r-l-r, arms extending out of the circle
4-6: Pivot CW and waltz forwards l-r-l, with your palms never changing positions
1-3: Waltz to Left r-l-r, arms extending out into the center
4-6: Pivot CW and waltz backwards to L l-r-l, with your palms never changing positions
1-3: Waltz backwards r-l-r, arms extending out of the circle
4-6: Pivot CW and face In, do a left yemenite (Won't You)
1-3: Right yemenite (Come)
4-6: Left yemenite
1-3: Two point CW turn to R, lifting high and bursting on the first step
4-6: Two point CW turn to R, lifting high and bursting on the first step
1-3: Lean right, left (right arm up) (Nothing but Your)
4-6: Chacha r-t-r to L (Will for me)
1-3: Lean left (left arm up), right (I am only)
4-6: Chacha l-t-l to R (Free when You)
1-3: Step right to R, raising right arm, palm in (Come)
4-6: Left yemenite
1-3: Two point CW turn to R, step right to R and raise right arm, palm in
4-6: Left yemenite
1-3: Right yemenite
4-6: Three point CCW turn to L
1-3: Waltz in r-l-r (burst)
4-6: Waltz back out l-r-l (arms down)
1-3: Three point CW turn to R
4-6: Cross left, open right, cross behind left
1-3: Three point CW turn to R
4-6: Waltz l-r-l to R
1-3: Lean right, left (right arm up) (Nothing but Your)
4-6: Chacha r-t-r to L (Will for me)
1-3: Lean left (left arm up), right (I am only)
4-6: Chacha l-t-l to R (Free when You

Part Ordering
Intro A BBBB A BBBB C BBBB

Dance History This dance came to me from the Lord very swiftly. I remember worshiping to this song when I was very young and still attended a Christian Church regularly, and this song was sung often. I hadn't heard it since, but when I stumbled across the song on the internet, I knew I had to get up and dance. The perfect dance came to me instantly, and the dance was finished before the song had even stopped playing. ~ Choreographer