(PRWEB) April 25, 2014
Beth starts off this easy acoustic guitar lesson by explaining the chords that will be used for the song as follows: G, C, D, Bm (B minor), D7 and Em (E minor).
“There are three main chord patterns for this song,” says Norman. “The first chord pattern is the verse.”
Beth explains the verse chord progression in two parts as follows: pattern one, G, C, D, C and G. Beth explains the second chord progression for the verse as follows: G, C, D, C, D, C, Bm and D7. Next Beth goes over the chord progressions used for the chorus and once again she splits it into two parts. The first part of the chorus chord progression is as follows: C, G, Bm, C and D. The second part of the chorus chord progression is Em, Bm, C, D and D7. Beth says that up to this point that the song is in 4/4 timing and that the strumming pattern is down down up up down up, counted as 1 - 2 - & - 3 - 4 - &, but for the final section of the song, the bridge, the timing changes to ¾ timing and that the strumming is down down up down up down and counted as 1 - & - 2 - & - 3 - &. The chord progression for the bridge is as follows: Em, Bm, C, D, Em, Bm, C, D, G, C, G and D7. Complete chord charts and guitar TAB’s are available at SongTabs.com.
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