Beginner chord progressions – lesson 9

In the ninth part of the lesson series on beginner level it's time to play something that remains of a whole song with verse and chorus parts. As a theoretical digression it can be pointed out that the chorus in the example starts with the IV chord in the key, which is a common procedure in songs. This knowledge can help the memorizing of chord progressions in songs.

Progression:
C | G | Am | Em
C | G | Am | E7
F | G | C | Am
F | G | C | C

1st bar | 2nd bar | 3rd bar | 4th bar etc
verse: bar 1-8, chorus: bar 9-16


Repeats: 2 times
BPM: 120
Time signature: 4/4


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Chord diagrams

C

  • C chord diagram X32010

G

  • G chord diagram 320003

Am

  • Am chord diagram X02210

Em

  • Em chord diagram 022000

E7

  • E7 chord diagram 020100

F

  • F chord diagram XX3211




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