Folk Rock Style #1

by Alejandro Pinero

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  • Hi and welcome again!!

    Today we have a song inspired by a different rock bands.
    The tune of the first part of the song is G, then the tune changing to D.
    In the intro we have the first bar in 4/4 and the second bar is in 6/4, then all the song is in 4/4.
    Like I said before the tune of the first part is G major, in bar ten appear A, (secondary dominant of the fifth chord of G.) to change the tune in the verse.

    Intro: D

    Verse: Em, Em, D, Em, Em, D, G, A, G, A

    Chorus: D, A, Em, G.

    Then we have a little bridge with the next chords; Em, D, G, A to go back to the chorus.

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