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It'll Be All Right: Chorus

 

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So once again another really cool progression! You're gonna start on D,
then to A, then moving back to D, followed by an E.

Then there are some faster chord movements happening, take some time and really check this out!

So what's played is simply A to C# minor to D and then E; this is a classic progression, I-III-IV-V. Then you're gonna go back to D and E and finally end on A.

It's a really nice progression, very well written and leads in and out of a lot of interesting harmonies.

The second guitar plays almost exactly the same as the first one but whenever you end the chorus on A it does the little suspended notes in a very cool way, kind of like a call back to the intro.

Another great example of a really cool harmony change happens in the last chorus. You'll play a regular chorus and when you get to the tag part you're gonna repeat this once and then instead of going straight to A, you'll play G, D, then end on A.

This part also happens in the bridge. So a lot of cool chord changes to keep up with.
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