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Swing, Swing

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Both of verses of "Swing, Swing" are the same, and feature a single guitar part that plays a stagnant chord over the chord changes. This is a great way to play something simple that is very effective, and sounds great in a song like this. Here are some key points to help you play this great sounding easy guitar part. Remember, rhythm is key!

1. The verses only have one guitar playing a G major triad on the G, B, and E strings in second inversion.

2. This is voiced D, G, B.

3. This section is 8 bars long, and the rhythm is the same as intro; playing on the downbeat of 2 with an additional eighth note, and than a quarter note hit on beat 4.

4. The same chord is played over all four chords of the verse: G, D/F#, E minor, C(add2).
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