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We also have three pre-choruses in our song. We will be playing some new chords and melodies to lead us into our chorus.

Our chord progression is ten bars long, and is the same all three times you hear it.

|| Bmin - Bmin A(add4) - G - G - D - D - A - A - D - D ||

We will arpeggiate our B mimor chord for a beat and a half before switching to our A(add4) chord on beat 3. We have some added stretching here to nail both the major 3rd and 4th in the chord.

When we get back G, playing the same shape as before, we will play the same melody as our previous sections but with a slight variation.

For the D chord, we will again play the same melody but again with just a slight variation.

For the two bars of G, we will arpeggiate the chord in a similar way adding in another great melody into the chord.

For the last two bars, our D chord will play a different melody which will lead us into our chorus.

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