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Head for the Other Side: Chorus

 

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The chorus builds the arrangement with a combination of open chord strums and melodic riffing. This is a more relaxed approach using alternating strums. This is a medium dynamic, as we are building from the softer sound of the verse section.

Note how the first chorus ends off with a few extra bars of D and E before leading back into the verse. This is a clever way to get back to the A chord that starts off the verse progression. The second and third choruses do not use these extra bars, and transition straight into the next sections.
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