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Now we are ready for the verse of our song, which is played four times throughout the track helping navigate the lyrics and melodies. This same progression is also played under the guitar solo. We are playing some barre chords, with the focus being on the top notes which we will play on 2 and 4. It's played the same way every time the verse comes around.

For the remaining verses of the song, we will be playing the same part. Using barre chord shapes, we will play the lowed part of each chord on the downbeat while playing the upper parts of the chords on 2 & 4. You can even add in some slight strumming if you want. The chord progression is:

|| G - D7 - G - C - G D7 - C D7 - G C - G D7 ||

You can either just hit on the downbeat, and play the upper parts of the chords on the up-beat or strum a little bit. The guitar is more in the background in this song and acts as a rhythmic element, so don't play too busy! It's key to suit the song and accompany the singer.

For the single guitar performance, you will play this part the same way with open chords. You can just let them ring, or use some slight strumming. It's up to you, again just stay true to the song.
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